flyboy80
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AE's CR7 Routes

Mon Jul 21, 2003 6:01 am

Hey, how many CR7s does American Eagle have currently? I know they had 25 or something like that on Order, also are all these aircraft flying out of DFW?
 
dsuairptman
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RE: AE's CR7 Routes

Mon Jul 21, 2003 6:08 am

All AE CR7s are based out of DFW.

I know of these routes

DFW-CLE
DFW-BOI
DFW-TUL
DFW-OKC
DFW-HOU

I hope this helps.
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RE: AE's CR7 Routes

Mon Jul 21, 2003 6:09 am

There are 15 of them in service I believe.

Cities from DFW:
HOU, GSO, LIT, CLE, CRP, TUL, OKC, DSM, ICT, XNA, TYS

Starting mid-August they will fly XNA-LAX as well (aircraft will be routed DFW-XNA-LAX-XNA-DFW).
 
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RE: AE's CR7 Routes

Mon Jul 21, 2003 6:11 am

DFW-BOI

American Eagle no longer flies to Boise.
 
bombayhog
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RE: AE's CR7 Routes

Mon Jul 21, 2003 6:13 am

As of May 2003 they officially had 10 CR7s in the fleet. I don't know how many more have come since then, if any.
 
tekelberry
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RE: AE's CR7 Routes

Mon Jul 21, 2003 6:15 am

As of November 2003, American Eagle will fly 1 CR7 DFW-MKE.
 
dsuairptman
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RE: AE's CR7 Routes

Mon Jul 21, 2003 6:18 am

When was BOI cut? It was the first AE CR7 route, you know.
GEAUX SAINTS!
 
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RE: AE's CR7 Routes

Mon Jul 21, 2003 6:20 am

Boise has been gone for months.

There are currently 13 CRJ-700 in the American Eagle fleet.
 
citationjet
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RE: AE's CR7 Routes

Mon Jul 21, 2003 7:31 am

I flew an AE CRJ-700 DFW to ICT on June 6.
AE currently has one round trip a day to ICT.
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VIflyer
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RE: AE's CR7 Routes

Mon Jul 21, 2003 8:27 am

14 total in service as of today, the highest tail # is N513

The cities served are:
DFW-TUL
DFW-ICT
DFW-LIT
DFW-CLE
DFW-GSO
DFW-OKC
DFW-CRP
DFW-XNA
DFW-HOU
DFW-DAY

But I've also seen them in DSM and SDF from time to time.
and soon XNA-LAX.
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RE: AE's CR7 Routes

Mon Jul 21, 2003 8:42 am

Can someone explain to me why Northwest Arkansas needs nonstop service to LAX (or anywhere else for that matter) ?

Seriously - whats suddenly the draw there that all these carriers are falling all over themselves to fly there ?

Tony
 
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RE: AE's CR7 Routes

Mon Jul 21, 2003 8:53 am

Can someone explain to me why Northwest Arkansas needs nonstop service to LAX (or anywhere else for that matter) ?

Seriously - whats suddenly the draw there that all these carriers are falling all over themselves to fly there ?


The world's largest corporation is headquartered there. Wal-Mart.
Also Tyson Chicken is headquartered there.

Wal-Mart traffic alone makes all routes out of XNA profitable. What Wal-Mart wants, Wal-Mart gets.
 
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VIflyer
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RE: AE's CR7 Routes

Mon Jul 21, 2003 8:58 am

Two things Walmart and Tyson. Walmart purchases 90% of the tickets that on AE flights (especially on the LGA-XNA route) even if the plane is empty. From DFW to XNA that plane is rarely empty. From ORD the loads were so high that it was transferred to AA on a F100 (AE still does weekend service but no overnighters).

Plus from what I've heard the XNA-LAX flight is going to get a real meal service, some no other AE flight does (the exception is the N.E. Business market flight BOS-LGA-DCA, but those are small snack packs)
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gigneil
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RE: AE's CR7 Routes

Mon Jul 21, 2003 9:12 am

AA seems to get in on the deals across the board... they also fly the 777 RDU-LGW, with the coach class section nearly empty, while GlaxoSmithKline foots the bill.

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