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Airlines With Hubs Outside Own Country

Wed Apr 24, 2002 8:26 am

I can think of three right off:

Northwest at Narita
Iberia at Miami
American at San Juan (depends on how you view US-Puerto Rican relations)

Any others?

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RE: Airlines With Hubs Outside Own Country

Wed Apr 24, 2002 8:27 am

UA at NRT, formerly Pan Am.
 
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RE: Airlines With Hubs Outside Own Country

Wed Apr 24, 2002 8:28 am

Iberia at Miami ???


someone explain???
 
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RE: Airlines With Hubs Outside Own Country

Wed Apr 24, 2002 8:29 am

Didn't PAN AM also have a hub at Frankfurt?

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RE: Airlines With Hubs Outside Own Country

Wed Apr 24, 2002 8:30 am

Iberia has a mini hub at MIA to feed it's traffic to latin america from Spain.

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RE: Airlines With Hubs Outside Own Country

Wed Apr 24, 2002 8:31 am

Qantas/British Airways at Singapore
 
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RE: Airlines With Hubs Outside Own Country

Wed Apr 24, 2002 8:32 am

NW at AMS
 
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RE: Airlines With Hubs Outside Own Country

Wed Apr 24, 2002 8:39 am

Air France at Miami?

(To our Miami correspondent: where in the Caribbean from MIA does AF fly?)

Joe
 
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RE: Airlines With Hubs Outside Own Country

Wed Apr 24, 2002 8:46 am

How about CO at GUM...Is that technically a hub? Is it only for Continental Micronesia? Does Continental Micronesia even exist anymore?

I guess Guam is technically in the US anyway...I guess it depends on how you view it, like AA at SJU
 
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RE: Airlines With Hubs Outside Own Country

Wed Apr 24, 2002 8:48 am

-Qantas at Singapore
-Mexicana at Miami
-Air France at Miami
-El Al/North American at JFK (depending on how you look at it)
-Cathay Pacific at Taipei?
-Seemed like Swissair used to have one at Malabo, Equatorial Guinea...from there, they served something like 5 cities.

These are pretty broad definitions of a hub, btw...

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RE: Airlines With Hubs Outside Own Country

Wed Apr 24, 2002 10:07 am

FedEx - Subic Bay (RPLB), Paris (LFPG)
 
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RE: Airlines With Hubs Outside Own Country

Wed Apr 24, 2002 10:30 am

From MIA AF flies to CDG, PAP, CAY, FDF, and PTP.
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RE: Airlines With Hubs Outside Own Country

Wed Apr 24, 2002 10:43 am

Pan Am in the Dominican Republic.

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RE: Airlines With Hubs Outside Own Country

Wed Apr 24, 2002 1:42 pm

TW @ CDG
BOS, JFK, IAD, STL, LAX, VIE, MUC, ZRH, GVA, TLV in the 90's
Next up: STL-OAK-RNO-LAS-ICT-STL
 
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RE: Airlines With Hubs Outside Own Country

Wed Apr 24, 2002 3:05 pm

LanChile at Lima,Perú
 
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RE: Airlines With Hubs Outside Own Country

Wed Apr 24, 2002 4:25 pm

Lest we should forget: Ryanair at 'Frankfurt' Hahn.
 
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RE: Airlines With Hubs Outside Own Country

Wed Apr 24, 2002 5:48 pm

AF airbus 320 is not based in MIA but in the french west indies PTP/FDF. Flights are from there to CAY/HAV/PAP/MIA .
 
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RE: Airlines With Hubs Outside Own Country

Wed Apr 24, 2002 5:51 pm

FlyVS007, FR´s socalled "hub" is a BASE by common definition, not a hub as it simply lacks the connections with 17 daily flights.

Add UPS with CGN (Cologne/Bonne) to the list.

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RE: Airlines With Hubs Outside Own Country

Wed Apr 24, 2002 6:15 pm

I wouldn't technically agree with BA/QF at SIN. Although they have many flights there, they are purely stopovers on long-haul services that allow connections. They do not "start" services from there to 3rd countries other than Australia.
 
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RE: Airlines With Hubs Outside Own Country

Wed Apr 24, 2002 6:27 pm

Air NZ at LAX and SYD. Although LAX is the only destination outside of NZ that they fly to from SYD they have about 7-8 daily flights.
 
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RE: Airlines With Hubs Outside Own Country

Wed Apr 24, 2002 8:38 pm

AA at San Juan doesn't count because Puerto Rico is 100% part of the US.
 
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Flying-Tiger

Wed Apr 24, 2002 10:01 pm

Well, we were using the term "hub" pretty broady in this whole topic. And if I want to fly to Bournemouth from Stansted, then I have to fly to Hahn.

But if you're not happy with that...then there's the obvious that was staring me in the face:

Stansted...definitely not in Ireland.
 
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RE: Airlines With Hubs Outside Own Country

Wed Apr 24, 2002 10:30 pm

I wouldn't call Amsterdam a hub for NW. Or do they fly to any other destination from there apart from the US ???
 
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RE: Airlines With Hubs Outside Own Country

Wed Apr 24, 2002 11:09 pm

B737-700: Well they do have short-haul codeshare flights with KLM...

FlyVS007: I thought of Ryanair and Hahn at first, too. But keep in mind that Ryanair offers "point-to-point" flights only, so it's not really a hub, you have to check-in for every single flight, and if one flight is delayed and you miss the connecting flight, they do not offer compensation. On their website they literally tell you not to connect from one FR flight to another.
 
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RE: Airlines With Hubs Outside Own Country

Thu Apr 25, 2002 1:36 am

And NW does fly daily 747-400 to BOM from AMS.
 
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RE: Airlines With Hubs Outside Own Country

Thu Apr 25, 2002 2:03 am

Aeroflot used to have a hub at Shannon and a mini hub at MIA. At one point Aeroflot had 52 flight a week out of SNN mostly to ORD, JFK, MIA, IAD, MEX, and HAV. From MIA they flew out to Santiago, Mexico, Lima.
 
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RE: Airlines With Hubs Outside Own Country

Thu Apr 25, 2002 6:08 am

Of course there could be various definitions of a hub. Should planes and crews be based there?
Finnair has a hub at Stockholm´s Arlanda Airport. They used to have flights to nine cities from Stockholm, most of them outside Finland (Milan, Madrid, Brussels etc.) Now I think it consists of only five cities. All flights originate in Helsinki. Is this a hub or not?
(I myself thought that the strong AY presence in Stockholm would reattract alliance-partner Cathay Pacific, but I was wrong)
 
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RE: Airlines With Hubs Outside Own Country

Thu Apr 25, 2002 7:24 am


Where does Mexicana fly to from MIA?

Thankx,
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RE: Airlines With Hubs Outside Own Country

Thu Apr 25, 2002 7:38 am

From MIA, MX currently only flies to MEX, CUN, and SDQ. They will add SAL, BOG, and CCS by year's end. Also rumorus they may add ACA.
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RE: Airlines With Hubs Outside Own Country

Thu Apr 25, 2002 7:41 am

KLM at Kuala Lumpur
Air New Zealand at LAX/SYD
Iberia at MIA
Easyjet at Barcelona, Geneva, and there's one or two more I can't remember
UA and NW at Tokyo Narita
I know there's more, but I can't think of them all at the moment
 
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RE: Airlines With Hubs Outside Own Country

Thu Apr 25, 2002 7:50 am

Ryanair is Irish, but it has its main hub in London Stansted.

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