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Southwest Atlantic City

Wed Jun 21, 2000 2:56 am

Ive heard rumors that SWA will fly to ACY is it true?
 
AirT85
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RE: Southwest Atlantic City

Wed Jun 21, 2000 3:41 am

Atlantic City is mainly a tourist/Charter destination for the casinos. The only airlines to fly there are Spirit, who makes a killing there and USAirways Express. I don't think there is enough room to add the low-fare service SWA operates out of ACY, really, there is no need for it there. They could do a whole lot better in Trenton, giving PHL and central NJ passengers a much needed low-fare alternative!
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deltairlines
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RE: Southwest Atlantic City

Wed Jun 21, 2000 4:39 am

WN should look at ABE and ACY.

Jeff
 
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RE: Southwest Atlantic City

Wed Jun 21, 2000 6:04 am

I don't know about ABE and ACY, but SW just announced service to BUF. They'll fly 10 daily roundtrips from here starting October 8. Destinations will include BWI (7 flts.) and MCO, PHX and LAS (one each). Great news for Upstate New York, now we've got three low-fare carriers out of BUF: SW, B6 and Vanguard! Air fares will finally go down!
 
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RE: Southwest Atlantic City

Wed Jun 21, 2000 6:34 am

I doubt WN will start service to ACY. These are the future cities I would assume would be next:

ABE, RIC, GSP, and COS. I especially like the idea of serving COS, because of its close proximity to DEN.

Other choices (not in the near future) would be: TTN, ICT, DSM, TYS, and RSW.
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Critter_592
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RE: Southwest Atlantic City

Wed Jun 21, 2000 7:06 am

I've been seeing WN a lot in this forum...what is that?
 
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RE: Southwest Atlantic City

Wed Jun 21, 2000 7:55 am

I also heard on the news at noon time that Southwest will be starting service between Albany (ALB), and Buffalo.
 
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RE: Southwest Atlantic City

Wed Jun 21, 2000 8:01 am

WN refers to Wayne Newton. Or Southwest Airlines. I always get those two mixed up.