I believe so, although with the withdrawal of NCL
, the AA
management at MAN
are apparently v. worried about losing both MAN
, leaving them with just MAN
(and resulting in staff being let go). As far as NCL
goes, rather than "high fuel prices", the gentleman I was talking to about it blames DL
flooding the European market with new routes (inc. MAN
) post-chapter 11.
is a three-month service before MAN
returns. Its success this summer means that the best-case scenario for AA
is that it becomes year-round, worst-case is that they lose it altogether. I expect somewhere in the middle!
[Edited 2006-01-01 22:34:28]
Last flight: DFW-LGW/AA/763. Next flight: MAN-CDG/AF/A319.