RCS763AV wrote:santi319 wrote:RCS763AV wrote:Wow!!!! An airline lauches a station with 28 daily flights from the start. Very very ambitious specially with their largest base serving the same market.
Speaking of Colombia (NK's largest international market at least by No. of destinaitons) it seems they don't want the local LCCs to expand into MIA (Viva already there and Wingo expanding aggresively internationally), nor DL or F9 to start any routes.
The country is poised for a soid economic recovery this year and next but after the vaccine frenzy ends, will there be enough demand to sustain these flights to FLL and MIA? Please remember that Colombia's tree main internaitonal airports also have two and even three carriers fying to FLL!
BOG (NK, B6, AV)
MDE (NK, B6)
CTG (NK, B6)
Certainly NK is fighting tooth and nail to keep any competition at bay in South Florida!
Spirit is a hit in Colombia, they fly to more cities there than AA and B6 and just behind Avianca.
Not even! Avianca flies from four cities in Colombia to the US (BOG, MDE, CLO, BAQ). Spirit flies from seven! (BOG, MDE, CLO, BAQ, CTG, BGA, AXM)
Curious to see if Spirit adds BGA/AXM-MIA soon enough. Maybe up each to daily and split it between Miami and Fort Lauderdale.
Non-BOG Colombia to U.S. is booming. AA keeps adding frequencies to CLO, MDE, PEI, etc. AV even adding MIA-CUC later this year.