With AF adding DFW in S19, can we expect anymore int'l tails in IAH soon? Not looking good right now. Though earlier in the year, ET was the latest buzz, now they seem to have gone silent, as has MU from last year’s “pending” service. Well, at least we have our EK whale back. What are you complaini...Jump to post
Effective October 28, Avianca is adding an additional flight to Miami from Bogota. Going from 3 to 4 daily. AV126 BOG0915 – 1304MIA 333 D AV127 MIA1524 – 1900BOG 333 D So much capacity from MIA/FLL to Colombia it's incredible. In terms of intercontinental city pairs MIA/FLL to BOG must be among the...Jump to post
Latam is ending LIM. Thought the route was doing well but I guess Avianca got to them. At least we got seasonal WOWair flights to KEF. I think we will see more expansion from Spirit into South America if the markets warrant it. If NK orders the A321LR, no doubt they're going into Brazil. [twoid][/ ...Jump to post
The FLL flight isn’t doing bad actually, the connections from EK help and there are normally 120+ bags. Last night there were 140 or so. The loads might not be doing bad but if you look at how their revenue compares to other XXX-FLL routes, DTW is among the worst with CLE. I really think they shoul...Jump to post
DL/JV employs a 77W in the CDG-MIA market while AA merely flies a 772 in the market. To me it looks like DL/JV already has the upper hand in the MIA-CDG market over American. AA flies their highest density two class plane on MIACDG. What else do you expect them to fly? MIACDG is in insanely huge lo...Jump to post
miaami wrote:Curious how the JFK-LAX/SFO trans-cons are doing? Could this be the next thing AA cedes to DL/B6?
MIA is effectively an AA fortress hub. In no way is MIA a "fortress" hub for AA or anyone else... while AA often takes advantage of the near limitless demand for service throughout the Americas, they cannot in any significant way manipulate said market in the way a "real" fortre...Jump to post
727LOVER wrote:With this and RAM starting....has MIA surpassed JFK in # of TATL carriers?
I live in PHX and find AA to be a great Airline for all of my destinations including TPAC. PHX fills an important roll in AA's hub system. Around 50% of all traffic is O&D. Roughly 950,000 Pax a month use AA in PHX. About 425,00 a month are connecting passengers. DFW has only a slight higher am...Jump to post
Doug Parker and the incredibly toxic culture of US Airways that PMUS employees spread brought down AA. It will take a lot to fix this failing airline.Jump to post
It is funny ever since this thread started a couple of weeks ago, 4 new TATL routes have been announced for Berlin: Boston (PF), Newark (PF), Philadelphia (AA) and Toronto (PF). One, Philadelphia. You are confusing Berlin with Brussels. Not really. See the Primera news Ah, now I see. Well that'll l...Jump to post
I would have thought that either AA or AV would serve that route sooner than later but Viva works great too, which all involved parties luck. It's really satisfying to see more international destinations from secondary Colombian cities and I hope that Bucaramanga (BGA) and Cucuta (CUC) can land a d...Jump to post
Viva Colombia will launch 3x weekly service between Santa Marta, Colombia and Miami on December 18th. This is MIA's 7th destination in Colombia (8th from MIA/FLL) and Santa Marta's first service to the States. http://www.torreeldorado.com/viva-air-colombia-autorizada-santa-marta-miami/ Viva Air alre...Jump to post
OB1504 wrote:MAH4546 wrote:OB1504 wrote:
Avianca doesn't do it anymore. It flies MIA-GRU 2x a day now with a daylight.
When did that start? As recently as Sunday I saw PR-OCK parked at G16 for the day.
I read through the thread, I don't think anyone mentioned this but could they take around 10- E175's and base them into LAS? Fly them only to non-southwest markets on a 1x-3x daily basis. You would compete with Allegiant on a few routes but most of those are only 2x per week and don't cater to the ...Jump to post
OB1504 wrote:Miami wrote:
No, they have two daily flights now. Right now the only airlines that still do this are LATAM with a couple of 767s and 787s every day, BoA several times a week with a 767, and Avianca with their Brazilian A330.
In addition to Flair bringing MIA's first flights to Edmonton and Winnipeg, Sunwing will bring Miami's first flights to Ottawa, launch December 15th, and Quebec City, launching December 8th. Sunwing will also operate Miami-Montreal and Miami-Toronto from November 17.Jump to post
More overcapacity in a trans-Atlantic market that is bound to come crashing down. Not just from Tampa and Denver and Seattle...but Los Angeles and Orlando and Miami and and San Francisco and Boston, too, have too much service to Europe. The planes are easy to fill, but these fares are not sustainab...Jump to post
As such, we are seeing airlines like try to diversify by flying to smaller points like Tampa and Dubrovnik and Cleveland and Bologna in hopes of catching a non-stop fare advantage. It makes a lot of sense. You're comparing Tampa to Cleveland, Bologna, and Dubrovnik? 1 of these 4 is a major internat...Jump to post
Well...some things....or should I say PEOPLE.... never change :lol: Yawn. I wasn't poking fun at you, but enough said! :) No heart attack here. More overcapacity in a trans-Atlantic market that is bound to come crashing down. Not just from Tampa and Denver and Seattle...but Los Angeles and Orlando ...Jump to post
Miamiairport wrote:PAP is a bit surprising as that route supposedly was a big money maker but that was probably pre Spirit. With the axing of FLL/PAP does AA have any P2P routes left except for RDU/LHR?
I have to guess that the odds of LH starting PHL-MUC next year just shot way up after AA announced they're moving the route to Charlotte. Why? It's not a major market. I highly doubt that ever launches. PHL-FRA has historically not been the best for them; even saw their low-cost "Jump" se...Jump to post
Big day for announcements. Since Royal Air Maroc made the application a few weeks ago, this isn't unexpected, but we now know that it will launch on April 3rd, 2019 and be thrice a week. Not bookable on RAM's website as of yet. Link in French: https://www.maghrebemergent.info/maroc-ram-compte-lancer...Jump to post
Mildly surprised that MIA didn't get anything out of this. There had been rumors that AA was interested in Seville, which could have fit as a MIA route. I could have also seen a return to MAN or FRA or the start of DUB. Yet all is quiet on the Miami front. Miami is getting Córdoba, Argentina in Apr...Jump to post
Well they just expanded TPA, i dont see MIA. FL had service to MIA but couldnt rrally do anything to make it work, thats why most LCC use FLL. If im not mistaken MIA is expensive to operate in if your IATA code isnt AA, and the high cost of ops their doesnt work well with lcc business model Sun Cou...Jump to post
I was unaware SY was in MIA. What other routes are there? MSP-MIA runs there at least seasonally. I guess I forgot they were there. FLL is the hive for most of these things. I guess they did BNA-MIA rather than FLL to keep distance from WN. Yeah, Sun Country has flown to Miami for 30+ years uninter...Jump to post
Why is everyone so sure BA is going to come to CLT? AA already covers the route, and there are no signs that it needs specifically more CLT capacity to LHR. ^ This. Why would BA "waste" a slot and aircraft on a high-transfer route that an immunized j/v partner (1) already covers and (2) c...Jump to post
While I agree with you about New York/Newark, what are you basing Montreal on that you claim it's in a different league than BOS? Population? Number of international airlines that fly there/serve it? It's simply about Montreal's connection to French speaking Europe. Boston's can't compare. Montreal...Jump to post
If UA can operate profitably to EWR and IAD, AC to YUL, I think there should be a case for a GVA-BOS flight. Neither Boston as a hub nor Boston as a market and city are in the same league as New York dba Newark, DC or Montreal. While I agree with you about New York/Newark, what are you basing Montr...Jump to post
I am surprised that AA doesn’t fly to the Nordics. If they ever fly to ARN/OSL/CPH I guess that PHL is best suited for such a route. Tough market for U.S. carriers because it's so concentrated on Scandinavia point of sale. Big market, but it's even more NY/Miami/California-centric than others. Plus...Jump to post
According to a Portuguese website ET will start ADD-MAD-LIS. 4x Weekly using a B788, starting on the 28th October 2019 So it seems BCN didn’t work as a tag, let’s hope LIS does. Should have plenty of connecting traffic to LAD/JNB/MPT https://newsavia.com/ethiopian-comeca-em-outubro-rota-para-lisboa...Jump to post
The three largest trans-Atlantic gateways - JFK, EWR and MIA - have flights to BRU. I'm curious as to how you are gauging size here. Innovata data shows MIA to be behind JFK, EWR, LAX, ORD and IAD in terms of seats to Europe in the 12 months through 30th September. If you include the Middle East, M...Jump to post
With AA wanting to fly to more Eastern European cities, how would a flight to WAW, VIE, IST, OTP or DME from PHL sound. Personally I could see WAW and DME being the most realistic. Also is there any word on possible South American expansions from any of the hubs? Seems like it’s been quiet down the...Jump to post
Censorship, suppression of free speech and restrictions on freedom of the press are ideas that are supported by and advocated by liberals and the Democratic Party in this country, not conservatives. I always find it hysterical when liberals try to act like the think otherwise. Republicans firmly bel...Jump to post
Seems GLA Delta being downgraded for S19 to domestic 757 with no lieflat biz class. Thats a disappointment as its the best 757 biz class on the market (compare with UA/AA). Think some other routes get these too? Don't they also send 757s to GLA? UA, DL and AA all use the same exact B/E Diamond off-...Jump to post
Agreed, it's actually pretty decent with ATL, JFK, ORD, EWR, IAD, YUL and YYZ. Many other European cities like GVA or BCN would like this sort of year-round service to N America. And TUIfly year-round to Miami and I think Orlando, but not sure if Orlando still operates. Surprised TUI doesn't do a C...Jump to post
If you look on a map, BRU is very underserved to major US hubs compared to cities surrounding it. To the east is FRA, to the west is LHR, to the north is AMS, to the south is CDG. All 4 are very well served by all the 3 US airlines from major hubs. But BRU is missing several big holes compared to i...Jump to post
I heard a rumour recently that Trump was open to having a meeting with Rouhani, or did this fall by the wayside after Trump's capital letter twitter rant a few weeks back. Trump did say he was open to meeting with Rouhani. Or anyone for that matter. But Rouhani quickly responded saying that would n...Jump to post
Tradewinds71 wrote:Forgive my lack of understanding of how PDEW data is gathered, but does it factor in "bleed" to surrounding airports? I'm assuming there's a lot of it to MCO from JAX.
Your obsession with AA reducing JFK is incredibly odd.
AA likely likes what they have with JFK as is. They aren’t waiting for anything.