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How Are AA Doing On Their New Irish Routes?

Sun May 29, 2005 8:12 pm

Im wondering how DUB-ORD ORK-BOS are doing. Its about a month since they started. Are they getting good loads?
 
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RE: How Are AA Doing On Their New Irish Routes?

Sun May 29, 2005 8:39 pm

Is it not SNN-BOS?

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RE: How Are AA Doing On Their New Irish Routes?

Sun May 29, 2005 8:54 pm

Yeah sorry! SNN-BOS, i havent fully woken up yet this morning
 
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RE: How Are AA Doing On Their New Irish Routes?

Sun May 29, 2005 9:12 pm

I see an awful lot of connection bags coming in from all over (MCI, FLL, MIA,MCO, DFW, Ect.) connecting on Eagle to BOS then on to SNN.
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RE: How Are AA Doing On Their New Irish Routes?

Sun May 29, 2005 10:05 pm

To answer your question - Extremely well, financially.
 
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RE: How Are AA Doing On Their New Irish Routes?

Sun May 29, 2005 11:09 pm

What are the chnces of more AA routes into Ireland then? Most likely from MIA or DFW?
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RE: How Are AA Doing On Their New Irish Routes?

Sun May 29, 2005 11:50 pm

The likelihood is that the SNN would become 767 first.
 
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RE: How Are AA Doing On Their New Irish Routes?

Mon May 30, 2005 12:16 am

Quoting Billy (Reply 6):
The likelihood is that the SNN would become 767 first.

Are the SNN loads that good? It would be great to see AA 767 service there.

Quoting EIRules (Reply 5):
What are the chnces of more AA routes into Ireland then? Most likely from MIA or DFW?

I certinly hope so but the stopover could dissuade such plans. I have heard that they are definitly interested in MIA, and with EI now dropping MCO a Miami service looks more likley. EI have been saying that they would like to get into DFW for quite a while and I believe there is substantial demand.
 
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RE: How Are AA Doing On Their New Irish Routes?

Mon May 30, 2005 12:27 am

AA will add another flight to Germany before it does another Ireland route.

DUS and TXL are rumored.

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RE: How Are AA Doing On Their New Irish Routes?

Mon May 30, 2005 12:37 am

EI321

MIA will not be allowed until the SNN stopover is eliminated by the Irish government. Prior to MCO EL had expressed interest in MIA and the US refused to allow it until the SNN stopover is eliminated. I also doubt DFW would be allowed until the SNN is eliminated.
 
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RE: How Are AA Doing On Their New Irish Routes?

Mon May 30, 2005 12:45 am

Quoting Aa777jr (Reply 8):
AA will add another flight to Germany before it does another Ireland route.

DUS and TXL are rumored.

Regards.

SOURCE?

Or did your flight instructor impart this information to you.
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RE: How Are AA Doing On Their New Irish Routes?

Mon May 30, 2005 12:48 am

Quoting Aa777jr (Reply 8):
AA will add another flight to Germany before it does another Ireland route.

DUS and TXL are rumored.

I heard something somewhere about an AA JFK-FRA with a 757...

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RE: How Are AA Doing On Their New Irish Routes?

Mon May 30, 2005 12:52 am

Quoting IADLHR (Reply 9):
EI321

MIA will not be allowed until the SNN stopover is eliminated by the Irish government. Prior to MCO EL had expressed interest in MIA and the US refused to allow it until the SNN stopover is eliminated. I also doubt DFW would be allowed until the SNN is eliminated.

Wrong. The rule of the stopover is that 50% of every flight USA-IRELAND must stop at SNN, but an american airline can fly any route that it choses to ireland. EI are restricted to flying sheduled flights to 5 US airports, BUT they can fly charters to others (MCO is a charter flight). There is nothing to prevent AA from flying from DFW or MIA or any other airport to Ireland.

EI have publically said on sereral occasions that they will start Miami, Dallas, St Louis, San Fran, Seattle, Denver (If I recall correctly), Washington and Phillidelphia flights if the stopover is done away with. The Newark service would return also I presume. Other airports would be considered after that.

[Edited 2005-05-29 18:28:06]
 
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RE: How Are AA Doing On Their New Irish Routes?

Mon May 30, 2005 1:50 am

BTW, Willie Walsh himself (EI CEO) made the above comments about new american routes.

[Edited 2005-05-29 18:51:48]
 
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RE: How Are AA Doing On Their New Irish Routes?

Mon May 30, 2005 4:50 am

On the management list are :DUS,FRA,BCN,MAD,DUB,BRS, and STR. These are destinations that AA has on it's wish list for JFK. Many factors are coming into play with these flights, including the new terminal and the reconfiguration of the 757's business class cabin, All of which have to be implemented. Who knows what's coming and when, but eventually they will start something new ala 757.
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RE: How Are AA Doing On Their New Irish Routes?

Mon May 30, 2005 5:29 am

Quoting AA767400 (Reply 14):
On the management list are :DUS,FRA,BCN,MAD,DUB,BRS, and STR. These are destinations that AA has on it's wish list for JFK.

Any new international routes rumored for ORD? If AA does add those flights from JFK might we see an ORD-JFK flight?
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RE: How Are AA Doing On Their New Irish Routes?

Mon May 30, 2005 6:46 am

Quoting Billy (Reply 4):
To answer your question - Extremely well, financially.

Post a thread on any route in the world, by any airline in the world, and someone will tell you they are doing "Extremely well, financially"! Makes one think the industry is making billions!
 
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RE: How Are AA Doing On Their New Irish Routes?

Mon May 30, 2005 8:22 am

Quoting Xlpants (Reply 16):
Post a thread on any route in the world, by any airline in the world, and someone will tell you they are doing "Extremely well, financially"! Makes one think the industry is making billions!

Prices for winter are $223 bos-snn this winter on travelocity. I know demand drops off plenty in hte winter for Ireland, bu tthis fare is availalbe 7days a week! (not one of those tuesday/thrudasy type things.)
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RE: How Are AA Doing On Their New Irish Routes?

Mon May 30, 2005 8:55 am

Any new international routes rumored for ORD? If AA does add those flights from JFK might we see an ORD-JFK flight?

Any of the above stated (besides FRA) could possibly be out of ORD also. Also have the new terminal at DFW to fill up international ops with.

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