"AA's dominance is still huge. Not only do they fly to more destinations, but they offer more frequencies, and, as you said, use bigger aircraft. One exaple is Caracas. Both CO
fly to Caracas. While Continental offers a daily flight to Houston and Newark (frequency on EWR
varies by season), AA
offers 52 weekly flights between Caracas and five cities: Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, Dallas, New York City, and San Juan, plus daily service to Maracaibo, Venezuela."
flights are not daily, neither are CO
's from EWR
still operates more flights per week.
beat from NYC to Latin America, CO
flies from EWR
Belize City (once weekly nonstop)
San Pedro Sula (once weekly via Belize City)
Quito (via Bogota)
Guayaquil (via Panama City)
Mexico City twice daily
Cancun double sometimes three times daily
Cozumel once or twice weekly
Puerto Vallarta twice weekly
Acapulco once weekly
Los Cabos twice Weekly
"They still have excellent coverage of the region. They are starting Roatan, Honduras service this summer, one destination American Airlines does not fly to (though that is likely to change soon)."
Houston's just starting to grow, they did not even open the new FIS yet.