How are wide-body aircrafts operated?

Have look on how do airlines operate wide-body aircrafts on their Domestic or International Routes.

Disclaimer: due to their independent customs and immigration regulations, flights involving:

  • Hong Kong (China),
  • Macao (China),
  • Taiwan (China),
  • Guam (United States), and
  • Puerto Rico (United States)
are considered International Routes.

Color Marks are standing for the number of stayovers:

  • Red: (40, infinity)
  • Orange: (20, 40]
  • Green: (10, 20]
  • Blue: (5, 10]
  • Purple: (0, 5]
are considered International Routes.

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