|Quoting LY777 (Thread starter):|
I was wondering which were the longest 737-200 routes?
|Quoting BravoOne (Reply 13):|
Where did you come up with that designation and what was the difference between a standard -300 and a -300LR?
|Quoting rutankrd (Reply 9):|
Braathens SAFE used to do some pretty long sectored charters
|Quoting MSYtristar (Reply 14):|
That was an internal US designation for the 733's with auxiliary fuel tanks.
|Quoting MSYtristar (Reply 7):|
UA flew them on MSY-SFO in the early 90's
|Quoting pwm2txlhopper (Reply 8):|
The original "USair" flew 732s between PHL and the west coast during the late 1980s-early 1999s.
|Quoting longhauler (Reply 25):|
The longest I personally flew was YUL-YVR, it was scheduled as 5:45 gate to gate.
1994 nm, 2295 sm or 3693 km.
It was flown with a B737-217ADV with -17R engines, and a MTOW of 128,100 lbs. This particular aircraft type in the fleet had one additional fuel tank, bringing the total fuel capacity to just over 39,000 lbs. Policy at the time was that an alternate was always carried, so likely in this case it was YYJ.
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