I think we all are getting ahead of ourselves. As I mentioned, the San Jose airport invited BA
to look at their facilities. BA
was not enquiring by themselves. Airports throughout the nation would like expanded flight ops so it is quite common for an airport to try to attract various carriers. There are other airports throughout the West seeking BA
and other international carriers. I believe BA
recently suspended service to SAN
. If SAN
could not support or sustain BA
service, how can SJC
with competition from SFO
, which has five daily flights?
San Jose/Silicon Valley is still far from recovering, employment wise, from the rut they are currently in. Interesting note, in today's Chronicle newspaper, SF
added a more jobs in the region in the last quarter than any other city in the Bay area.