With that said...I was understanding UA had halted painting...was this only for mainline? Regionsl are able to proceed, or are these being painted on an "as needed" basis? Paint cycles perhaps? Don't think they'd want UA flights flying in DL colors. Oooohhh, didn't think DL Build meant ac...Jump to post
This looks to be a new route and 1st international destination out of LAX for NK.
NK LAX-SJD MAR 0>0.9 APR 0>0.4
Thanks again for the thread this week. It's a pleasure to look at, even if there are sad, deep deep cuts in it. **DL ONT-SEA NOV 0.4>2.0 DEC 0>2 JAN 0>2 FEB 0>2 MAR 0>2 APR 0>2 MAY 0>2 JUN 0>2 DL actually had me worried because originally this was bookable only for October. ...Jump to post
[twoid][/twoid] I strongly disagree with this. Many of the Midwest-FLL flights are flown without competition and cities like CMH and BUF and even MCI and STL routinely gets 4 flights a day in the winter. My thought is they are going to pounce on Cuba once it’s reopened. Keep HAV-TPA and 1x HAV-FLL ...Jump to post
Is the ratio of mainline to express (76 seater/50 seater) aircraft being enforced during the last few months or has it been a "gentlemen's agreement" while the network gets rebooted? I believe a OO E175 is already in the process of being converted to 70 seats and a seat map has been added...Jump to post
Does anyone who works at UA know if the October schedules are now firm? I'm looking at booking an October ticket, and it seems like there is more capacity on some routes in October than there is in September. Given that the funding dries up the end of this month, I'm a bit hesitant to think that UA...Jump to post
Although WN increased Florida from many places, the adds from CLE/MKE/CMH/IND/PIT may be reactions to UA's new p2p flying they announced WN always operates those routes from MKE. Now that fall is coming up WN adds those routes from MKE seasonally. Not a reaction to UA but standard WN adds for MKE. ...Jump to post
jetmatt777 wrote:BusBlitz wrote:jetmatt777 wrote:insourcing all UAX in Denver
I am literally on the ground hearing it from the CEO. So no i dont have a source, I am sure there will be something soon
Although WN increased Florida from many places, the adds from CLE/MKE/CMH/IND/PIT may be reactions to UA's new p2p flying they announcedJump to post
toga998 wrote:Possibility of resuming plans for AUS-SJD, Saturday only?
It seems likely AA will play the dartboard game, but if this is the one way to find some sort of profitability then all is welcome.
I still haven't been able to get any insider information on UA's 737-10 order. I know Boeing for sure has 16 737-9 frames ready for delivery once the program is re-certified. Also I think (not 100% sure)that in addition to a few more 737-9s UA is schedule to take delivery of a few 737-10s in 2021. ...Jump to post
SMX-AZA seems like an obvious add considering how long they’ve been in the market. And any expansion at PSP seems like a no-brainer...I always wondered why they only served 1 destination from such a seasonal destination that seems right in G4’s wheelhouse.Jump to post
Surprised to see UA trying LAX- SAL again after they pulled out more than a decade ago. Could this be due to their joint venture with Avianca? It was running as cargo-only and was expanded to passengers as well. It has now been extended a couple of times, as well as LAX-GUA. UA and AV don’t have a ...Jump to post
drdisque wrote:HNLSLCPDX wrote:At least SGU isn’t getting cut. That’s all I personally care about.
SGU is at-risk OO flying so it's not up to AA to cut.
Hello all, Back in January UA announced service from SMX to LAX, DEN and SFO starting in the summer with 1x daily flights to each destination. I believe they unofficially (could not find a news article stating the delay) postponed service to starting Oct 1. However, I have tried to book SMX to DEN ...Jump to post
Just to add to the question, do any 738s have the schimitar winglets? I know the 739s have them but I don’t think I’ve seen any on a 738. How many other airlines have retrofitted scimitars onto NG 737’s? Only ones I know of personally are TUI UK. WN has them on some of their 73Gs as well as the maj...Jump to post
NameOmitted wrote:wedgetail737 wrote:The E-175's have been working well with AS.
Is there any publicly available information that indicates how seriously AS/QX looked at the Q-400 Combi?
As a part of AS's new policy of seldom announcing new flights -- except at LAX -- I just discovered another new route for SAN beginning November 20: SBA. The new market was apparently in their Sat night load and I discovered it be randomly searching thru AS's online Flight Schedules. Here's the sch...Jump to post
I noticed a few different domestic/regional widebody flights outside of hub-hub runs like LAS etc. for September...how reliable is that schedule at this point? What are some regional widebody routes penciled in so far? The vast majority of the domestic schedule is only reliable through Labor Day ri...Jump to post
Will be interesting to see how B6 does on some of these with so many carriers on them. I wonder what new nonstops they can bring that aren't/haven't been served (according to the press release)? AUS-AA, DL, B6, WN, NK, UA BZN-G4, AA, DL, B6, UA LAS-AS, G4, AA, DL, F9, B6, WN, NK, SY, UA RNO-AA, B6,...Jump to post
In a way, it's a pretty low-risk move for them, so it makes sense...yes the competition is brutal, but LGB wasn't working.
Even if some of these routes don't work, they'll still have their existing successful cross-country routes at LAX and not still be dealing with a flailing LGB down the road.
Will be interesting to see how B6 does on some of these with so many carriers on them. I wonder what new nonstops they can bring that aren't/haven't been served (according to the press release)? AUS-AA, DL, B6, WN, NK, UA BZN-G4, AA, DL, B6, UA LAS-AS, G4, AA, DL, F9, B6, WN, NK, SY, UA RNO-AA, B6, ...Jump to post
I don't think another bailout will happen or should happen. If it were to happen, it needs to have long term strings attached, similar to what banks go through. Clearly more cash on hand/access to liquidity would be for starters. But that would be tough for airlines to accept and I don't see that ha...Jump to post
Should have ripped the bandaid off awhile agoJump to post
I see LAX has 63 flights scheduled in for tomorrow. Even if they double their schedule a year from now, that's still only about 125 flights. LA's primary regional feeder at LAX, Compass, shut down. AA is in the process of moving this flying over to Skywest, which is already in motion and begins in ...Jump to post
Demand being down is one thing, but fares are starting to drop to historically low levels...$25 fares on 3 hour flights. I haven't seen UA drop quite that low, but not far off. I've seen AA and B6 doing it on multiple city pairs though with that stage length.Jump to post
I’m curious what may happen to the beyond perimeter slots at DCA. If AA/AS get as cozy as it seems, maybe we see a shift in destination mixes. I don’t think each slot is tied to a specific destination. Although, some are. I could maybe see LAS or one of the LAX frequencies moved back to SAN, but ot...Jump to post
Ishrion wrote:United's flights bound for Sydney will be capped at 50 passengers:
https://twitter.com/BrianSumers/status/ ... 8922534913
Also in the fall UA will increase EWR-TLV frequency to 10x weekly and UA plans to launch passenger service ORD-TLV 3x weekly service. UA's pre-COVID SFO/IAD-TLV flights were not brought up, so I'm not sure when service will resume on those routes. That's very interesting. I suppose the ORD-TLV serv...Jump to post
Thanks for the read! And the secondary update! UA DEN-XNA AUG 4>0 SEP 4>3 I'm a little surprised they left four flights available for sale just a month in the future and then completely zero it out. well it's not being flown now, so it's just extending that...although I'm surprised they don't...Jump to post
Remember that with the reduction in mainline aircraft, there has to be a reduction in "large" regional jets, which is one of the reasons why the Mesa fleet is shrinking. We also need to take into account the age of the YV CRJ 900 fleet. They were the first "big rj" operator - he...Jump to post
Give me a specific route and a specific change that was made on Wednesday. “Things changed” is not useful. I could name a ton of examples, but LAX-AUS would have been showing 2x a day in August and after the update on Wednesday it went to 0x daily for August. Basically every domestic UA route showi...Jump to post
It's everything that changed in the 7 day period. If what they expect to be here isn't here, let's see an example? UA published their "real" August schedule (aka cuts) on Wednesday afternoon/evening that covers the 8/3-9/7 period. AA did something similar but I'm not sure exactly when the...Jump to post
Boeing757100 wrote:I think for cargo, but I'm still stumped. Here's the link I found this.
https://simpleflying.com/united-india-c ... ermission/
The issue is, UA stopped pushing their following month schedule changes on Saturday, instead they tend to push theirs on Wednesday/Thursday. Because of this, the schedule change is not captured in the weekend run. So, enilria's report shows changes from last Wednesday/Thursday. It's still a change ...Jump to post
It is what it is. I don't change anything, I was by no means blaming you but do you believe it was some type of error from the original source? No enilria has not made an error. UA, AA and I believe DL all sale the "full" schedule and then 30-40 days out they make the final adjustments or...Jump to post
Did WN passing UA include the regional side as well? Yes, the first number includes both regional and mainline while the 2nd is mainline only. Based off of the early June and July numbers this trend definitely continued, for example today UA has 3,500 passengers passing through TSA while WN has 12,...Jump to post
Hello everyone this post will have a lot of statistics, just a warning. The May passenger traffic numbers were posted, overall traffic was down 86.2%, cargo down 22.7%. One notable thing is that Southwest passed United to become the largest passenger airline at DEN, at least for May. Airline traffi...Jump to post
It's interesting that UA is only adding 350 flights for August from July. This is indeed a pretty cautious increase compared to what DL had announced 2 weeks ago. The big change since DL announcement is that the recent COVID surge has entered everyone's mind again. I wonder if UA was planning a lar...Jump to post