ANR 15/07/2017 A320

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ANR 15/07/2017 A320

Post by deurne » 15 Jul 2017, 10:51

eta 21:00 etd 22:00 (Aegean A3-4011 to Athens)

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Re: ANR 15 juli 2017 A320

Post by DIBO » 15 Jul 2017, 11:48

Wow, that's a real first!
I hope many camera lenses will be waiting...

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Re: ANR 15/07/2017 A320

Post by tangolima » 15 Jul 2017, 16:30

Hello

xxxx-1905 C56X OKAST
2140-2210 AEE A320 SXDVI

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Re: ANR 15/07/2017 A320

Post by sn26567 » 15 Jul 2017, 17:16

How many pax will be allowed on that flight in ANR?
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Re: ANR 15/07/2017 A320

Post by deurne » 15 Jul 2017, 18:31

Zero passengers in.
Plane is coming to pick up football team
( about 60 passengers )
arrivel time back 21 u
so follow flight tracker for correct time info

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Post by TheFlyingSultan » 15 Jul 2017, 20:17

Any idea what runway will be used? The JAF took off from 11 this afternoon.
I will go and film!
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Post by luchtzak » 15 Jul 2017, 20:31

In the dusk/dark?

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Post by tangolima » 15 Jul 2017, 21:10

Hello

ETA 2149LOC of the Aegean A320

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Re: ANR 15/07/2017 A320

Post by TheFlyingSultan » 15 Jul 2017, 22:45

A video of the landing is posted in the 'movies' section :)
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Post by luchtzak » 15 Jul 2017, 23:22

TheFlyingSultan wrote:
15 Jul 2017, 22:45
A video of the landing is posted in the 'movies' section :)
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Re: ANR 15/07/2017 A320

Post by PttU » 17 Jul 2017, 23:37

Aegean also has an A319 in their fleet. Just wondering: why didn't they use the A319 in stead of the A320? For only 60 passengers the A319 is big enough, and I would guess the A319 has shorter runway requirements compared to the A320?

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Re: ANR 15/07/2017 A320

Post by CTBke » 17 Jul 2017, 23:49

PttU wrote:
17 Jul 2017, 23:37
Aegean also has an A319 in their fleet. Just wondering: why didn't they use the A319 in stead of the A320? For only 60 passengers the A319 is big enough, and I would guess the A319 has shorter runway requirements compared to the A320?
seems SX-DGF (A319) is mostly based at Kalamata airport and flies to France, Russia, Germany and if they would swap that one for the A320 it could have been over capacity on those routes .. But hey the customer pays for the plane so they definitely made money out of it
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Re: ANR 15/07/2017 A320

Post by PttU » 17 Jul 2017, 23:55

CTBke wrote:
17 Jul 2017, 23:49
PttU wrote:
17 Jul 2017, 23:37
Aegean also has an A319 in their fleet. Just wondering: why didn't they use the A319 in stead of the A320? For only 60 passengers the A319 is big enough, and I would guess the A319 has shorter runway requirements compared to the A320?
seems SX-DGF (A319) is mostly based at Kalamata airport and flies to France, Russia, Germany and if they would swap that one for the A320 it could have been over capacity on those routes .. But hey the customer pays for the plane so they definitely made money out of it
But given the shorter runway requirements it might have been safer? Or is there only a small difference between an A319 and A320?

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Re: ANR 15/07/2017 A320

Post by CTBke » 18 Jul 2017, 00:32

even before a 757-200 could land safely as well as the MD82 back in the days ... ;)
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Re: ANR 15/07/2017 A320

Post by Konus » 18 Jul 2017, 08:29

In the 1960s a Sabena B727-200 came to ANR.

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Re: ANR 15/07/2017 A320

Post by YYZ727 » 18 Jul 2017, 08:53

Wasn't that the 727-100 ? As far as i know SN did't fly -200's.

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Re: ANR 15/07/2017 A320

Post by DIBO » 18 Jul 2017, 13:06

Both SN 727 & 737 were -200 types.
For all these bigger types that came to ANR (don 't forget the 737-800), landing on a dry runway has no important weight restrictions. It's the T/O run that has all the restrictions. Regarding the 757, it has a very high thrust/weight ratio, but still, it probably was only lightly loaded when it flew out of ANR.
Also don't forget that newer types do not have necessarily better rwy performance. The 737MAX T/O rwy length requirements are worse than the 737NG
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But given the shorter runway requirements it might have been safer?
No difference in safety! The 319 might have taken more load for the same T/O run, but given the lower thrust engines installed on the Aegean 319, that needs to be calculated by someone with the FCOM 3 manuals at hand.
Only the LF would certainly have been better on the 319 :)

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Re: ANR 15/07/2017 A320

Post by Konus » 18 Jul 2017, 14:33

YYZ727 wrote:
18 Jul 2017, 08:53
Wasn't that the 727-100 ? As far as i know SN did't fly -200's.
Of course it was a B727-100.
I mixed up with the B737-200 which was flying for SN to LHR in the late 70s and early 80s.

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Re: ANR 15/07/2017 A320

Post by YYZ727 » 18 Jul 2017, 14:34

DIBO wrote:
18 Jul 2017, 13:06
Both SN 727 & 737 were -200 types.
SN definitely flew 727-100's en 737-300,-400 & -500's too. I remember seeing at least once a 737-300 at ANR.
and i'm still not sure about the 727-200's. Maybe on a short term lease, but the OO-STA e.s. were -100s

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Re: ANR 15/07/2017 A320

Post by DIBO » 18 Jul 2017, 14:50

No, you are absolutely right OO-STA to OO-STD were all the same variant if I remember well, but I was put on the wrong foot by its type designator Boeing 727-29C. It were -100's. Regarding the 737 I was referring to the original operating out of ANR, they surely had -300's (and more) but these were much less frequently at ANR.

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