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    NYC Flight Diversions 10/29/11 #Snowtober

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    Air China 981, 747-400 from PEK > YUL
    Air France 12, 777-200ER from CDG > BOS
    American 45, 767-300 from CDG > BDL
    American 65, 767-300 from ZRH > BGR
    American 67, 767-300 from BCN > BOS
    American 95, 757 from MAD > BDL
    American 101, 777 from LHR > BGR
    American 118, 767-200 from LAX > ORD
    American 121, 757-200 from CDG > BGR
    American 168, 777 from NRT > ORD
    American 199, 767-300 from MXP > PIT
    American 258, 737-800 from LAS > ORD
    American 268, 737-800 from SEA > ORD
    American 400, 737-800 from DFW > RDU
    American 630, 757 from MCO > RDU
    American 684, 737-800 from AUS > RDU
    Cathay Pacific 830, 777-300ER from HKG > YYZ
    Delta 4, 767-400 from LHR > BOS
    Delta 71, A330-200 from AMS > PIT
    Delta 133, A330-300 from ATH > BGR
    Delta 172, 747-400 from NRT > DTW
    Delta 210, 737-800 from SAN > DTW
    Delta 123, 757 from SNN > PVD
    Delta 141, 757 from BRU > BDL
    Delta 165, 757 from DUB > BOS
    Delta 332, 757 from SJU > EWR
    Delta 3817, CRJ from YYZ > BDL
    Delta 3826, CRJ from CLT > HFD
    Delta 4150, CRJ from IAD > BDL
    Delta 6040, CRJ from CMH > LGA
    JetBlue 46, A320 from MCO > BOS
    JetBlue 69, E190 from SYR > BOS
    JetBlue 906, A320 from ORD > BOS
    JetBlue 1088, E190 from CLT > BDL
    Lufthansa 400, A380 from FRA > BOS
    Swiss 16, A330 from ZRH > BDL

    EWR
    American 1874, MD-80 from DFW > IAD
    British Airways 185, 777-200ER from LHR > BOS
    United 29, 777-200ER from LHR > BOS
    United 39, 757-200 from OSL > YUL
    United 41, 767-200 from FCO > BUF
    United 45, 767-200 from MXP > SYR
    United 63, 757-200 from MAD > YQX
    United 65, 757-200 from LIS > BUF
    United 75, 757-200 from HAM > SWF
    United 97, 757-200 from TXL > BDL
    United 109, 757-200 from EDI > BUF
    United 111, 757-200 from LHR > YUL
    United 121, 757-200 from BCN > BDL
    United 979, 767-300 from ZRH > BOS
    United 1047, 737-500 from MIA > BWI
    United 1059, 737-900 from DEN > SYR
    United 1074, 737-700 from TPA > IAD
    United 1079, 737-800 from SJO > IAD
    United 1104, 737-500 from IAH > LGA
    United 1119, 757-200 from MCO > BWI
    United 1230, 737-500 from FLL > BDL
    United 1262, 737-500 from ORD > BDL
    United 1636, 737-500 from PBI > PVD
    United 4165, ERJ from PIT > SYR
    United 4254, ERJ from CVG > SYR
    United 4304, ERJ from STL > CLE
    United 4665, ERJ from IND > SYR
    United 4890, Dash 8 from YYZ > ALB
    Delta 57, 767-300ER from AMS > SYR
    Delta 935, A319 from ATL > BDL
    Delta 1785, A319 from MSP > DTW
    Jet Airways 228, A330-200 from BRU > JFK
    JetBlue 522, A320 from MCO > JFK
    Lufthansa 408, A330-300 from DUS > YUL
    Open Skies 1, 757 from ORY > BOS
    SAS 903, A330-300 from ARN > IAD
    SAS 907, A330-300 from OSL > IAD
    SAS 909, A330-300 from CPH > YUL
    Southwest 1840, 737-700 from STL > MHT
    US Airways 1576, 737-400 from CLT > BWI

    LGA
    Air Canada 710, E190 from YYZ > YYZ
    AirTran 507, 717 from MKE > BDL
    American 382, MD-80 from ORD > SYR
    American 4526, ERJ from CMH > BOS
    American 4664, CRJ from CLE > BDL
    Delta 1260, A320 from MEM > SYR
    Delta 1698, MD-80 from FLL > ORF
    Delta 1778, MD-80 from MCO > SYR
    Delta 1886, A320 from ATL > BOS
    Delta 2096, MD-80 from MSP > SYR
    Delta 5911, E170 from BOS > BOS
    JetBlue 372, A320 from FLL > BDL
    Ladies and gentlemen, this is your captain speaking. We have a small problem.
    All four engines have stopped. We are doing our damnedest to get them under control.
    I trust you are not in too much distress. —Captain Eric Moody, British Airways Flight 9

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    Nice work Matt!
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    Are you sure about FLG3826? The tracklog on Flightaware seems to indicate an arrival on 6 at BDL, not Hartford-Brainard/HFD. HFD only has a 4400' ish strip, which probably isn't enough to safely land a CRJ within known performance numbers.

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    It was listed as HFD on Flight Explorer, but that could have been a mistake. Seemed odd.
    Ladies and gentlemen, this is your captain speaking. We have a small problem.
    All four engines have stopped. We are doing our damnedest to get them under control.
    I trust you are not in too much distress. —Captain Eric Moody, British Airways Flight 9

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