On AA (excluding instances where AA already serves a distinct airport in the same market e.g SLU/UVF and restricted Cuban markets): AZS CAP CAY CYB TAB These are all I could think of. I’m not sure whether the runway at EIS is long enough for an E175. I doubt it though. AA’s Caribbean coverage ex MI...Jump to post
With these additions plus San Andres, what other airports with runways long enough lack Miami service? On AA (excluding instances where AA already serves a distinct airport in the same market e.g SLU/UVF and restricted Cuban markets): AZS CAP CAY CYB TAB These are all I could think of. I’m not sure...Jump to post
Demand will take years to return to pre COVID levels with higher airfares and restrictions. Delta has much better inflight service than American so I could see them being able to return to pre COVID levels in Australia sooner than American. There is plenty of demand - as soon as Australia allows Au...Jump to post
Iggy500 wrote:Now that F9 has plans to operate international flights out of ATL, will they have to get ticketing/check in space at the International Terminal?.
Burbank no longer listed as a new destination. https://flights.flyflair.com/en-ca/us-routes That wasn’t well thought out. I wonder if they will now pick LAX instead? The only other option is ONT - which is the cheaper choice but not a well known airport for Canadians. Kinda key when F8 will probabl...Jump to post
I suspect it will be huge this winter. AC may feel the need to fly wide bodies to both FLL and MIA. Air Canada has already loaded 4 daily A330s from both YUL & YYZ To both MIA and FLL? I know they usually fly wide bodies to FLL but have they been added to MIA too? MIA is Rouge at moment. But wh...Jump to post
Ahhhh… what could have been. According to the Triangle Business Journal, RDU was just inches away from getting AMS and FRA service before Covid. AMS I could see KLM on. FRA, I felt like UA opening a club at RDU was part of a bigger picture. It also said the Asia flight was a ways off, mostly due to...Jump to post
Both AY and AA belong to One World. ARN isn't AY hub, if AY wants to fill any void left by SK and turn ARN into a focus airport, that's another thing. Wonder if AY and AA ever talked about AY code-share ARN-MIA on AA metal? AY ARN-FLL had no chance, as MIA is a One World hub, regardless if AY ARN-M...Jump to post
Miami wrote:MAH4546 wrote:Miami wrote:SAS resuming both Stockholm and Copenhagen to Miami from October. Both routes will start with the A330 but in November would switch to the A350.
And Oslo as well.
Can’t seem to find it on the schedule. Do you have a day of resumption?
x1234 wrote:I don't see Finnair flying HEL-MIA right now. When is the resumption date?
Finnair will launch non-stops from Stockholm to Miami, Bangkok and Phuket this winter. Bangkok launches on October 23rd at 5x a week, increasing to daily November 28th. Miami also launches on October 23rd, initially twice a week and then increasing to 4x a week on November 29th. Phuket launches on O...Jump to post
LAX772LR wrote:LightChop2Chop wrote:LAX772LR wrote:
I know, but CTM isn't.
That's the one I was looking at.
Chetumal, MX (CTM) is very much in North America
Read that wrong. Switch the two.
LAX772LR wrote:Is this the first time we've seen a US carrier use an E170/175 on an intercontinental route from the lower 48?
.....I'm drawing a blank, attempting to think of a previous example.
I was thinking so odd that Madison and Milwaukee would be at the same frequency, but looks like Milwaukee will operate daily starting November 2nd. Also looks like ERJ-145 flying is largely ending from Miami? I've just took a cursory glance but I can't find much ERJ-145 flying outside of Gainesville...Jump to post
AA keeps adding more domestic points from Miami. Saturday service to Albany, Burlington, Madison, Syracuse and Tulsa, all on Eagle ERJ-175s, begin November 6th. Tulsa is a resumption (last flown around 2016/2017), the rest are new. Daily service to Salt Lake City resumes (last flown around 2017/18 o...Jump to post
As for the NEA why doesn’t AA cover any of EWR-RDU/DCA/BOS/LAX? A first class cabin is needed on these routes and JetBlue doesn’t offer that. jetBlue offers a first cabin on most transcons from New York, Boston and Miami/Fort Lauderdale, including EWRLAX. A first class cabin is absolutely not neede...Jump to post
I think MIA-ATH is extremely unlikely. O&D is minuscule and MIA's transatlantic network largely relies on Latin American connections. ATH doesn't have a lot of ties/traffic with the region, unlike Spain/Italy/TLV (which AA flies to from MIA). The fact that both cities have large cruise ports do...Jump to post
SAS will add additional Miami flights for the Christmas break between December 23rd and January 10th. T This winter's schedule (outbound from Miami) will have Copenhagen on MoWeSa, Stockholm TuFrSu and Oslo on Th. During Christmas break select days will see two flights to a pair of cities instead of...Jump to post
Air France increasing service from 7w to 12w effective November 1st. American Eagle launching Saturday service to Tulsa November 6th (this for years was operated on Saturdays with a 738 until around 2016 or so). I expect we are going to see a significant expansion of domestic flying on AA this winte...Jump to post
lets see how long it lasts... It’s been operating for about a year now, they just switched it to scheduled from charter. That's not true - they flew a charter once. Since then, they never went back. This is new scheduled service. Cedar No they did not fly a charter once. They flew a huge amount of ...Jump to post
It's not just a question of aircraft. Some major and important West Coast airports are facility or slot restricted. B6 could no more add tomorrow 240 flights (4 segments for each of those hypothetical 60 aircraft) at LAX, SFO, and SNA that it could at JFK or BOS. LAX and SFO aren’t slot restricted ...Jump to post
It's funny how armchair CEO's are all up in arms about AS discontinuing service out of SFO and LAX. Well, the concept is really simple...if people don't fly them...the service goes bye-bye. The more service AS leaves SFO and LAX means for others like SAN, PDX and SEA. It's not like SFO and LAX has ...Jump to post
Geminijets101 wrote:Miami wrote:South African Airways has gotten approval and has one year to start JNB/CPT-MIA service.
Wow exciting times for Miami
danipawa wrote:lets see how long it lasts...
Do we think the US/Canada border will actually open to tourists or are we just playing fantasy network planner? And if so when? Because a lot has to happen between now and then if it’s not just the latter Flights to Miami/South Florida cater to the Canadian migrant population. Montreal has maintain...Jump to post
There's a decent sized turkish diaspora living in east of US midwest as well as the Denver region. People have been complaining that they have to drive for hours or connect to get on a TK flight to IST (and fly beyond domestic especially). Also, DEN is a Star Alliance hub which should also help a b...Jump to post
Really more why Denver. It’s not like there is much there that can’t be served over ORD/IAH/LAX/SFO. Dallas is a huge local market to the Subcontinent and a growing one to Africa. My sentiments exactly. DFW makes sense, DEN does not. Though I'd like to hear what the DEN community has to say about t...Jump to post
Wneast wrote:MAH4546 wrote:Frontier announces in batches. I bet more announcements this week, maybe more Miami/Orlando/Tampa routes.
Maybe the BOI to TPA that they put in there route map at the opening of the TPA base
Frontier announces in batches. I bet more announcements this week, maybe more Miami/Orlando/Tampa routes.Jump to post
Qatar Airways has now decided to increase Miami to daily from the first week of July. Miami now has nearly double the capacity to the Middle East region (including Istanbul) than pre-COVID, with 29 weekly frequencies, compared to 15 weekly in summer 2019. Doha: 7w QR (5w) Dubai: 4w EK (0w) Istanbul:...Jump to post
Wait until the winter time. BTW, as I predicted, the pre-pandemic way that AAG announced routes nearly a year out, has significantly changed with the perils of this pandemic. The carriers well positioned with a few types of aircraft, will be able to respond quickly to emerging markets. I bet we see...Jump to post
Alaska flies LAXRSW. California-Ft. Meyers is grossly overserved with three dailies. Let’s see. Should we take points away for incorrect spelling? :razz: Ft. Myers. As was mentioned in another post, RSW the gateway to Naples, Marco Island, Sanibel/Captiva Island and even up Charlotte Harbor/Punta G...Jump to post
RSW is the gateway to a whole swath of upscale but not overpriced Florida Gulf Coast, including Fort Myers proper, Naples, and Marco Island, home to a large and very popular JW Marriott resort, among other hotels. This is definitely the kind of place I can see UA's frequent flyers in LAX and SFO ta...Jump to post
I think they were able to start RDU on a 757 to build demand to where it is now. They also have some AA feed. CLT is a huge AA hub AA has never flown a 757 on Raleigh-London. North Carolina has strong business demand to London and Missouri does not. Pharmaceutical demand from Raleigh and banking tr...Jump to post
also be pointed out NK while FLL-based has been more focused on growing MCO in the state in the last two years or so than FLL - but by virtue of WN and B6 falling away somewhat, NK's market share has increased at FLL. Not entirely accurate. NK is much bigger at FLL in summer 2021 than it was in sum...Jump to post
I’m shocked to see OKC. Even more shocked to see TUL. But AA has built a pretty good network out of OKC at a time when WN got stagnant. WN has already responded to Breeze in OKC, will be interesting to see if they respond to AA. And I never thought I’d say one carrier is responding to another in OK...Jump to post
Well, just because you announced them, doesn't mean you actually have to fly them. I'm sure things will get trimmed along based on bookings. With DFW literally right up the road, this doesn't make any sense for them to expand like this. I agree with that. AA's network planning team is making some i...Jump to post
AS will be up to five departing flights on select days during the winter season. And with 4 out of the five flights leaving between 7:30 am and 10:00 am, it's going to be a busy operation for them in the morning. Have you seen the way they've been cutting back all those routes they announced? They ...Jump to post