113312 wrote:Probably could. There are more than one reclear points so range and divert opportunities exist. Three engines overwater was not uncommon. I operated many charter flights with both 727-100 and -200 aircraft over comparable routes with standard tankage.
timz wrote:It seems AA started DFW-SJU in 1982
I'll check -- probably a 727?
Dalmd88 wrote:So I see the -200 Advanced had the range. Was this with the use of the optional cargo bladder tanks or could it do it with just the regular fuel tanks? How much range could these tanks add to the plane. I remember DL had a couple of airframes that had the Aft Cargo tank installed and I know the Fwd Cargo had the ability in those aircraft, but we operated with out the tanks installed.
GalaxyFlyer wrote:That sounds right, EA had some planes with 54,000-ish max fuel.
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