I wonder as their fleet grows would they do a WN maneuver and add MHT to serve communities north of Boston like they are using PVD to cover communities south of Boston? I know that once more aircraft enter the Breeze fleet, more dots in New England will surely be added. I would have to believe that...Jump to post
Any chance of AA trying MIA-MHT saturday only service? I think it could work if flight was timed for cruise connections and South American a Caribbean flight connections. A nemesis is Spirit, and I could surely see AA tweaking them with MIA-MHT service to siphon some of the Spirit MHT-FLL traffic. ...Jump to post
Many have asked why so many aircraft now. Of course, they need them to replace and grow. However, the...most important factors which exist are 1) interest rates at a very low cost Over the timeframe where these planes are delivered, isn't it about what the interest rates are then versus what they a...Jump to post
I’m thinking it’s likely that they will connect MKE with Manchester, NH twice daily. MHT needs more East-west flow because, as much as we love to go to Florida, we also want to go to other dots called LAS, PHX, LAX.Jump to post
What are the odds DL returns to MHT? I would say 70%. The demographics are all bullish for the market: population, incomes, business growth. The thing I keep coming back to is all the people, mostly middle to high earners that this Pandemic displaced from large suburban areas to more rural areas. I...Jump to post
I'm going with the airline having 140+ NEOs on the books, starting to come this year. Frontier.Jump to post
Do we know for sure that it is a new carrier? Just says exciting news....last time they did that it was United returning service to Dulles It would be rather awkward, I think, to hold this press event at the ticketing area and then have it NOT be a new airline. A new airline announcement allows the...Jump to post
aviationjunky wrote:My money is on Avelo or Breeze. They both are expanding relatively rapidly. It would be nice to see expansion from MHT to the west again.
I flew Frontier PWM-RSW-PWM in May. A321s both ways. The flight going down was probably 25% full but the one coming back was about 60% full. Those are obviously lower than you'd otherwise expect due to COVID. They really cram the seats in, and they don't recline. Nor is there any IFE. So PWM-RSW (or...Jump to post
DL to ATL and or DTW would mean more cities to connect to and more frequent flyers from the area will use the service. Frontier is point to point which is good but hub airlines open up a world of possibilities. DL never really had a robust enough schedule at MHT to open a 'world of possibilities.' ...Jump to post
Frontier has over 140 new NEO's on the books starting this year. A mix of 320s and 321s. So they will have the metal, over time, to service all sorts of new markets while fortifying existing ones. Heaven forbid is the announcement tomorrow is simply DL returning. That's NOT 'press-event' worthy new...Jump to post
They are not just leaving BTV to launch MHT.
They will either launch MHT or not, it has nothing to do with BTV...
Frontier has over 140 new NEO's on the books starting this year. A mix of 320s and 321s. So they will have the metal, over time, to service all sorts of new markets while fortifying existing ones. Heaven forbid is the announcement tomorrow is simply DL returning. That's NOT 'press-event' worthy news...Jump to post
The event is at 2pm. I’m guessing an airline based out west. Frontier. That could be a function of the governors availability. That's the only reason I don't think its something cargo related unless there's a major jobs component to it. Cargo has already been pretty much announced, just not the dat...Jump to post
The event is at 2pm. I’m guessing an airline based out west. Frontier.Jump to post
Any guesses or insight on EK211/212 to IAH possibly upgauging from the current 77L? It was a 380 pre-pandemic, including the trip my family of 4 was booked on in March 2020 before we cancelled. We plan to go in November to visit my expat sister and her family and I'm hoping for a resumption of 380 ...Jump to post
United will change its name as soon as Kleenex does.Jump to post
UA must figure it will take next to nothing to drive Frontier off. After all, Frontier is a very fickle airline that doesn't hesitate a minute when ditching a route.Jump to post
@CMH...pretending to be as significant as those natural transatlantic hubs Providence, Stewart, and Hartford.
There are more people in Columbus than in Cleveland, Cincinnati, Hartford, and Providence COMBINED.
jetbluefan1 wrote:Btw what is Meltwater?
The thing about Frontier, at least in my view, is that they aren't reluctant to ditch routes that 'underperform.' The worst case scenario is that Frontier does as people fear...they push JetBlue out. Then, they leave themselves.Jump to post
It's a sad day when Ryanair has a more recognisable and arguably better livery than Aer Lingus. It'll be a sad day if Ryanair ever graces the American shores...whether they have an 'arguably better livery' or not. It's a disgraceful airline that a 'livery' cannot make better. Meanwhile, we'll await...Jump to post
Probably add 'Big Academe' and 'Big Pharma' to Boston's list.
If a BOAC 744 came through Boston, they'd give it a water salute...no matter what 'protocol' and 'tradition' say.Jump to post
Only recently has DL entered or announced its plans to enter UA/AA mega-hubs from BOS, which is where DL stands to experience the most pain and where B6 has already established itself. Many recall that DL has (at least twice) added and then yanked flights to SFO/LAX (back to the Song days). They mi...Jump to post
I guess B6 3x daily BOS-DTW service start on the same day was a coincidence. So, why was it cut from 2x daily to one and why is this only a seasonal upgrade. EK carries only 19% of US-India traffic. They make it look like 110%. Fact is BOS is far better for connecting passengers. No one is looking ...Jump to post
Boston is a global hub for life sciences and education. While only the affluent in India and Africa might be able to afford to travel internationally, they would have a reason to come to Boston. And plenty of business travellers of U.S. origin have reasons to travel to those places. EK doesn't fly ...Jump to post