It certainly seems that US is looking southward to the carib and central america as part of its plan to re-invent itself - there is certainly more money to be made on these routes, and US has the Airbus and 757 to fly the routes, but is there sufficient demand for all of this expansion? The big question is: how will AA
respond to these moves by US? AA
has dominated service to the region for years (especially the all-important Florida to carib/latin america routes) and have made a ton of money on these routes in the past - AA
will certainly not be amused by US's expansion plans.
has not yet responded to US's plans for the FLL
carib/latin american gateway - I find AA
's silence rather scary!