ZuluTime wrote:Post merger, LHR-TLV was a VC-10 route usually flying Heathrow-Tel Aviv-Tehran. Seems unthinkable nowadays but that's what it was.
Talk about throwing darts at a board to see what sticks. Most of these City pairs won't be sustainable as daily year round flights on A320 Aircraft. Most of these city pairs are 50 seat RJ markets at best. When was the last time Americans routinely flew between the US and Acapulco? They don't becau...Jump to post
also british tourism to cyprus and bulgaria is very popular.Jump to post
Good. So they think that the few people traveling to SJU from KIN (mainly business people) will drive from KIN to OCJ to then use a small plane to PLS and then SJU. It will be no different from today's activities where persons from different areas of Jamaica will endure the road trip to KIN take a ...Jump to post
was there ever CTG-MAD route? There was a triangular route MAD-BOG-CTG-MAD flown by Air Madrid until 2006. In addition, Air Europa had some charters to CTG and was planning to open a scheduled MAD-CTG route by December 2011 with B767-300. However, this did not happen in part due to strikes and labo...Jump to post
was there ever CTG-MAD route?Jump to post
RCS763AV wrote:BOG is now only behind GRU, MEX and EZE by overall number of transatlantic flights.
if JU and UIA can make this work why cant them? they would probably sell tickets at very low price and it could be a good cheap connection to the us from eastern european countries and maybe asian countries.Jump to post
It's been at GLA a few times now, subbing for the normal A320. I still miss the Tu-154 to be honest... ;-) Yes, as much as I liked seeing the A330 this evening a TU-154 would be a much cooler plan to see! Does anyone know how well they are doing on the route? Is it working out for them? i dont know...Jump to post
SFO and TLV are two tech cities. SFO has silicon valley, TLV has silicon "wadi". There is money to be made between SFO and TLV, something you didn't have between PHL-TLV and will be hard to replicate on MIA-TLV. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Silicon_Wadi[/quote] well thats one of the main r...Jump to post
Any chance we see a SFO-SGN in the future? The economy of Vietnam seems to be doing very well lately and with no direct air links to the United States it seems like an area for growth. Vietnam is not rated by the FAA. Therefore, their is no air agreement between the USA and Vietnam. Until they sign...Jump to post
CLE or CMH make sense to me. They should be able to fill A321 at least during summer or less then daily year round. The narrow-body range destinations make more sense to me for that airline. no they wont... WW wouldnt serve mid sized cities at first, they would go for the bigger markets like PHL,OR...Jump to post
well i have seen that in 2015- 111,243 pax flew the MUC-CLT route, a 26% lower number than 2014. and to be honest, it kind of makes sense. after the US-AA merger the new AA airline became a OneWorld member, and afterwards CLT became a OneWorld hub and thats not so good to LH... i guess now there are...Jump to post
Sad for GRU to lose another carrier but unsurprising given the situation in Brazil. I certainly don't expect WK ZRH-GIG to last long. There's a rumor being discussed in another thread of LH starting MUC-EZE, which would certainly make sense given this move and the recent reversal of fortunes for Ar...Jump to post
wow a very nice trip! thanks for sharing.Jump to post