|Quoting rwy04lga (Reply 1):|
Welcome to A.net, enjoy the ride!
|Quoting JetBlueGuy2006 (Reply 3):|
What is with all the weird timing? Red-Eyes from vegas usually depart around 11:30, not 1:55. The only ones I see timings like this usually are TransPac flights.
|Quoting AllegiantFlyer (Thread starter):|
I was also watching and it said allegiant is planning international service one day but the only problem is the airport
|Quoting EricR (Reply 9):|
The new East Terminal will address that issue. The airport is expected to be at full capacity immediately after the new 2 gate expansion is completed this fall. Hopefully the interest of international flights by G4 will expedite the ground breaking on the East Terminal.
|Quoting PHX787 (Reply 10):|
Does anybody have any recent photos of the new terminal and the current terminal? I haven't seen anything recently, especially on google maps.
|Quoting atcsundevil (Reply 11):|
I'm driving past it tomorrow. If I remember to take one (and if I have the proper motivation), I'll put it up. Don't get your hopes up though.
|Quoting PHX787 (Reply 12):|
Take your time, I guess. If i can figure out how to get over there I'll stop by myself
|Quoting nomorerjs (Reply 8):|
Maybe an ORD-PDX flight similar to DFW is in the future?
|Quoting MJBATC12 (Reply 15):|
Why does NK schedule these rediculous flight times? Like the flight departing FLL for PBG departs at 10pm or so, arrives PBG at just after 1am, and departs there just after 2am and arrives FLL at 5am... crummy business model if you ask me. Who wants to fly a 3 hour red eye from AZA to ORD and arrive at the airport let alone at midnight or just before?
|Quoting sdoyon (Reply 16):|
It's been mentioned frequently (including multiple times in this thread) that they do this to keep aircraft utilization up. Why have a plane on the ground when it could be in the sky making money (hopefully). If the price is right, people will fly at whatever time of the day.
|Quoting luv2fly (Reply 19):|
What they are doing is a smart move keeping planes in the air, instead of sitting around. Increasing the routes they offer without adding aircraft.