" Couldn't it support a 738/757 or even a MD90 "
Why they havent established it, i have no idea. Right now, they fly the MCO
sector 4x Daily ( 2x 738's, 1x 757 1x 767-300 ). The routes appear to be at least 90-95% loaded both ways.
Its possible that they want MCO
's small RJ
market to maintain profitability within florida. They have 4x daily MCO
, and which, establishing more nonstop routes out of FLL
, There would be less passengers on the ATL
flights, and also the MCO
Its probable that a lot of people fly the FLL
route, and connect out of MCO
to the markets that FLL
doesnt serve nonstop. As i said above, maybe establishing more FLL
nonstops will make the RJ
market less profitable throughout florida on the small short hop routes.
If they did establish the FLL
though, im quite sure it'd be profitable like the MCO
Flying a plane is no diff. from riding a bicycle. Its just a lot harder to put baseball cards in the spokes. -'Airplane'