O/T anyone know owt abart planes?

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    thetykester Well-Known Member

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    Explain this then

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    thetykester Well-Known Member

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    Forget it, after a bit of research it's possible :rolleyes:
     
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    What were you getting at? Long flight for an A319?

    Just amateur interest
     
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    Yes mate, didn't know they could fly that far.
     
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    Was it flying g to Barbados? Trinidad would be too far I'd imagine and Granada would be a push
     
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    British Airways used an A319 on the business London to New York route for years.
    Less luggage, less passengers and a large fuel load this sort of journey is well within the A319s capabilities.
    The new A321neo will be on many of the transatlantic routes replacing the aging 757s
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