weak in Mexico?
https://news.delta.com/delta-and-aerome ... ss-service
The co-operation will increase premium traffic for the SIA Group, which reported its highest revenue ever last year and make MH even less relevant. Mind you this is one of the better scenarios for the struggling airline.Jump to post
ILS28ORD wrote:After the US/AA merger they made it sound like ORD would see increases, but it's basically been the opposite.
LAXdude1023 wrote:CLT-GDL is a barely existent local market.
enilria wrote:AA HMO-PHX DEC 1.0>1.5[1.0] JAN 1.0>2[1.0] FEB 1.0>2[1.0]
if Delta launches Seattle-Singapore Daily it May force SQ out with 3 weekly. Delta would have a greater advantage being a DL hub so they have feed plus Seattle corporate would have a one carrier marketing to say we can get you to Singapore and New York with us. SQ is an AS partner, dominates corpor...Jump to post
AaronPGH wrote:Check the link I posted above: https://www.flickr.com/photos/pitairpor ... 408672294/
video is a little creepy but good info
kavok wrote:I am sorry, but putting a second DFW as a third choice was foolish in any scenario where AA was honestly trying to get more than 2 HND slots.
As for AA... as others have said, they didn't put together the strongest application package. If the leadership is frustrated, a large part of it is on them. The leadership is frustrated with the HND award? AA applied for what makes financial / network sense. I'd say there's a good chance this is a...Jump to post
mfe777 wrote:Interjet’s loads should improve even more with the new partnership with AA. Maybe even more flights
https://www.fool.com/investing/2019/04/13/boeing-crushes-airbus-q1-aircraft-orders-737-max.aspx Airbus has lost more orders this year than Boeing has "The net order total is even worse for Boeing (NYSE: BA) which, after cutting more than 200 orders from its books in relation to the suspended o...Jump to post
PHX Chihuahua, Mexico (CUU) CRJ700 Dec. 18 Daily Year-round
It’s not a perfect analogy, but isn’t this something like ISP/HVN-PHL where AA has carved out a small but apparently profitable niche? ORH is long enough that it might catch some business O&D, and PHL is more or less on the way to most domestic places folks want to go from ORH. Could HPN be next?Jump to post
Zoedyn wrote:With 120 self-service check-in machines and 52 self-service baggage drop-off facilities available at T2, pax have access to CZ’s whole-range smart service from check-in, seat selection, baggage drop-off to security screening
Funny you mention those three cities as even AA does not serve two of them (MXP, BRU) nonstop out of PHL, and the third has been turning in an underwhelming performance since its reintroduction this spring... AA gets crushed in LH Group hubs. Seasonal PHL-ZRH or even station closing may be next. LH...Jump to post
Fellow F/C passenger(s) seem to agree with AA.
https://thepointsguy.com/news/aa-tosses ... passenger/
Looking at the DL route maps I count 6 TATL destinations (including partners) from BOS and 24 from JFK. It's an indication DL attracted few TATL bound PHL passengers at the right price. Starting BOS-PHL is all about B6. DL has to offer PHL to successfully compete at BOS. It's a strategic move with ...Jump to post
jcwr56 wrote:For those interested, the wall to the right will be where the new 3 regional new gates will be built.
No, PRG is NOT going to go year-round Agreed. While I wouldn't put any money on ORD-PRG quite yet, if S18 is any indication AA may just have a few more surprises in store for S19. Who would have predicted PHL-PRG? United doesn't fly there and Delta is seasonal despite Czech connections. AA has the ...Jump to post
marktci wrote:No shortage of business connections between Toronto and Japan
soflaflyer wrote:Looks like DL may be operating a new route to PEK from LAX soon
Any chance of a JAL up-gauge? Great loads.Jump to post
lightsaber wrote:Is it a gold mine?
tphuang wrote:WingsOfLove wrote:If that’s actually the case, you can be sure Chinese carriers would add even more capacity to make sure that will no longer be happening
AA has the reports of all crew members, exact times of communications, exact location of the plane and records of its decision making. AA has facts. The plaintiffs (parents) were not on board. The court filed "facts" is the recollection of what their son-in-law saw, heard, was told, theref...Jump to post
jetero wrote:Andrew Nocella: China looks very good.
tlecam wrote:AA’s demise in BOS is somewhat overstated