Is there? I see three categories of posts:
A) People who think BNA can't support a TATL flight. People in category A are 100% sure they are correct.
B) People who think BNA absolutely can support a TATL flight and wonder why one does not already exist. People in category B are 100% sure they are correct.
While A) and B) are fighting with each other, the people in category C) are actually trying to analyze the question of whether/when BNA can/will get a TATL flight and have a rational, fruitful conversation, but anything they say that ticks off people in group A) or B) gets jumped on.
Rinse, repeat, welcome to a.net lately.
(This isn't really directed at ADrum23, just a general, frustrated observation on my part).
I personally would love to see BNA, STL, CLE get at least one TATL flight...
And, I admit I clearly don't know everything about BNA. But, with all do respect to the BNA people out there, every time a topic like this is brought up, little is said about 1)The business travel in BNA leans to Asia, so what are the SPECIFIC
corporations in Nashville that will utilize these flights, BA isn't going to fly a plane if there will be no corporations to pay full price to fill the front cabin on a regular basis.(STL/IND/CLE threads all discuss specific corporations). 2)Actual Nashville tourism statistics compared to other cities. 3)Stats in general
Most comments go along the lines of saying "Nashville's doing great right now, so therefore we need a TATL flight ASAP" which doesn't provide much insight into actual demand for passenger traffic. Again, the same can be said for a lot of comments about STL/CLE/IND/CVG/PIT/e.t.c
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on Sat Jul 15, 2017 9:47 pm, edited 2 times in total.
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