|Quoting LHCVG (Reply 1):|
Does OO have mx, training, etc. facilities at SLC? I figured it might be similar to everyone funneling various Republic brands as regionals to CMH with the base and mx facility there, for example.
|Quoting ridgid727 (Thread starter):|
Later this year when OO starts operating for AA out of LAX, They will be operating SLC-LAX for three different airlines, Delta, United and American.
|Quoting enilria (Reply 4):|
That is crazy. All three alliances as well. ...and people say there is no difference in product between airlines, LOL.
|Quoting Goldenshield (Reply 5):|
Staying within the scope of the thread here, if you've flown SLC-ORD on both DLC or UAX in the recent past, one would certainly note the difference in product---even on the same regional.
Sure, you get a cold meal in first on DLC, but it's still a meal.
|Quoting LHCVG (Reply 8):|
Thanks! I figured OO at SLC had something to do with that.
|Quoting sancho99504 (Reply 7):|
but they really need larger RJs for their west coast regional routes especially since its roughly the same cost to operate a cr-7/9 or a cr-2.
|Quoting xjramper (Reply 10):|
The statement I quoted above is technically incorrect as the CR2s cost so much more to operate than the nextgen CR7/9s. But with very little options AA has, it is technically stuck with the CR2.
|Quoting sancho99504 (Reply 16):|
Higher CASM= cost more per mile to fly=higher operating cost.
Its cheaper to fly a 70 seater with 50 passengers than a full 50 seater.
|Quoting Goldenshield (Reply 18):|
You mis-understand me. On a block-for-block basis, the -700 is NOT cheaper to operate than the -200. When you compare CASM to CASM, yes it is.