|Quoting Jbmitt (Reply 3):|
The WA is only for flights operated by aircraft with more than 56 seats
|Quoting BOSLAX (Reply 6):|
Delta Connection/ASA served the DAL-ATL market from July 2000 - May 2003, using 50 seat CRJ's. The initial service pattern consisted of 6 daily roundtrips and was eventually dropped down to 3 roundtrips. Average load factor for the entire service period was 57%.
|Quoting AirTranTUS (Reply 8):|
Didn't AA also outfit some of their F-100's with 56 seats to compete?
|Quoting OBSMGR (Reply 10):|
Ill ask a question now that could potentially start a whole new thread:
What other routes did AA operate the 56 seat F100s on after the DAL operation?
|Quoting Texan (Reply 11):|
AA operated DAL-LGA/LAX/ORD
|Quoting OBSMGR (Reply 12):|
I seem to remember these aircraft served some other routes for a
short time after the DAL operation was shut down. I certainly cant
swear to it, but I want to say the 56 seat F100s did ORD-XNA and
LGA-XNA very briefly- possibly some other routes.