It looks like CVG-LGA is going seasonal If you're referring to AA, I'm not surprised. It went from 3x daily E175s to 2x daily ERJ-140s. F9 rather Yeah F9 has gutted CVG over the past few months. Also add CVG-AUS, which was cut for the winter as well. Overall, F9 has scheduled 14% less seats for the...Jump to post
"The article should note that CVG , BNA and IND enplanements include significant amounts of connecting traffic WN uses BNA as a Focus City and I would guesstimate 3M-4M of thier passenger enplanements are connecting traffic vs O&D; CVG is still a DL hub and would guesstimate 1M-2M enplanem...Jump to post
Updated rental car timeline, road work begins tomorrow and CONRAC begins construction June 2019: https://i.imgur.com/6Y0lJ4A.png Rental car plans: http://www.cvgairport.com/docs/default-source/leadership/conrac-fact-sheet-july-2018.pdf?sfvrsn=6 August Master Plan updates: https://www.airportprojects...Jump to post
Master plan diagrams are finally out, here are the proposed growth charts and terminal layouts: https://i.imgur.com/pzvag4V.png https://i.imgur.com/u7NKMRw.png https://i.imgur.com/bu4cklT.png https://i.imgur.com/XHYzciY.png Personally, I am supporter of concepts 1-1, 1-3 (A can be expanded over as n...Jump to post
Temp suspension I think *DL CVG-YYZ JAN 0.4>0[0.3] FEB 0.4>0[0.4] I realize local Cincinnati area FFer loyalty is important to consider...but how was this frequency ever supposed to be competitive vs. AC? Normally the route is 2x/day, so usually the frequency is much higher. Traffic normally dips f...Jump to post
CVG is included as a market that could sustain service to London based on a new OAG report: https://www.oag.com/hubfs/Free_Reports/Heathrow%20Forecast%20/The%20Heathrow%20Forecast.pdf?hsCtaTracking=b001b868-f2a4-47ef-941a-2f1d1db4b24c%7C184067d2-93da-4e3c-9fa2-948ee2b0afdc I am very interested to se...Jump to post
^that may be true. but certainly at least Teterboro. With proper times and frequencies (4x daily), it would be a successful route. (Their last "NYC" attempt was pure Jersey at MMU and forced pax from both origins to over night it 1-3 days in the other cities--it failed pretty quickly). Th...Jump to post
Glad that Ultimate Shuttle protected itself and will survive. Agreed. With these business airlines you have to find a niche and keep it. The larger a/c definitely do help, but UE has been operating successfully since 2009. Although their lack of growth can be frustrating, it is probably a big part ...Jump to post
Speaking of BKL, trouble at OneJet. Are they out of funds? I hope Ultimate Air is still a separate entity and not part of OneJet yet so that it could be separate from this and continue to prosper at BKL...and hopefully add LGA and MDW. http://www.post-gazette.com/local/region/2018/08/10/OneJet-subj...Jump to post
Is PVD-CVG being discontinued or is it just seasonal? I think CVG-RDU/PVD/BWI are being cut and will be reevaluated after the fleet shortage is resolved. All three of these routes faced quite a bit of completion and could not handle the upgrade to A320s over A319s. All three routes were in the 40-6...Jump to post
Thought I would do an enilria-style YOY capacity change for G4 at CVG (I will do F9 later): CHANGES ONLY - G4 CVG-XXX MONTH '17/'18>'18/'19 G4 CVG-AUS OCT 0.3>0.4 NOV 0.3>0.4 DEC 0.3>0.4 FEB 0.4>0.3 G4 CVG-BWI SEPT 0.3>0.0 OCT 0.3>0.0 NOV 0.3>0.0 DEC 0.3>0.0 JAN 0.3>0.0 FEB 0.3>0.0 G4 CVG-CHS SEPT 0...Jump to post
The route announcements have slowed down recently at CVG (Rightfully so as we are almost passed the peak summer travel season). What airline or route could we see be announced next at CVG? G4/F9 are pulling back at the moment, so we will not be seeing much more growth from them. DL will probably no...Jump to post
"Dude....Nashville CSA has 1.9M people and BNA handles @15M passengers. Louisville CSA has 1.5M people and SDF handles @4M passengers. So Nashville CSA is 1.26 times the size of the Louisville CSA. BNA handles 3.75 times as many passengers as SDF. SDF passenger count is 98% O&D. Baseline B...Jump to post
Almost every US3 flight relies heavily on connecting traffic for long haul flights. That's why there's more often than not a hub on one or both ends (or at least a partner's hub). Cargo makes up <2% of DL's revenue, so it alone is not likely to sustain a TATL flight. There's just too much competiti...Jump to post
Sorry, I know I am going to activate a certain user :? , but I figured that it is worth the discussion. WN will be launching CVG-DEN tomorrow and WN officials commented today that they plan to expand more in CVG based on customer demand. Given that the next schedule extension is during spring break ...Jump to post
Could copa come to indy? What about a flight to Calgary on the new and improved westjet venture? Slow down there... You were just suggesting PIT could also handle nonstops to AMS/OSL/CPH, and now this? They could happen, but these routes have very little PDEW. Both routes are too far to be operated...Jump to post
Does Amazon Prime have a hub in ONT? I saw about a dozen when I was there. No, only CVG is considered a hub, but ONT is a very big outstation. About half of the network is running point-to-point, while the other half is hub ops through CVG. It remains to be seen how the PTP operation will be affect...Jump to post
4. What purpose would DL upgrading BOS to full hub status serve? Serious question, and I'm not trying to downplay BOS here, I'm just curious at people's thoughts on this. Would BOS become an official secondary TATL gateway to relieve JFK? Considering BOS geographical location (perfect for TATL conn...Jump to post
Aer Lingus is apparently adding 3 North American cities, sounds like two are in the midwest. I would think DTW would be at the top of the list for this: https://www.irishtimes.com/business/tra ... -1.3585382Jump to post
freakyrat wrote:I believe the A220 will also eventually be in SBN for the long overdue DL proposed flight to JFK.
SteelChair wrote:cvgComair wrote:lavalampluva wrote:Will these be used to replace the 88s? They're pushing 26 years old.
That’s what the 737/320 orders were for.
I think you meant 739/321.
- Planning for 6.7 million tons of cargo by 2050 (would make CVG the largest cargo airport in the world by far) No doubt cargo at CVG will see huge growth but it seems you are comparing CVG in 2050 to cargo airports today. The HKGs, PVGs and ICNs of the world won't be sitting still between now and ...Jump to post
CVG will be releasing parts of the 2050 master plan next week. Key highlights: - Planning for 19.2 million passengers by 2050 - Planning for 6.7 million tons of cargo by 2050 (would make CVG the largest cargo airport in the world by far today, expected to be ~3rd/4th taking into account growth of ot...Jump to post
Why does DL currently only have 1 daily nonstop to JFK from CVG, when DL currently has 3 daily nonstops to JFK from IND, 3 daily nonstops to JFK from CMH, and 5 daily nonstops to JFK from ORD? It seems unusual for DL to only have 1 daily nonstop to JFK from CVG with CVG being a DL focus city, with ...Jump to post
Delta is now saying CVG-XNA was cut due to expectations of rising fuel costs. Per XNA airport, they are trying to get Delta to resume service next year at a 2-3x/wk frequency. This is pretty interestingly, considering the Monday/Friday flights are routinely sold out, while Tues/Wed/Thurs are very em...Jump to post
CVG's fares are now below the national average, this is probably the first time this has ever happened (or at least since the 1980's)! Interesting CVG is now the lowest in the region as well. Though, these prices do not include ancillary fees, so my guess is that the higher portion ULCC at CVG bring...Jump to post
Why wouldn't they? Have you not looked into ANYTHING Delta and its management has done in the past regarding its dominance in heartland markets? I'm going to go with .... no. I swear, this entire thread is a shining example why this website has gone down in value. Yeah I have looked at it a lot, th...Jump to post
I would think any of these would be in play. I guess CMH might have a chance again with DL and WN on the route if they're willing to try MSP with DL, SY, and NK to deal with. Well I mean to be fair, MSP-BOS is 2x the size of the CMH-BOS market... Either way CMH or CVG on B6 is probably on the way.....Jump to post
Absolutely hilarious if you think Delta wouldn't respond to Florida service on Sun Country. Seriously. I am so confused, why would DL respond on Florida routes from IND? DL has barely changed its CVG-Florida, despite F9 adding service to MCO/RSW/MIA/FLL/TPA/FLL and G4 adding service to SFB/PGD/PIE/...Jump to post
Hmm, MCI, STL, CVG? One of the problems at CVG has been gate space. Now that one of the current airlines is moving over to B, a few A gates should open up. B6 would only really need one. CVG has gate space issues after all of those cuts DL made? I'm actually surprised to hear that. Most of CVG's ga...Jump to post
This is exciting, I hope DL decides to order even more CSeries as a result of this decision, it is a great sized aircraft for many of their routes. I cannot wait to see them in DL's fleet next year!Jump to post
I haven't heard anything about the DFW base in a while, I think the plan is 1.NYC(LGA) 2.LAX I keep forgetting DL said LAX would come second, strikes me as a little odd given most route could support larger aircraft. I am not so sure I see DL taking the B738's off CVG-LAX, if anything, I feel like ...Jump to post
izbtmnhd wrote:Is the AA flight the only service between CMH-LAX?
If so, pretty amazing that Columbus can't support year round daily service to the Bay Area and LA.
Pretty much puts to bed the idea that CVG might get finally de-hubbed soon. A few poor routes, but I'd argue that those can be turned around if they go back to the old schedule. CVG will really benefit from the CS100s, assuming that DL is able to fight off that outrageous tariff. Curious- where do ...Jump to post
enilria wrote:Strange large increase. Smaller planes?
*UA IAD-TYS JAN 1.2>2 FEB 1.4>3 MAR 1.8>3 APR 1.9>3 MAY 1.9>3 JUN 1.8>3
Are you able to provide the rest of the DL LF’s for July? Yea, of course I believe these, but what is the source so I can look for myself? Here is the source, I didn't do all the DL LF's as it is listed by operating carrier (Endeavor, SkyWest, etc.), so separating AA vs DL vs UA is a pain. https://...Jump to post
Based on July 2017 data, Frontier is now the second largest airline at CVG, replacing Endeavor Air (Pinnacle Airlines), which has held #2 ever since Comair went under in 2012. Frontier now holds 15.2% of the market. Allegiant (10.7%) trails Endeavor (14.4%) still, but I think that could change if th...Jump to post
Here are some select LF's for July at CVG: Allegiant is rocking it out, figured I would put them all: CVG-AUS, 92% CVG-AZA, 92% CVG-BWI, 63% (WN must be hurting yields) CVG-DEN, 92% CVG-EWR, 87% CVG-FLL, 93% CVG-JAX, 86% CVG-LAS, 93% CVG-MSY, 86% CVG-MYR, 92% CVG-PGD, 86% CVG-PIE, 92% CVG-SAV, 91% C...Jump to post
Amazon Prime Air has added a route from Cincinnati to Providence.
Word is that Amazon will pull capacity back this holiday season due to crowding at the DHL facility, apparently they have maxed out the facilities for now, so there will not be much expansion until they get their own facility.
MEM-CVG was at 21.4% LF for July..... XNA-CVG was at 25.17% LF BNA-CVG was at 39.5% LF ..... Pretty big drop for all there cities in July, I am sure little to no business traffic for the 4th of July week plus more people on vacation during that time of year takes a hit to loads, but those are quite...Jump to post
Does anyone have a suggestion on how to estimate the volumes Amazon is moving? I tried to do it using DoT freight data and looking at the incremental volumes for ATSG and Atlas since they started flying for Amazon. But because each company flies for other companies it's a rough estimate at best. Is...Jump to post
I don't think "Amazon inhibiting DHL operations"...oh my gosh that's such a funny concept!! Hahahahahahahahaha! Made my day! was showing "courtesy", but I am going to try to avoid such language. I am definitely not trying to attack, I think we are talking about different things. ...Jump to post
[re DHL:] it looks as if Amazon is inhibiting their operations "Amazon inhibiting DHL operations"...oh my gosh that's such a funny concept!! Hahahahahahahahaha! Made my day! DHL was peeing on themselves to entice Amazon to use their unused day-sort capability and their underused ramp and ...Jump to post