|Quoting MAH4546 (Reply 56):|
However, it doesn't. Their aircraft is no more "second rate" than AA's A300s used on MIA-GYE, and, in fact, it will be configured in a low-density configuration with more space in coach.
Thats true, those a300 arent so tight up as other AA
planes. And well, 734 is a great advance for Ecaudorian Aviation, really! As I said before TOO bad we cant afford 787's for every airline, nor a big a$$ new plane, or 66 million dollar brand new planes.
|Quoting FAEDC3 (Reply 58):|
am Ecuadorian and wish Aerogal the best.... but trying to justify the fact that they have a lousy website saying that they don´t need the American tourist market is outrageous, that kind of farsightedness is one of the things that has made other Ecuadorian airlines to fail
Thats the spirit! Wish them the best! Lets hope they do fine, i bet tthey will! And yup, they do need to improve their website, thats all! Its good for the viewers and people. That is true, it improves their image.
|Quoting MAH4546 (Reply 59):|
What tourist market? It is small. And, as it has been stated, Aero Galapagos' Miami flight is not timed to connect to any of their island flights.
Well, all the flights to Galapagos leave early morning at 8:00 -10:00. Thats because the cruises in GPS are leaving early and they cant leave at night, so all flights leave early in the morning. I doubt that Aerogal would like to make a Flight at night which stays in MIA
overnight and leaves at 4am so you can make a conecting flight to GPS that same day! I think the strategy is to make passengers stay overnight and then next morning leave! Its a good way so people can see the city and see if they like it or not.
|Quoting MIAMIx707 (Reply 62):|
Back in the 1990s there were a ton of airlines flying older aircraft from MIA to Latin America that were doing just fine, even when others already had the A320s, 757s and such.
Exactly! Thats so true. So now becuase Aerogal flys an "OLD" 737-400 aircraft, damn, that means theyre a crappy airline which wont do good. Mhm yes yes yes
|Quoting AndesSMF (Reply 67):|
GYE is far better than Quito, with plenty of things to see and do.
Hmm, with out the "regionalismo" I do think GYE is cooler, nicer, better organization, more things to do, better traffic for spotting, excelent airport, excelent bus temrinal, nice chicks and more! Ahh I love it, and its very nice, way better than Quito for night life depending what your looking for, and better than Quito when it comes to Urban progress. Quito just keep deteriorating. (What else can you expect with PACO MONCAYO)
|Quoting MaverickM11 (Reply 70):|
Newark has nice things too! Like an IKEA. But seriously, there are practically zero tourists going to GYE.
Its true, most toursits go to UIO
, being the capital, but yeah, GYE has nice things to see and I go there many many times (Going there tomorrow) and you do see tourists there, but yeah, it doe shave tourisits of course not as much.
|Quoting MAH4546 (Reply 73):|
Doesn't change the fact that tourism between Ecuador and the United States is near non-existent. It is an "off the beaten path" destination, and not very popular at all.
Hmmm, for the size of this country, tourism is really good, and gradually improving. Lots to see, and many tourists come here. Most for the galapagos but still, each year you see more tourism. "Off-beaten" destination". HA
, there loads to see in Ecuador and I repeat, lots of tourism. I cant say much about all there is to see in your country, defenitly lots of snow and yeah.. snow. Beleive me, ive been in Sweeden, and thats, a destiantion i dont find so much interest in... seriously. Capital is great, but other than that...
. Come down to ecuador some time, and then tell us about it. Its a great country with loads to see.
|Quoting FAEDC3 (Reply 75):|
As you can see in my posts I have not mentioned anythig about GYE or UIO.... WTF is wrong with you dude??
Please chillax, "no se puteen" hahaha, lets get back to the subject, Aerogal!
Any way. Aerogal wi Will keep you psotedll do great, with or with out you guys's suupport (I mean from those who could care less about aerogal)