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Posted by: bmead Jan 12 2014, 05:41 PM

I would like to apologise for a new topic when more than likely the information i want is somewhere here. However i cannot find it so in the assumption someone has it or knows where it is i will ask away and hopefully find what i am looking for.

1) What was the original flight path of AA 11
(Ideally i would like these for each flight but will be happy with AA 11 for now. I cannot find a original flight path only its final path)
2) What is the total distance it would have travelled if it stayed on its original flight path
3)What was the distance it DID travel
4) What is the fuel consumption of the plane

Again, apologies if this is elsewhere and i was too blind to see it.

Posted by: ChrisPDX Jan 12 2014, 06:13 PM

QUOTE (bmead @ Jan 12 2014, 01:41 PM) *
I would like to apologise for a new topic when more than likely the information i want is somewhere here. However i cannot find it so in the assumption someone has it or knows where it is i will ask away and hopefully find what i am looking for.

1) What was the original flight path of AA 11
(Ideally i would like these for each flight but will be happy with AA 11 for now. I cannot find a original flight path only its final path)
2) What is the total distance it would have travelled if it stayed on its original flight path
3)What was the distance it DID travel
4) What is the fuel consumption of the plane

Again, apologies if this is elsewhere and i was too blind to see it.


If American 11 actually took off, it most likely landed somewhere west of Schenectady while the plane that did hit the North Tower most likely originated from Schenectady. The speeds indicated on this forum are consistent with MIT video analysis of the speed at the time of impact.

Any pilot can easily calculate and provide you answers for your questions.

Posted by: poppyburner Jan 12 2014, 11:31 PM



'The Distance between General Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport (Suffolk County,Massachusetts) [Airport] and Los Angeles International Airport (Los Angeles County,California) [Airport] is :
4192.96 kilometers (km).
...

In Other Units:
2605.39 miles.'


~ http://distancecalculator.globefeed.com/us_distance_calculator.asp

http://www.defenseindustrydaily.com/files/Boeing_KC-X_Fuel_Costs_Report_2007-11.pdf

'...carrying about 10,000 U.S. gallons (38,000 L) of jet fuel...' ~ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Airlines_Flight_11

'Marquis then asks Houck to calculate how far the plane could go with its current amount of fuel.
He says: “Could you run me a model? [Flight 11] is currently 66,000 pounds of gas back from the
time I got the call. Just give me some sort of endurance for 25,000 feet, if you would.”'


~ http://www.historycommons.org/entity.jsp?entity=nydia_gonzalez

Posted by: bmead Jan 13 2014, 03:09 PM

Thank you

Posted by: poppyburner Jan 18 2014, 11:51 PM

You're Welcome.

Caution regarding the USA Today illustration: 'Note that Albany is positioned about 50 miles south of
its actual location.
'

~ http://911research.wtc7.net/planes/attack/flight11.html

[Sorry about that].

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