Ok, now i am pretty sure i remember when US filed for ch. 11 several months ago that part of there business plan was to obviously cut the number of flts, but also to focus more on their hubs, PHL, PIT, CLT, and decrease the number of point-point service. I also know how important BOS, LGA, and DCA are for them and some of their routes are very profitable.
However what i am not understanding is the carribean flts from LGA, DCA, and now from BOS. Now, the flts from LGA and DCA are the only available flts to the Carribean from those airports but are they really that profitable??? Also why is US trying to start Carribean service at BOS? AA already has a decent hold on that market with A300 and comparable aircraft flying between SJU-BOS, while US will have 2x weekly A320's. Is it really worth US to fly these routes, or should they just use the aircraft to increase their Carribean operation at CLT and PHL???