just checking JetSuitex after their recent schedule extension. Seems like no new city pairs but a lot of more flights looking at a week in August.
BUR-LAS - 7 most days (now 5x in offpeak days)
BUR-OAK - 6 most days (5x in May)
BUR-CCR - 3 most days
SNA-LAS - 3 to 6 per day, 6 on fri, 5 on Mo/Th
SNA-OAK - 4 most days (3x in May)
OAK-LAS - 3 to 4 on most days
CCR-LAS - 1 on Fri
18 out of LAS on Fri, 16 out of BUR on Fri, 10 out of SNA on peak days, 14 out of OAK on peak days
the following was from 6 months ago. A lot of growth.
More growth from jetSuitexhttp://aviationtribune.com/airlines/nor ... d-flights/
SNA to LAS is up to 4 a day on some days. WN is at 7 a day and DL at 4 a day.
Once a day on SNA to OAK. And 4 times a week on SNA to MMH in winter time. So some days like Thursdays and Fridays, they have 6 flights. And other days like Saturday or Tuesdays, they will only have 2 or 3. They have probabiy maximized their SNA capacity with this schedule.
OAK to BUR is up to 4 a day on most days. WN is at 13 a day.
OAK to LAS is up to 3 a day on most days. WN is at 9 a day and NK is at 3 a day.
BUR to LAs is 4 to 7 a day. WN is at 9 a day.
Seems like SNA is doing really well. Strengthening BUR/LAS/OAK, while rolling back on CCR a bit.
As a point of reference on their schedule vs WN, who is the only other carrier on many of these routes.
BUR-LAS 7 vs 10
BUR-OAK 6 vs 12
SNA-LAS 5 or 6 on peak days vs 6 on WN and 4 on DL
SNA-OAK 4 vs 8 on WN
OAK-LAS 4 vs 8 on WN, 4 on NK and 1 on G4
So they are getting pretty competitive in schedule on some of these routes as they get aircraft. Seems like they have found OAK to be an easier airport to get yield than SJC, which is a huge bloodbath between WN and AS.