|Quoting Isitsafenow (Reply 1):|
Who will work the flight(s) at ATL, I wonder?
|Quoting Srbmod (Reply 24):|
DAL Global Services (with the HP/US merger, they'll be losing their main contract since US has its' own staff @ ATL)
|Quoting A330323X (Reply 9):|
I think it's because DL applied for a SCASD grant to start ATL-ACY, and NK now wants to play tit-for-tat with DL
|Quoting Srbmod (Reply 27):|
Who'd they outsource it to, and what part of April, as I was still working out there until mid April and US still had their own rampers then.
|Quoting Zone1 (Reply 14):|
Hmmm. 764 or A319 . What a hard choice!
|Quoting Nkops (Reply 35):|
I don't think NK is looking so much to get the ATL pax as they are their loyal FLL pax going to ATL. I'm not so positive about this route either, but stranger things have happened.. I guess we'll just have to wait-n-see
|Quoting MAH4546 (Reply 36):|
The times are designed for a day-trip to Lauderdale, not Atlanta. What they are going for here is very obvious: connecting Atlanta pax to their Caribbean network. Same with the new Orlando and Tampa flights.
|Quoting N587NK (Reply 38):|
It could be targeted towards the FLL pax going to ATL, just not a day trip.
|Quoting MAH4546 (Reply 39):|
Though with the majority of MFW --> Atlanta traffic being business traffic, the times do not cater to this. Miamians don't go to Atlanta for a week-long vacation to take in the sites of the Coca Cola Museum and Turner Field.