|Quoting N839MH (Thread starter):|
Late 90's, Delta mainline in DFW flew 287 flights.....
|Quoting ORD (Reply 8):|
The most mainline flights Delta ever had at DFW was around 260, and that was in 1993. A big cut in flights was made in spring 1995 which brought the total down to 195, and by fall 1997 the total was down to about 125. Things have been downhill since. I simply want to point out the decline of Delta at DFW started well before the late 1990s.
|Quoting FlyPNS1 (Reply 5):|
Think of a city where DL runs lots of point to point flights, but has minimal connections.
|Quoting Commavia (Reply 11):|
I said in an earlier post ... it is pretty telling that pretty soon, AA will have more flights (and perhaps more seats) between ATL and DFW than DL. I don't think that's been the case for 2-3 decades -- if ever.
|Quoting N839MH (Reply 16):|
I would really hope for Song, but not holding my breath on that.
|Quoting SESGDL (Reply 1):|
Those are definitely false,
|Quoting Jetdeltamsy (Reply 18):|
And you know this because??
We are getting our butts kicked in Dallas. It is entirely conceiveable and probable that if we can't make money in the market, we're going to pull back in a major way.
|Quoting N839MH (Reply 20):|
you won't see that the allowable bookings left on 7 of the DFW-ATL flights have been zeroed in all coach classes of bookings i.e B,Q,M,H,L,U.