|Quoting El Al 001 (Thread starter):|
But, as all major airlines at TLV increasing their capacity to TLV, it seems like AC is doing the opposite.
This summer for instance, AC will fly only 5 weekly flights instead of 7 in summer 06.
|Quoting El Al 001 (Reply 7):|
So basically if AC was able to operate TLV daily this summer, there wouldve been such?
|Quoting CXA330300 (Reply 6):|
I also expect that AC funnels some of the traffic via FRA on its *A partner LH.
|Quoting El Al 001 (Reply 4):|
And this is while all other main airlines at TLV just increased capacity.
|Quoting A380US (Reply 8):|
actually i believe quite a number of people fly to JFK/EWR to transfer to LY CO 6H and soon DL
|Quoting EnviroTO (Reply 13):|
Why would they go through the hassle of customs twice in each direction and bottlenecks in NYC to catch LY to TLV from JFK/EWR? I would think the AC and LY flights direct from YYZ would be far more desirable.
|Quoting FLYACYYZ (Reply 9):|
On my FRA flight manifests indicating connections there are periodically a handful of FRA/TLV connections. I believe that actually a fairly well travelled connection route is on OS - YYZ/VIE/TLV.
|Quoting IAD380 (Reply 10):|
Actually, tourism to Israel seems flat. I am not aware that there have been a dramatic increase in the number of Israelis travelling abroad. Although a strong economy in Israel may mean more business travellers, there may not be enough of them to induce any airline to increase capacity to TLV.
|Quoting JFK787NYC (Reply 16):|
Fees & Taxes are not true.
Toronto Pearson is the most expensive airport in the world, Something like that.
I was there in the last two weeks and there are signs up all over the place by airlines to help sign a petition to make it cheaper.