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by izbtmnhd
Sat Sep 12, 2020 6:10 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: JetBlue Advancing Focus City Strategy (New Route Announcements)
Replies: 200
Views: 22045

Re: JetBlue Advancing Focus City Strategy (New Route Announcements)

When you look at this stuff you kinda see how not having a decent Midwest presence hurts B6 and AS. We’re in a VFR environment and UA is using spare aircraft to link Midwest cities to Florida during peak winter travel while B6 is limited to make riskier VFR moves like RIC-LAS and CHS-LAX. Likewise w...

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by izbtmnhd
Thu Sep 10, 2020 5:18 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Why United should establish a new TPA hub (or at least a focus city)
Replies: 64
Views: 7484

Re: Why United should establish a new TPA hub (or at least a focus city)

The demographics don’t really matter. The problem posted at the beginning of this thread still stands:

The only value TPA would bring as a UA hub would be to serve as a LATAM/SA gateway. So why would UA compete against itself at IAH?

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by izbtmnhd
Sun Sep 06, 2020 12:20 am
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Cleveland Aviation Thread - 2020
Replies: 896
Views: 96450

Re: Cleveland Aviation Thread - 2020

For OCT:

NK is showing 7-8 daily departures Th-Mo and 2-3 daily departures on Tu, We.

LAX, LAS, MYR, MCO, RSW, TPA, ATL, CUN, FLL, DFW

F9 is showing 8 daily departures Th-Mo and 7 daily departures on Tu, We.

PHX, LAS, DEN, RSW, TPA, MCO, SRQ
MCO 2x Daily, LAS 11x weekly

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by izbtmnhd
Thu Sep 03, 2020 3:52 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: PIT Update Discussion Thread - 2020
Replies: 510
Views: 88754

Re: PIT Update Discussion Thread - 2020

I still don't get how JST receives EAS. My wife's family is from Windber and it's a really easy drive to Pittsburgh. Heck, it's a relatively easy drive to Baltimore and DC too. Try driving, say, Cody, WY to Denver or Salt Lake City. That's a haul on many two lane roads. Does the name John Murtha ri...

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by izbtmnhd
Wed Aug 26, 2020 9:28 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: PIT Update Discussion Thread - 2020
Replies: 510
Views: 88754

Re: PIT Update Discussion Thread - 2020

@izbtmnhd - I guess it's been awhile since you were on the turnpike. As of today, here are the current rates for the 105 mile route you referenced, as taken directly from the PA Turnpike website: TOLL BY PLATE Amount: $17.90 E-ZPASS Toll Amount: $12.70 Your Mileage is Approximately: 105.06 miles I ...

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by izbtmnhd
Wed Aug 26, 2020 2:05 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Long Beach (LGB) increasing number of air carrier slots
Replies: 530
Views: 67775

Re: Long Beach (LGB) increasing number of air carrier slots

Going on ULCC F9 history of the dart board. I can see them adding around 22 less than daily non stop markets if they can achieve 10 slots. 3 or 4 slots would be non daily Red eyes to cites like ORD,MKE,IAD,EWR,PHL,ATL and MCO. I know that sounds crazy but F9 marketshare is the Backpacker NON busine...

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by izbtmnhd
Wed Aug 26, 2020 1:09 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: PIT Update Discussion Thread - 2020
Replies: 510
Views: 88754

Re: PIT Update Discussion Thread - 2020

Looks like JST fell for the shiny jet syndrome. I disagree their decision was based on "shiny jet syndrome" and likely has more to do with the post COVID economic situation. Thanks to COVID-19, PIT currently lacks international service and a has very limited domestic schedule compared to ...

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by izbtmnhd
Tue Aug 25, 2020 6:16 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: PIT Update Discussion Thread - 2020
Replies: 510
Views: 88754

Re: PIT Update Discussion Thread - 2020

Looks like JST fell for the shiny jet syndrome. I disagree their decision was based on "shiny jet syndrome" and likely has more to do with the post COVID economic situation. Thanks to COVID-19, PIT currently lacks international service and a has very limited domestic schedule compared to ...

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by izbtmnhd
Wed Jul 29, 2020 4:01 pm
Forum: Non-Aviation
Topic: Is air travel really such a polluter? (Shutdown makes things clearer)
Replies: 32
Views: 3602

Re: Is air travel really such a polluter? (Shutdown makes things clearer)

I live on a 12th floor of a building a few kilometers from YYZ and during this shutdown the one thing that I see is amazing views that I have never seen before. I see clearly at least twice ahead and I see landmarks I haven't seen before from my balcony under any weather. Also everything looks orga...

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by izbtmnhd
Thu Jul 23, 2020 3:59 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: British Airways network updates
Replies: 316
Views: 54466

Re: British Airways route updates

Since the US government does not currently permit transatlantic passenger arrivals at these airports, with no end date for the policy, what does anyone expect BA to do? Advertise flights anyway, allow the poorly informed to book and then tell them the flights are cancelled? I admit some other airli...

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by izbtmnhd
Thu Jul 23, 2020 1:44 am
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Skywest Bids for Johnstown - JST Essential Air Service Contract
Replies: 13
Views: 1911

Re: Skywest Bids for Johnstown - JST Essential Air Service Contract

    It’s hard to think the Skywest bid won’t win. JST would have hub connectivity at IAD/ORD.

    Also, with so many working from home Johnstown-PIT is now a very easy drive.

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    by izbtmnhd
    Thu Jul 23, 2020 1:33 am
    Forum: Civil Aviation
    Topic: British Airways network updates
    Replies: 316
    Views: 54466

    Re: BA cancels LHR-CHS for rest of 2020

    MSY, PDX, etc. are easily accessible through the existing OW hubs. It is what it is for now. And yet, they just reconfirmed PDX being launched, and MSY has received no notification at this time that their flight will not be returning, so...... Looks like the OW hubs win the round against PDX. Still...

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    by izbtmnhd
    Thu Jul 09, 2020 4:45 pm
    Forum: Civil Aviation
    Topic: Cleveland Aviation Thread - 2020
    Replies: 896
    Views: 96450

    Re: Cleveland Aviation Thread - 2020

    NK CLE-CUN DEC 0.2>0.5[0] JAN 0>0.5[0] NK CLE-EWR DEC 0.5>1.0[0] JAN 0>1.0[0] FEB 0>0.3[0] NK CLE-FLL DEC 1.5>3[1.3] JAN 0>3[1.9] FEB 0>1.0[1.8] NK CLE-LAS DEC 1.0>2[1.4] JAN 0>2[0.9] FEB 0>0.6[1.0] NK CLE-LAX DEC 0.5>1.0[1.0] FEB 0>0.3[1.0] NK CLE-MCO DEC 1.2>2[1.0] JAN 0>2[1.9] FEB 0>0.8[2] NK CL...

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    by izbtmnhd
    Sat Jun 13, 2020 7:28 pm
    Forum: Civil Aviation
    Topic: Cleveland Aviation Thread - 2020
    Replies: 896
    Views: 96450

    Re: Cleveland Aviation Thread - 2020

    CLE-MKE: 52% Now we see why WN dropped this. Even in peak season it couldn't get over 70%. Odd pairing of 2 spokes with no connections on either end. WN immediately stepped in when UA dropped MKE. There was likely a business reason behind the add similar to DL BDL-CLE. The problem with WN is they c...

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    by izbtmnhd
    Wed Jun 03, 2020 8:54 pm
    Forum: Civil Aviation
    Topic: Chinese aviation market international capacity restriction
    Replies: 139
    Views: 17828

    Re: Chinese aviation market international capacity restriction

    I can tell you based on actually knowing people living in different parts of China that COVID cases basically died down by then. The level of control they put in to contain this in China is much more severe than anything I had to deal with in NY/NJ. They've been pretty paranoid about a second wave ...

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    by izbtmnhd
    Wed Jun 03, 2020 8:47 pm
    Forum: Civil Aviation
    Topic: Chinese aviation market international capacity restriction
    Replies: 139
    Views: 17828

    Re: Chinese aviation market international capacity restriction

    I can tell you based on actually knowing people living in different parts of China that COVID cases basically died down by then. The level of control they put in to contain this in China is much more severe than anything I had to deal with in NY/NJ. They've been pretty paranoid about a second wave ...

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    by izbtmnhd
    Wed Jun 03, 2020 8:15 pm
    Forum: Civil Aviation
    Topic: Chinese aviation market international capacity restriction
    Replies: 139
    Views: 17828

    Re: Chinese aviation market international capacity restriction

    I think by then, the China had flattened its curve whereas Western countries were just starting to have issues. March 11th was also when US put the travel Ban on EU countries. So quite a lot of things happened that week which would've led to every country imposing more restrictive air travel. I see...

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    by izbtmnhd
    Wed Jun 03, 2020 7:45 pm
    Forum: Civil Aviation
    Topic: Chinese aviation market international capacity restriction
    Replies: 139
    Views: 17828

    Re: Chinese aviation market international capacity restriction

    Why was the rule made in such a way which made March 12th so special? Again, picking a certain flight schedule day out of hat doesn't feel like it's based on anything but the whim of politicians. And, yes, I know there's politics on both side of this but we can't pretend the Chinese are doing somet...

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    by izbtmnhd
    Wed Jun 03, 2020 7:29 pm
    Forum: Civil Aviation
    Topic: Chinese aviation market international capacity restriction
    Replies: 139
    Views: 17828

    Re: Chinese aviation market international capacity restriction

    Why was the rule made in such a way which made March 12th so special? Again, picking a certain flight schedule period out of hat doesn't feel like it's based on anything but the whim of politicians. And, yes, I know there's politics on both side of this but we can't pretend the Chinese are doing som...

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    by izbtmnhd
    Wed Jun 03, 2020 5:36 pm
    Forum: Civil Aviation
    Topic: Chinese aviation market international capacity restriction
    Replies: 139
    Views: 17828

    Re: Chinese aviation market international capacity restriction

    To me, the problem is that the CAAC baseline service requirement of March 12 is totally arbitrary. Am I missing some basis for it? Back in March China reduced the total number of international flights by its own airlines and foreign carriers for obvious health reasons. The means to determine what f...

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    by izbtmnhd
    Thu May 28, 2020 6:03 pm
    Forum: Civil Aviation
    Topic: Cleveland Aviation Thread - 2020
    Replies: 896
    Views: 96450

    Re: Cleveland Aviation Thread - 2020

    Nicknuzzii wrote:
    F9 seems to be the only carrier that does decent from CLE.


    NK is bringing back most of their schedule by July. Including LAX, LAS, BOS, etc. Will see how much of it sticks.

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    by izbtmnhd
    Thu May 28, 2020 5:16 pm
    Forum: Civil Aviation
    Topic: British Airways network updates
    Replies: 316
    Views: 54466

    Re: BA cancels LHR-CHS for rest of 2020

    I agree with you. You can generally drive higher yields with non stop passengers than connecting ones. BA know that and have acted on this for years. If the can find the right size plane they can fill, they'll offer the flights non stop rather than feed through existing hubs. The problem is they no...

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    by izbtmnhd
    Thu May 28, 2020 3:16 pm
    Forum: Civil Aviation
    Topic: British Airways network updates
    Replies: 316
    Views: 54466

    Re: BA cancels LHR-CHS for rest of 2020

    but it makes more sense to drive traffic through hubs now. To which (again) I'll inform you that that's only an assumption on your part... not a factual statement. You lack the numerical basis on which to claim that, specific to this (or really any) airline on a specific route. We simply do not kno...

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    by izbtmnhd
    Wed May 27, 2020 12:45 am
    Forum: Civil Aviation
    Topic: British Airways network updates
    Replies: 316
    Views: 54466

    Re: BA cancels LHR-CHS for rest of 2020

    [photoid][/photoid] And yet, they just reconfirmed PDX being launched, and MSY has received no notification at this time that their flight will not be returning, so...... ...BA wants to lose more money? :D Perhaps. Or, it could just be that they have a better grasp of what's optimally contributory t...

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    by izbtmnhd
    Tue May 26, 2020 10:06 pm
    Forum: Civil Aviation
    Topic: British Airways network updates
    Replies: 316
    Views: 54466

    Re: BA cancels LHR-CHS for rest of 2020

    LAX772LR wrote:
    izbtmnhd wrote:
    MSY, PDX, etc. are easily accessible through the existing OW hubs. It is what it is for now.

    And yet, they just reconfirmed PDX being launched, and MSY has received no notification at this time that their flight will not be returning, so......


    ...BA wants to lose more money? :D

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    by izbtmnhd
    Tue May 26, 2020 3:59 pm
    Forum: Civil Aviation
    Topic: British Airways network updates
    Replies: 316
    Views: 54466

    Re: BA cancels LHR-CHS for rest of 2020

    Many of you don't seem to realize that some of the "3rd tier" routes actually performed better on yield basis than many of BA's longstanding routes, including several superhubs. Not surprising. People are willing to pay more for a non-stop rather than connecting through a congested superh...

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    by izbtmnhd
    Tue May 26, 2020 3:58 pm
    Forum: Civil Aviation
    Topic: British Airways network updates
    Replies: 316
    Views: 54466

    Re: BA cancels LHR-CHS for rest of 2020

    Many of you don't seem to realize that some of the "3rd tier" routes actually performed better on yield basis than many of BA's longstanding routes, including several superhubs. Of course there's many more factors than just yield (e.g. available fleet, traffic flows, connections, contract...

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    by izbtmnhd
    Fri May 22, 2020 5:46 pm
    Forum: Civil Aviation
    Topic: British Airways network updates
    Replies: 316
    Views: 54466

    Re: BA cancels LHR-CHS for rest of 2020

    Charleston was overpwrforming for BA. A strong, premium leisure market. I don’t expect it comes back in the short term, but it probably long-term did not need subsidies to remain valuable. All the secondary BA flying will be wiped out for a whole, IMO. BNA, MSY, TPA, etc., even with a fast recovery...

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    by izbtmnhd
    Fri May 22, 2020 4:24 pm
    Forum: Civil Aviation
    Topic: British Airways network updates
    Replies: 316
    Views: 54466

    Re: BA cancels LHR-CHS for rest of 2020

    Tech isn’t slipping by this depression, we’re only at it’s infancy. Budgets have only begun to shrink and expenditures for tech are second only to labor at most organizations. Changes are coming for all sectors. Maryland hasn’t yanked the subsidy yet. If they do, I agree BWI is in trouble. Yet if i...

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    by izbtmnhd
    Fri May 22, 2020 3:49 pm
    Forum: Civil Aviation
    Topic: British Airways network updates
    Replies: 316
    Views: 54466

    Re: BA cancels LHR-CHS for rest of 2020

    Tech isn’t slipping by this depression, we’re only at it’s infancy. Budgets have only begun to shrink and expenditures for tech are second only to labor at most organizations. Changes are coming for all sectors. Maryland hasn’t yanked the subsidy yet. If they do, I agree BWI is in trouble. Yet if i...

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    by izbtmnhd
    Fri May 22, 2020 2:59 pm
    Forum: Civil Aviation
    Topic: British Airways network updates
    Replies: 316
    Views: 54466

    Re: BA cancels LHR-CHS for rest of 2020

    Probably shut down IAH, DFW, and AUS in addition to MSY. Not a lot of prospects for 3rd tier markets, I doubt that BA will return to the smaller US destinations. IAH and DFW are not 3rd tier markets, are not "smaller" U.S. destinations, and are not at risk. AUS has proven itself over seve...

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    by izbtmnhd
    Tue May 12, 2020 8:35 pm
    Forum: Civil Aviation
    Topic: Cleveland Aviation Thread - 2020
    Replies: 896
    Views: 96450

    Re: Cleveland Aviation Thread - 2020

    Last I heard was AA was at about 8. F9 and NK arw both at 1 less than daily, G4 is anyone's guess. They have flights scheduled but most seem to cancel. I have counted between 21 and 25 scheduled departures each day in the last week on FR24. F9 is operating at 2x/daily now but some days have less op...

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    by izbtmnhd
    Tue May 12, 2020 1:10 pm
    Forum: Civil Aviation
    Topic: Cleveland Aviation Thread - 2020
    Replies: 896
    Views: 96450

    Re: Cleveland Aviation Thread - 2020

    Does CLE have around 30 flights a day now? SW - 10, DL - 6, UA - 4, AC - 0, AA - ? Spirit - ? Frontier - ? Allegiant - ? B6 - ? Last I heard was AA was at about 8. F9 and NK arw both at 1 less than daily, G4 is anyone's guess. They have flights scheduled but most seem to cancel. I have counted betw...

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    by izbtmnhd
    Mon May 11, 2020 4:54 pm
    Forum: Civil Aviation
    Topic: Cleveland Aviation Thread - 2020
    Replies: 896
    Views: 96450

    Re: Cleveland Aviation Thread - 2020

    CAK filed an objection to being grouped with CLE as part of a shared service region. This was filed before the final order went out, so looks like they were denied. https://downloads.regulations.gov/DOT-OST-2020-0037-0029/attachment_1.pdf from CAK's objection letter: "...Before amplifying upon...

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    by izbtmnhd
    Fri Mar 06, 2020 4:10 pm
    Forum: Civil Aviation
    Topic: AS announces CVG service
    Replies: 77
    Views: 12473

    Re: AS announces CVG service

    The whole industry is in meltdown, but AS found the time to retaliate against DL for SEA-CMH. (eye roll) Haha, I was thinking the same thing. Increased service to Seattle where all the major companies there are telling employees not to travel and stay home. Makes sense. I know, I know..it’s startin...

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    by izbtmnhd
    Mon Mar 02, 2020 3:11 pm
    Forum: Civil Aviation
    Topic: Delta Adds SEA-CMH/DFW
    Replies: 83
    Views: 11870

    Re: Delta Adds SEA-CMH/DFW

    Any airline that would announce new routes in the same week that the entire industry is in potential danger of total collapse are absolute idiots. This couldn’t wait a couple of weeks to get a bigger picture of the Coronavirus fallout? I have a feeling that bookings both domestic and international ...

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    by izbtmnhd
    Wed Feb 19, 2020 8:11 pm
    Forum: Civil Aviation
    Topic: DC Airports Thread - 2020
    Replies: 104
    Views: 13923

    Re: DC Airports Thread - 2020

    More silver line delays possible after new flaws found in concrete panels and in train control software. https://wtop.com/tracking-metro-24-7/2020/01/new-details-on-silver-line-concrete-software-issues-that-could-contribute-to-opening-delay/ Surprise! Hello 2021! https://wtop.com/tracking-metro-24-...

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    by izbtmnhd
    Fri Feb 14, 2020 10:49 pm
    Forum: Civil Aviation
    Topic: Cleveland Aviation Thread - 2020
    Replies: 896
    Views: 96450

    Re: Cleveland Aviation Thread - 2020

    Not in my wheelhouse to understand all the talk about approaches to BKL but I think just as big of an issue is the ground traffic pattern to get to BKL. During Browns games or stadium concerts it's a nonstarter. There better be phenomenal signage to alert people to take E55th on those days, and eve...

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    by izbtmnhd
    Tue Jan 28, 2020 2:46 am
    Forum: Civil Aviation
    Topic: Corona Virus outbreak - Aviation related News and Discussion Thread
    Replies: 1387
    Views: 211632

    Re: SFO-PEK/PVG Chinese loads appear to drop

    This isn’t SARS. Total SARS cases ended up around 9000 globally. The nCoV virus is up to 4200 cases and it hasn’t even really gotten going yet unfortunately.

    Let’s hope all airlines flying in and out of China make responsible decisions in coordination with their government’s health agencies.

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    by izbtmnhd
    Tue Jan 28, 2020 2:21 am
    Forum: Civil Aviation
    Topic: Cleveland Aviation Thread - 2020
    Replies: 896
    Views: 96450

    Re: Cleveland Aviation Thread - 2020

    Frontier CLE-LGA loads: 2014-10: 81% 2014-11: 84% 2014-12: 87% --route cut-- Market has drastically improved since 2014. Seems like a good time for a re-entry. That being either CLE-LGA or EWR. Both would work. I don’t think F9 would waste precious EWR hate space on a flight to CLE. I think they co...

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    by izbtmnhd
    Tue Jan 07, 2020 3:21 pm
    Forum: Civil Aviation
    Topic: Cleveland Aviation Thread - 2020
    Replies: 896
    Views: 96450

    Re: Cleveland Aviation Thread - 2020

    My post submitted to the CLE Master Plan website: I truly hope this master plan really does become a workable plan. Despite inadequate leadership from the city and the airport management, the airport truly has done well with increased passenger numbers and lower fares. CLE has the potential to be a...

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    by izbtmnhd
    Thu Jan 02, 2020 10:31 pm
    Forum: Civil Aviation
    Topic: DC Airports Thread - 2020
    Replies: 104
    Views: 13923

    Re: DC Airports Thread - 2020

    We'll know very soon if the Silver Line is opening this summer. WMATA needs a window for training and other operational prep items after MWAA hands over the keys. If the handover isn't complete by April it's not coming online this summer. If we're talking June and the "summer season" it ne...

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    by izbtmnhd
    Wed Dec 11, 2019 3:39 pm
    Forum: Civil Aviation
    Topic: British Airways at BWI
    Replies: 70
    Views: 10649

    Re: British Airways at BWI

    Anyone know why BWI can’t hold any international airlines other than BA (with a heavy subsidy)? You would think that the Maryland DC suburbs plus government related business plus Baltimore could at least hold a route to a hub. IAD serves the fast-growing high-income area of the DC-Balt metro. BWI d...

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    by izbtmnhd
    Tue Dec 03, 2019 1:23 am
    Forum: Civil Aviation
    Topic: Collapsing US hubs
    Replies: 93
    Views: 19786

    Re: Collapsing US hubs

    CLE is approaching 10 million pax served annually with a small UA focus city as the largest operation and very little connecting traffic and keeps growing at 5% clip. STL is at 15.5 million with a fairly large SW connecting “Hub”. PIT has more int’l service than STL, CVG, CLE, IND, MCI etc. Not sur...

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    by izbtmnhd
    Mon Dec 02, 2019 10:11 pm
    Forum: Civil Aviation
    Topic: Collapsing US hubs
    Replies: 93
    Views: 19786

    Re: Collapsing US hubs

    CLE is approaching 10 million pax served annually with a small UA focus city as the largest operation and very little connecting traffic and keeps growing at 5% clip. STL is at 15.5 million with a fairly large SW connecting “Hub”. PIT has more int’l service than STL, CVG, CLE, IND, MCI etc. Not sure...

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    by izbtmnhd
    Tue Nov 26, 2019 2:57 pm
    Forum: Civil Aviation
    Topic: Cleveland Aviation Thread - 2019
    Replies: 1568
    Views: 244857

    Re: Cleveland Aviation Thread - 2019

    Stole this from the PIT thread. https://www.anna.aero/2019/10/11/top-20-unserved-routes-eastern-usa-to-the-caribbean/ The data confirms what we have been talking about: CLE-SJU is the top unserved Caribbean route from the Eastern US. Growing by 9% last year alone. Who would jump in on this route? Wo...

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    by izbtmnhd
    Sat Nov 23, 2019 3:08 am
    Forum: Civil Aviation
    Topic: AA Adds DFW-PWM, MIA-JAN/DSM, DCA-TVC, PHL-MVY/ACK/TVC, CLT-MVY
    Replies: 83
    Views: 9342

    Re: AA Adds DFW-PWM, MIA-JAN/DSM, DCA-TVC, PHL-MVY/ACK/TVC, CLT-MVY

    What are you talking about the TVC area is one of the top vacation destinations in the USA. In the summer you can't even move in the city. One of the wealthiest communities Harbor Springs is less than an hour away. I know you're from the Detroit area so there's some Michigan pride involved but TVC ...

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    by izbtmnhd
    Thu Nov 21, 2019 8:40 pm
    Forum: Civil Aviation
    Topic: AA Adds DFW-PWM, MIA-JAN/DSM, DCA-TVC, PHL-MVY/ACK/TVC, CLT-MVY
    Replies: 83
    Views: 9342

    Re: AA Adds DFW-PWM, MIA-JAN/DSM, DCA-TVC, PHL-MVY/ACK/TVC, CLT-MVY

    http://news.aa.com/news/news-details/2019/20-New-Routes-for-Summer-2020/default.aspx Nice adds, AA finally connects Maine with DFW. All but MIA-JAN/DSM operated Saturday-only; these two routes are Saturday/Sunday. DFW-PWM A319 MIA-JAN E-145 MIA-DSM E-175 DCA-TVC E-175 PHL-MVY/ACK/TVC E-175 CLT-MVY ...

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    by izbtmnhd
    Thu Nov 21, 2019 3:12 pm
    Forum: Civil Aviation
    Topic: AA Adds DFW-PWM, MIA-JAN/DSM, DCA-TVC, PHL-MVY/ACK/TVC, CLT-MVY
    Replies: 83
    Views: 9342

    Re: AA Adds DFW-PWM, MIA-JAN/DSM, DCA-TVC, PHL-MVY/ACK/TVC, CLT-MVY

    http://news.aa.com/news/news-details/2019/20-New-Routes-for-Summer-2020/default.aspx Nice adds, AA finally connects Maine with DFW. All but MIA-JAN/DSM operated Saturday-only; these two routes are Saturday/Sunday. DFW-PWM A319 MIA-JAN E-145 MIA-DSM E-175 DCA-TVC E-175 PHL-MVY/ACK/TVC E-175 CLT-MVY ...

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    by izbtmnhd
    Tue Nov 19, 2019 4:40 pm
    Forum: Civil Aviation
    Topic: DC/VA/MD Aviation Thread - 2019
    Replies: 456
    Views: 66595

    Re: DC/VA/MD Aviation Thread - 2019

    Anyone else surprised by the UA/NH decision to move both NRT flights to HND? Does this provide an opening for a possible JL return to IAD? Not really surprised, I wish it would have been done years ago! As for adding a daily JL from IAD, I think 3x daily IAD-TYO would struggle especially if JL had ...

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