|Quoting 747fan (Reply 3):|
One has to wonder if the JFK-India market is starting to become saturated, despite the much increased demand to India. You have EWR-BRU-BOM on Jet, JFK-BOM on DL, EWR-DEL and soon EWR-BOM on CO, JFK-LHR-BOM on AI, EWR-CDG-BOM on AI, and now JFK-BRU-BOM on Jet, with 77W's I assume. That's alot of capacity, as all flights are either 777's or 747's. And of course you have connecting options on EK, EY, and some of the European carriers.
|Quoting Flying lsd (Reply 2):|
ok, but when the jfk flight 'll be bookable thru the web site!!
|Quoting BlrBird (Reply 10):|
There is too much confusion on this board.. flights are ..
MAA-BRU-YYZ (9W 226/225) 332
DEL-BRU-JFK (9W 230/229) 77W
|Quoting ContinentalEWR (Reply 11):|
What is the point of the BRU hub?
|Quoting Zillox (Reply 14):|
It would nice if BRU has an connection with LAX non-stop. Finally Belgium's premier airport gets long-haul flights that are worthy. Jet Airways.. I'am proud on it
|Quoting Kohflot (Reply 13):|
Another likely benefit is in cargo. The shorter legs to and from BRU require less fuel, freeing up weight for available payload. Revenue contributions from the cargo deck can help keep fares relatively low.. or at least diversify the revenue the airline receives.
|Quoting N77014 (Reply 6):|
We've only hit the tip of the iceberg, and remember NYC/tristate area is likely the largest home to Indians in the USA.
|Quoting BlrBird (Reply 15):|
Are those concrete plans or just speculation?