tphuang wrote:airliner371 wrote:tphuang wrote:B6 is actually doing pretty well in dca. Even if they weren’t interested in dca slots, they could have still bid higher for lga slots.
Wn is still irrelevant in nyc with more lga slots. B6 actually had a lot to gain here, which is why this is baffling to me.
Perhaps WN is irrelevant in NYC. Or they're the largest small player NYC has...STT757 wrote:My guess: MSY 1, MCO 2, FLL 2, TPA 1
They already do TPA 2x daily.
Thinking MSY, CMH, IND, OMA, FLL & MCO all have good chances at LGA service. The DCA slots are interesting... looking forward to see what they do there.
They are definitely irrelevant. So they would need to launch routes to places where they have strong point of sale.
their yields on ewr fll and mco are disastrous.
I added to this... At the end of the day, WN is focused on getting people across their network TO NYC, not too focused on NYC based travel. But they do it with about 58 flights a day, not including ISP, not too shabby considering only a decade ago did they serve NYC but solely through ISP.