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    ACA91 vs ACA93

    Every morning now I have been enjoying the race to the finish between Air Canada flights 91 & 93. Both flights originate from South America, one from Sao Paulo, Brazil and the other from Santiago, Chile. It's a race to the finish (CYYZ Toronto) that you can even bet on because it's different every time. Both flights have the same expected landing time of 5:35 local Toronto time.

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    Last edited by 1090 MHz; 2013-10-19 at 08:50.

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    getting closer ... looks like 93 will be the winner today!

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    Air Canada operate some interesting flights. I particularly like to track their B777-200LR flights because not a lot of airlines have these long-distance champions (probably because they can't stuff as many people into them as in a 777-300ER). One comes here to Australia every day of the week (ACA33/34) and is the only direct flight between Canada and Oz. I've also watched an AC B767 flight from Toronto to Tel Aviv take some quite different routes across Europe.

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