I just wanted to know the story with this service . . .
I recently flew them from ALB
on Sunday. I know they cut service back on the weekends and I'm guessing this is because the lack of business travelers. The flight from ALB
?) had "zippo". The ramper asked the gate agents and she replied "Zippo". My flight had 2, me and another. There were as many of us as them!
I wanted to know:
1.) If the loads are always this light or is it just during the weekends.
2.) How they operate their fleet of 1900s, The schedule showed that almost all the cities served from ALB
depart at around 5pm and come back-do the a/c only have 2 flights a day?
3.) Can these a/c be operated efficiently? The first row is blocked off and the last bench of 3 seats is folded down. Only 9 seats available.
4.) Isn't this a/c kind of dangerous? There was NO cabin door(which gave a great view) and the F/O was the flight attendant too. The engines were so loud that you couldn't hear the announcements either(I didn't mind, I was able to sing to my mp3 player without bothering anybody.