|Quoting Aer (Reply 137):|
WU tried to do it direct and it was short lived; maybe they'll also request the stop at FRS after a few days
I agree with your point.
mean Tikal Jets?
The layover in FRS for GUA
's ATR implies a thin market and probably not exclusive for leisure traffic at all. Some connections are also available on TA
With that being said above, I cannot understand how a 320 3x weekly for origin-destination would warrant high yields in such route. I'm not trying to say Interjet's GUA
won't be profitable, but it looks a hard scenario to make money in short term. How is the VFR market for GUA
or is it mostly leisure traffic instead?
The operations of CM
look different in many ways. CM
deploys 10x weekly for CUN
with E190 and a lot of passengers may diversify among other destinations through CM
network once in PTY
|Quoting XA744 (Reply 140):|
Interjet offering TLC-GUA-TLC starting at USD 260.00, inclusive of taxes and surcharges.
Interesting. The size-able market GUA
is getting a new alternative given by low-cost carrier.
Interjet makes a resemblance with NK
What about ground transportation from TLC
to D.F. and Benito Juarez Int'l?
|Quoting TACAA320 (Reply 144):|
TA has a good experience with the Airbus family [in fact, LR was the first Latin American carrier introducing the A320 in their fleet back in the 80's, as long as I remember]. So, why the change?
TACAA320: What do you think about training procedures in order to operate the E190 as compared with the 318 taking into account the experiences with both 320 and 321on TA
I really appreciate all your answers.