if the flight continues into the winter, will the FC cabin get FC service, or will it continue as all-coach?
All-coach. There is little demand for premium seats in the summer, even less in the slower winter travel period. I really think that BOS
will go year-round after summer 2005, and MIA
will go year-round after winter 2005/06. They have been strong performers, and there have been reliable rumours that LAX
is on the drawing board for AA
as well (seasonal summer service). The fact that AA
can codeshare on these flights was a major reason (perhaps the
deciding factor) that MIA
There really are no premium cabins on this flight. All sold as Y with the domestic F Class cabin going to Elites and Y fares!
is operated by a 763 with 30 C class seats.
By the way MAH...call me dumb but what airport code is "SKB"?
St. Kitts & Nevis in the Leeward Islands, West Indies.
While the loadfactor may be good (I hope it is), I doubt it's the 90% that you're viewing on the seatmap.
The load factors are that good. The flight has had more than a fair share oversold days. It is not that hard to fill 188 seats in a decently large tourist market over the peak of summer travel. Not hard at all.