You're welcome CO, glad to help. I keep up with ROC service issues over the Net (including reports from observant a.net forum members in Rochester
), and through talking with folks at home. I keep track of airline flight schedules on the Net and grab paper ones whenever I'm at the airport. (which is often, since I live with and around students who travel to visit their families, and I often give rides to the airport).
I don't know exact enplanement figures but read in the Upstate newspapers that JetBlue is doing well at all three markets. At ROC, the load factors must be very high, because UA has four 319s-320's daily to ORD, plus several CRJ's to IAD. If JetBlue is now carrying more pax than them, and UA has cut back capacity sharply, that would have to be at least 80-85 percent loads, probably higher.
Mexitli--I wouldn't look for AirTran to compete directly with WN at ALB. They seem to be following a strategy of going after markets WN has spurned--like ROC-BWI, and routes WN doesn't fly, like LGA, EWR, and BOS. If AirTran enters ALB, which I think is at least possible given US Airways' weakness, I'd look for 3 dailies to ATL. They probably wouldn't go head to head with WN to MCO or BWI.