I dont think either route would work. I know DFW-GYE would be dead in the water. DFW-UIO, maybe one day with a 319, but I still dont see it.
Now that DFW is getting service to BOG and LIM, its South American network is pretty well set. The only other thing would be if AA could get DFW-CCS on a daily basis but the Venezualan government wont hear it.
DFW Fan Boy: Im crude, irreverent, and blunt, but Im not clueless. I offer no apologies.
SCL767 From Chile, joined Feb 2006, 8316 posts, RR: 5 Reply 9, posted (4 months 2 weeks 4 days 8 hours ago) and read 719 times:
Quoting yellowtail (Reply 1): IMHO, AA would like to ultimately have (at a minimum) double dailies to most major markets in the Caribbean and Lat America. It provides them with good selling tool over UA, DL, AV etc
Also, when you consider that AA codeshares with LAN (and will eventually codeshare with TAM), AA will be able to offer their customers even more non-stop flights to key destinations in South America. For example, AA/LA currently operate 3 daily non-stop flights between MIA and UIO, AA/LA will soon offer their customers 4 daily non-stop flights between MIA and BOG, etc.