If the goal is to find a close-to-100-percent leisure market, PUJ is a great choice. But, it has scheduled service on all three US legacies to a dozen cities or so in season, so it is still quite different from FUE.
I'm not exactly sure how that makes it different from FUE. FUE has scheduled service with EI, OS (seasonally), BA, SN, AY, IB[/IB Express], LH (seasonally), and SAS. The only Euro legacies that are really missing from there are AZ, KL, and AF (KL/AF group operations handled by Transavia instead).
You are such a tease!
FUE has around 250 services a week listed herehttp://info.flightmapper.net/airport/FUE
"FUE has scheduled services with.....EI, OS, BA, SN, AY, LH, SK"
There is precisely ONE service listed for EI
There is precisely ONE service listed for OS
There is precisely ONE service listed for BA
There is precisely ONE service listed for SN
There is precisely ONE service listed for AY
There are precisely TWO services listed for LH
There is precisely ONE service listed for SK
In most cases the single service runs just once a week, not daily.
In the remaining cases, it is at best twice weekly service.
The real picture is found by examining the 23 flights from TUI Fly (from German airports), the 18 flights from Germania, the 11 flights from Condor
- not the two flights per week from LH
In fact, I wonder why LH (& the other legacy carriers ) bother turning up at all at FUE
PUJ has scheduled service on all three US legacies to a dozen cities ...
....with for instance 16 flight codes in use by AA alone, many of them daily flights
So whilst FUE has scheduled services from a number of Euro legacies, in nearly every case it is merely a statistical aberration, not a significant presence at FUE. This makes the situation dramatically different.
Nice try Polot, but the complete absence of any photos of the Euro flag carriers at FUE on the a.net database was a bit of a giveaway. https://www.airliners.net/search?country ... lay=detail
Nothing to see here; move along please.