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Re: biggest airport all-Boeing or all-Airbus?

Tue Oct 04, 2016 11:38 pm

Yflyer wrote:
timz wrote:
nkops wrote:
Currently, ACY is all 319,320, and 321's.. excluding charters...
Probably not the biggest though
Guess you mean ACY has no scheduled Boeings, but it does have other non-Airbus scheduled airliners.


Unless Wikipedia is wrong, it looks like Spirit is the only scheduled airline at ACY, and they are all Airbus. I too thought surely someone else must fly there with RJs or something (I'm 99% sure Delta Connection used to do ACY-ATL), but apparently not anymore.

Nobody can find an actual all-Boeing or all-Airbus airport?


It's going to be really difficult. Any airport big enough to get mainline flights is most likely going to be served by multiple airlines, which means more than likely some airlines will send Boeings there and some will send Airbuses and some will send both. Even if we consider airports that are just big enough to only have mainline flights on one airline, they'll more likely than not have regional flights on others. ACY seems to be a notable exception. And like someone already mentioned there are probably some airports in Europe that are only served by Ryanair, so that's probably the best bet for all-Boeing airports.


DL operated CVG-ACY alone until 2005, when they also added MCO and ATL, all were RJ flights, which all ended in the 2007-2008 range.
 
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Re: What's the biggest airport that is either all-Boeing or all-Airbus?

Tue Oct 04, 2016 11:56 pm

Can anybody here read? It says *ALL* Airbus or Boeing, which is 100%

Love all the like - "how about Dallas Love Field? It's mostly Southwest" answers. Oy.
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nzrich
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Re: What's the biggest airport that is either all-Boeing or all-Airbus?

Wed Oct 05, 2016 12:57 am

benjjk wrote:
Canberra (YSCB) in Australia has about 3.5 million pax/year, 821 weekly scheduled flights, not one of them on an Airbus.

However quite a few Embraer and ATRs make up that number so it's not all Boeing.


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