WeatherPilot wrote:I'd imagine the next schedule extension should be out soon. If I remember correctly it was around this time last year that fall and winter schedules came out.
KlimaBXsst wrote:GRK-PAE is another great routing showing the available codeshare cities to PAE in addition to PDX.
There is nothing prohibiting it UNLESS a medium or large hub has an active and triggered FAA Competition Plan that prohibits such. This would certainly be addressed in the prevailing Airline Lease and Use Agreement.Jump to post
ATL is the fifth largest O&D airport in the US. LAX, ORD, MCO, and DEN are larger. LAS is sixth largest. What is your source for this? Would love to see a complete list. I am very surprised that ATL is 5th largest O&D airport. DOT O&D for Calendar Year 2018. The vast majority of traffic...Jump to post
Silver has multiple ATRs on property and is currently selling flights on the equiment beginning in just five days.Jump to post
A couple of updates / corrections:
CommutAir is not spelled with an "e" and operates exclusively ERJs
Silver Airways is adding the ATR-42
The operator of JetSuiteX is the former Deluxe Public, and their code is XE.
Is there BTS data? BTS data just tracks how many flights operate how many seats they had, how many were full, and when the flight departed and arrived (and if it was delayed, how much). It's also provided in a raw "data dump" and is only domestic. It notably, is missing O&D data and f...Jump to post
This has much to do with the funding of the purchase of the jetbridge. If the airport uses its own funds, it may sell advertising (HSBC, etc), place its own logo, or allow an airline to place its logo on the jetbridge. If the airport uses FAA funds, it can place its own logo on the jetbridge but not...Jump to post
Yet the article clearly states that the main point of this budget, the 13% lower terminal lease fees, doesn't affect FedEx. Only the landing fee reduction of 1 cent does, unless there are other details not mentioned in the article. FedEx has how many landings at MEM daily? About 350ish? I don't kno...Jump to post
That's a year old news article. both ceo who testified were forced out. Wn is hardly a leader in the industry they still don't have an interline baggage agreement while trying to expand internationally UA Ceo WHO TESTIFIED Jeff Smisek was forced out due to accusations of trying to influence officia...Jump to post
There are numerous other cities with higher demand between the US and WAW that currently don't have nonstop service. I don't know about that, the man above exaggerated the low amount of travelers between Warsaw and the Detroit region. I am a current generation Polish in Detroit and would like to di...Jump to post
16 daily flights seems a little high for start-up service? Yes WN opened stations with more daily flights than that however their network also gives them more flexibility than that of B6. Where will B6 send those flights? My guess is.... BOSx3 FLLx3 JFKx4 MCOx3 SJUx1 TPAx2 Two gates doesn't equate ...Jump to post
I'm wondering if HAV really has the infrastructure to handle all these flights. HAV has handled in the past year as many as 58 scheduled departures. Peak day charter departures also hover around 14 daily, and those are due to evaporate in short order once scheduled service begins. So, this is a net...Jump to post
One aspect I've wondered about with this program. When an award is given for a new market but the route never starts, is the money retained by (or returned to) the DoT? A fair number of the "help us get a new route" awards given end up never starting. If the money is not spent, that's not...Jump to post
ojjunior wrote:Who on earth will drown the Captain with questions beyond the mandatory ones for investigations purposes if he saved all aboard?
usflyer123 wrote:also its good to AA because of their AS codesharing and the ability to connect many pax to their SEA-asia flights.
How is that the same? The UK and Cuba have diplomatic relations. The US and Iran do not.Jump to post