|Quoting Ssides (Reply 3):|
They couldn't give DFW another international flight?
|Quoting Jfk777 (Reply 7):|
I'm still waiting for the return of the flight to Barranquilla, shallow Latin America. I'm sick of Avianca. Per this board, AA has not used all their allocation to Colombia.
|Quoting BigGSFO (Reply 8):|
Is this seasonal or permanent?
|Quoting Flyguy1 (Reply 10):
Did AA win additional rights to JFK as well?
|Quoting BigGSFO (Reply 15):|
Really? TAM is going to serve MIA-GRU 4 times a day by 2007? That's a lot of capcity between the two cities.
|Quoting MAH4546 (Reply 16):|
Only 13 of the 28 flights are non-stop from Sao Paulo. TAM currently flies MIA-GRU 13x weekly, MIA-SSA-GRU 1x weekly, and MIA-MAO-REC-FOR 7x weekly. They will be adding seven weekly MIA-GIG flights in early 2007.
|Quoting MAH4546 (Reply 9):|
The slot exemptions, as with Delta's, were granted temporairily. If Varig isn't flying to MIA again by the end of the winter, than ANAC might want to extend the exemption.
|Quoting BigGSFO (Reply 17):|
Ah, thanks. Very nice. TAM and AA are definitley going to try and lock the Miami-Brazil market down.
|Quoting Hardiwv (Reply 23):|
The most important factor is that GRU commands Biz and First Class seats. The lower fare in Economy is just an extra value-added...