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OAG Changes 8/27/2010:AA/AC/AS/F9/NK/UA/US/WN  
User currently offlineenilria From Canada, joined Feb 2008, 7422 posts, RR: 14
Posted (4 years 2 months 1 week 1 day 23 hours ago) and read 9625 times:

This compares what is for sale THIS WEEK for the stated period versus what was for sale LAST WEEK...It does NOT compare to last year or now.

How to read:
ABE-MDT 3>2 APR means a reduction in one roundtrip from 3 to 2 for April only
ABE-MDT 3.8>2.7 APR-JUN This is the raw format of the data which sometimes I'm too lazy to retype. It means that over a month they were averaging a little less than 4 trips per day and now it's a little less than 3 per day. So, basically they cancelled 8 flights per week or so. Airlines are doing A LOT of non-daily ops now, so these fractions are pervasive.
ABE-MDT 4>6 MAY- means an increase from 4 to 6 roundtrips starting in May and continuing
ABE-MDT 4>6 MAY-JUN, 5>6 JUL means the change is only for the stated period May to June and then a different change for July in the same route

AA
ORD-CVG 8>7 NOV-

AC
PIT-YYZ 2>3 NOV-

AS
PDX-LAS 4>3 NOV-
SEA-BLI 6>5 NOV-
SEA-BOI 7>6 NOV-
SEA-SJC 6>5 NOV-
SEA-SMF 5>4 NOV-
SEA-YKM 4>3 NOV-

F9
DEN-ASE 0>2 OCT-NOV; 0>3 DEC; 0>4 JAN-

NK
FLL-LAS 1>2 NOV- (reverses recent chg)

UA
IAD-BDL 5>4 DEC-FEB
DEN-FCA 2>1 DEC-FEB
DEN-LAS 8>7 DEC-FEB
DEN-GJT 7>8 DEC-FEB
DEN-GRR 1>2 DEC-
IAD-LAS 3>2 DEC-FEB
SFO-MMH 0>1 DEC-

US
LGA-CHS 2>3 DEC-
LGA-CMH 4>5 DEC-

WN
Based Upon Feb2011 before and after
ABQ-BWI 1.4>1.0
ABQ-DEN 2.9>2.8
ABQ-ELP 1.7>1.0
ABQ-LAS 5.1>4.7
ABQ-LAX 3.6>3.4
ABQ-MAF 0.9>1.0
ABQ-MCI 1.3>1.0
ABQ-MCO 1.1>1.0
ABQ-MDW 2.0>2.0
ABQ-OAK 2.7>1.9
ABQ-SAN 1.9>2.0
ABQ-SLC 0.9>1.0
ALB-BWI 4.7>4.5
ALB-MCO 2.4>3.0
ALB-MDW 2.0>2.0
AMA-DAL 5.3>5.7
AMA-DEN 1.9>2.0
AUS-BWI 2.3>1.9
AUS-DAL 10.6>11.0
AUS-DEN 3.0>2.8
AUS-ELP 3.1>3.6
AUS-HOU 4.4>4.6
AUS-LAX 1.9>1.8
AUS-LBB 1.9>1.7
AUS-MCO 1.1>1.0
AUS-MDW 1.9>1.8
AUS-OAK 0.9>1.0
AUS-PHX 3.6>3.7
AUS-SJC 0.0>1.9
AUS-TPA 0.9>1.0
BDL-BNA 0.9>1.0
BDL-BWI 7.1>6.8
BDL-FLL 0.9>1.0
BDL-LAS 0.9>1.0
BDL-MDW 3.0>1.9
BDL-TPA 1.9>2.0
BHM-BWI 2.6>2.7
BHM-DAL 3.0>2.9
BHM-JAX 0.9>1.0
BHM-MCO 2.1>2.0
BHM-MDW 1.9>1.7
BHM-SDF 1.4>1.0
BHM-TPA 2.0>1.9
BNA-BWI 6.0>6.5
BNA-CLE 1.7>1.9
BNA-DEN 3.0>2.7
BNA-DTW 1.7>1.9
BNA-FLL 1.9>2.0
BNA-HOU 3.7>3.6
BNA-JAX 2.9>2.8
BNA-LAS 2.9>2.0
BNA-MCI 2.7>2.9
BNA-MCO 3.6>4.8
BNA-MDW 6.3>6.4
BNA-MSY 3.0>2.8
BNA-ORF 0.9>1.0
BNA-PHL 2.0>1.9
BNA-PHX 1.7>2.7
BNA-RDU 3.7>3.6
BNA-RSW 0.0>0.6
BNA-STL 1.7>1.9
BNA-TPA 3.9>3.8
BOI-DEN 1.9>2.0
BOI-LAS 1.9>2.0
BOI-PDX 1.7>1.9
BOI-RNO 1.7>1.9
BOI-SEA 2.0>1.9
BOS-BWI 7.3>7.4
BOS-DEN 1.7>2.0
BOS-MDW 4.4>4.8
BOS-PHL 7.0>7.5
BOS-PHX 0.9>1.0
BUF-BWI 5.7>4.8
BUF-FLL 0.9>1.1
BUF-LAS 0.9>1.5
BUF-MCO 1.9>3.3
BUF-MDW 3.7>3.0
BUF-PHX 0.9>1.0
BUF-TPA 1.9>1.6
BUR-LAS 10.3>10.6
BUR-OAK 12.0>12.2
BUR-PHX 7.4>7.5
BUR-SJC 7.1>7.3
BUR-SMF 7.1>7.3
BWI-ABQ 1.4>1.0
BWI-ALB 4.7>4.5
BWI-AUS 2.4>1.8
BWI-BDL 6.7>6.8
BWI-BHM 2.9>2.7
BWI-BNA 6.0>6.5
BWI-BOS 7.1>7.5
BWI-BUF 5.3>4.8
BWI-CLE 3.6>2.8
BWI-CMH 4.4>3.7
BWI-DEN 3.9>3.7
BWI-DTW 3.3>2.9
BWI-FLL 4.1>4.5
BWI-HOU 2.9>2.8
BWI-IND 3.1>2.8
BWI-ISP 4.7>5.2
BWI-JAN 1.4>1.0
BWI-JAX 3.9>4.0
BWI-LAS 2.7>2.9
BWI-LAX 0.0>1.0
BWI-LGA 3.0>2.9
BWI-LIT 0.9>1.0
BWI-MCI 2.7>1.8
BWI-MCO 6.9>7.0
BWI-MDW 6.0>5.6
BWI-MHT 6.7>7.4
BWI-MKE 2.9>2.8
BWI-MSY 2.0>1.9
BWI-ORF 3.6>3.7
BWI-PBI 2.3>3.6
BWI-PHX 2.9>3.0
BWI-PIT 2.7>2.8
BWI-PVD 7.9>8.1
BWI-RSW 1.9>2.6
BWI-SAN 2.0>2.0
BWI-SAT 2.3>1.9
BWI-SDF 2.9>2.8
BWI-SLC 0.9>1.0
BWI-STL 4.7>3.7
BWI-TPA 4.4>5.8
CLE-BNA 1.7>1.9
CLE-BWI 3.7>2.8
CLE-LAS 0.9>1.0
CLE-MDW 6.0>5.7
CLE-STL 1.4>0.9
CMH-BNA 1.7>1.8
CMH-BWI 4.6>3.7
CMH-LAS 1.9>2.0
CMH-MCO 2.7>3.0
CMH-MDW 5.9>5.6
CMH-STL 1.9>1.7
CMH-TPA 1.7>2.0
DAL-ABQ 7.6>7.4
DAL-AMA 5.3>5.8
DAL-AUS 10.6>10.8
DAL-BHM 3.0>2.8
DAL-ELP 6.3>6.4
DAL-HOU 22.6>23.1
DAL-LBB 5.0>5.6
DAL-LIT 5.9>5.5
DAL-MAF 4.9>5.5
DAL-MCI 8.9>9.3
DAL-MSY 6.4>6.6
DAL-OKC 4.4>4.6
DAL-SAT 12.6>12.7
DAL-STL 7.3>7.3
DAL-TUL 5.0>4.6
DEN-ABQ 3.0>2.8
DEN-AMA 1.9>2.0
DEN-BDL 0.9>1.0
DEN-BOS 1.9>2.0
DEN-BWI 3.7>3.7
DEN-DTW 1.7>2.0
DEN-GEG 1.7>2.0
DEN-HOU 3.7>3.9
DEN-IAD 1.9>2.0
DEN-LAS 8.1>8.6
DEN-LAX 7.0>7.5
DEN-MCI 4.4>4.7
DEN-MDW 8.6>8.5
DEN-MSP 3.9>3.8
DEN-OAK 3.7>3.8
DEN-OKC 2.9>3.0
DEN-ONT 1.7>2.0
DEN-PDX 2.6>2.7
DEN-PHX 8.0>8.4
DEN-RDU 1.1>1.0
DEN-RNO 1.0>1.6
DEN-SAN 4.7>4.8
DEN-SAT 2.1>2.0
DEN-SEA 3.4>2.9
DEN-SJC 2.6>2.7
DEN-SMF 2.7>2.8
DEN-STL 3.9>3.7
DEN-TPA 1.7>2.0
DEN-TUL 2.9>2.7
DTW-BWI 3.3>2.8
DTW-DEN 1.9>2.0
DTW-MDW 5.3>5.7
DTW-STL 1.7>1.8
ECP-BNA 1.9>2.0
ECP-BWI 1.7>2.0
ECP-MCO 1.9>2.0
ELP-ABQ 1.7>1.0
ELP-AUS 3.0>3.6
ELP-DAL 6.7>6.6
ELP-HOU 2.6>2.7
ELP-LAS 2.7>3.0
ELP-LAX 2.9>2.4
ELP-PHX 5.3>5.4
ELP-SAN 0.9>1.0
ELP-SAT 2.4>2.7
FLL-ALB 0.9>1.0
FLL-BDL 0.9>1.0
FLL-BUF 1.0>1.1
FLL-BWI 4.3>4.5
FLL-DEN 1.7>2.0
FLL-HOU 1.9>2.0
FLL-JAX 4.7>4.8
FLL-MCO 4.7>5.0
FLL-MSY 2.0>1.9
FLL-PHL 2.9>3.0
FLL-PHX 0.0>1.0
FLL-PVD 1.6>2.1
FLL-STL 0.9>1.0
FLL-TPA 6.6>7.6
GEG-BOI 2.7>2.6
GEG-DEN 1.9>1.9
GEG-OAK 1.7>2.0
GEG-PDX 2.4>2.7
GEG-SEA 2.3>2.6
HOU-AUS 4.3>4.6
HOU-BHM 2.0>1.9
HOU-BNA 3.4>3.7
HOU-BWI 2.6>2.9
HOU-DAL 22.0>22.9
HOU-ECP 1.9>2.0
HOU-HRL 5.7>6.4
HOU-LIT 0.9>1.0
HOU-MAF 1.9>1.8
HOU-MCO 4.0>3.9
HOU-MDW 5.7>5.5
HOU-MSY 9.3>9.2
HOU-OKC 3.0>3.7
HOU-PHL 1.4>1.0
HOU-PHX 3.9>3.6
HOU-SAT 4.7>4.6
HOU-STL 3.4>3.6
HOU-TPA 3.7>3.8
HOU-TUL 3.1>3.5
HRL-AUS 0.9>1.0
HRL-HOU 5.7>6.4
IAD-DEN 1.7>2.0
IND-BWI 3.3>2.8
IND-DEN 2.7>2.9
IND-LAS 2.9>2.0
IND-MDW 3.1>2.9
IND-PHX 1.1>1.7
ISP-BWI 4.7>5.2
ISP-FLL 2.9>3.0
ISP-MDW 3.1>2.7
ISP-PBI 2.7>3.0
ISP-RSW 0.0>0.6
ISP-TPA 2.4>2.5
JAN-BWI 1.4>1.0
JAN-HOU 3.0>2.9
JAN-MDW 1.9>1.0
JAX-BHM 0.9>1.0
JAX-BNA 2.6>2.8
JAX-BWI 3.9>3.9
JAX-FLL 4.6>4.8
JAX-HOU 0.9>1.0
JAX-LAS 0.9>1.0
JAX-TPA 2.7>2.8
LAS-ABQ 5.0>4.7
LAS-ALB 0.9>1.0
LAS-AUS 2.9>3.0
LAS-BDL 0.9>1.0
LAS-BNA 2.9>2.0
LAS-BUF 1.0>1.5
LAS-BUR 10.6>10.7
LAS-CMH 1.7>2.0
LAS-DEN 7.9>8.7
LAS-ELP 2.9>3.0
LAS-GEG 1.9>2.0
LAS-HOU 3.7>3.9
LAS-IND 2.7>2.0
LAS-JAX 0.9>1.0
LAS-LAX 10.9>11.4
LAS-LBB 0.9>1.0
LAS-MAF 0.9>1.0
LAS-MCI 3.6>3.8
LAS-MCO 1.9>2.0
LAS-MDW 8.3>7.9
LAS-MKE 1.7>2.0
LAS-MSY 1.9>2.0
LAS-OAK 7.6>7.8
LAS-OKC 1.9>1.9
LAS-OMA 1.9>2.0
LAS-ONT 6.7>7.5
LAS-ORF 0.1>0.0
LAS-PDX 3.9>3.0
LAS-PHL 0.9>1.0
LAS-PHX 12.9>13.5
LAS-PVD 0.9>1.0
LAS-RNO 9.3>9.8
LAS-SAN 10.6>11.6
LAS-SAT 3.7>3.9
LAS-SEA 4.9>4.0
LAS-SFO 6.3>6.8
LAS-SLC 5.3>6.5
LAS-SMF 7.4>7.7
LAS-STL 3.7>3.0
LAS-TPA 2.0>1.9
LAS-TUL 1.0>1.1
LAS-TUS 4.7>4.9
LAX-ABQ 3.7>3.4
LAX-BWI 0.0>1.0
LAX-DEN 7.1>7.5
LAX-ELP 2.9>2.5
LAX-LAS 11.0>11.5
LAX-MCI 2.3>1.8
LAX-MDW 5.6>4.8
LAX-OAK 12.6>13.2
LAX-PHX 9.9>10.3
LAX-RNO 2.1>2.8
LAX-SAT 1.9>1.7
LAX-SFO 9.9>10.3
LAX-SJC 9.1>9.2
LAX-SLC 2.9>3.0
LAX-SMF 7.1>7.5
LAX-STL 1.9>1.9
LAX-TUS 4.3>4.7
LBB-ABQ 0.9>1.0
LBB-AUS 1.9>1.7
LBB-DAL 5.0>5.6
LGA-BWI 3.0>3.0
LGA-MDW 4.9>4.7
LIT-BWI 0.9>1.0
LIT-DAL 5.7>5.5
LIT-MDW 1.1>1.0
LIT-PHX 0.9>1.0
MAF-ABQ 0.9>1.0
MAF-DAL 5.0>5.6
MCI-ABQ 1.3>1.0
MCI-BNA 2.9>2.8
MCI-BWI 2.7>1.9
MCI-DAL 9.1>9.1
MCI-DEN 4.7>4.8
MCI-IND 1.9>1.8
MCI-LAS 3.6>3.9
MCI-LAX 2.1>1.9
MCI-MCO 2.1>3.0
MCI-MDW 8.9>8.8
MCI-MKE 2.9>2.0
MCI-OKC 2.0>1.9
MCI-PHX 2.9>3.0
MCI-SAN 1.7>1.9
MCI-SEA 0.9>0.0
MCI-STL 4.1>4.3
MCI-TPA 1.9>2.0
MCO-ABQ 1.1>1.0
MCO-ALB 2.4>3.0
MCO-AUS 1.1>1.0
MCO-BNA 3.9>4.8
MCO-BUF 1.9>3.3
MCO-BWI 6.7>7.0
MCO-DEN 2.7>2.9
MCO-ECP 1.9>2.0
MCO-FLL 4.7>4.9
MCO-HOU 4.0>4.0
MCO-IND 1.1>1.0
MCO-ISP 4.6>4.0
MCO-LAS 1.9>2.0
MCO-MCI 2.0>3.0
MCO-MDW 6.0>6.6
MCO-MHT 2.6>3.0
MCO-MKE 1.9>2.0
MCO-MSY 4.1>4.0
MCO-PHL 4.1>5.5
MCO-PHX 0.9>1.0
MCO-PIT 2.7>2.1
MCO-PVD 4.1>5.0
MCO-RDU 2.9>3.0
MCO-RSW 3.7>4.0
MCO-SAT 1.1>1.0
MCO-STL 3.9>3.6
MDW-ALB 1.9>2.0
MDW-AUS 2.0>1.9
MDW-BDL 3.1>2.0
MDW-BNA 6.6>6.3
MDW-BOS 4.9>4.7
MDW-BUF 3.6>3.0
MDW-BWI 6.1>5.6
MDW-CLE 6.0>5.7
MDW-CMH 5.6>5.5
MDW-DEN 8.6>8.6
MDW-DTW 5.1>5.6
MDW-HOU 5.3>5.6
MDW-IAD 5.7>5.4
MDW-IND 3.1>2.8
MDW-ISP 2.9>2.7
MDW-JAN 1.9>1.0
MDW-LAS 8.3>7.8
MDW-LAX 5.6>4.7
MDW-LGA 5.0>4.8
MDW-MCI 9.3>8.7
MDW-MCO 5.9>6.6
MDW-MHT 2.7>2.9
MDW-MSP 7.4>7.7
MDW-MSY 1.4>1.0
MDW-OAK 3.4>2.0
MDW-OMA 4.9>4.7
MDW-ORF 2.3>1.9
MDW-PDX 1.1>0.9
MDW-PHL 5.6>5.4
MDW-PHX 6.3>6.5
MDW-PIT 5.6>3.8
MDW-PVD 2.7>2.8
MDW-RDU 3.3>2.8
MDW-RNO 0.9>1.0
MDW-RSW 2.7>2.6
MDW-SAN 3.6>3.0
MDW-SAT 1.9>1.7
MDW-SDF 4.0>3.7
MDW-SEA 1.9>1.8
MDW-SFO 2.9>2.0
MDW-SJC 0.9>1.0
MDW-SMF 0.9>1.0
MDW-STL 8.4>8.4
MDW-TPA 4.6>4.6
MDW-TUS 1.0>2.0
MHT-BWI 6.6>7.3
MHT-LAS 0.9>1.0
MHT-MCO 2.7>3.0
MHT-MDW 2.6>2.8
MHT-PHL 3.6>3.7
MKE-BWI 2.7>2.8
MKE-LAS 1.9>2.0
MKE-MCI 2.7>2.0
MKE-PHX 1.0>2.0
MSP-DEN 3.6>3.8
MSP-MDW 7.3>7.7
MSP-STL 2.6>1.9
MSY-BHM 1.9>1.8
MSY-BNA 3.0>2.8
MSY-BWI 2.0>1.9
MSY-DAL 6.3>6.6
MSY-FLL 2.0>1.9
MSY-HOU 9.1>9.4
MSY-LAS 1.9>2.0
MSY-MCO 4.3>4.0
MSY-MDW 1.4>1.0
MSY-PHX 0.9>1.0
MSY-TPA 3.4>2.9
OAK-ABQ 2.7>1.8
OAK-BOI 1.9>1.9
OAK-BUR 11.6>12.2
OAK-DEN 3.6>3.7
OAK-GEG 2.0>1.9
OAK-HOU 1.9>1.7
OAK-LAS 7.4>7.9
OAK-LAX 12.9>13.3
OAK-MDW 3.4>2.0
OAK-ONT 6.9>7.5
OAK-PDX 5.3>5.3
OAK-PHX 5.7>5.8
OAK-RNO 2.4>2.9
OAK-SAN 10.4>11.6
OAK-SEA 6.4>5.4
OAK-SLC 3.3>3.7
OAK-SNA 6.0>6.7
OKC-DEN 2.9>3.0
OKC-HOU 3.1>3.7
OKC-MCI 2.0>1.8
OKC-STL 1.9>1.6
OMA-DEN 2.6>2.9
OMA-MDW 4.9>4.6
OMA-PHX 1.7>2.0
OMA-STL 2.7>2.7
ONT-LAS 6.6>7.6
ONT-OAK 7.0>7.5
ONT-PHX 6.7>7.4
ONT-SJC 4.7>4.6
ONT-SMF 7.1>7.4
ORF-JAX 1.7>1.9
ORF-LAS 0.1>0.0
ORF-MDW 2.1>1.9
PBI-BWI 2.4>3.6
PBI-ISP 2.9>3.0
PBI-PHL 1.3>2.0
PBI-TPA 3.9>3.6
PDX-DEN 2.7>2.8
PDX-GEG 2.4>2.6
PDX-LAS 3.9>3.0
PDX-MDW 1.1>0.9
PDX-OAK 5.3>5.4
PDX-PHX 2.7>2.8
PDX-RNO 2.0>1.9
PDX-SJC 3.9>3.6
PDX-SMF 5.6>5.6
PHL-BOS 7.3>7.5
PHL-DEN 2.7>2.9
PHL-FLL 2.9>3.0
PHL-HOU 1.3>1.0
PHL-JAX 0.9>1.0
PHL-LAS 0.9>1.0
PHL-MCO 4.3>5.5
PHL-MDW 5.7>5.6
PHL-MHT 3.4>3.6
PHL-PBI 1.4>2.0
PHL-PHX 1.1>1.0
PHL-PIT 5.3>5.1
PHL-PVD 3.4>3.7
PHL-RDU 3.6>2.9
PHL-STL 2.0>1.9
PHL-TPA 3.1>3.0
PHX-AUS 3.7>3.7
PHX-BNA 1.7>2.7
PHX-BWI 2.6>3.0
PHX-DEN 8.3>8.6
PHX-DTW 0.9>1.0
PHX-ELP 5.6>5.5
PHX-FLL 0.0>1.0
PHX-HOU 3.9>3.7
PHX-IND 1.0>1.9
PHX-LAS 13.1>13.6
PHX-LAX 9.7>10.2
PHX-MCI 2.6>3.0
PHX-MDW 6.7>6.5
PHX-MHT 0.9>1.0
PHX-MKE 1.0>2.0
PHX-OAK 5.6>5.8
PHX-OMA 1.9>2.0
PHX-ONT 6.7>7.4
PHX-PDX 2.7>2.8
PHX-RNO 2.3>2.7
PHX-SAN 10.3>11.0
PHX-SAT 2.7>2.9
PHX-SDF 0.9>1.0
PHX-SEA 3.4>3.9
PHX-SFO 4.4>4.5
PHX-SJC 5.1>5.3
PHX-SLC 6.1>6.6
PHX-SMF 5.0>5.4
PHX-SNA 7.0>7.3
PHX-STL 3.3>2.9
PHX-TUL 1.9>2.0
PIT-BWI 2.6>2.8
PIT-LAS 1.7>2.0
PIT-MCO 3.0>2.1
PIT-MDW 5.6>3.8
PIT-PHL 5.3>5.1
PIT-PHX 0.9>1.0
PIT-TPA 2.3>2.0
PVD-BWI 7.4>8.1
PVD-FLL 1.6>2.1
PVD-LAS 0.9>1.0
PVD-MCO 4.4>5.0
PVD-MDW 2.6>2.7
PVD-PHL 3.4>3.8
PVD-TPA 2.1>2.0
RDU-BNA 4.0>3.6
RDU-BWI 5.4>5.6
RDU-MCO 2.7>3.0
RDU-MDW 3.3>2.8
RDU-PHL 3.7>2.9
RDU-STL 0.9>1.0
RDU-TPA 2.7>2.8
RNO-BOI 1.7>1.8
RNO-DEN 1.0>1.5
RNO-LAS 9.1>9.8
RNO-LAX 2.3>2.9
RNO-OAK 2.3>2.8
RNO-PDX 2.1>1.9
RNO-PHX 2.1>2.7
RNO-SAN 1.9>2.0
RNO-SEA 0.9>1.0
RNO-SJC 2.3>2.9
RSW-BNA 0.0>0.6
RSW-BWI 1.9>2.6
RSW-ISP 0.0>0.6
RSW-MCO 3.9>4.0
RSW-MDW 2.9>2.6
RSW-PHL 0.9>1.0
RSW-STL 0.9>1.0
SAN-ABQ 1.9>2.0
SAN-BNA 0.9>1.0
SAN-BWI 2.0>2.0
SAN-DEN 4.6>4.7
SAN-ELP 0.9>1.0
SAN-HOU 1.7>1.9
SAN-LAS 10.7>11.6
SAN-MCI 1.9>1.8
SAN-MDW 3.4>3.0
SAN-OAK 10.6>11.5
SAN-PHX 10.7>11.2
SAN-RNO 2.1>1.9
SAN-SFO 7.9>8.3
SAN-SJC 8.4>8.6
SAN-SMF 9.1>10.5
SAN-TUS 2.9>3.7
SAT-BNA 1.9>1.8
SAT-BWI 2.3>1.8
SAT-DAL 12.4>12.6
SAT-DEN 2.1>2.0
SAT-ELP 2.3>2.7
SAT-HOU 4.7>4.6
SAT-LAX 1.9>1.7
SAT-MCO 1.1>1.0
SAT-MDW 2.0>1.9
SDF-BHM 1.4>1.0
SDF-BWI 3.0>2.8
SDF-MDW 4.1>3.7
SDF-PHX 0.9>1.0
SDF-STL 1.9>1.8
SEA-ABQ 1.7>2.0
SEA-BOI 1.7>2.0
SEA-DEN 3.3>3.0
SEA-GEG 2.3>2.6
SEA-LAS 4.9>3.9
SEA-MCI 1.0>0.0
SEA-MDW 1.9>1.8
SEA-OAK 6.4>5.4
SEA-PHX 3.6>3.8
SEA-RNO 0.9>1.0
SEA-SMF 3.9>3.7
SEA-STL 0.0>1.0
SFO-DEN 3.9>3.7
SFO-LAS 6.4>6.7
SFO-LAX 9.9>10.4
SFO-MDW 2.7>1.9
SFO-PHX 4.6>4.6
SFO-SAN 7.9>8.3
SFO-SNA 5.4>5.7
SJC-AUS 0.0>1.9
SJC-BUR 7.3>7.3
SJC-DEN 2.9>2.7
SJC-LAS 7.4>7.7
SJC-LAX 8.9>9.3
SJC-MDW 0.9>1.0
SJC-PDX 3.7>3.6
SJC-RNO 2.4>2.8
SJC-SAN 8.1>8.5
SJC-SEA 1.9>1.8
SJC-SNA 6.3>6.5
SLC-ABQ 0.9>1.0
SLC-BOI 1.7>1.9
SLC-DEN 5.7>5.6
SLC-LAS 5.3>6.4
SLC-LAX 3.0>2.9
SLC-OAK 3.1>3.7
SLC-PHX 6.1>6.6
SLC-RNO 0.9>1.0
SMF-BUR 7.0>7.2
SMF-DEN 2.7>2.8
SMF-LAS 7.6>7.7
SMF-LAX 7.3>7.5
SMF-MDW 0.9>1.0
SMF-ONT 7.0>7.4
SMF-PDX 5.4>5.6
SMF-PHX 5.0>5.4
SMF-SAN 9.9>10.4
SMF-SEA 3.6>3.8
SMF-SNA 5.1>5.8
SNA-DEN 2.9>2.8
SNA-LAS 7.1>7.7
SNA-MDW 0.9>1.0
SNA-OAK 6.4>6.6
SNA-PHX 7.0>7.3
SNA-SFO 5.3>5.7
SNA-SJC 6.1>6.6
SNA-SMF 5.4>5.8
STL-BOS 1.7>2.0
STL-BWI 4.6>3.6
STL-CLE 1.4>0.9
STL-DEN 3.9>3.7
STL-DTW 1.9>1.8
STL-LAS 3.9>3.0
STL-LAX 1.9>2.0
STL-LIT 1.7>1.9
STL-MCO 3.9>3.6
STL-MDW 8.4>8.3
STL-MSP 2.7>1.9
STL-OKC 1.9>1.6
STL-PHX 3.1>2.9
STL-SAN 0.9>1.0
STL-SDF 2.0>1.7
STL-SEA 0.0>1.0
STL-TPA 2.1>2.0
STL-TUL 1.9>1.7
TPA-BDL 1.9>2.0
TPA-BUF 2.0>1.6
TPA-BWI 4.9>5.8
TPA-CMH 1.9>2.0
TPA-DEN 1.7>2.0
TPA-FLL 6.3>7.6
TPA-HOU 3.7>3.8
TPA-ISP 2.4>2.5
TPA-JAX 2.6>2.7
TPA-LAS 2.0>1.9
TPA-MCI 1.9>2.0
TPA-MDW 4.4>4.6
TPA-MHT 1.9>2.0
TPA-MSY 3.1>2.9
TPA-PBI 3.9>3.6
TPA-PHL 3.1>3.0
TPA-PIT 2.3>2.0
TPA-RDU 2.9>2.8
TPA-STL 2.4>2.0
TUL-DAL 5.1>4.6
TUL-DEN 2.7>2.9
TUL-HOU 3.0>3.4
TUL-LAS 1.0>1.1
TUL-PHX 2.0>1.9
TUL-STL 1.9>1.7
TUS-DEN 1.7>1.9
TUS-LAS 4.7>4.8
TUS-LAX 4.4>4.8
TUS-MDW 1.1>2.0
TUS-SAN 2.9>3.8

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User currently offlinetharanga From United States of America, joined Apr 2009, 1865 posts, RR: 1
Reply 1, posted (4 years 2 months 1 week 1 day 22 hours ago) and read 9455 times:

oh dear, how long did it take to type in that WN list?

User currently offlineenilria From Canada, joined Feb 2008, 7422 posts, RR: 14
Reply 2, posted (4 years 2 months 1 week 1 day 22 hours ago) and read 9308 times:

Quoting tharanga (Reply 1):
oh dear, how long did it take to type in that WN list?

Don't ask. It's worse than you think because there were another 300 markets I had to filter out because they had a minor change in March only that would have shown as no change in February and then I get a chorus of people saying "why did you include XXX-YYY 2.8>2.8". I should note there are still some of those above. The reason is that it still rounded to the same number. Say, for example, that WN dropped one BHM-HOU flight on Feb15, but it was only that one day. Then it qualifies as a change and escaped my filter.

You've probably heard me talk about "cancel downs" in the past where airlines go through and do day of week cancellations on their schedule. WN now even does that (I think every carrier now does it) and this schedule reflects not only Winter frequency changes, but also at the same time they did their Winter cancel down.

In total there were about 2,200 routes (all airlines) with schedule alterations this week that impacted U.S. markets. That's about typical. I usually don't show the cancel downs, but WN's was too intermingled.

[Edited 2010-08-25 07:24:26]

User currently offlineSANFan From United States of America, joined Aug 2006, 5477 posts, RR: 12
Reply 3, posted (4 years 2 months 1 week 1 day 21 hours ago) and read 9081 times:

I don't know if you are aware, enilria, but WN often publishes a complete list of changes (including comparisons between schedules) when they release a new, optimized schedule; it was discussed (and linked) in a thread here I think last week. You might check that out and save yourself a heap of work!

Here's the link to the latest pdf chart:
http://blogsouthwest.com/files/Jan%2...eb%202011%20changes%20to%20Nov.pdf

I, as most, do appreciate all your hard work here. Just trying to save you some unnecessary work.

bb

[Edited 2010-08-25 08:07:28]

User currently offlinejlbmedia From United States of America, joined Jun 2002, 622 posts, RR: 0
Reply 4, posted (4 years 2 months 1 week 1 day 21 hours ago) and read 9010 times:
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Enilria, Just a note to thank-you for all the hard work you put into this weekly e-mail. I always look forward to it! John.


JLB54061
User currently offlinebrilondon From Canada, joined Aug 2005, 4318 posts, RR: 1
Reply 5, posted (4 years 2 months 1 week 1 day 21 hours ago) and read 8907 times:

You are definatly an asset to the A.net community. Thank you.   


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User currently offlineenilria From Canada, joined Feb 2008, 7422 posts, RR: 14
Reply 6, posted (4 years 2 months 1 week 1 day 20 hours ago) and read 8803 times:

Quoting SANFan (Reply 3):
I don't know if you are aware, enilria, but WN often publishes a complete list of changes (including comparisons between schedules) when they release a new, optimized schedule; it was discussed (and linked) in a thread here I think last week. You might check that out and save yourself a heap of work!

I'm aware, but that's not in a format I can convert. The advantage of this thread is that it is all-encompassing. I don't wanna just link out to other sources. Additionally, this is all sourced from OAG and as far as I know there may be differences between what they put on there and what they actually offer for sale to the public. I wouldn't be surprised. Thanks, though!

Quoting brilondon (Reply 5):
You are definatly an asset to the A.net community. Thank you.
Quoting jlbmedia (Reply 4):
Enilria, Just a note to thank-you for all the hard work you put into this weekly e-mail. I always look forward to it! John.

 


User currently offlineenilria From Canada, joined Feb 2008, 7422 posts, RR: 14
Reply 7, posted (4 years 2 months 1 week 1 day 20 hours ago) and read 8690 times:

Quoting enilria (Thread starter):
WN
Based Upon Feb2011 before and after

One of the things that I think is interesting is that since WN is not a true hub-and-spoke, they are able to re-route flights fairly easily from one place to another. I think we are seeing WN "re-hub" out of BNA/MCI/LAS and into DEN and STL. I know that's not news, but it's an interesting phenomena unique to WN. Carriers with rigid hub structures really don't make those kinds of shifts unless it's between their 4 to 6 hubs. WN can shift around all their stations because they aren't bound by the constraints of bank structures and leases on 50 gates in a city.


User currently offlineenilria From Canada, joined Feb 2008, 7422 posts, RR: 14
Reply 8, posted (4 years 2 months 1 week 1 day 19 hours ago) and read 8527 times:

Quoting enilria (Thread starter):
AS
PDX-LAS 4>3 NOV-
SEA-BLI 6>5 NOV-
SEA-BOI 7>6 NOV-
SEA-SJC 6>5 NOV-
SEA-SMF 5>4 NOV-
SEA-YKM 4>3 NOV-

Looks like AS parked an airplane or two. Probably related to QX down-sizing.


User currently offlineSanti319 From Mexico, joined Dec 2005, 402 posts, RR: 0
Reply 9, posted (4 years 2 months 1 week 1 day 19 hours ago) and read 8448 times:

Quoting jlbmedia (Reply 4):

Enilria, Just a note to thank-you for all the hard work you put into this weekly e-mail. I always look forward to it! John.


JLB54061

Deffinetly your hard work does not go unnoticed, specially by people like me that commute, I can plan my life ahead lol....thank you!!!


User currently offlineAVLAirlineFreq From United States of America, joined Jun 2008, 1066 posts, RR: 0
Reply 10, posted (4 years 2 months 1 week 1 day 18 hours ago) and read 8314 times:

Many thanks, enilria. Your hard work is always appreciated.      

User currently offlinehatbutton From United States of America, joined Mar 2005, 1500 posts, RR: 14
Reply 11, posted (4 years 2 months 1 week 1 day 18 hours ago) and read 8283 times:

Quoting enilria (Reply 8):
Looks like AS parked an airplane or two. Probably related to QX down-sizing.

We were supposed to have returned 2 -700s to the lessor, but I think I just heard we extended the leases. So this is just a seasonal shift from what I can see.


User currently offlineenilria From Canada, joined Feb 2008, 7422 posts, RR: 14
Reply 12, posted (4 years 2 months 1 week 1 day 18 hours ago) and read 8269 times:

Quoting hatbutton (Reply 11):
We were supposed to have returned 2 -700s to the lessor, but I think I just heard we extended the leases. So this is just a seasonal shift from what I can see.

Every time I see your ID I think of "Haliburton"!!!

When did they change their plans? If may the plan to pull the two planes from service was already in the pipeline and now they need a new plan.

Quoting AVLAirlineFreq (Reply 10):
Many thanks, enilria. Your hard work is always appreciated.
Quoting Santi319 (Reply 9):
Deffinetly your hard work does not go unnoticed, specially by people like me that commute, I can plan my life ahead lol....thank you!!!

 


User currently offlinehatbutton From United States of America, joined Mar 2005, 1500 posts, RR: 14
Reply 13, posted (4 years 2 months 1 week 1 day 17 hours ago) and read 8147 times:

Quoting enilria (Reply 12):
When did they change their plans? If may the plan to pull the two planes from service was already in the pipeline and now they need a new plan.

The overall schedule changes going forward ended up being more than previously planned. So once it all was hashed out they realized they'd be short an airplane to fill all the departures. So these leases were extended.

Quoting enilria (Reply 12):
Every time I see your ID I think of "Haliburton"!!!

I tried to get "Halliburton" but Dick Cheney already took it. Though he rarely posts on here.


User currently offlineenilria From Canada, joined Feb 2008, 7422 posts, RR: 14
Reply 14, posted (4 years 2 months 1 week 1 day 17 hours ago) and read 8102 times:

Quoting hatbutton (Reply 14):
The overall schedule changes going forward ended up being more than previously planned. So once it all was hashed out they realized they'd be short an airplane to fill all the departures. So these leases were extended.

Hmm, I wonder where these two lines they are pulling fit in. It's an amazing coincidence it's the same number of A/C.


User currently offlineSANFan From United States of America, joined Aug 2006, 5477 posts, RR: 12
Reply 15, posted (4 years 2 months 1 week 1 day 16 hours ago) and read 7813 times:

Quoting enilria (Reply 7):
I think we are seeing WN "re-hub" out of BNA/MCI/LAS and into DEN and STL. I know that's not news, but it's an interesting phenomena unique to WN.


I disagree. DEN is obviously still THE ONE for WN although I think I'm seeing a rather subtle decline in the growth (huh?) at this station lately. I think they are reaching saturation and maybe (hopefully) thinking about getting back into some new p-2-p flying between some (gulp, dare I say it...) other cities.

I personally am not seeing the growth you attribute to STL either, nor do I see the decline at LAS. (I'm not familiar enough with MCI and BNA to realize a trend at either of those stations.) I think the economy in general, and specifically in certain cities such as LAS, has affected WN's op's at some stations and we will see "corrections" as things improve. If I am not mistaken, I believe Bill Owen even mentioned that LAS is (or will be) the station with the most WN departures early next year.

But I do agree with your belief that WN can change their route structure at will and certainly much easier than anyone else; I think they have been heading toward this capability for the last few years and they are now in the envious position of being able to do exactly as you say: Hubs-on-Wheels.

WN never ceases to amaze me. I remain as big a fan as ever!

bb


User currently offlineazncsa4qf744er From United States of America, joined Oct 2003, 692 posts, RR: 0
Reply 16, posted (4 years 2 months 1 week 1 day 14 hours ago) and read 7411 times:

Quoting enilria (Thread starter):
SFO-MMH 0>1 DEC-



Service start on December 16, 2010.


User currently offlineenilria From Canada, joined Feb 2008, 7422 posts, RR: 14
Reply 17, posted (4 years 2 months 1 week 1 day 13 hours ago) and read 7074 times:

Quoting SANFan (Reply 15):
I think I'm seeing a rather subtle decline in the growth (huh?) at this station lately

It's pretty subtle apparently, looks more like an increase to me. Year-over-year DEN WN capacity was +6% in Feb 2010. As of October 2010 its +38%. Jan 2011 is +35%.

Quoting SANFan (Reply 15):
I think they are reaching saturation

Reach-ED saturation long ago, but doesn't seem to be stopping them.

Quoting SANFan (Reply 15):
I personally am not seeing the growth you attribute to STL either

WN capacity in STL is up 33% YOY as of December 2010. MCI was down 7% this Summer, but is now down 2%.

Quoting SANFan (Reply 15):
nor do I see the decline at LAS.

LAS was down an average of 5% the first half of the year, but is now flat. LAS peaked in May 2008 for WN and was 10% lower this May than that peak.


User currently offlineenilria From Canada, joined Feb 2008, 7422 posts, RR: 14
Reply 18, posted (4 years 2 months 1 week 1 day 13 hours ago) and read 7052 times:

Quoting SANFan (Reply 15):
I believe Bill Owen even mentioned that LAS is (or will be) the station with the most WN departures early next year.

True, but LAS has been their #1 station since 2004 by departures and the gap to MDW has greatly decreased in the last few years.


User currently offlineBooDog From United States of America, joined Nov 2007, 257 posts, RR: 0
Reply 19, posted (4 years 2 months 1 week 1 day 9 hours ago) and read 6255 times:

Quoting brilondon (Reply 5):
You are definatly an asset to the A.net community. Thank you.

        



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User currently offlineMeteorologist From United States of America, joined Nov 2004, 137 posts, RR: 0
Reply 20, posted (4 years 2 months 1 week 1 day 8 hours ago) and read 6044 times:

Quoting enilria (Reply 8):
AS
PDX-LAS 4>3 NOV-
SEA-BLI 6>5 NOV-
SEA-BOI 7>6 NOV-
SEA-SJC 6>5 NOV-
SEA-SMF 5>4 NOV-
SEA-YKM 4>3 NOV-

Isn't this two cuts of SEA-BOI in recent weeks? I'm not shocked to see PDX-LAS cut by one either...never seem full when I've been on them...such as on Friday  


User currently offlineenilria From Canada, joined Feb 2008, 7422 posts, RR: 14
Reply 21, posted (4 years 2 months 1 week 22 hours ago) and read 5503 times:

Quoting BooDog (Reply 19):

 
Quoting Meteorologist (Reply 20):
Isn't this two cuts of SEA-BOI in recent weeks? I'm not shocked to see PDX-LAS cut by one either...never seem full when I've been on them...such as on Friday

Hadn't noticed SEA-BOI, but I think in general it is fair to say that AS/QX has been in reverse in BOI for a long time. Maybe about the time WN entered BOI ~10 years ago.

PDX-LAS is a little odd for November given that LAS is normally pretty decent until mid-December, but I think this was more about taking airplanes out of service than managing seasonal demand IMHO.


User currently offlineScottB From United States of America, joined Jul 2000, 6798 posts, RR: 32
Reply 22, posted (4 years 2 months 1 week 22 hours ago) and read 5450 times:

Quoting enilria (Reply 2):
You've probably heard me talk about "cancel downs" in the past where airlines go through and do day of week cancellations on their schedule. WN now even does that (I think every carrier now does it) and this schedule reflects not only Winter frequency changes, but also at the same time they did their Winter cancel down.

Well, they do and they don't. WN is somewhat unique in that they don't typically allow bookings out past 120-210 days; once they open the schedule for reservations, the number of "cancel downs" ends up being pretty minimal. (I believe they don't like having to call passengers to rebook.) They also don't do much (if any?) in the way of mid-week cancellations; they have a Monday-Friday schedule, a Saturday schedule, and a Sunday schedule. But they do appear to have become more aggressive in managing things on a week-to-week basis.


User currently offlineenilria From Canada, joined Feb 2008, 7422 posts, RR: 14
Reply 23, posted (4 years 2 months 1 week 20 hours ago) and read 5363 times:

Quoting ScottB (Reply 22):
Well, they do and they don't. WN is somewhat unique in that they don't typically allow bookings out past 120-210 days; once they open the schedule for reservations, the number of "cancel downs" ends up being pretty minimal. (I believe they don't like having to call passengers to rebook.) They also don't do much (if any?) in the way of mid-week cancellations; they have a Monday-Friday schedule, a Saturday schedule, and a Sunday schedule. But they do appear to have become more aggressive in managing things on a week-to-week basis.

Actually you'd be surprised. They are starting to do a fair amount of mid-week cancellations. Look at all the fractional reductions above. I agree with you that they don't do their "cancel downs" dynamically. Meaning, they don't wait to see how many bookings they have before canceling flights. They tend to use historical data and simply never sell the flight in question in the first place. That's the way the industry used to be and I give WN credit for the morality of not using passengers as guinea pigs to determine if there is enough demand for a flight before cancelling it.

OTOH, it may not be WN's morality. Above I stated how WN's network allows them to move capacity around easily from one city to another. What their network does not allow them to do is do simple cancel downs. Whereas DL can just cancel a mid-day ATL-BHM-ATL without really causing any problems WN would create tons of problems if they tried to do that. It's rare in their network that an airplane just turns around and comes back so it's almost impossible to whack a simple roundtrip on the fly without stranding a plane and its crew somewhere.


User currently offlineScottB From United States of America, joined Jul 2000, 6798 posts, RR: 32
Reply 24, posted (4 years 2 months 1 week 14 hours ago) and read 5201 times:

Quoting enilria (Reply 23):
They are starting to do a fair amount of mid-week cancellations.

I looked at a random week in February and wasn't able to find mid-week cancellations in the print schedule. I think the fractional changes are coming from tweaks to the Saturday/Sunday schedules.


25 enilria : You know what, you are right. The cut on Saturday is so heavy I assumed from the %s that it had to be more than one day. Aside from a few flights wit
26 ScottB : I believe that happens to get aircraft in place for certain Saturday-only routes -- usually those weird Friday-only flights are in the evening or lat
27 enilria : You mean charter activity? There isn't much charter business in January/February compared to other months. The numbers above include Saturday only fl
28 ScottB : No, in the sense that WN operates (or has in the past) a handful of Saturday-only scheduled routes as well as different schedule timings on Saturday.
29 BlatantEcho : Any insight into Air Canada - PDX-YYC? I am trying to book PDX-YYC-LHR in March '11, and the PDX-YYC sector (which was showing last week), is currentl
30 enilria : As of my last update it was daily. Sounds like the change is more recent.
31 BlatantEcho : I printed out the AC sched, effective Sep 7, and it shows daily after that.... but can't book it currently except Saturdays. I usually don't track sch
32 enilria : I'll get a new schedule load in a couple of minutes. I'll look for it.[Edited 2010-09-07 06:59:38]
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