|Quoting AWACSooner (Reply 3):|
|Quoting AWACSooner (Reply 11):|
|Quoting YNGguins (Reply 12):|
At last look, Spirit and Allegiant are making some good money.
|Quoting MLI717fan (Reply 9):|
2011 11 69.59% 1295
2011 12 61.06% 1151
2012 1 65.51% 1373
|Quoting OB1504 (Reply 15):|
The IAG and PBG flights always seemed like they brought in healthy loads and fares. The majority of the passengers on both are Canadians, usually connecting to/from the Caribbean and Latin America.
|Quoting Boeing773ER (Reply 13):|
People don't get upset over this; but some how when an airline pulls a route there is this huge uproar and people have a negative image of the said airline in their head.
I don't blame NK for cutting this route, it isn't anything new in this industry.
|Quoting GSPSPOT (Reply 17):|
That's true - but in many areas, business deveopment types preach that more air service is key to attracting more employers to that area. So, it hurts more and can have more of an effect on a city's/region's overall economy.
|Quoting SurfandSnow (Reply 19):|
That said, there must be some reason why two LCCs found reason to serve CRW from Florida. I can only assume there is somewhat decent demand from CRW to Florida. Perhaps F9 or G4 would be willing to fill the void?
|Quoting brains (Reply 18):|
Last time I checked it wasn't an air carriers responsibility to develop the economy of a market.