DEN-CDG is a potential route. Air France does plan on starting the route eventually. But I don't think we'll see it until 2004 since Air France will not be doing any expansion until they are privatized.
As many of you know, Lufthansa has expressed interest in starting DEN-MUC in the future.
As odd as it sounds that Lufthansa is interested in DEN-MUC, it really isn't all that surprising. Denver (along with the rest of Colorado) has an extremely large Bavarian population which is where Munich is located. While it does not mean a DEN-MUC route would be successful, this is why Lufthansa has expressed interest in DEN-MUC. The demographics look good.
I don't think we'll be seeing DEN-MUC in the near future. Just thought I'd clarify a bit after that post a while ago about potential MUC routes. I see MUC-PEK coming....
Air Canada has also expressed interest in YUL-BEY. It'll be difficult for MEA to do YUL-BEY. With there current financial problems and lack of aircraft, I don't see how they would be able to pull it off. They only have 9 aircraft, 3 A320s, 2 A321s, 3 A310-200s, and 1 A300-600R. All 9 of there aircraft are leased.
To cut costs, MEA recently ordered 6 A321s, and will be leasing 3 A330-200s to replace it's entire fleet. This way MEA will own most of there fleet and would only have to pay monthly lease fees on the A330s.
However, the A330s will be used on CDG, LHR, some Middle East and African routes.
I don't see how they'd do YUL-BEY. At least not in the near future. I could see a code-share happening soon. Air France and MEA have a code-share agreement on CDG-BEY.
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