Best Transatlantic Narrowbody routes using 737’s and 757-200 a321? I know that SAS uses a321 for transatlantic operations and Delta, American, United uses 757-200 and Norwegian Air Shuttle uses 737-800
YHZ-DUB YHZ-LGW, YYT-LGW all on 737s (westjet)
EWR-MAN is the only on i know of on the 757.
and most A321s are Neo, LR version flying and other 737s were mostly MAxs.
You forgot Spicejet they are planning routes to the US from India in an B737
There are quite a few… I would just google it to see what my options are:
Or if you have a particular route in mind:
Also, here’s an interesting article:
Hey now this is getting like a #real-world-aviation thread. Just saying
I think this should be #real-world-aviation, I just can’t move it. Don’t quote me on that though.
But a Regular of the OP himself can move it
A321 Philippines airlines Manilla - Sydney.
Not transatlantic but a good 8hr flight!
There’s the good old EGLL-EINN-KJFK-EGLL on the BA A318
Also, the longest A319 flight record according to wikipedia is a flight from Dusseldorf to Chicago. I’ve done it once. It was operated by another airline for LH so I’m not sure what livery they used, I just used LH A319.
Are you sure about that…might want to check your source again.
This is for the A319, but Air Canada used to fly CYYT-EGLL (pre-covid)
It could happen. They’re planning to register some 737s for flights to the U.S.
Full application: https://www.regulations.gov/document?D=DOT-OST-2020-0240-0001
Looked into it, it came from Interesting: SpiceJet Plans Boeing 737 USA Flights by Joanna Bailey at Simple Flying so I trust where he/she got the information from.
yes I know there are other sources out there about this
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