|Quoting A388 (Thread starter):|
I was thinking about this the other day. I know that Air Caraibes lacks the aircraft to fly from St. Martin to Paris but if they would apply for the route, would they get it? St. Martin is partly French, so it would fall within the Frech overseas territories. I also think there is still room for another airline to fly between Paris and St. Martin. It would be awesome to see the A330 of Air Caraibes arrive and depart from SXM Big grin
|Quoting AlitaliaMD11 (Reply 2):|
Corsair has done it with their A330-200s.
|Quoting FlySSC (Reply 6):|
Don't think it would be very interesting and profitable for Air Caraïbes to fly SXM-ORY. They are based at FDF/PTP, and it would be much more convenient and logical for them to propose from there, via their local network, a fast connection to/from SXM.
|Quoting Evan767 (Reply 7):|
This is really off topic, but I don't want to start a whole new thread for this. How often do planes come in over Maho?
|Quoting YULYMX (Reply 13):|
If AF 340 Can takeoff back to CDG, A330 Could do it to
|Quoting Corsairf/a (Reply 14):|
Yes an A330 can do it but for Corsair and Air Caraïbes it will not be profitable. AF can do it thanks to its huge hub and lot of parteners.
|Quoting Corsairf/a (Reply 20):|
A388 most of our pax on the ORY/SXM continue to FDF or PTP and are not happy with the stop, Corsair flies 6 direct flights to FDF and the same to PTP which are the most important market for Corsair. On SXM there are at best 200 people on each flight.