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https://www.ademcetinkaya.com/2019/05/j ... ional.html
http://headlines.flydayton.com/wp-conte ... ort-OH.pdf
flyCMH wrote:CMHtraveler wrote:Any thoughts on what’s next for AS at CMH?
From what I’ve seen, loads should be continue to be good going into the summer. At what price the seats are being sold and if it’s enough to be considered profitable, is unknown. They could continue to run CMH with a single SEA frequency, there’s nothing really barring them from doing so. As for what other routes AS could do if they wanted to expand, I would think SAN or PDX would be at the top of the list. With both UA and WN to the Bay Area and 3x daily to LAX on AA and DL, I don’t think AS would be able to make either destination work. The problem with PDX is it would probably cannibalize SEA quite a bit. The yield would have to be there for both cities to make them work. SAN too would be tough to fill even seasonally. AS could add another frequency to SEA, if the current route warrants, but I could only see that on a seasonal basis as well.
Adding SAN seems logical but, again, how they do scheduling might nix that.
I think AS dropped IND-SFO after the merger with VX, so I doubt they add CMH-SFO unless UA were to drop it. I feel like WN backtracked on dropping CMH-OAK because they want to have it both ways, almost like they saw their metaphorical ex on a date with somebody else and texted them to say "Just remember, I'm still into you...". (They did the same thing in DAY where they announced they were ending ops only to run one more seasonal MCO and TPA after G4 came to town.)