|Quoting SHUPirate1 (Reply 3):|
Laxintl-Because none of those airports can be served directly from Heathrow, and, like I mentioned, the customs boondoggle at Heathrow/Gatwick/the US airports would be avoided.
|Quoting RoseFlyer (Reply 6):|
It would kind of work like the NRT hub for UA and NW.
|Quoting Yyz717 (Reply 8):|
distance-wise, the 752 would be hardpressed to perform the BDA-LHR leg
|Quoting Yyz717 (Reply 11):|
With the 180 minute rule, and seasonal wind differences, the BDA-LHR route might still be a problem for the 752.
|Quoting Posti (Reply 15):|
Isn't this basically the model of FI, Trans-Atlantic flights with a hub in the middle of the ocean? Seems to work for them, why not Bermuda Air or even Azores Air for that matter.