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Old 5th Jul 2020, 17:29
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DaveReidUK
 
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Originally Posted by hits80 View Post
Thank you very much for all the replies!
How about Kingston?
Kingston normally doesn't get arrivals overflying. It's just inside the GASGU/Ockham departure NPR swathe when Heathrow is on easterlies, but traffic on that route normally overflies Bushy Park, staying west of Kingston.

Edit: I've just had a look at the last day of pure easterlies pre-lockdown, and around 6% of 621 departures used the GASGU SID, mainly those to Iberia, Central and South America, plus some (but not all) of those bound for Miami.

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