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dutchjet
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RE: CO To Increase Flights To Norway?

Fri Dec 07, 2007 11:24 pm

Dont look for 767s flying to/from Oslo just yet.......but its very possible that EWR-OSL will go 11 time per week during the Summer schedule with all flights operated by the 752. Keep watching the CO on-line schedules......
 
worldtraveler
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RE: CO To Increase Flights To Norway?

Sat Dec 08, 2007 1:08 am



Quoting LAXdude1023 (Reply 43):
ATL is clearly a better hub locale, I was just speaking about local market.

And my point is that the flow markets make a big difference when you consider that ATL can carry most markets outside of the NE while IAH can connect logically to a much smaller amount of them.

Quoting CODC10 (Reply 45):
Yet, if Delta were to announce JFK-HYD/BGL/MAA, you would most certainly be VERY excited over 'a bunch of service to India.' It's widely known that Delta would love to add more service to the Subcontinent, but they are constrained by -gasp- an unsuitable fleet for the mission (isn't that the same reason CO 'hasn't bothered' to enter Eastern Europe/Africa?),

Well, actually, DL will have 777LRs before CO will have 787s and some of those will certainly be used to expand DL's presence in India.

It remains to be seen how airlines will do in India. It is obviously a huge market that is growing very quickly but the effect of foreign carriers will be significant, particularly in NYC. It will remain to be seen how any carriers do in India long-term, including DL. There has never been a market that has seen as much capacity added as India is getting.

Quoting BAGoldEx (Reply 54):
A little fare per mile correlation here, it doesn't mean everything. Look at Miami for example, that's supposed to be a super-duper ultra high yield destination and it figures well into the lower half.

MIA is the largest US international market because of the huge number of Latin/Caribbean flights. MIA is not necessarily high value when comparing similar markets. AA just has a bunch of relatively short, high volume international flights.
 
LAXdude1023
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RE: CO To Increase Flights To Norway?

Sat Dec 08, 2007 1:43 am



Quoting WorldTraveler (Reply 57):
And my point is that the flow markets make a big difference when you consider that ATL can carry most markets outside of the NE while IAH can connect logically to a much smaller amount of them.

No arguement there, I was only speaking on behalf of local traffic.
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