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Vc Ten
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A300 routes

Post by Vc Ten »

Been looking at the Airbus A300 routes, with the prospect of expanding them a bit
They look to be based on Monarch schedules
I've identified several more Monarch routes (only looked at Egcc initially)
I will add them in if that's ok
Not sure why the routes from the hubs have particular aircraft assigned ? Was this to stop them migrating from their home base?
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Re: A300 routes

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I have no idea why they have ac assigned either, feel free to remove that, and no problem adding more routes. Think Laker also used the A300 if you want to research those also.
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Re: A300 routes

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They were and continue to be used by DHL in Europe for freight. Certainly EGPH, EGAA to East Midlands and on to Brussels I think it was before relocating to Leipzig.
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They were and continue to be used by DHL in Europe for freight. Certainly EGPH, EGAA to East Midlands and on to Brussels I think it was before relocating to Leipzig
. I often watch these and other cargo flights in the evenings and night on FR24. BTW last night the inbounds from Cincinatti and Philadelphia(UPS) to East Mids were diverting to Edinburgh Stansted and Shannon. I assume EGNX was closed due to snow. *-) EricT
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