|Quoting GoBlue (Reply 9):|
As Pearson continues to get more expensive, look for carriers to begin to start more services from Hamilton. Which is only about a 45 minute drive from Toronto.
|Quoting SLCUT2777 (Reply 12):|
When WN starts service to Canada in a couple of years or so, look for them to use this airport rather than YYZ.
|Quoting GoBlue (Reply 13):|
But I think they have some bigger fish to fry in the United States first. I would not expect this until WN believes they have exhausted all their American destinations.
|Quoting 727Tiger (Reply 20):|
SGF is on the rise. Almost exclusively regional needle jets with AA, US and DL. However, G4 is providing mainline service to LAS and Orlando Sanford.
The city recently broke ground on a new midfield terminal. Right now, we have service to ORD, DEN, LAS, DFW, MEM, ATL, CVG, DTW and Orlando (Sanford). We just lost service to STL.
Quoting SLCUT2777 (Reply 14):
Those destinations and markets are now very low in number and few and far between; CLT, MSP, CVG, ATL.
Quoting SLCUT2777 (Reply 14):
Ideally there are at least 4 Canadian markets WN should be eyeballing right now for possible expansion in to over the next 2-3 years; Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver and Calgary.
Quoting 727Tiger (Reply 23):
Then the needle jets arrived and away went all of the variety.
|Quoting OzarkD9S (Reply 8):|
Just look at the Allegiant route map.
That one airline has brought more mainline service to small airports than anyone since the RJ revolution decimated mainline flying at small stations.
|Quoting N593HA (Reply 38):|
Starting in August I'll be attending a long-term volunteer project at Flagstaff, AZ.
So when looking for flights to FLG, I was surprised that only HP Express offers flights to FLG (ex PHX).
I don't really the idea to be forced to take HP when flying out of FLG!
Is there a chance that soon other carriers will start serving FLG?
Maybe QX or UA Express to LAX?
|Quoting Airlinebrat (Reply 32):|
But hey, that is the price for living in paradise... on this narrow strip of land between redwood forests and the Pacific Ocean....
|Quoting UnitedFlyer (Reply 36):|
QX flies to SEA, EUG, and PDX
|Quoting Badlydrawnboy (Reply 39):|
TUL isn't much to look at but we have 16 non-stop destinations (18 airports):
|Quoting ABQopsHP (Reply 42):|
It would be nice to have some sort of westbound service from here that avoided DFW or IAH. The terminal is only 3 years old, and has plenty of room for another
|Quoting MtnWest1979 (Reply 41):|
Well if someone is putting in TUL, I'll put in BOI
F9 - DEN
GQ - BIL,BZN,MSO,PIH,JAC,ALW,MWH
QX - LAX,SJC,PDX,IDA,GEG,SMF,SEA
AS - SEA
DL - SLC,ATL
UA - DEN,ORD
EV - SLC
S6 - SMN
|Quoting QXatFAT (Reply 46):|
Far more then FAT:
UAX - SFO, LAS, LAX
SkyWest (DL) - SLC
HP - LAS
Mesa (HP) - LAS, PHX
AE - SAN, LAX
QX - PDX, SEA
G4 - LAS
AA - DFW
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MX - Guadalahara!
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