UA and B6 also operate very early morning arrivals that turn right around and head back to the mainland. I think the current difficulty in RONing crews there but wanting to continue to offer capacity is resulting in these overnight flights with a turn in the middle of the night. These schedules int...Jump to post
Though, HP and US never really merged before in all those years, so I wouldn't expect this one to go quickly either Was that sorted out after merger with AA? Pilots have been merged for 1-2 years already if not longer, I can’t recall. FAs will all be merged this October. So how long since the merge...Jump to post
DFW sees a few LUS 321S operations, and LUS 319 flights. Not just to LUS hubs but to outstations as well. Vice versa as well, LUS hubs see quite a few LAA ops. Once FOI takes place in OCT (if everything stays on track) you will see much more metal swapping.Jump to post
Been to Cuba and the DR, I’ll take Cuba any day. The hotel I stayed at in Havana was perfectly fine (El Nacional) and the food excellent. All the way from the Paladares to the restaurants. Plenty of Americans, Canadians and Europeans from what I saw all around the island. Back to topic, NJ has a lar...Jump to post
Looking back at old terminal maps, it amazes me for how long AA shared 2E with other airlines like Piedmont and Continental. Prior to the Texas International merger, Continental was in 4E with Delta but since 2E was originally Texas Internstional and Frontier, I guess 2E won out. We had to deadhead...Jump to post
a bigger DL only occurred because of a withdrawing AA and no AA does not have to be the biggest everywhere ( SFO for example is not needed) but being dominant in the most important and premium city in America is important, especially when you used to be. One of the reasons Oneworld had/has a lot of...Jump to post
I am surprised NK has not gotten into the PEI market, but then again they do not fly into CLO either (but they serve AXM). AA will not have competition on this route so it should be a success.Jump to post
Rookie87 wrote:AA and LATAM have a metal neutral agreement in Brazil just like they do with BA over the Atlantic?
dfwjim1 wrote:BENAir01 wrote:This is most likely where the plane for MIA-COR is coming from! The only question now is did they cancle CNF because they wanted to start COR, did they start COR because they wanted to end CNF, or was it a mix of both?
Which airport is COR?
LAS. CLT???? It would struggle with AA on the route already (seasonal) and little cooperation between the two at the moment.Jump to post
Looking ahead to summer, AA will have a similar number of departures as they have had the last few years Great to see a factual post. Thank you for taking the time to list all the flights. For a moment I thought I was reading 'JFK-Zurich Route Ending'. Same discussion. Some of the same posters pred...Jump to post
EDI and MXP are the remaining routes AA serves out of JFK but not out of PHL. I could see these being next to move to PHL. Some of the South American routes out of JFK, especially GRU and EZE, could also shift to PHL. CDG, DUB, BCN, MAD, FCO, LHR - AA serves these out of both JFK and PHL, so the JF...Jump to post
There is nothing wrong with that at all. We are just following the downward trajectory over last 2 years. IMO it will likely continue. I expect MXP and SNN to be next...because if you can serve ZRH, my SNN or MXP. They are oddballs. For many years, DL had an operation of 100 flights or so. It was a...Jump to post
Been there many times (working and for leisure), while CUN is not my favorite I have never felt unsafe there. From what I see, still tourist all over the place and packed flights. Surprised VS has a hard time making CUN work, sun seekers still flock to Mexican beach resorts.Jump to post
One of the most unusual foreign Flight Attendant bases if JAL's London base for it flights from Tokyo to London. Flew a 77W from Haneda to London Heathrow and it must have had three European FA's. One, Carolina, commutes to London from Spain for her flights to Japan. PA back in the 1970's had a Lon...Jump to post
MEX LIM is a 738 today so it should be a piece of cake for the MAX.Jump to post
I have interacted with SCL based FA’s, extremely professional and pleasant. They are great representatives of AA. I understand why there might be some resentment in MIA but they are top notch flight attendants for the most part at these foreign bases.Jump to post
No, would be the answer to both. Unless, B6 decides to purchase a couple of 380s and wants to use them on a SJU MCO shuttle. We know that will not happen, so chances of SJU getting the 380 are slim to none.Jump to post
Some pilots I tell you, SMH! Some are real nice but some can be real jerks!Jump to post
They have run ... Delta off atl bgi (from fll bgi). . I believe the ATL-BGI route was subsidized, and Delta left when the subsidy ended. AA also ended JFK-BGI once B6 entered the market. BGI was one of AAs routes out of SJU; when they closed that hub, BGI disappeared along with it. Both of these co...Jump to post
This is just common sense, I mean, be very careful what you post. Complaining or sharing sensitive data about your employer on social media never made sense to me. Most employers have guidelines when it comes to social media sharing/posting.Jump to post
I believe this airline also operated on behalf of CU, to EZE and MAD If I remember correctly.Jump to post
NateGreat wrote:Wow! 3 Boeing 777-300ERs to LHR daily? How full do all 3 of those flights typically get?
I heard this as well. Do you know if the LIM based flight attendants are 737 qualified? I am not sure, but I do not think so. I just asked a friend in the training department and he said they are starting training on the 737 next month for foreign nationals. I would assume the South American bases ...Jump to post