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Question about the RWY

Post by Jammin16 » Wed Mar 24, 2021 5:04 am

Hey there,
I have a question how can I takeoff and land with a B777-200ER from (NZWN), I mean the RWY is too shot have you make this RWY in the right length? I know Singapore Airlines land and takeoff from (NZWN), but I can't???

Did some one know why or what it's happening here?

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Re: Question about the RWY

Post by sticky1202 » Wed Mar 24, 2021 8:54 am

That is the actual runway length in real life. Light loads and short flights!

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Re: Question about the RWY

Post by Jammin16 » Wed Mar 24, 2021 10:57 am

Seriously?
WOW, these are skilled pilots landing there with the B787, B777-200ER and A350 in the Airport!

Thanks for your reply 😊

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Re: Question about the RWY

Post by SammyH » Wed Mar 24, 2021 6:31 pm

Yeah, Air New Zealand did it with a B77W and then Singapore Air now a few others. But as was mentioned, they are very light when going in and out of there. It doesn't seem like it but the flight to Auckland or even Sydney/Melbourne is nothing when it comes to fuel for those heavies.
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