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What Defines "In Season" For Airline Schedules?

Wed Dec 18, 2002 10:41 am

For instance, "In season" British flys a 747-400 into SEA, the flight is currently flown with a 777-200. Another example would be English charters into SFB, during season. What are the typical dates for this type of arrangement?

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RE: What Defines "In Season" For Airline Schedules?

Wed Dec 18, 2002 11:32 am

In season is definately summer, and I think the dates are April to September or whatever dates the airlines print out their new timetables.
 
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RE: What Defines "In Season" For Airline Schedules?

Wed Dec 18, 2002 2:20 pm

I think the phrase "in season" is different for each different area. For example, the tourist season for Europe is summer, while the season for Florida is now through late winter/early spring.

Don't know why they call it "tourist season" - You can't shoot them!

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