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What Will CO Do Now That They Dropped SCL And Vvi?

Thu Aug 03, 2000 4:18 am

Now that they've publicly anounced that they'll drop them(VVI sept 6, SCL oct 28), what do they plan to do? Will they complain to the DOT, apply to the Peruvian gov't, fly them another way, or just screw em? Its pretty disapointing, but what's even more disapointing is that in the news release they said they lost over $100,000 a day flying them.

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RE: What Will CO Do Now That They Dropped SCL And Vvi?

Thu Aug 03, 2000 4:44 am

i will tell you one thing that will happen, AA will raise their prices for their flight from dfw-scl! which, by the way is the cheapest way to get to buenos aires. a ticket could cost you about $900 dfw-scl-eze, while a flight from dfw-mia-eze could cost about $1500. coach class of course.........

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