|Quoting Billy (Reply 6):|
The likelihood is that the SNN would become 767 first.
|Quoting EIRules (Reply 5):|
What are the chnces of more AA routes into Ireland then? Most likely from MIA or DFW?
|Quoting Aa777jr (Reply 8):|
AA will add another flight to Germany before it does another Ireland route.
DUS and TXL are rumored.
|Quoting IADLHR (Reply 9):|
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.
|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.
|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!
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