MAH4546 From Sweden, joined Jan 2001, 31813 posts, RR: 72 Reply 1, posted (6 years 3 months 1 week 19 hours ago) and read 1877 times:
104 weekly flights for each country's carriers, which are currently used as follows:
There are also exemptions beyond the bilateral. AA and DL both have exemptions that allow them to operate additional flights during peak periods, but they have to re-apply every season for them. This year, AA has five additional frequencies, and DL has four. There are actually two US-carrier frequencies that are unused, believe it or not.
AF086 From France, joined Jan 2007, 1040 posts, RR: 9 Reply 5, posted (6 years 3 months 1 week 4 hours ago) and read 1600 times:
Quoting Greenair727 (Reply 3): Does the bilateral also stipulate which cities in each country can be served?
Yes. Airlines from the US can serve: MAO, BSB, GIG, GRU, REC, POA, BEL, CNF and SSA and from these cities to Uruguay, Paraguay, Argentina and Chile.
They can also codeshare to up to 30 destinations in Brazil, 14 of which were alredy selected by the american airlines: CGR, CGB, CWB, FLN, FOR, IGU, GYN, JPA, JOI, MCZ, NAT, RAO, SLZ and VIX.
The brazilian airlines can serve: JFK, ATL, MIA, ORD, DTW, IAD, IAH, MCO, LAX, SFO, BOS, SJU and from these cities the flight can go on to destinations in Germany, Belgium, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Canada, Taiwan, Macau, ICN, PEK and BKK. Also from LAX to one or two destinations in Japan.
They can also codeshare to up to 30 destinations in the US, 26 of which were selected: DEN, LAS, SAN, SEA, HNL, CLE, PDX, PHX, TUS, MSY, MSP, DFW, PHL, CVG, TPA, PIT, STL, SLC, RDU, BNA, AUS, SJC, TUS, JAX, CMH and IND.