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EK's 8 New Destinations In 08  
User currently offlinePa747sp From Australia, joined Jan 2008, 203 posts, RR: 0
Posted (6 years 2 months 3 weeks 20 hours ago) and read 13166 times:

According to ATWonline -

http://www.atwonline.com/news/story.html?storyID=11531

Emirates Chairman and CEO Ahmed bin Saeed Al-Maktoum ....

He also told the newspaper that EK has no plans to split its operation between Dubai International and the new airport being built at Jebel Ali. "Emirates will always stay within one airport," he declared. It plans to launch service to eight new destinations this year and take delivery of 22 aircraft.


So, CPT has already been announced. Any ideas for the rest. Here are a few I have come up with:

Bristol - plugging the gap in the UK regional services. At present the Southwest is not served, apart from through LHR/LGW.
More regional services in Germany. Maybe Berlin?
CPH, or another Scandinavian city. CPH has already been anounced, then dropped, last year.
Spain?
Something else in the US? ORD?
Something else in South America? EZE?
More regional services in India. I know EK are keen to get more capacity into the Indian market, but the bilaterals are restrictive.
A third city is China?


Nothing seems as good since the VC10.
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User currently offlineLH121GLA From Germany, joined May 2004, 454 posts, RR: 1
Reply 1, posted (6 years 2 months 3 weeks 20 hours ago) and read 13154 times:

Praying for GLA to go double daily ...

User currently offlineKL911 From Ireland, joined Jul 2003, 5085 posts, RR: 12
Reply 2, posted (6 years 2 months 3 weeks 20 hours ago) and read 13131 times:

Bristol? I think AMS and BRU are way bigger cities without any EK service. The only reason EK has so many UK flights is that BA is so terribly expensive.

AMS needs more Australia and Asia service with EK. BRU can do well as well, but EY is already there. AMS has not a single Gulf carrier at all, EY, EK QR....why? Economy is booming here!



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User currently offlineZkojh From China, joined Sep 2004, 1620 posts, RR: 1
Reply 3, posted (6 years 2 months 3 weeks 20 hours ago) and read 13126 times:

why not EMA, we already get the cargo flights in ..


NZ 787-9 flying between PVG - AKL ! CAN'T WAIT!!
User currently offlineShamrock350 From Ireland, joined Mar 2005, 6279 posts, RR: 14
Reply 4, posted (6 years 2 months 3 weeks 20 hours ago) and read 13120 times:

Dublin should be considered, Aer Lingus said it was pleased with the performance, reaching average load factors of 70% but they want to focus on their US routes at the moment.

EY is going daily on AUH-DUB, in fact DUB is one Etihad's best performing routes so I wouldn't be surprised if EK started DXB.


User currently offlineLipeGIG From Brazil, joined May 2005, 11365 posts, RR: 59
Reply 5, posted (6 years 2 months 3 weeks 20 hours ago) and read 13086 times:
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Quoting Pa747sp (Thread starter):
Something else in South America? EZE?

EZE and GIG are the possible new destinations in South America for 2008.



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User currently offlinePa747sp From Australia, joined Jan 2008, 203 posts, RR: 0
Reply 6, posted (6 years 2 months 3 weeks 19 hours ago) and read 13045 times:



Quoting KL911 (Reply 2):
Bristol? I think AMS and BRU are way bigger cities without any EK service. The only reason EK has so many UK flights is that BA is so terribly expensive.

Also, most pax coming from regional UK airports hate changing planes at LHR/LGW. In particular LHR has an awful reputation in the UK for delays, congestion and difficulty in changing flights. EK has a huge profile in the UK now, so adding more regional airports means that there is a much lower marketing cost. VFR traffic between the UK and the Indian subcontinent/Australia/New Zealand is also a big consideration.

However, why AMS has not appeared on their route map is a complete mystery.

Quoting Zkojh (Reply 3):
why not EMA, we already get the cargo flights in ..

Is another possibility

Quoting Shamrock350 (Reply 4):
Dublin should be considered, Aer Lingus said it was pleased with the performance, reaching average load factors of 70% but they want to focus on their US routes at the moment.

EY is going daily on AUH-DUB, in fact DUB is one Etihad's best performing routes so I wouldn't be surprised if EK started DXB.

A strong possibility, though it depends on the yield. EY/EI maybe experiencing good load factors, but is it making good yield?

Quoting LH121GLA (Reply 1):
Praying for GLA to go double daily ...

I think it will at some point. Scottish pax love not having to change planes at LHR or LGW. Maybe even EDI?



Nothing seems as good since the VC10.
User currently offlineLH121GLA From Germany, joined May 2004, 454 posts, RR: 1
Reply 7, posted (6 years 2 months 3 weeks 19 hours ago) and read 12937 times:



Quoting Pa747sp (Reply 6):
Maybe even EDI?

Are you kidding? Have you seen their advert on the approach road to EDI airport?

http://www.rampantscotland.com/let050820.htm (scroll down to article about Emirates)


User currently offlineFRAspotter From United States of America, joined May 2004, 2336 posts, RR: 9
Reply 8, posted (6 years 2 months 3 weeks 19 hours ago) and read 12939 times:

What about places in North America such as ATL, MIA, MEX, IAD? Or locations in Scandanavia such as Oslo or Stockholm?


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User currently offlinePa747sp From Australia, joined Jan 2008, 203 posts, RR: 0
Reply 9, posted (6 years 2 months 3 weeks 19 hours ago) and read 12861 times:



Quoting LH121GLA (Reply 7):
Are you kidding? Have you seen their advert on the approach road to EDI airport?

It is a good ad. I guess at the moment their job is to push the GLA service. I am sure though, if the demand was there, they would be into EDI also. I am wondering which city is most used by the oil industry in Scotland.

Quoting FRAspotter (Reply 8):
What about places in North America such as ATL, MIA, MEX, IAD? Or locations in Scandanavia such as Oslo or Stockholm?

The U.S. is clearly an important growth market for EK. They have been candid about the desire to serve the U.S. west coast once they have the right aircraft for the job.

As for Scandinavia, again, this is a mystery. There must be demand there, particularly for EKs African/Far East/Australasian services. I would think at least one Scandinavian city will get EK service within the next 12-18 months.



Nothing seems as good since the VC10.
User currently offlineQatarA340 From Qatar, joined May 2006, 1732 posts, RR: 6
Reply 10, posted (6 years 2 months 3 weeks 19 hours ago) and read 12795 times:



Quoting KL911 (Reply 2):
AMS has not a single Gulf carrier at all, EY, EK QR....why? Economy is booming here!

I heard that the slots are hard to get in AMS.



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User currently offlineSAA From South Africa, joined Oct 2000, 126 posts, RR: 0
Reply 11, posted (6 years 2 months 3 weeks 19 hours ago) and read 12769 times:

how is the advanced bookings looking on the new CPT run?

I am booked to fly to JNB in J from LHR but i wonder if they will allow me to change to the 1st CPT-DXB service in J.

At the moment I am booked on all 77w though the one from heathrow is a ULR (what is the difference between the ULR and the W interior wise). Does any of these planes have 'flat' seats?


According to seat guru the pitch on an A330 is 60 in J but only 48 on a 77w? Would this mean the A330 is more comfortable ?

Also do they give amenity kits on every long haul J flight or only certain ones ?

I know it a bit cheeky of me to slip it into this thread but hopefully i will get more answers.


Thanks guys


User currently offlinePa747sp From Australia, joined Jan 2008, 203 posts, RR: 0
Reply 12, posted (6 years 2 months 3 weeks 19 hours ago) and read 12712 times:



Quoting SAA (Reply 11):
how is the advanced bookings looking on the new CPT run?

I am booked to fly to JNB in J from LHR but i wonder if they will allow me to change to the 1st CPT-DXB service in J.

At the moment I am booked on all 77w though the one from heathrow is a ULR (what is the difference between the ULR and the W interior wise). Does any of these planes have 'flat' seats?


According to seat guru the pitch on an A330 is 60 in J but only 48 on a 77w? Would this mean the A330 is more comfortable ?

Also do they give amenity kits on every long haul J flight or only certain ones ?

I know it a bit cheeky of me to slip it into this thread but hopefully i will get more answers.


Thanks guys

I am not sure about the advanced loads, but there is a lot of traffic that goes DXB JNB CPT at the moment, so I would imagine it will prove to be a bouyant route.

As for changing your ticket, best speak to your agent about that, or EK directly if you bought it from them. I would imagine the fares will be common-rated, so shouldn't be a problem.

As for the seats, that's a real nightmare. The 777-300ER fleet is undergoing a retro-fit, to get proper lie-flat J class seats (though not horizontal). Some aircraft have the new config, some don't. The 777-300ULRs were delivered with seats similar to the A345. Not lie-flat, but almost.

The A330s all have old style, reclining but no where near flat seats. I don''t think they will ever be retro fitted, as I assume they will leave the fleet when the A350s arrive.

I think the amenity kits are given out on all flights over 6 hours.



Nothing seems as good since the VC10.
User currently offlineScottishLaddie From United Kingdom, joined Jan 2004, 2384 posts, RR: 8
Reply 13, posted (6 years 2 months 3 weeks 18 hours ago) and read 12712 times:



Quoting LH121GLA (Reply 7):

Are you kidding? Have you seen their advert on the approach road to EDI airport?

http://www.rampantscotland.com/let050820.htm (scroll down to article about Emirates)

Why would he be kidding, it's a perfectly viable suggestion. That ad is long gone, however it did do a good job of getting the EK name known in and around Edinburgh if they were to consider a service from here in the future they've already made a good start of getting their name recognised. QR is still the more likely option in the immediate future though I think.


User currently offlineCedarjet From United Kingdom, joined May 1999, 7934 posts, RR: 54
Reply 14, posted (6 years 2 months 3 weeks 18 hours ago) and read 12586 times:

How about Mashhad, Iran's second biggest city (and one of the most holy cities in Islam)? Or Shiraz? They may not be the most prosperous of metro areas but both have populations comparable with any European capital, upwards of 5m. I don't know for sure but maybe 8m (Tehran is 12m). Both MHD and SYZ are served by Gulf Air. I'm surprised they don't get more international service. I think it's more cos the IR gov't want Tehran to be the international gateway, not cos of a lack of demand - maybe that's why Tehran gets 777-300s to AUH on EY, double daily EK service (mix of 773s and 330s), even Mahan fly 747-300s and -400s from IKA to DXB. SYZ and MHD both had plenty of int'l service before the revolution, it was the mullahs that, for whatever reason, moved the focus to THR and withdrew int'l traffic rights from the regions.

I would expect to see EK in either of these huge cities before they fly to Bristol. Shiraz is less than 60 mins flying from DXB, Mashhad probably about 90 mins.



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User currently offlineSAA From South Africa, joined Oct 2000, 126 posts, RR: 0
Reply 15, posted (6 years 2 months 3 weeks 18 hours ago) and read 12546 times:



Quoting Cedarjet (Reply 14):
How about Mashhad, Iran's second biggest city (and one of the most holy cities in Islam)?

Mashad is not holy to all muslims though only to the Shia. Cedarjet , does QR not fly this route ? legend has it that back in the day EK served Bandar Abbas. If so then why did they withdraw? Or was there not much cash to be made on the visa runs.

Quoting Pa747sp (Reply 12):
As for the seats, that's a real nightmare. The 777-300ER fleet is undergoing a retro-fit, to get proper lie-flat J class seats (though not horizontal). Some aircraft have the new config, some don't. The 777-300ULRs were delivered with seats similar to the A345. Not lie-flat, but almost.

thanks for the reply pa747sp. Does the ULRs have the same plastic shell around the seats like the a345?

You gave me more nformation in a paragraph than EK themselves.


Thanks


User currently offlineStndeicer From United Kingdom, joined Mar 2006, 44 posts, RR: 0
Reply 16, posted (6 years 2 months 3 weeks 16 hours ago) and read 12274 times:

would love to see STN on the list. We desperately need some new long haul airlines and destinations

User currently offlineAeroMexico777 From Mexico, joined Oct 2005, 172 posts, RR: 0
Reply 17, posted (6 years 2 months 3 weeks 15 hours ago) and read 12219 times:

HI!

What about MEX ? Not on their list?

Regards, AeroMexico777



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User currently offlineShamrock604 From Ireland, joined Sep 2007, 4112 posts, RR: 13
Reply 18, posted (6 years 2 months 3 weeks 11 hours ago) and read 11917 times:



Quoting Pa747sp (Reply 6):
A strong possibility, though it depends on the yield. EY/EI maybe experiencing good load factors, but is it making good yield?

EI did not achieve good yields. Pax loads were weak, but cargo was reasonably strong.

EY are very much achieving good yields, with healthy loads even in premium classes.



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User currently offlinePa747sp From Australia, joined Jan 2008, 203 posts, RR: 0
Reply 19, posted (6 years 2 months 3 weeks 10 hours ago) and read 11722 times:



Quoting Cedarjet (Reply 14):
How about Mashhad, Iran's second biggest city (and one of the most holy cities in Islam)? Or Shiraz? They may not be the most prosperous of metro areas but both have populations comparable with any European capital, upwards of 5m. I don't know for sure but maybe 8m (Tehran is 12m). Both MHD and SYZ are served by Gulf Air. I'm surprised they don't get more international service. I think it's more cos the IR gov't want Tehran to be the international gateway, not cos of a lack of demand - maybe that's why Tehran gets 777-300s to AUH on EY, double daily EK service (mix of 773s and 330s), even Mahan fly 747-300s and -400s from IKA to DXB. SYZ and MHD both had plenty of int'l service before the revolution, it was the mullahs that, for whatever reason, moved the focus to THR and withdrew int'l traffic rights from the regions.

I would expect to see EK in either of these huge cities before they fly to Bristol. Shiraz is less than 60 mins flying from DXB, Mashhad probably about 90 mins.

It does seem strange that there are not more services into Iranian regional cities. Again, all I can think is that there is not sufficient yield in the market to make it viable. Either that, or the bilaterals don't allow additional services.



Nothing seems as good since the VC10.
User currently offlinePa747sp From Australia, joined Jan 2008, 203 posts, RR: 0
Reply 20, posted (6 years 2 months 3 weeks 10 hours ago) and read 11713 times:



Quoting SAA (Reply 15):
Does the ULRs have the same plastic shell around the seats like the a345?

I believe they are. The new seats being fitted to the ERs, and also to the 200LRs, are superior though.



Nothing seems as good since the VC10.
User currently offlineCricket From India, joined Aug 2005, 2964 posts, RR: 7
Reply 21, posted (6 years 2 months 3 weeks 10 hours ago) and read 11666 times:

To add flights to the UK they need more connectivity in South Asia - more likely you will see a PNQ flight on a 332 once the runway there gets redone by end-Feb. I will not be surprised if other Indian cities also line up for service such as NAG, LKO or even JAI if the bilaterals are eased up


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User currently offlineLifelinerOne From Netherlands, joined Nov 2003, 1907 posts, RR: 8
Reply 22, posted (6 years 2 months 3 weeks 9 hours ago) and read 11649 times:



Quoting QatarA340 (Reply 10):
I heard that the slots are hard to get in AMS.

That was true. EK has slots at Amsterdam, but chose to use them for freighter flights. However, this year, for the first time in years, less slots has been requested by all airlines flying to Amsterdam, so there is some room left for expansion. Maybe EK can use this room for it's benefit.

Cheers!  wave 



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User currently offlinePa747sp From Australia, joined Jan 2008, 203 posts, RR: 0
Reply 23, posted (6 years 2 months 3 weeks 9 hours ago) and read 11610 times:



Quoting Cricket (Reply 21):
To add flights to the UK they need more connectivity in South Asia - more likely you will see a PNQ flight on a 332 once the runway there gets redone by end-Feb. I will not be surprised if other Indian cities also line up for service such as NAG, LKO or even JAI if the bilaterals are eased up

My understanding is that, for EK, it is all about the bilaterals. The Indian government is trading off authority for additional services into the major Indian cities such as BOM and DEL against EK providing services into regional Indian cities. There has been a pattern recently where announcements of new services into Indian are followed by announments of increases of capacity into the bigger cities.

The Egyptian government did the same, requiring EK to start services to Alexandria before it would give authority for more flights into Cairo. Hense EK providing a bus service to CAI to connect with it's Alexandria services.



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User currently offlineWorldrider From Switzerland, joined Nov 2007, 301 posts, RR: 0
Reply 24, posted (6 years 2 months 3 weeks 8 hours ago) and read 11435 times:

have heard about EKs intention to serve GVA in 2008, don't wether they have changed their mind or not.

25 Nighthawk : Aberdeen, and the runway here is too short for a direct service. Additionally most passengers here tend to route via AMS rather than drive down to ED
26 Robbie86 : EK was recruiting cabin crew in Stockholm about two weeks ago. Does this mean ARN will see a DXB service soon?
27 Pa747sp : It was announced as a new destination last year, but was later dropped. I would imagine that it will be served pretty soon.
28 JoKeR : Nope... they've "scooped up" half of Belgrade in the past few years and I can guarantee you that BEG flights are still a long way away... but then ag
29 Pa747sp : EK recruit crew worldwide. They are also running a recruitment day in Fiji, though I doubt NAN is on the radar for service.
30 Alespesl : I am secretely hoping for PRG.
31 Soups : Possible african destinations Douala Yaounde Abuja Kano Dakar Luanda Pointe noire
32 Zoheb : Hope Sialkot in Pakistan gets served.
33 CHRISBA777ER : I'd guess: ARN, GVA, BRU and maybe DUB in Europe. MIA or LAX in the States DPS, HKT, CAN and SGN in Asia. MEX is a possibility with LAX, but I dont ex
34 Pa747sp : Some of these could be extensions to existing West African services, so it would make sense.
35 Soups : KAN with ABV Douala with yaounde Also a good link is to LBV
36 Pa747sp : All those European cities would be contenders I am sure. MIA I am not sure about, as there may not be sufficient connecting traffic. LAX I know is pl
37 Post contains images Christianlee15 : I don't think BRS could handle the A330 to be honest. Wouldn't the wings hang over the perimeter road?
38 CHRISBA777ER : I would think so - you'd be surprised actually. Most of the European majors cite MEX as one of their better yielding routes in the premium classes. I
39 Post contains images Markam : Maybe Madrid?
40 Pa747sp : They don't have any codeshares in place with US carriers. In fact they have very few codeshares at all. They are determined to 'go it alone' and not
41 Post contains links Pa747sp : Here is the article about EK and the 748: http://www.flightglobal.com/articles...boeing-747-8-intercontinental.html If the reason why they wanted to
42 Pa747sp : MAD or BCN. I have been to Spain twice in the last 2 years. I would have loved to have taken EK there.
43 Signol : Perhaps Durban (ZA) wold be a possible? The city council would like a long-haul operator. Maybe they'll arrive when the new airport opens. signol
44 BlueElephant : Here are my guesses....Having done a bit of research on the airline in the past here are my thoughts. ATQ - Attract the Punjabi population from Toront
45 PRGLY : I m with you Ales, there is no reason for them not be presented in this part of Europe and PRG is by far the biggest airport with best connection pos
46 JetSetter629 : An oil route could surely work, but enough demand? 3x weekly would be a great start on a A332
47 JER757 : Doubt it, the CO 757 looks pretty heavy there alot of the time!
48 BuyantUkhaa : Interesting that they already fly DXB-LCA-MLA, how much of a market is that compared to let's say MAD or AMS?!
49 CHRISBA777ER : Stockholm probably the more likely of the two and would probably go daily immediately I would think - there is so much traffic between Scandinavia an
50 DZ09 : With the Ham-jfk route being eliminated, is EK planning another route via Europe? Flew back from DXB to JFK this week and had the pleasure of experien
51 JFK787NYC : Almaty, Tashkent, Baku -
52 BHXFAOTIPYYC : There were meetings about that last year. EK has discussed this with MAD. I see this route happening, if not alone then perhaps as a double drop DXB
53 Robbie86 : There are no slots left for EK. I'm not sure about Goa, charters have been suspended there from ARN from next winter. But Thailand and Australia have
54 SKA380 : I can definately see CPH as a strong candidate. They had plans about it before i seem to remember, but pulled out in the last minute. I know SK is cur
55 Post contains links Behramjee : According to a member's post on the Flyertalk forums website, he has listed that for 2008 EK will launch : http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/showthread.p
56 BDRules : I can in no uncertain terms confirm that Emirates will not consider EMA due to the proximity to BHX. That i sfrom an Internal EMA source. They have a
57 DiscoverCSG : Except that MEX is hot and high, thus limiting the takeoff weight/performance of any aircraft there. Given that DXB would be at the outer edge of a 3
58 Speedbird128 : Durban has lost all it's long haul flights over the years... everything has to connect in JNB. Cape Town has the attraction as a tourist destination,
59 CHRISBA777ER : One would assume then that the A345 would have the edge here - anyone confirm whether it is able to do it non-stop for definite?
60 LAXdude1023 : ATL-Definately not (probably ever) DL has that covered MIA-Will happen, but probably not next The next cities I would expect are in the US are: ORD,
61 Johruk : BRS has long been talked about and people have this thing about runway length. Dont forget that a number of the charter ops have cruise flights to th
62 Post contains images Rockinflyer : Most probable among the 8 according to an interview with the CEO in the L.A. Times biz section about 3 weeks ago, are LAX then ORD. I can't see SFO i
63 Kesflyer : LCA and MLA make sense as this would be most direct route to Australia where there are many Cyprian and Maltese migrants.
64 LAXdude1023 : I really cant see why EK would be remotely interested in ATL. EK and DL dont have a codesharing relationship and DL already serves DXB from ATL. That
65 Kaitak : I'm sure the Irish government would be more than happy to give EI rights to fly t/a from DUB; although not terribly long, the current DUB runway would
66 EIRules : I'm pretty sure EI have flown an A330 to BRS in the past for either rugby matches or for Cheltenham
67 MIgAiR54 : my bet MAD very big airport, big city, and with limited connexions to Asia and Oceania. MIA lot of business people, MEX one of the biggest cities in t
68 Rockinflyer : As I mentioned before, stranger things have happened.
69 Pa747sp : Australia to MLA and LCA is a very big market, as there is a lot of VFR traffic, and EK has the best connections to both of these cities.
70 CupraIbiza : Maybe I am misreading your post. But the way I understand it you dont think DL should have any competition? Just because the route is served means no
71 B752OS : Probably because DL relies on connections for pretty much all of their international (Asia, Europe, Africa, Middle East) to work. The same goes for D
72 LAXdude1023 : B752OS took the words right out of my mouth. Absolutely correct. ATL-DXB is not a market that can stand on its own without connections. WIth the DL A
73 Pa747sp : In fact, there are really very few city-pairs that EK serves where the traffic is just to DXB. EK's success using DXB as a hub is based on transfer t
74 Someone83 : SK has a interline agreement with EK and they are providing feed into DXB for SK
75 Chinaeastern : a bit off topic. Krisflyers and Skywards members, for a very brief time, used to be able to earn miles on both EK and SQ. unsurprisingly, the partners
76 ARN : UAE211 has now diverted to Stockholm´s Arlanda airport on route from Dubai to Houston due to a medical emergency. Let us hope that this will be the f
77 LipeGIG : Very true, and seems that they are looking to add as more destinations in the world they can instead of trying to fly several flights to a few destin
78 Pa747sp : That seems to be the strategy. I think that EK understands that the two things passengers want is frequent and non-stop service. There are very few m
79 Rockinflyer : The majority of the flying public would rather avoid connections. And as stated by another member, why should DL completely monopolize ATL? Options a
80 Robbie86 : When will the actually announce their new routes?
81 Pa747sp : Most likely on an ad-hoc basis, as they have in the past. The schedules for the northern summer 08 are already in place, so new routes would be added
82 LAXdude1023 : The market isnt there for 2 flights from ATL-DXB. Thats why they should avoid it. Minus the connections, the market isnt even there for one flight fr
83 EddieDude : Yes, I agree, MEX is quite underserved. For example, I believe more MEX-Europe frquencies could be opened because the demand is there... the thing is
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