as739x
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F9 DEN-DAY/FAT

Mon Sep 12, 2005 12:00 am

Any early numbers on the loads and how they are doing?

Mariner?

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RE: F9 DEN-DAY/FAT

Mon Sep 12, 2005 3:40 am

Word is (as of Thursday's annual meeting) that the last four new cities...DAY, FAT, DTW and CAK are all "outperforming expectations" and are in line with or beating systemwide average. I believe they are talking in terms of load factor.
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RE: F9 DEN-DAY/FAT

Mon Sep 12, 2005 3:51 am

Quoting AS739X (Thread starter):
Any early numbers on the loads and how they are doing?

Mariner?

Sorry - somehow I missed this one.

Alphascan probably has as much info - or more - than I have. However, at the AGM last week, CEO Potter directly addressed the issue of the new citites (he named DAY and FAT) and confirmed that they - with the four others (TUL, SAT, DTW and CAK) this summer - were all "outperforming their expectations".

I suppose anything else is a matter of degree. Apparently, loads were great out of CAK all summer, and yields were great out of DTW.

Based on my own very simple research, I'd day that DAY may be doing slightly better than FAT, because there is no competition DAY/DEN.

Best I've got.  Smile

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RE: F9 DEN-DAY/FAT

Mon Sep 12, 2005 4:31 am

Alpha/Mariner

Thanks guy!

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