SumChristianus wrote:That's why UA should get the A321 and CR9 to aid in upgauging routes. The CS100, E190, or more A319s would be good to, but not sure of their intent in that regard.
My numbers for the present were from their December 2017 Cargo timetable, and are probably wrong on two counts, I had to average 737-700/800 seat counts as they were not delineated separately, while some flights, early morning BUF-EWR for example did not show up at all in the timetable. Do any of you know of a better way of approximating capacity or viewing future schedules? FairMarketShare.com was discontinued by CAPA, and with airline pdf timetables also discontinued, its very hard to see future schedules nowadays.
PHX probably has the highest mainline service percentage of any of AAs hubs, I really don't know exact numbers.
Why the CR9? It’s clear UA has chosen the 175 over over it and they are currently at the limit for large RJ’s.