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Topic: WN Ever To Fly Internationally?
Username: Cumulonimbus
Posted 2005-03-17 22:02:47 and read 1719 times.

Will Wn ever fly international? I am surprised they have not went to Canada or Mexico yet. What do you guys think.

Mike

Topic: RE: WN Ever To Fly Internationally?
Username: 7E72004
Posted 2005-03-17 22:08:38 and read 1703 times.

That is a good question...many would say "no," but i don't think many expected WN to start PHL/PIT service a couple of years ago. So i think anything is possible, it seems like WN always has something up their sleeve  Smile However, WN has the codeshare with ATA which flies to CUN, etc. But you never know  Big grin

Topic: RE: WN Ever To Fly Internationally?
Username: Jeremy
Posted 2005-03-17 22:21:33 and read 1646 times.

I highly doubt it, but I believe in never saying never.

[Edited 2005-03-17 22:22:49]

Topic: RE: WN Ever To Fly Internationally?
Username: WA727
Posted 2005-03-17 22:45:14 and read 1580 times.

See February 21 issue of Business Week. Said they have no plans to go international, start assigned seating, or do commuter service. Good article. Online addition makes you register Sad

Topic: RE: WN Ever To Fly Internationally?
Username: ConcordeBoy
Posted 2005-03-17 22:47:57 and read 1570 times.

Never say never... but at this point, they have no pressing need to go international.

There's still plenty of domestic airports that would chew off their own foot to get WN service, not to mention connecting-the-dots.

Topic: RE: WN Ever To Fly Internationally?
Username: OzarkD9S
Posted 2005-03-17 22:55:17 and read 1538 times.

Why bother? ATA can do it for them if necessary. If a legacy tanks in the near future WN will have plenty of opportunity for domestic growth for a good 5-10 years.

Hell, they could grow domestically for another 5-10 if they all stay in business. Every airport that doesn't have WN now sends a rep to beg for service as it is.

Topic: RE: WN Ever To Fly Internationally?
Username: ExFATboy
Posted 2005-03-17 23:19:09 and read 1487 times.

They have plenty of domestic growth opportunities to last them a while, although I suspect that the possibility of WN (or B6, or F9, or FL) getting into the Canadian market is why WestJet has been adding US service so rapidly - "staking their claim", so to speak.


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