Dutchjet, I see what you are saying about bmi and MIA, however, I think, in the end, it will be hard for them to find a way through Bermuda II. As for flights to Brazil, they are all succsesful. Miami has flights to Manaus, Rio de Janiero, Sao Paulo (88 a week! Soon to be 95!), Recife, Belo Horizonte (MIA-GIG-CNF-GIG-MIA on AA), Belem, and Fortazela (MIA-MAO-FOR-MAO-MIA on RG), with Brasillia coming in August (MIA-MAO-BSB-MAO-MIA). The real expansion on more flights to smaller Brazilian cities is going to come, IMO, from TAM. They will be adding a third MIA-GRU and MIA-GIG this summer, and thanks to thier A320s, they can handle routes to smaller Brazilian cities in NE Brazil economiclly. Plus, they are partners with American Airlines and have a nicer fleet and, IMO, better service than Varig and TransBrasil. TAM looks to be heading into a bright future. Salvador de Bahia will work, and maybe also Iguassu Falls and Porto Alegre. I don't know about daily though. Weekly, twice, or thrice weekly could definitley work. It is also best if the routes are paired (i.e. MIA-POA-SAL-MIA). I wouldn't be surprised to see MIA-BSB-MIA go non-stop one day, though, if I'm not mistaken, it is going via MAO not because of lack of deman, but because the A320 cannot fly the whole thing non-stop. As for other smaller South American cities, how about twice weekly service to Cordoba, Argentina? That would really be nice, but the question is, who would fly it? AR is in too much trouble and UA is not establish enough in Latin America. AA is the logical choice, maybe via GRU or non-stop with a 752 (can the 752 handle the range? It does fly MIA-LPB). I still don't understand why there is are no non-stops to Asuncion (one-stop on AA) and Montevideo (one-stop on AA, but the route is being moved to JFK in June). Daily wouldn't work, but maybe MIA-ASU-MVD-MIA on an AA 763? The key to serving small Latin American markets is pairing them together. Varig and American have done this very succsesfully, and it would be nice if they continue. American is always adding to thier Latin network, most recently with MIA-MED. A new destination is not far off at all. My wild guess here is non-stop service to Montevideo. Just a guess. If DL were to re-start MIA-LGW it would be a succses, because MIA-London is underserved, but FLL-LGW would work so much better, because DL can feed on thier 46 dailies to FLL (although O&D alone could support it). BTW, exactly when was MIA=LGW axed? Thanks.