|Quoting Starrion (Thread starter):
What is going to have to happen to turn it around?
|Quoting Planemaker (Reply 2):|
There are the obvious short and longer term bandaid solutions but the only way to really turn around the industry is to allow it to rationalize. There are way too many carriers - domestically and internationally!
|Quoting Indy (Reply 4):|
Loads remain high. Delays are not a product of competition. Delays are a product of frequencies. It doesn't matter whether you have 1 carrier flying 10x a day, 2 flying 5x a day or 5 flying 2x a day. As long as people are filling the seats you are going to need the seats. Perhaps the focus should be on the equipment used. NW flies three CRJs daily from IND to LGA. One 757-200 would handle the same number of seats. That frees up 2 slots. People want frequencies. People however cannot always get what they want.
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