Flight Information

BOE920 is a Boeing flight from Renton to Moses Lake .
The flight has a distance of 220 km (136 mi.) with an average flight time of 1h 28m.

Airline: Boeing
From: Renton (RNT / KRNT)
To: Moses Lake (MWH / KMWH)
Distance: 220 km (136 mi.)
Duration: 1h 28m
Avg 150km/h (92mph)
Model: Boeing B737 MAX 8
On-Time Performance: 100%
Date: 06. Apr 2019
Status: Diverted
From: Renton (RNT / KRNT)
09:15 PDT
16:15 UTC
To: Moses Lake (MWH / KMWH)
10:43 PDT
17:43 UTC
Departed: 09:38 PDT
23 min late
Plane: C-FTXE Boeing B737 MAX 8 NA
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Departure Airport: Renton


Name: Renton Municipal Airport
Identifier:  RNT/KRNT
Serves:  Renton, Washington
Owner:  City of Renton
Public/Private:  Public
Local Time:  26. Jan 13:00 PST
Description: Renton Municipal Airport is a public use airport located in Renton, a city in King County, Washington, United States. The airport was renamed Clayton Scott Field in 2005 to celebrate the 100th birthday of Clayton Scott. The airport's northern boundary is Lake Washington and the Will Rogers - Wiley Post Memorial Seaplane Base. Renton Airport has a floating dock and a launching ramp for conversion from wheeled landings to water takeoffs and landings.
Source: Wikipedia


Renton Municipal Airport

Identifier Length (m/ft) Surface
16/34 1,640/5,382 Asphalt/Concrete

Arrival Airport: Moses Lake


Name: Moses Lake Grant County International Airport
Identifier:  MWH/KMWH
Serves:  Grant County, Washington (Primarily Moses Lake )
Owner:  Port of Moses Lake
Public/Private:  Public
Local Time:  26. Jan 13:00 PST
Description: Grant County International Airport is a public use airport in the northwest United States, located six miles northwest of the central business district of Moses Lake in Grant County, Washington. Formerly a military facility, the airport is owned by the Port of Moses Lake, and its 13,500-foot runway is one of the longest in the world.
Source: Wikipedia


Moses Lake Grant County International Airport

Identifier Length (m/ft) Surface
14L/32R 4,116/13,503 Asphalt/Concrete
4/22 3,048/10,000 Asphalt/Concrete
9/27 1,067/3,500 Concrete
18/36 1,014/3,327 Asphalt
14R/32L 895/2,936 Concrete

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