Which Airline has a Transatlantic Flight with a small Aircraft? (Answer in post 12) [closed]

Question’s in the title, so, which is it:

Qatar Airways
Delta Airlines
British Airways
Delta Airlines
KLM
United Airlines
Emirates
Etihad Airways

British Airways

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Wow…I edited the Topic to RWA, and before it loaded, you edited it! 😂👆🏼

Don’t make a poll! I need to know who answered so I can PM them if they are right or not!

Sorry, my mistake

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British Airways with their A318, From London City Airport to John F Kennedy Airport.

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British Airways! But, Scandinavian also flies a 737-800 to EWR if I’m not mistaken. If this was about long distances with small aircraft I would also mention that jetBlue flies from New York to Bogota, Columbia in an A320

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On the way back, somewhere in Ireland. It’s either Shannon or Dublin

Answer is British Airways A318 LCY-JFK

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Air Canada also does:

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Also Sas fly 737-700 from stavanger to Huston If I am not mistaken here. They call it their “oil route” and as cam said air canada from Toronto to London via Halifax I believe?

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British Airways A318 out of London City.

BA with an A318 from LCY to JFK - there is a stop at SNN westbound but no stop eastbound. With BA1 you also do pre-clearance at SNN so arrive at JFK as a domestic passenger.

SAS with a 737 was to IAH now EWR I think, non-stop

Westjet fly between Canada and London non-stop with 737s I believe.

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The WestJet London Flight is with the 767

Yes, sorry not to London, but it looks like they do transatlantic to DUB and GLA with a 737.

I knew they did some transatlantic services with a 737.

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BA1 & BA3 westbound, and BA2 & BA4 eastbound.

SVG-IAH has been terminated but the aircraft is now used for CPH-EWR.