More resumptions till the end of the year: October 01: LP LIM-SJO. Resumes October 02: WS YYZ-LIR 1x weekly. Resumes October 09: AC YYZ-LIR 1x weekly. Resumes October 13: AC YYZ-SJO. Resumes. November 01: AC YUL-SJO, Resumes November 01: WG YYZ-LIR 1x weekly + WG YUL-LIR 1x weekly. Resumes November ...Jump to post
Here's the comprehensive list about the resumption of the destinations temporarily canceled on Copa Airlines. Possible changes might occur without further notice and pending the respective government approval. https://imagizer.imageshack.com/img923/9785/9RDTvE.jpg Update: I had posted the resumptio...Jump to post
ATL for CM is a surprise. I really think so. The model of CM is based on loading planes through PTY with passengers coming from abroad. However, DL has a decent Latin American coverage from Atlanta, even though their weekly supply of flights is not the same before March 2020, in most cases. Regards.Jump to post
REDHL wrote:Copa will not resume its flights to MSY due to relatively low seat load factors.
I found this source elaborated by European Aviation Safety Agency , in 2007. They did a comparision between the Embraer 170/175/190/195 series. https://imagizer.imageshack.com/img922/7490/KyZWEa.jpg The Embraer 190 had been utilized for Copa Airlines in overwater operations, like CM PTY-KIN, CM PTY-...Jump to post
I suggest to check the last inputs as American Eagle on behalf of American Airlines is flying the following routes from Miami with Embraer 170/175 jets. They're mostly operated over the sea. Miami - Providenciales: 503nm. Miami - Merida: 593nm. https://imagizer.imageshack.com/img923/6181/RY1sJH.jpg ...Jump to post
I haven't found accurate sources, in order to justify my next point: as far as I remember, from August till November 2020 or so, some [US - Central America] routes having low demand of passengers in those days were briefly operatad with Embraer 170/175 jets. Thus, they could be fully overwater equip...Jump to post
The opening of new US destinations heading to Central America may start with limited weekly frequencies.
For instance, UA ORD-LIR, UA ORD-SJO, UA SFO-LIR and DL ATL-RTB are barely operating on a weekly basis.
The current demand of passengers doesn't need more seats in such routes by now.
DL MSP-SJO AA PHL-SJO AA DFW-PTY DL LAX-PTY DL ATL-MGA AA CLT-PTY DL MSP-SJO. It might be. DL and SY flies MSP-LIR seasonally. AA PHL-SJO. It was in service seasonally, before March 2020. AA DFW-PTY. It was barely in service as 1x weekly for their last days. DL LAX-PTY. They will face CM PTY-LAX 14...Jump to post
San Pedro Sula is becoming into a low cost airport , given the upcoming operations announced for this sort of airlines: October 31: N3 SAL-SAP November 17: NK MIA-SAP December: B6 JFK-SAP This statement is being reinforced by the current flights supplied for Spirit there: NK IAH-SAP NK MSY-SAP NK MC...Jump to post
Spirit announces new flights from Miami to Central America: October 06: NK MIA-GUA. 4x weekly 320 October 07: NK MIA-SAL. 3x weekly. 320 November 17: NK MIA-SAP 7x weekly. 320 Neo November 17: NK MIA-SJO. 4x weekly 320 Neo https://www.nlarenas.com/2021/07/spirit-vuelos-desde-miami-hacia-latinoameric...Jump to post
IMHO DEN RTB is just UA recognizing that it’s a similar (albeit smaller) market to DEN BZE It's a good point. Denver is becoming in the new US gateway for Central America, supplying non-stop flights to Belize City [December 11], Panama City [November 17], Roatan [December 18], Liberia and San Jose....Jump to post
Which routes are they increasing They're getting a robust presence at this time, in some selected routes originated especially from its Houston hub. That equates almost their former weekly frequencies, prior to March 2020: UA IAH-GUA: 21x weekly UA IAH-SAL: 21x weekly UA IAH-SAP: 14x weekly UA IAH-...Jump to post
Volaris El Salvador has officially received its AOC. It will begin operations on September 15, on the SAL-MEX route. Subsequently, it will be launching services to CUN and SAP from October 15 and 31, respectively. Under the Volaris Costa Rica brand, they're actually flying on Q6 SAL-IAD, Q6 SAL-LAX...Jump to post
UA DEN-RTB would be the first time ever linking these points by means of scheduled flights. UA DEN-RTB 1x weekly is due to start on December 18th. Frontier had already announced F9 DEN-BZE 1x weekly and F9 DEN-LIR 1x weekly, by the end of 2021 as well. UA would launch this brand new route, preventin...Jump to post
Copa Airlines has received six brand new Boeing 737 MAX in 2021, for a total of 13 working actively: ....Model..........Registration......Delivery date 737-9 MAX.....HP-9910CMP......02/02/2021 737-9 MAX.....HP-9907CMP......13/01/2021 737-9 MAX.....HP-9909CMP......23/01/2021 737-9 MAX.....HP-9912CMP....Jump to post
Finally time that airlines figure out that ONT is more convenient for several million people in So Cal than any other airport. Prior to February 2020, Frontier had announced the opening of F9 SAL-ONT and F9 GUA-ONT. They didn't materialize these flights for the known reasons. The brand new AV SAL-O...Jump to post
Granted much of the PTY MEX traffic is connecting from points beyond PTY Agreed. The robust traffic on CM PTY-MEX does not come from Mexico by itself, but from connections through PTY. I was illustrating how the inner Mexican traffic bound for Central America through MEX should be enough to stop th...Jump to post
The inner traffic from California heading to Central America already have multiple choices. Both DL and UA are actually flying at least daily to GUA, SAL and SJO from LAX. However, these US airlnes aren't operating LAX-PTY, given the existing services of CM PTY-LAX 14x weekly. They had up to 28x wee...Jump to post
Y4 would ever start GUA/SAL/PTY - GDL. In the past five years, Volaris Costa Rica division did operate some routes that are no longer available: SAL-CUN, SJO-SAL-JFK, SJO-GDL, GUA-GDL, SAL-MGA, SJO-MGA, SAL-TIJ and SAL-GUA-TIJ. Even Q6 GUA-LAX and Q6 SAL-LAX have been operating with limited weekly ...Jump to post
The opening of AV SAL-ONT 3x weekly is indeed a good sign for the recovery of the market prior to the Covid-19 era, given the current demand of passengers which would be roughly the 50% of their former levels. We've lately seen the increase of frequencies and announcements of brand new routes, espec...Jump to post
CM requests permission to fly to CUC: Cucuta, Colombia The resumption of CUC will complete the former Colombian destinations served out of PTY: Bogota Medellín Cali Barranquilla Cartagena Pereira Bucaramanga Cúcuta Furthermore, CM PTY-AXM [Armenia] 3x weekly is due to start on December 02nd. Regards.Jump to post
Looking at SMF and FAT, which both have very successful Mexico operations, Central America does not look nearly as likely. Only about 5% of FAT's Latinos are from Central America, about 8% in SMF. It's a good point. Speaking about the O&D market between California and Central America, no doubts...Jump to post
I'd make an arithmetic exercise, regarding the performance for AV SAL-ONT 3x weekly with the 120-seater Airbus 319. AV SAL-ONT First flight: July 01, 2021. Passengers transported in July 2021: 2755 Monthly frequencies; both ways: 3*4*2= 24 flights Average of passengers: 2755/24 = 115 Estimated load ...Jump to post
The new policy of Avianca Central America and even Avianca main-line is focused in the reinforcement of their profitable routes, especially those heading to the United States. With that being said, AV SAL-LAX and AV SAL-IAD among others have increased their weekly frequencies, in the past weeks. The...Jump to post
I was expecting SNA to get a SAL flight first before ONT since it's far nearer to the LA area, though life has its surprises. Knowing their 10pm curfew, I would suspect if AV opens up at SNA, it would be for that early morning 7am flight that LAX used to have in the mid-2010s (my family used to tak...Jump to post
The usage of back-up airports is not a new story for the Central American airlines. Copa Airlines flies to both Miami and Ft. Lauderdale. They also did operate GRU and VCP. Avianca Central America used to fly to New York JFK and Newark from San Salvador, no longer in service. The former TACA flew to...Jump to post
American Airlines will begin flights from Chicago O'Hare to both San Jose and Liberia, Costa Rica.
AA ORD-SJO. 3x weekly
AA ORD-LIR. 1x weekly
Effective: November 02nd.
Related press release: https://ticotimes.net/2021/08/20/american-airlines-to-fly-between-chicago-and-costa-rica
SJOtoLIR wrote:American Airlines will fly from both San Jose and Liberia bound for Chicago O'Hare.
The market may be big but I don't think it is that big. DL has been flying it for maybe 10 years, AS probably as long. TA SJO-LAX 3x weekly, 320/319. Discontinued in 2013. DL LAX-SJO 7x weekly, 757. Startred in 2013. AS LAX-SJO 4x weekly, 738. Started in 2015. B6 LAX-SJO 3x weekly, 320. Started in ...Jump to post
The launch of these new routes on Avianca has been primarily implemented in some Colombian cities, other than Bogota. Related to the Central American landscape, SJO would grow up again since the demise of its status as hub, when TA was absorbed by AV back in 2013. However, SJO has seen in the past y...Jump to post
avi8 wrote:Is there a press release?
LIR - MCO should do well. Orlando could have been working purely as a leisure station for passengers coming from Central America. On the other hand, Liberia is basically a tourist destination for foreign travelers. Don't misundestand my point... For instance, some carriers fly the Orlando - Cancun ...Jump to post
Palmerola, Honduras has been extensively mentioned as the replacement of TGU. That idea was stronger since the accident of TACA, in May 2008. In those days, all their operations were drastically moved to XPL instead, but they slowly returned to TGU due to the lack of services over there: transportat...Jump to post
Interesting developments on F9 !
DEN-BZE is currently served by UA, once a weekly. WN DEN-BZE was also in service before.
Both BZE and LIR would see the first non-stop service to Orlando.
SAL-MCO was a sector operated in the past by the binomium TA-AV.
From the last press release: Por el momento el consorcio aerocomercial latinoamericano constituido en Panamá, Avianca Holdings, cuenta con 11 aeronaves de este modelo con capacidad para 68 pasajeros, de los cuales 9 cumplen servicio en Colombia para Avianca Express y otros 2 para Avianca Guatemala. ...Jump to post