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Could a 747 land at St John's?


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hmm



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Yes, the toy version.


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It can, but not sure if it can park anywhere.

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Maybe with no freight or passengers, a strong headwind, practically zero fuel, and - ideally - brown trousers.



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It can land at London City and operate LCY-MDW! :bighug:


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Air France has diverted their A330 there at times, so we then know it is capable of handling the size and passengers similar to a 747, maybe not the largest version.


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Should you breath oxygen?

 

Obviously you should fly B747 to St Johns. Just make sure to fitted them with 660 seats and use scam IFS. 






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