|Quoting bmacleod (Thread starter):|
With 737MAX having longer range this will likely mean more 737 U.S. - European routes, as 757s/767s are retired/converted to cargo.
|Quoting bmacleod (Reply 4):|
I was referring to Northeast U.S. to Western Europe on higher frequency routings that are light on cargo.
Of course routes from Southwest and Western U.S. needs at least A330/767/787s to fly to Europe...
|Quoting Roseflyer (Reply 5):|
I think airports like BOS, BDL, SNN, DUB, BFS, EDI, NCL, MAN, etc need narrowbodies because the markets are thinner. Airports in the UK outside of London weren't getting any service to the US other than some minimal traffic at MAN.
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