Just a quick question:
What airline or route do you believe will start services to MIA
in the future
Rumor has Emirates coming later this year, along with Norwegian Air Shuttle at the end.
What about Dublin?
Study supports three weekly A330 (or equivalent) roundtrip passenger frequencies with 80% load factor potential.
Brussels: Feasibility study supports daily A330 or 767 roundtrip passenger frequencies with 75% to 84% load factor potential.
Warsaw: Studies estimates three weekly 767 (or equivalent) roundtrip passenger frequencies would have an 81% load factor potential (for seasonal – winter – service only)
and air service consultant’s joint feasibility study forecasts three weekly A340 or equivalent roundtrip passenger frequencies would have 82% load factor potential.
Istanbul: Turkey-Miami O&D passenger traffic now at over 25,000 passengers a year. Rising Turkish demographic among Florida’s growing population. Miami market now has the third largest Turkish population without direct air service. Optimal behind/beyond traffic flow opportunities: from Eastern Europe and Gulf Region via Istanbul to Miami and beyond to 62 non-stop Latin American/Caribbean markets.
Cape Town: The study found that up to four weekly roundtrip passenger frequencies on A340 aircraft with a 71% load factor potential were realistic, as long as the service originated in, or had a feed from, Johannesburg, and feeds in Miami from Latin America/Caribbean/other US markets
Tokyo: The study also recommended daily roundtrip passenger frequencies 777-300ER , with load factors ranging from 83% to 85%. Japan-Florida O&D passenger traffic ranges between 118,000 and 143,000 annual passengers with 163,000 to 205,000 overall passengers. Miami offers the most opportunities for connections to Brazil and all of Latin American/Caribbean markets for Tokyo’s 325,000 annual O&D traffic travelling to/from Latin America and the Caribbean.
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