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Topic: B6 And Pit
Username: Bmg42000
Posted 2008-08-21 17:20:23 and read 2093 times.

Any word on how the loads to Pittsburgh from JFK are doing? I am wondering if B6 will continue their Pittsburgh flights.

Topic: RE: B6 And Pit
Username: InTheSky74
Posted 2008-08-21 19:19:15 and read 1965 times.

They are doing very well.

Topic: RE: B6 And Pit
Username: SWASFLA
Posted 2008-08-21 20:15:54 and read 1892 times.

I just left Jetblue about a month ago and the loads at PIT were horrible. There where rumors going around that it may be on the list of cities to be cut....Just one of those internal rumors, probbaly nothing but who knows. The numbers weren't atleast up until a couple of monthas ago great.

Topic: RE: B6 And Pit
Username: PITrules
Posted 2008-08-21 22:23:45 and read 1772 times.

They are going down to 3 daily flights in Sept (2xJFK, 1xBOS). This is half the schedule they started with about 2 years ago. Then back up to 5 flights in November.

This does not include the MYR-PIT service operated for Myrtle Beach Direct Air.

[Edited 2008-08-21 22:27:44]

Topic: RE: B6 And Pit
Username: Delta777
Posted 2008-08-22 06:21:15 and read 1641 times.

PIT is a profitable city for B6 as of June. Pittsburgh is sticking around.

D E L T A 7 7 7

Topic: RE: B6 And Pit
Username: Tooluther
Posted 2008-08-22 06:45:39 and read 1605 times.

There is so much PIT-NYC traffic that it must have beenn tough goings for B6, but now that some of the legacy's are starting to chop some of their capacity, things should improve for them.

Topic: RE: B6 And Pit
Username: Imapilotaz
Posted 2008-08-22 07:50:10 and read 1547 times.

For May 2008 from T100 data:

JFK-PIT 67.1% LF

I wouldnt exactly say stellar.

According to Form41 and T100 extrapolations, PIT-JFK lost about $1M in the 4th quarter of 2007. That's the latest data for Form41. In that quarter they ran 68% LFs and average fares of $92. Those heavy E190 routes just cant compete on a CASM basis.

Topic: RE: B6 And Pit
Username: SWASFLA
Posted 2008-08-22 09:28:27 and read 1470 times.

67% LF at PIT for B6. I am suprised it is that high?


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