dfw88 wrote:9lflyguy wrote:Well, comparing anything to the last few months isn't reality, and I'd say more kudos to UA for recognizing a reduced schedule was needed.
Destinations served in Colorado (and you will never see WN overtake UA in Colorado):
In destinations, probably not. In passengers carried, it's possible. And lets be honest, how many of those UA routes are EAS subsidies?
Um, one? None of the ski markets are EAS. Just PUB (and I think UA is picking up ALS early next year).
I think he meant how many routes out of DEN are EAS (though, I could be wrong). If that's his point - the list is quite long, now that OO has stepped up EAS bidding.
Still a lot more destinations than SWA - but again, the O&D traffic heavily favors WN out of DEN in recent years