I think it will be very interesting to see what ACA
does in the near future. The idea of going independent is a very interesting idea indeed. I would have thought that with UAL wanting to drop them, ACA
would try to offer their services to another airline, but this does not seem to be the case. I've always wondered if a new entrant could fly just regional jets and make a profit?
It would seem to me, just my opinion of course, that ACA
would be best to stay away from Airbus or Boeing aircraft and maybe adopt a point-to-point structure with all of the CRJs. Not sure if it could work, but it would be an interesting concept nevertheless, and might just give Southwest, JetBlue, and Air Tran a run for their money on the east coast market.