b6flyboy
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Trivia Question

Tue Dec 13, 2005 10:36 am

Hi, I am new to the board and I really love it; learning so many new things everyday. I work for JetBlue in FLL and I just received this email from our VP of Government Affairs and it has three trivia questions. I am searching for the answers on the bts.gov website, but could use some help verifying the answers...help me out, I love to win and learn!

Thanks B6FlyBoy


• In August 2005, there were 6 airlines that flew nonstop from FLL to NYC: JetBlue, American, Delta, US Airways, USA 3000, and Spirit. Which airline had the highest load factor in August 2005 in NYC-FLL?

• Delta is the largest airline in FLL measured by available seats. What is JetBlue's rank?

• In March 2006, JetBlue is scheduled to have 33 daily departures from FLL. How many daily departures to domestic (lower 48) destinations is Spirit scheduled to have from FLL?
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airportugal310
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RE: Trivia Question

Tue Dec 13, 2005 10:38 am

How about:

1) Highest load factor is JetBlue

2) Number 2

3) Beats me


That didnt seem so hard.
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MarshalN
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RE: Trivia Question

Tue Dec 13, 2005 10:50 am

No idea for question 3 either, but welcome!
 
corey07850
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RE: Trivia Question

Tue Dec 13, 2005 11:02 am

I can't take your question seriously considering you left out CO from the list of airlines... USA 3000 and Spirit but no CO? c'mon now....

Also, I don't know how much different the schedules are or were, but by my count CO also has more available seats... approximately 9-10 non-stops with a mix of mainly 752 and 753's while DL has 8 or so 752's from JFK and LGA combined....

[Edited 2005-12-13 03:13:30]
 
dartland
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RE: Trivia Question

Tue Dec 13, 2005 11:40 am

The question was phrased "NYC", which normally includes EWR, but technically only LGA and JFK are in NYC.

Given CO was left off the list, I'm guessing EWR is excluded.

(Maybe it's because CO has a higher load factor than B6!)
 
vegasplanes
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RE: Trivia Question

Tue Dec 13, 2005 5:20 pm

Quoting B6flyboy (Thread starter):
• In March 2006, JetBlue is scheduled to have 33 daily departures from FLL. How many daily departures to domestic (lower 48) destinations is Spirit scheduled to have from FLL?

Looks like around 22-27 per day, depending on the day, from SpirtAirlines.com

FT. LAUDERDALE (FLL)Destination Flight Departs Arrives Stops Freq.ATLANTIC CITY 262 12:30p 3:10p - X34 268 7:00p 9:35p - DCANCUN *1271 11:11a 12:12p - 46 **271 11:58a 12:59p - 6CHICAGO 400 6:50p 9:15p - DDETROIT 372 12:15p 3:30p - X34 380 6:40p 9:40p - DKINGSTON, JAMAICA 423 11:30a 1:15p - DMONTEGO BAY, JAMAICA 417 11:10a 12:45p - DNASSAU, BAHAMAS ***675 10:55a 11:55a - D *507 11:05a 12:05p - D 265 7:55p 8:55p - X23NEW YORK/LAGUARDIA 604 7:10a 10:00a - D 180 12:00p 2:59p - D 196 3:00p 5:59p - D 702 5:00p 7:59p - X26 710 7:05p 10:05p - DORLANDO 626 7:55p 8:55p - DPROVIDENCE/BOSTON AREA 214 6:45p 9:45p - DPUNTA CANA, D.R. ***507 11:05a 2:25p - DSAN JUAN 259 10:45a 2:19p - D 461 7:55p 11:21p - X23SAN SALVADOR 2098 12:55p 2:15p - 6SANTO DOMINGO, D.R. 705 10:50a 2:06p - D TAMPA #272 7:59p 8:54p - 3WASHINGTON, D.C./REAGAN NAT’L 394 12:25p 3:00p - X23 516 7:25p 9:55p - D

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