Flairport...let's be real here...they went into Atlanta with, what, two flights per day, and neither to their headquarters city of New York...there are plenty of people in the New York City area who will fly jetBlue regardless of price and schedule, provided they fly to the airport...but nobody is going to fly JFK
, and jetBlue isn't going to sell that ticket anyway...not to say that if jetBlue had run JFK
flights they would have been successful, but at the very least, it would have had a better chance (although ATL
is Delta's #1-travelled O&D route, and it goes without saying that Delta would have struck back by increasing capacity and dropping fares on ATL
, although frequency can't realistically go up much, with ATL
being flown 9 times a day by Delta at the time, and ATL
being hourly flights at the time, some of them with widebodies)
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