Any info on type or flight #? Probably a 763 or 777.
777s are reserved for high-yielding flights since they have an F cabin. MIA
definitley doesn't fit this criteria.
Schedule and flights numbers are unchanged.
. Any idea if this flight will start to operate at a reduce frequency during summer 2006?
Unlikely, however AA has also put no end date on the seasonal service when it resumes, which means it is infinitely bookable (up to 331 days in advance) at current. Though they will more than likely put an end date on the service as we get closer to the start date.
Also will MAN-BOS operate at a reduced frequency next winter?
While it has been talked about, and this is more likely than MIA
operating year-round, it is unlikely. BOS
has done very, very well, but Boston-Europe is also a heavily seasonal market that sees considerable more demand during the summer than the winter.
[Edited 2004-12-22 22:13:34]