|Quoting Beaucaire (Reply 5):|
C'ause that's one hell of a lot of planes for Air One -they are working with LH in Italy but I don't see that many capacity requirement in Italy -so there must be something else behind this order.
|Quoting WINGS (Reply 4):|
The news report actually mentions 30x A320 + 60 options
|Quoting Cornish (Reply 6):|
They're entirely domestic at the moment aren't they?
|Quoting Georgiabill (Reply 12):|
Why the switch from 737's? Don't they have 737NG's in their fleet?
|Quoting LINATHJNX (Reply 14):|
Other international routes are in codeshare with LH, AC, A3.
|Quoting A330323X (Reply 16):|
They'll be codesharing with US Airways very soon as well--they've already filed with the DOT for approval.
|Quoting Lxsaab2000 (Reply 19):|
On which routes? FCO-PHL and VCE-PHL?
It's similar to the c/s with Spanair on routes to MAD and BCN.
|Quoting Kahala777 (Reply 21):|
Well, maybe this has got something to do with Alitalia's difficulties. Their shares have plumeted on the Milan stock exchange with no solution or realistic re-financing in sight. Perhaps Air One is preparing for the time after Alitalia.