Is it possible since CRG s a 4000 ft runway?
British Overseas Territories
Aircraft Boeing 727-100 (tri-jet) [B721/I]
Origin Palm Beach Int’l [KPBI]
Destination La Guardia [KLGA]
Route BLUFI A699 AR16 LENDS AR16 ILM J40 TYI HPW
J191 PXT KORRY3
Date Sunday, Jan 29, 2006
Duration 1 hour 53 minutes
Status Arrived! (track log)
Departure 04:00PM 05:26PM
Arrival 06:22PM 07:19PM
Groundspeed 485 kts
Altitude 27000 feet
Other flights between these airports
FlightAware Flight Tracker Map: VPBDJ
Date Type Origin Destination Departure Arrival Duration
29-Jan-2006 B727/I La Guardia [KLGA] Craig Municipal [KCRG] 08:00PM 10:03PM Scheduled
Craig Municipal has been superceded by Cecil Field (KVQQ) with runways of 12,500 ft and 8000 ft. (It looks like your initial instinct was good.)
haha i wonder why he is coming
i wonder why they initially filed a flight plan to crg?
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that would probably do it then
i wonder why cecil field
The 727-100 has excellent short field handlings. Though VPBDJ has been rescheduled to fly to VQQ, I can see it landing at/takingoff from CRG, even with its 4000 runway, with no problem. The aircraft is in an executive configuration so its doubtful that on a medium length route such as from LGA to CRG, it would be way under gross weight, thus further decreasing the landing distance needed.