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BH346
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RE: The Airport That Time Forgot

Sat Jun 10, 2000 1:12 am

In Wichita, Kansas/ICT, we get 737's(Not sure what type) to O'Hare. Pretty big, huh?

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deltairlines
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RE: Largest Scheduled Airliner At Your Airport

Sat Jun 10, 2000 4:16 am

At BOS, we get 747s from BA, KE, and LH, and occasionally NW. We have a large selection in BOS though...everything from the Cessna 402 to 747 for commercial services.
At MHT, the largest planes are FedEx A310s and UPS 767-300Fs. The largest passenger plane is UAs 757, 727s, and COs MD-80s. On the other end of the spectrum is the Saab 340.

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RE: Largest Scheduled Airliner At Your Airport

Sat Jun 10, 2000 6:07 am

DFW (althought no longer my home airport   )

744 - Korean, JAL
MD11 - JAL, AA
777 - BA, AA
A330 - Sabena?(maybe an A340)
A340 - Lufthansa
L1011 - DL
767's - DL, AA

Formally at one time DFW has had

NW 747-200 to LA, Thai 747, ANZ 747, Braniff 747, AA 747SP, Braniff Concorde, even the Space Shuttle
 
redngold
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RE: Largest Scheduled Airliner At Your Airport

Sat Jun 10, 2000 9:14 am

At CLE (Cleveland Hopkins International Airport)

Fed Ex A-300

Continental, United 757s

We used to get a DC-10 in every evening and I have an unconfirmed (by my own eyes) report that the DC-10 has been moved to United's morning run CLE-ORD.

Sometimes American Trans Air brings in an L-1011.
Up, up and away!
 
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Lufthansa747

Mon Jun 12, 2000 2:37 am

Actually, it's no longer the Polar 741/742, but Atlas Air 747-400F that's the largest in EFHK. Atlas flies on behalf of BA Cargo to Japan.

A slight difference, granted, but still...  

- Hagi
 
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RE: Largest Scheduled Airliner At Your Airport

Mon Jun 12, 2000 4:34 am

Consider yourselves lucky......
In Yellowknife our Largest Carrier, First Air flies the 737-200Combi to Edmonton and the occassonal 727-200 or 100!
The biggest carrier flies a huge fleet of DC-3 and DC-4 as well as the norths water bombers.
On the occassion cause we are so far north we get the airplanes flying over us with problems land. We've had UAL 777, Virgin 747, 2 Martinair 767s, US air force C-5A galaxy and a few more, thats our excitment. For those of you who like the oldies we have those! DC-4's DC-3's, beavers, otters, turbo otters, twin otters, caribous to name a few.
 
UNDpilot
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RE: Largest Scheduled Airliner At Your Airport

Mon Jun 12, 2000 9:24 am

Here in SEA our biggest boys are mostly withn int'l flights and carriers:
BA: depends on season, 742, 744, or 777: London
UA: 744, 777,767: orient, not quite sure which city
NW: 742, DC-10: many locations, Amsterdam, Orient
AA: MD-11, 777: Orient
Eva: 744: Taipai
Asiana: 744: Seoul
Aeroflot: Il-96, 767: Moscow
China Eastern: MD-11: Beijing?
SAS: 767: Copenhagen
Cargoflug 744: ?
AMC: 747, L1011: Various military bases in tyhe orient
Then there are cargo that fly, 747s, A300s, MD-11s
 
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RE: Largest Scheduled Airliner At Your Airport

Mon Jun 12, 2000 10:22 am

At YWG the Largest plane to land and depart here is AN-124. with the German Airforce. They do lots of trainning up here in YWG... I can say that Canada 3000 doers fly A330's during a seasonal basis. They do a YYZ-YWG-HNL route. Royal flys in 310's and Air Transat now flies in 757 on 2 days during the week. Also Air Canada and Canadian fly in 320's on a daily bases.. The odd time AC will fly a 767-200 on the YWG-YYZ route. AC flys in CRJ's and BAE-146 to the USA and Northwest flys in DC-9's from MSP, Soon to be 6 flights daily. Also westjet uses 737-200's into YWG on a daily bases. Right now Westjet is the major airline that has alot of Growth in YWG.. I can predict Westjet may develop a minihub through Winnipeg International Airport. I am guessing in about 5 years time.. In Augest Canjet will fly 737-200's and in November Roots Air(a partner of Skyservice ) will fly in A320's, and A330's. In clusion Lots of planes to see in YWG.
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RE: Largest Scheduled Airliner At Your Airport

Mon Jun 12, 2000 10:37 am

Largest scheduled airliner into Bimini, Bah.(my home) is currently Grumman G73 turboprop Mallards with 17 seats.
 
stuarts8
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RE: Largest Scheduled Airliner At Your Airport

Mon Jun 12, 2000 11:12 am

At Auckland We get a large number of operators with 747`s.Qantas, Air NewZealand, United, Thai
Thai also sometimes sends in an MD11.
Then there are theA340`s.Singapore and Aerolineas Argentineas.
Polar Air Cargo pops in Occasionally andalso Japan Airlines who also send an MD11.
In addition Cathay Pacific sends a 747 and Eva Air sends a 767 as do Qantas, Air New Zealand, Air Pacific and one or 2 others.
the Tahitian Airline is starting up a shared service with Qantas using its A340 one day and Qantas will do the service another day using a 767. This starts mid
June.
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RE: Largest Scheduled Airliner At Your Airport

Mon Jun 12, 2000 11:29 am

I'll answer for the YYZ crowd:
Air Canada - 747-400
KLM - 747-300, sometimes -400
Air India - I've seen all types of 747s
Korean - 747-400, I've seen SP,-300 & 777
Cathay Pacific - 747-400, but mostly A340 now
Air China - 747-400, in past also SP
Pakistan Int'l - 747-300
Alitalia - 747-200
Lufthansa - 747-400, sometimes -200, but seems mostly A340
British Airways - 747-200, seen -400, 777
Air France - sometimes 747-200, mostly A340
Canadian - 747-400
And occasionally there's an AN-124(I'm not quite sure who it belongs to!)
Anything else perhaps the other guys can add!!
SO, obviously, it's the 747!!

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