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Topic: What Will AA Do With TW's Euro Routes?
Username: AA767400
Posted 2001-03-21 00:18:26 and read 2356 times.

Will AA use TW's euro routes? JFK-LIS,MXP,ATH,MAD and BCN. etc.......

Topic: RE: What Will AA Do With TW's Euro Routes?
Username: Zrs70
Posted 2001-03-21 00:38:04 and read 2340 times.

I'm also wondering what AA will do with the dormant routes (like BOS-FCO).

Topic: Zrs70
Username: AA767400
Posted 2001-03-21 00:55:59 and read 2328 times.

wow! I did not know that TW has that route.
i knew they did BOS-CDG but, thats gone, and AA
already does that. I wonder if AA would upgrade cairo
to a 777? that would be sweet!

Topic: RE: What Will AA Do With TW's Euro Routes?
Username: Mah4546
Posted 2001-03-21 01:25:45 and read 2319 times.

American Airlines will be massivley upgrading thier JFK and MIA hubs, and international flights will, without a doubt, be a key part of thier expansion (MIA will grow from 192 to 330 daily flights with the new Super Concourse). I would not be surprise to see some routes transfered. Miami could defintley use flights LIS, FCO (Alitalia will be dropping twice weekly FCO/thrice weekly MXP service with daily MIA-MXP-FCO-MXP-MIA service), and ATH. MIA-MAD is a very popular route and one that AA might want to add a second daily on. MIA-BCN is one of the key routes that Miami does not have non-stop (currently one-stop on IB). The possibilites are endless at JFK as well.

Topic: RE: What Will AA Do With TW's Euro Routes?
Username: TEDSKI
Posted 2001-03-21 01:40:56 and read 2312 times.

It would be terrific for American to have daily JFK to ATH flights using their popular RR Trent powered 777-200ERs to compete with Delta and Olympic Airways.


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