I wouldn't think BA
are cutting domestic flights, if they did/do, they will just lose lots of feeder traffic to BD
|Quoting SpeedbirdEGJJ (Reply 1):|
The trunk routes out of LHR and LGW provide not only valuable high yielding traffic, but also a lot of connecting traffic into the hubs.
When I fly, I find the loads are always pretty full, especially on the early morning flights, lots of business men, the same people who may fly in F or J on long-haul, choose BA
because of the service, and the easy connections, if BA
drop the routes, the business men may choose someone else, and that's the last thing BA
Baring in mind that some of the higher market passengers who fly BA
, came from BD
, if BA
stop, they will go back to BD
, who will then have a monopoly.
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