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How is this even possible for a 777-200?!

 

 

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Like how?? I am quite surprised that it works for this route. If it can why cant it work irl?



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Erhm...full flaps, carry-ons only, no cargo, nobody over 220 pounds, and magic? :/  :D  :eyebrow:



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A little WD40, a little duct tape, and a quick prayer before takeoff.


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The runway required to take off and landings for B777-200 for that specific engines is 5,643 ft.

 

The airport longest runway is 5,701 ft.

 

Nothing wrong with it.


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lol I've done that before



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It is not possible for the 777-200.... ;)

 

however it is possible with the dark magic behind AE :witch:


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You know what's ironic, I just opened this exact same route in another world.
It's possible because of runway requirements.

The a350-800 (which is what I used) and the 747-400d can also fly from SNA in AE.

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You know what's ironic, I just opened this exact same route in another world.
It's possible because of runway requirements.

The a350-800 (which is what I used) and the 747-400d can also fly from SNA in AE.

Good to know. I dont use 747-400d bc they are inefficient. 



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You know what's ironic, I just opened this exact same route in another world.
It's possible because of runway requirements.

The a350-800 (which is what I used) and the 747-400d can also fly from SNA in AE.

Good to know. I dont use 747-400d bc they are inefficient. 

 

The runway required to take off and landings for B777-200 for that specific engines is 5,643 ft.

 

The airport longest runway is 5,701 ft.

 

Nothing wrong with it.

Yea thats in Ae but what about irl?



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You know what's ironic, I just opened this exact same route in another world.
It's possible because of runway requirements.

The a350-800 (which is what I used) and the 747-400d can also fly from SNA in AE.

Good to know. I dont use 747-400d bc they are inefficient. 

 

The runway required to take off and landings for B777-200 for that specific engines is 5,643 ft.

 

The airport longest runway is 5,701 ft.

 

Nothing wrong with it.

Yea thats in Ae but what about irl?

 

Erhm...full flaps, carry-ons only, no cargo, nobody over 220 pounds, and magic? :/  :D  :eyebrow:

Idk about people being overweight lol but I guess...



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You realized that in AE we don't carry any cargo right?

 

I also doubt that any airlines operate any direct flights between the 2 airport you mentioned.


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You realized that in AE we don't carry any cargo right?

 

I also doubt that any airlines operate any direct flights between the 2 airport you mentioned.

I wish it did ;)



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Soo is this possible for a 777 irl at SNA? If it is possible, Id support any airline willing to bring a 777 



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No it isn't. Not by a long shot

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No it isn't. Not by a long shot

oh. What do you mean by a long shot?



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The runway required to take off and landings for B777-200 for that specific engines is 5,643 ft.

 

The airport longest runway is 5,701 ft.

 

Nothing wrong with it.



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You realized that in AE we don't carry any cargo right?

I also doubt that any airlines operate any direct flights between the 2 airport you mentioned.

But I wish we ran cargo airlines in AE...

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Somehow I doubt a fully fueled 777-200 can A: actually safely do Los Angeles - London (or London - Los Angeles) with an even remotely profitable load while B: TAKING OFF FROM A 5000 FOOT RUNWAY

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