Dominion301 wrote:Midwestindy wrote:Aliqiout wrote:What is so strange about ANC-SEA? B6 runs one of 27 daily nonstops between the two cities.
Because it is a p2p flight and B6 doesn't have a hub in either of those cities. 27 daily nonstops????? First of all that isn't possible, B6 in BOS-JFK only has 6 daily nonstops, so how would SEA-ANC has 27????
The poster means, all of the airlines combined have 27 dailies on SEA-ANC with AS of course being the dominant carrier.
So I checked and B6's BUF-LAX is operating on x246 this winter. I think that's the same as last winter. It's interesting to note that on days 246 without a nonstop, the lowest available fare is $114 higher than the nonstop.
Thank you for the clarification which helps further my point, it makes no sense that B6 would run 1 daily flight against 26 other daily flights from AS and DL. AS and DL have much more customer loyalty in the northwest, so why would B6 go h2h against that with 1, I repeat, 1 daily flight. Which I remind you is not from BOS/JFK/FLL/LGB, it is from SEA where B6 has a much much weaker presence than DL and AS.