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hsuthe19
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Re: Delta Announces MIA-MCO/RDU/SLC/TPA

Tue Jan 21, 2020 3:55 am

I think one route that’s also possible is MIA-BNA, too.
 
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Re: Delta Announces MIA-MCO/RDU/SLC/TPA

Tue Jan 21, 2020 6:04 am

umichman wrote:
gokmengs wrote:
Sorry to get in between your guys discussion, but I would like to know what common use means in terms of airport gate space? Does it mean that everyone can use any gate? I’m sure there is some kind of order to not create chaos:) I would appreciate if you or someone can explain. Thanks in advance


This explains it pretty well.

https://riddlelifeflorida.erau.edu/2016 ... te-system/

Thank you for the link, learned something new...
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N649DL
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Re: Delta Announces MIA-MCO/RDU/SLC/TPA

Tue Jan 21, 2020 11:45 pm

MAH4546 wrote:
N649DL wrote:
MAH4546 wrote:

UA still flies MIASFO, UA 2445 left Miami for SF an hour ago.

Delta will absolutely start MIALAX, there is little doubt. I bet it’s the next add. One daily isn’t sufficient though, and I’m sure they’ll come straight in with two or maybe three. A daily to Seattle is also inevitable.


Touche but MIA-SFO on UA is seasonal, much like DL on MIA-LAX and then the latter bit the dust. UA is well on it's way to doing so as well on MIA-SFO as well.

DL on MIA-SEA is doubtful as there isn't enough of a market there. Today it's only operated by an AA A321 and AA didn't even operate the route after they discontinued MIA-SEA-NRT routing on the 763 & 777.


AA has reduced specter transcon flying following the Max flying including the second MIASEA and MIASAN.

Bookmark this page in six months. Delta will have announced both by then. Maybe MIASEA replaces FLLSEA. The market to both is very large. Delta flies much smaller markets like TPASEA and RDUSEA.


DL doesn't fly FLL-SEA nonstop: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fort_Laud ... al_Airport

According to that same page, they also fly seasonally FLL-NAS but IDK how accurate that is.
 
Brickell305
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Re: Delta Announces MIA-MCO/RDU/SLC/TPA

Tue Jan 21, 2020 11:54 pm

N649DL wrote:
MAH4546 wrote:
N649DL wrote:

Touche but MIA-SFO on UA is seasonal, much like DL on MIA-LAX and then the latter bit the dust. UA is well on it's way to doing so as well on MIA-SFO as well.

DL on MIA-SEA is doubtful as there isn't enough of a market there. Today it's only operated by an AA A321 and AA didn't even operate the route after they discontinued MIA-SEA-NRT routing on the 763 & 777.


AA has reduced specter transcon flying following the Max flying including the second MIASEA and MIASAN.

Bookmark this page in six months. Delta will have announced both by then. Maybe MIASEA replaces FLLSEA. The market to both is very large. Delta flies much smaller markets like TPASEA and RDUSEA.


DL doesn't fly FLL-SEA nonstop: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fort_Laud ... al_Airport

According to that same page, they also fly seasonally FLL-NAS but IDK how accurate that is.

FLL-NAS is accurate. They just began it 3x weekly during Christmas week.

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