Looks like EWR-MCO is dropped completely and EWR-FLL back to twice a day in February.
BOS-ATL is still at twice daily.
EWR-AUS goes from 2x to 1x daily. But, as noted, EWR-BNA at 2x daily resumes - maybe it can pick up Texas and southeast connecting traffic. WN does offer connections like PHL-BNA-MCO as well, so it will likely for EWR as well.
If I were WN though, I’d focus on growing BNA over ATL, because you are much more dominant there. Maintain ATL largely as is (with a few additions or subtractions here and there), but build up BNA into a large station with 150+ flights.
I don't know about 150+ flights, but there are capacity additions at BNA as seen with the EWR resumption. From the last extension, PHL-BNA runs at 3x daily while PHL-ATL was down to 2x daily as well. Prior to that, PHL-ATL capacity was always higher. LGA-ATL still has better frequency over LGA-BNA from WN, on the other hand.
WN only offering 2x PHL-MCO. This is a drop, and an effect of too much NK and F9 capacity most likely.
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on Thu Jun 28, 2018 1:43 pm, edited 1 time in total.