|Quoting BCAInfoSys (Thread starter):|
Is there any chance of seeing an EMB-170 mixed in with the CRJ-200s on SLC-SEA?
|Quoting DAL767400ER (Reply 1):|
Most likely not. The EMB-170s out of SLC will be used to open up new transcon routes, like CMH, BNA, IND, JAX,
|Quoting Dodgerslc (Reply 10):|
Is SLC-MEX becoming seasonal service? For the past 4 years the route was flown, it was year-round service.
|Quoting N685FE (Reply 13):|
AeroMexico is pulling out of SLC, all of the station material and a/c mx parts have already been shipped out. I have heard that DL will pickup the flights. Their schedule did change now and then but they basically served MEX and HMO until the last six months or so. There is presently atleast one flt out of SLC on the EMB170, Republic I believe.
|Quoting MAH4546 (Reply 12):|
The route has not been flown for four years. It was launched this past January:
Houston, TX ï¿½ January, 17, 2005 ï¿½ Aeromexico, Mexico's largest airline, announced the introduction of new nonstop service from Salt Lake City International Airport to Mexico City. This new flight commenced on January 8, operating on Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays.
|Quoting Dodgerslc (Reply 16):|
No matter what the press release says, Aeromexico launched the route in December of 2001.
|Quoting Dodgerslc (Reply 16):|
Hopefully, they will relaunch the route with the EMB-170.
|Quoting Boeing7E7 (Reply 7):|
I say bring 'em all on (E-Jets). Void the scope clause with the BK and put an end to suffering in 50 seat tin cans to markets more than ready for the comfortable 70 seaters.
|Quoting MaverickM11 (Reply 11):|
I've heard that the aircraft has about a 2 hour range with full payload out of an airport at 5000'...nevermind when it gets hot.
|Quoting PVD757 (Reply 21):|
Does this tie up 1 or 2 "slots" for US-Mexico service in a given market when a feeder carrier and mainline carrier joint apply?
I'm guessing it's 1...
|Quoting DAL767400ER (Reply 18):|
If that were the case, DL wouldn't have alreadyy announced SLC-CMH
|Quoting DAL767400ER (Reply 22):|
You're correct in your assumption, mainline and regional partners count as two different entities. Hence why Frontier made a rockus when UA proposed to serve some DEN-Mexico route by both mainline and an Express carrier, or when DL decided to have ASA on the SLC-SJD in the off-season and mainline in high season. Thanks to that, DL won't have to fear competition from other US carriers on that route.
|Quoting PVD757 (Reply 25):|
By what you're saying, my assumption is wrong - the joint application takes both (2) available "US carrier" allotments on the SLC-MZT route away then.
|Quoting Boeing7E7 (Reply 32):|
|Quoting PVD757 (Reply 27):|
Assuming by you name - good luck with everything going on at DL...
|Quoting Evan767 (Reply 35):|
I doubt SLC-RIC would be profitable, but what about RIC-ATL or CVG? Any comments would be greatly appreciated.
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