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CO EWR-TLV-EWR Aircraft Scheduling Question

Wed Aug 09, 2006 2:20 pm

I was just thinking of SA)">CO's 84/85 flights and a question came up in my mind about the scheduling details.
I mostly care to know about SA)">CO 84 and SA)">CO 85 and if known, about SA)">CO 90 and SA)">CO 91.
Anyway, this question is assuming that both flights arrive and depart on time.
SA)">CO 84 is scheduled to arrive in TLV at 9:30A.M. (local Israel time).
SA)">CO 85 is scheduled to depart TLV at 11:30A.M. (local Israel time).
I guess what my question is, is that SAME aircraft that landed as SA)">CO 84 used, just two hours later (that same day), as SA)">CO 85 to return back to EWR?
Or are there multiple T7's on the ground in TLV for more than just a few hours, waiting to return to EWR?

Also, same idea, but just a little reversed.
Which aircraft is used for SA)">CO 84 (scheduled to depart EWR at 4:05P.M. EST) to TLV?... Could it be the same aircraft that flew as SA)">CO 91 (scheduled to arrive EWR at 4:45A.M EST), that returned from TLV earlier in the morning (that same day)?

Thanks a lot.

-MIKE@JFK
"You Know Dam Right!! & - Winds are 060 at 8, 4 Left, cleared to go."
 
RandyWaldron
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RE: CO EWR-TLV-EWR Aircraft Scheduling Question

Wed Aug 09, 2006 2:34 pm

Hi Mike,

In response to your question: the aircraft is effectively flown out of Newark on a Tel Aviv turn. It will arrive in TLV, where the passengers and cargo will be offloaded. Then, the aircraft will be readied for its scheduled departure for Newark.

CO84-EWR/TLV turns into CO85 TLV/EWR
CO90 EWR/TLV turns into CO91 TLV/EWR

Each aircraft spends a just a few hours on the ground before returning to Newark.
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T7ILS13LatJFK
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RE: CO EWR-TLV-EWR Aircraft Scheduling Question

Wed Aug 09, 2006 3:09 pm

Thanks a lot for that information Randy.

As for the start of the flight at EWR (to TLV)...Which aircraft are used...
For example: Is CO 84 flown on the aircraft that arrived as CO 91 earlier in the morning?... Or is it a totally random T7 that is just "sitting" at EWR?

Thanks again.

-MIKE@JFK
"You Know Dam Right!! & - Winds are 060 at 8, 4 Left, cleared to go."

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