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Volaris to end MKE-GDL?

Wed Sep 11, 2019 11:45 pm

https://www.bizjournals.com/milwaukee/n ... chell.html

I'm not sure when MKE-GDL went seasonal for a time, but it appears Volaris isn't booking any more flights out of MKE. Does anyone have further info on this? Too bad.
 
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Re: Volaris to end MKE-GDL?

Wed Sep 11, 2019 11:57 pm

It's been the talk for a while locally. Some people noticed that Volaris (and Allegiant for that matter) flights weren't bookable after a certain date, even taking seasonality of flights into account.
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Re: Volaris to end MKE-GDL?

Thu Sep 12, 2019 1:32 am

GSPSPOT wrote:
Some people noticed that Volaris (and Allegiant for that matter) flights weren't bookable after a certain date, even taking seasonality of flights into account.

I didn't even realize that G4 was leaving MKE (they are still listed on MKE's website but not on the Wikipedia page). Couple this with WN's reductions to BOS/LAX and it seems like things are trending in the wrong direction as of late.
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Re: Volaris to end MKE-GDL?

Thu Sep 12, 2019 2:01 am

mke717spotter wrote:
GSPSPOT wrote:
Some people noticed that Volaris (and Allegiant for that matter) flights weren't bookable after a certain date, even taking seasonality of flights into account.

I didn't even realize that G4 was leaving MKE (they are still listed on MKE's website but not on the Wikipedia page). Couple this with WN's reductions to BOS/LAX and it seems like things are trending in the wrong direction as of late.


I didn't even put it together that G4 might be leaving MKE too. I saw that they were down to PIE and AZA seasonal, because F9 came in for increased RSW/TPA service, but WN on RSW as well going non-seasonal meant Punta Gorda was gone. But SFB isn't listed even as seasonal either.

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