's flight departs BOG
at around 11:30am, which is between the main US departure bank and AV
's morning bank and the mid-day arrival and departure banks, so yes, it's quite dead and there were slots available.
|Quoting mercure1 (Reply 4):|
So at the end, Spirit is indeed waiting for a "foreign authorities" permission before they commence the Bogota flights.
If I may correct you, the definition you gave there is having authority over something, not being an authority. In the case you state, it has to be said that NK
is waiting on the company, OPAÍN, which has authority over ramp and terminal slots at BOG
, to give them a green light. But in law, the real definition of an authority (not actually having authority) implies the public sector, which implies the government, that in this case has nothing to do with NK
's delay in services to BOG
as could be interpreted in the thread's first post, which was intended by the poster, unknowing that this has nothing to do with the governments of the countries involved.
It's semantics, but it has to be made clear that there is not some kind of bureaucratic delay of NK