- Jan 14, 2009
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Yes, it usually does. If not departing via West Wales it invariably leaves the UK coast over north Devon or north Cornwall. I'm not saying that on occasions a non-stop flight would not head northwest from BRS if that track was more favourable although I can never remember seeing such an instance, but then again I don't check the flights every week.Doesn't it normally route further west over Wales, or even along the southwest coast?
Was FR showing BRS-CUN or BRS-MAN/GLA. Usually if its preplanned FR shows the actual routing to the fuelling airport.