|Quoting panamair (Reply 3):|
Shouldn't this be Delta or am I reading the report incorrectly? Your list of Top carriers by seats offered and ASMs both show DL to be #1 followed by UA and then BA?
|Quoting modernart (Reply 1):|
You list 'shortest transatlantic' flight twice in the fun facts section. The second should be 'longest'.
|Quoting eurowings (Reply 6):|
Flights operated by an airline whose country of origin is not related to the flight’s origin or destination country". I noticed PIA's MAN-JFK fifth-freedom service was missing, tickets are now sold on this sector, although they were not in the past.
|Quoting slinky09 (Reply 7):|
are you including say codeshare flights in the Delta analysis for example
|Quoting Vanguard (Reply 8):|
Made me laugh at the thought of 7 or 8 hours in a F50!
|Quoting BNAOWB (Reply 12):|
The daytime Royal Air Maroc flight (AT 203 JFK-CMN 9:05 - 21:30) is quite interesting since it is only non-LHR flight among the 10 daytime eastbound transatlantic flights. To my surprise, it appears that a large number of late connections (departing between 22:30 and 1:30) are available at CMN to airports such as Agadir, Bamako, Banjul, Bissau, Cotonou, Dakar, Fes, Lagos, Lome, Marrakech, Monrovia, Niamey, Tangier, etc.
|Quoting yeogeo (Reply 14):|
A small suggestion: In the table "Top airports with transatlantic service by number of seats offered (one-way)" (pg. 16)
I found myself adding up the figures for the three cities with two transatlantic airports (JFK/EWR, LHR/LGW, and CDG/ORY) to get what is arguably a more comprehensive view of the transatlantic traffic. Could that table be revised some day to "Top Cities with transatlantic service...", listing the multi-airport cities with their airports' traffic added together?
|Quoting normie999 (Reply 15):|
Daytime flights: you could add FI612 and FI634 - to KEF from JFK and BOS respectively
|Quoting TW741 (Reply 16):|
Just a small correction on page 15 of the PDF file - OS is also operating the B772 transatlantic and not only the B763
|Quoting Turkish350XWB (Reply 17):|
Why is Turkey listed among the "Western Asian" states...?? We can have a discussion if Turkey has european culture etc., but as Turkey is part of European Aviation Associations and their airlines are members of AEA i think this categorization is a bit sloppy and overhasty...
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|Quoting Turkish350XWB (Reply 20):|
I think this UN classification (which i didn't know before) takes your nice study a bit out of context. But this is my opintion.
|Quoting SkyTeam7488 (Reply 21):|
Perhaps I should compile data for a transpacific offer analysis. I can collect the raw data if you would have time to assist me in formatting it like your original report.
|Quoting DocLightning (Reply 24):|
You list #of aisles as a category, but then only have two categories: 1 and 2. The 747 has three aisles and the A380 has four. You do list single vs. double-deck, though.
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