PlaneGuy27
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Which Airport Has Had The Most New Alliance Flying

Tue Aug 24, 2004 11:05 pm

I was thinking the other day in terms of new destinations started from hub airports as a result of International Airline Alliances? Star, Oneworld, Skyteam?

Cincinnati - Got AMS, CVG - did they get MXP as well? All because of the ability to funnel passengers through SkyTeam?

Washington Dulles - this i think is the best example - Look at all of their recent additions in the past 5 years due to them being the east coast star alliance hub?

Vienna - Austrian uses a A340 on this route in the summer - rumoured to be their highest yield in their international system
Manchester - BMI started off slow but now is back to year round service?
Munich - has seen 777's on route
Frankfurt - added frequencies
Copenhagen - SAS A330's on the summer
Sao Paulo - ability to connect with RG

Maybe we will see Asiana to Seoul or Spanair to Madrid again????

I keep thinking about this from a Washington resident - because of the Star Alliance I now have more and more destinations that I can fly nonstop to from Dulles.

Anyone else? A european airport? maybe Munich?
 
PlaneGuy27
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RE: Which Airport Has Had The Most New Alliance Flying

Wed Aug 25, 2004 5:47 am

Gee I guess I'm the only weirdo that thinks about this stuff...

Oh well