|Quoting EIRules (Reply 3):|
Heard a rumour that DUB-FRA is to be dropped
nothing but a rumor.
i think this one was tried by C9
but failed miserably.
given the number of rumors and reports on this one, there must be truth to this.
|Quoting LH506 (Reply 30):|
I also read somewhere here on a.net that WDH and LAD might be included in the future.
Does anybody know if there would be any frequencies available?
only have one frequency per week? i doubt LH
would start to serve LAD
if it was granted just one weekly flight.
|Quoting A342 (Reply 32):|
Quoting BlrBird (Reply 26):
MUC-BOM - this was rumoured a while back.
Rumored, but not announced yet. But IMO it will happen sooner or later.
i think chances are high, it will happen indeed sooner or later. but aren't there traffic right restrictions as most frequencies allowed by the current bilateral are used up?
|Quoting Beechcraft (Reply 37):|
we?re still flying BOD. Rumours have it, it will end win winter...
it will end but not in winter, at the end of the summer schedule, so that would be late October.
|Quoting Fuffla (Reply 38):|
Are they still planning on a return to Australia?
they never did. there's been talk about, also on this forum, but yields are low, costs are high for such a service. better to serve Australia through a more suitably located entry point, e.g. SIN
, than through SYD
|Quoting MAH4546 (Reply 44):|
A final decission on MIA-DUS will be made within a month, from what I hear. One rumour going around MIA that it will use a Munich-based aircraft, and go MUC-MIA-DUS-MIA-MUC, but take that with a grain of salt. There has been a lot of talk about LH adding MIA-DUS, but little about returning to MIA-MUC.
there might have been talk on this forum about MIA
, but that's it. i think both services are very unlikely. I am even more certain that an aircraft rotation like MUC
is totally out of the question. LH
significantly changed its organization, I am quite surprised that this didn't make the rounds in this forum, and splitted its commercial areas into three units: FRA
and decentral services, all with a single and independent fleet. this was done to improve operational stability and increase transparency among its hubs and gateways. e.g. aircraft that operate from FRA
are not operating out of MUC
and vice versa.
|Quoting A342 (Reply 46):|
LOL, you should know better. Amadeus doesn't show any nonstop flights from November. BTW, how are the load factors and yields on the route?
as someone said, SLF seemed to be high, so yields must have been quite bad.
If only pure sweetness was offered, why's this bitter taste left in my mouth.