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ATW to MCN Route Map

Appleton to Macon Flights, Stats and Airplanes

Route information for flights from Outagamie County Regional to Middle Georgia Regional.

Distance:
840.93 miles

ATW - Outagamie County Regional Airlines

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MCN - Middle Georgia Regional Airlines

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Interesting Facts About Flights from Appleton to Macon (ATW to MCN)

  • Atlantic Southeast operated flights from ATW to MCN using one type of aircraft in 2009.
  • The largest aircraft servicing flights between Appleton and Macon from Atlantic Southeast is the CRJ-2/4 built by Canadair with 50 seats.
  • The newest aircraft servicing ATW to MCN in 2009 was Atlantic Southeast's CRJ-2/4 from Canadair. The CRJ-2/4 started flying in 1997.
  • The smallest aircraft servicing flights from ATW to MCN for Atlantic Southeast is the CRJ-2/4 built by Canadair with 50 seats.
  • The oldest aircraft servicing trips from Appleton, WI to Macon, GA in 2009 was Atlantic Southeast's CRJ-2/4 from Canadair which started flying in 1997.

(Source: FAA & BTS 2009 Databases)