The Canadian Maritimes are populated with numerous airports that are used on a daily basis to support NAT traffic. Gander, and Goosebay are just a couple of examples.
JAGflyer wrote:Gander, Goose Bay, and St. John's are probably the only three that would meet ETOPS criteria. The other airports are small with minimal infrastructure and short runways.
JAGflyer wrote:Part of using an airport as an en-route ETOPs alternate is the need for the airport to be able to handle your aircraft's passenger capacity as well as have accommodation in the terminal/hotels for that amount of passengers.
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