Swansea Airport EGFH elev. +299 ft.
Has a classification of low being 145 psi, considered low pressure tires for both runways.
One of the remarkable things about the line of Boeing 737 aircraft was to design their aircraft to meet the requirements of these AOE with a low tire pressure classification runways. The 737-200 was even designed to land on gravel surfaces.
With rwy 4/22 only being 4829 x 151 feet, the BBJ, despite its size and its maximum takeoff weight of 171,000 pounds, can take off from a sea level runway in 5,885 feet. At an altitude of 5,000 feet and a temperature of 77°F, the required runway distance increases to 9,645 feet.
Conclusion I arrived at was, even though the 737BBJ meets the requirements of the rwy classifications, the runways themselves are not long enough to accommodate the aircraft realistically.