N14AZ wrote:keesje wrote:The boys in Bordeaux probably prefer Boeing going for a real big, capable WB NMA, while they sit around the table with UA, JAL and KLM.
We'll see. That BA is losing relevance in all its markets, from Asia to TATL and the Kangaroo route is a certainty. Short-term profits, long-term disaster. I have no idea what you're talking about. It's the strongest player in the Transatlantic market from the UK - growing in capacity and destinati...Jump to post
It’s the smaller markets that add up for JetBlue as well. Markets like AUS and SJC and so forth. Delta at the moment is in 3rd place in BOS no way are they carrying more busines traffic than B6. Also I highly doubt Prism captures data from small and medium sized companies. Sabre even cautions that t...Jump to post
usxguy wrote:I wonder how DAL is holding up...
“””Pros & Cons: The data can be used to evaluate airline spend and contract performance. It does not include all carriers and does not include airline tickets booked outside the travel management company. As more booking channels become available, the data can become less effective. Many low-cos...Jump to post
So Prism only records agency corporate bookings?Jump to post
There is no way that London is the largest business market from BOS. By revenue it 100% is. Sorry to burst your bubble? JetBlue is the favored carrier by business people from BOS. Prove it. That’s what matters not cherry picking a few routes like you did. Cherry picking a few routes? I showed the t...Jump to post
It would be a misdirection if I had said it in a form that wasn't a simple parenthetical as an aside to the proper comparison of B6 and UA. We can cherry pick routes or we can address the underlying statement that spurred this discussion in the first place: "[JetBlue] are the business person’s...Jump to post
Please link to these “industry pros”. It will be very sad for you, but JetBlue will likely replicate their transcon success to Europe. They have two extensive hubs for feed and are the business person’s airline of choice in BOS . As for your hyperbole that they will be in for the fight of their liv...Jump to post
I can't see AA/BA, DL/VS using 321LRs on their premium LON routes, why would this make sense? Primary LHR flying from say JFK no, but I could see LRs on say JFK-LGW, BOS-LGW, BOS-CDG, BOS-AMS, etc. Not only could it match B6's product offering, but it could, if need be, rightsize capacity. First of...Jump to post
Primary LHR flying from say JFK no, but I could see LRs on say JFK-LGW, BOS-LGW, BOS-CDG, BOS-AMS, etc. Not only could it match B6's product offering, but it could, if need be, rightsize capacity. The cargo point is a good one, but as for LRs DL has 100 321neos on order. A chunk of that order could...Jump to post
I can’t believe they did meal service without carts and instead walked back and forth with traysJump to post
Solid add for all of Mid Michigan. Will be interesting to see if DL responds with MBS-ATL or LAN-ATL DELTA wont do anything. They dont respond to AA in CLT. Plus LAN and MBS are outside DL’s 50 seat rule so it means CR7s or CR9s and those two markets are too small for those planes. AA flies two cla...Jump to post
santi319 wrote:How can they make an announcement if they don’t have slots?
Is LGW slot restricted?
santi319 wrote:How can they make an announcement if they don’t have slots?
Is LGW slot restricted?
I find it interesting that JetBlue will fly to London before Toronto, Montreal or Vancouver. I heard JetBlue says airport fees in Canada are too high yet they will fly to London where they are even higher!? I pray for a Canadian expansion after this announcement! How so? London is where JetBlue’s c...Jump to post
Its future flights and not sure how to read it. The flight numbers are different . So they are going to announce flights to London from JFK/BOS/FLL/MCO LHR - MCO is one of the top unserved UK-US pairs, right? If this happens it will be great! First they have no plane that can fly that and you would...Jump to post
Lewton wrote:Thanks for the breakdown Someone83.
So it looks like Boeing put some extra resources into widebodies since it had to produce less 737s?
Or maybe it was anyway going to be that many widebodies in March.
All these posts and no one answered the OP question. Just a bunch of reminiscing by brits. United Express never had ATRs so they werent done in by them. It was more likely the CRJ that replaced the ATP. Most ATP segments from ORD were rather short under one hour. I think with 64 seats the plane was ...Jump to post
SCQ83 wrote:Why isn't this plane shot down by an American or Israeli missile?
Blerg wrote:Bricktop wrote:MOE777 wrote:Well done Mahan airlines, and for all those haters out there, grow up.
Well done for what exactly?
For snatching the contract? It's not like they are not being paid to operate these flights.
Can’t be a merger it’s against the law. Correct. Why it took so long for someone to write that one sentence Imdont know It didn't take so long for someone to ''write that one sentence''! ''I don't know'' but it's fairly obvious that you haven't read the entire thread! Not sure if you have read the ...Jump to post
I’ve read that the travel industry creates 4% of the world’s CO2 but 10% of be world’s gdp. Sounds pretty efficient to me. What is carbon intensive is construction and making concrete. Building the California HSR has released so much CO2, it would take decades to get to back through use of be train...Jump to post
I don’t recall where the 10% came from for gdp but it was everything related to aviation. So the hotel in LAS, the casino the food when you travel there. Aviation is cleaner and greener all the time. Even adding a row of seats to the plane makes it cleaner and greener.Jump to post
I’ve read that the travel industry creates 4% of the world’s CO2 but 10% of be world’s gdp. Sounds pretty efficient to me. What is carbon intensive is construction and making concrete. Building the California HSR has released so much CO2, it would take decades to get to back through use of be train ...Jump to post
Tough to see my favorite airline mismanaging this crisis. It is obvious to all that this grounding will be many months. There are 160 737-800’s in storage including many that are less than 5 years old. SWA needs to make some deals and fast to preserve their brand. And they need to put N772SW back i...Jump to post
Awesome TR. via rail has good food.Jump to post
c933103 wrote:Longer than SFO-GUM?
SRQKEF wrote:Bobloblaw wrote:April fools. You’re funny
Huh? This is confirmed news, Icelandair just informed the Icelandic stock market.
April fools. You’re funnyJump to post
Ha ha... April foolsJump to post
I believe back then K class was something they called "Thrift Class" , deeply discounted and not offered in all markets. It might even have been without a meal. a sort of "proto' un-bundled fare! Correct. It was like 21AP fares. CAB by the 1970s allowed airlines to experiment with de...Jump to post
This creates a corrupt system of haves and have-nots that supersedes the contracts. It also takes away all incentive for people to retire, why retire when you can just create your own business of bidding for senior trips and then selling them to other FAs? Boom. Nailed it. I think the word is bribe...Jump to post
All the usual excuses for corruption and corruption is what this is, the usual excuse that both take part. Swapping flights is OK, doing it for money is corruption, that is how corruption is defined. The problem is not the union, but the seniority system. Why has there to be a pecking order for tri...Jump to post
Who will pick up the slack besides Icelandair? They are light on aircraft, so it won't be easy for them. WOW showed that a few markets can support more capacity. I think certain U.S. cities could support service to KEF like 3x weekly with that as the destination. Some places have the O & D to m...Jump to post
How much did Boeing spend on the 787 program? Has any manufacturer rolled out two completely new models within 5 years of one another? The 787 was Boeing’s most difficult program. I don’t think they could have done a 737 replacement and the 787 within a few years of one anotherJump to post
No. UA, AA and DL don’t have the cost structure to serve the entire market that exists. There is clearly demand in markets that allegiant has created through their model. How do the legacies serve those markets? So unless a regulatory law prevents airlines like ULCCs, the answer is no. If anything t...Jump to post
China will have their own aviation industry, the question is will they be a partner or an enemy. It is not as if the knowledge of building successful airliners is limited to A and B. Bombardier had the skill, Embraer has the skill, on the technical side the Russians have the skill and China will ha...Jump to post
Correct. In fact nearly all western business with China is short term gain and long term disaster for those companies. GM especially.Jump to post
usairways85 wrote:enilria wrote:AA ATL-LAX APR 3>2
AA BDL-LAX APR 0.9>0.2[0.9]
AA EWR-PHX APR 3>2
AA IAD-LAX APR 1.7>0.9[1.5]
AA LAX-RDU APR 1.8>1.1[1.9]
AA ORD-PDX APR 1.0>0.4[1.0]
Quite a few AA transcon cuts as well.
They could, but I dunno. The news of YUL-GRU by AC was definitely a surprise. Maybe starting with Rouge? You also have to think that chileans have Qantas and Latam going go Oceania. Maybe some pax connect in Australia / New Zealand with final destination in Asia? Rouge has no plane that can fly YVR...Jump to post
Silver1SWA wrote:I was there working the inbound. I didn’t take photos this time. Instead I wanted to be a participant. I’m so happy to be a part of this special moment for the company and thankful for the opportunity.
Lion air is not a reliable operator. And now Boeing is paying the price. All the major reliable airlines like the plane and we’re happy. The US carriers aren’t for the grounding. Reliable operators such as those that do engine changes with forklifts (United) or who have payed $19m in fines since 20...Jump to post