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Interesting Facts About Flights from Boston to Montreal (BOS to YHU)
- 242 seats were available on flights from BOS to YHU in 2009. Of those seats, a total of 47 passengers flew on all flights from BOS to YHU that year.
- The newest aircraft servicing BOS to YHU in 2009 was Air Greenland's B737-8 from Boeing. The B737-8 started flying in 1998.
- The average aircraft occupancy on flights from Boston to Montreal in 2009 was 27.01%.
- Air Greenland operated flights from BOS to YHU using 2 types of aircraft in 2009.
- Air Greenland offers flights from Boston, MA to Montreal, Canada.
- Air Greenland carried a total of 47 passengers from BOS to YHU in 2009.
- The largest aircraft servicing flights between Boston and Montreal from Air Greenland is the B737-8 built by Boeing with 174 seats.
- In 2009, there was just one airline company serving flights from Boston to Montreal.
- The smallest aircraft servicing flights from BOS to YHU for Air Greenland is the B737-4 built by Boeing with 68 seats.
- There were 47 passengers that flew from Boston to Montreal in 2009.
- The oldest aircraft servicing trips from Boston, MA to Montreal, Canada in 2009 was Air Greenland's B737-4 from Boeing which started flying in 1990.
(Source: FAA & BTS 2009 Databases)