Re: CRJ and London City Airport

From:         jf@avic.dk (Jens Fallesen)
Organization: AVIC
Date:         08 Jul 95 15:01:49 
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In article <airliners.1995.950@ohare.chicago.com> rna@gsb-mailhost.stanford.edu (Robert
Ashcroft) writes:

>Does anyone know if the Bombardier/Canadair CRJ can do London City
>Airport successfully?  Considering that in some way it's just a big
>biz-jet, and considering the clientele that LCY tries to attract,
>you'd figure this would be a good match.

At present, the BAe 146 / Avro RJ has a regional jet monopoly at London
City Airport.

As of April 13, 1995 the following airliners are cleared:

BAe 146
Avro RJ70 / RJ85 / RJ100
DHC Dash 7
DHC Dash 8
DHC 6 (Twin Otter)
ATR 42
ATR 72 (subject to final clearance)
Fokker F50
Saab 340
Saab 2000 (subject to final clearance)
Dornier 328 (subject to final clearance)
Dornier 228
Shorts 360

Cessna Citation V
Cessna Citation II (subject to final clearance)
Beechcraft B200
Partenavia P68C
Falcon DA10
Mitsubishi MU2
Cessna 421 (Golden Eagle)
Piper PA31 (Navajo) (subject to final clearance)
Gulfstream IV

This information has been taken directly from their information
package.




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