I’d rephrase that as ‘not exclusively a Boston issue’ though it’s probably not a viable route at all as AeroMexico couldn’t make it work either with a couple major advantages like brand loyalty/awareness and connections on the MEX side plus a Delta codeshare and premium cabin.So it looks like MEX isn't a Boston issue.
This is all theyre saying:Which gets me excited to think where they'll redeploy those resources.
JetBlue currently flies daily to Mexico City Juarez International from Boston, Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood, New York John F Kennedy and Orlando using Airbus A320 aircraft. OAG Schedules Analyser data shows it offers almost 8,600 weekly two-way seats.
JetBlue launched flights to Mexico City from Fort Lauderdale and Orlando in October 2015. In 2017 the carrier obtained improved time-slots at the Mexican airport as part of the Delta and Aeromexico divestment process.
Scott Laurence, the carrier’s head of revenue and planning, explained that the redeployment should allow for more day-time transcontinental flights, as well as added capacity on routes from the US Northeast to Florida and seasonally to the Caribbean.
Ultra Low Cost Carriers work better on leisure routes, which BWI isn't.Spirit Airlines is cutting service to Baltimore/Washington in January.
Adanh -- this is very important as with the evolution of the US relationship with China -- Tokyo and Seoul will become increasingly importantThough Logan cannot hold on to a Mexico City flight, it appears that with extra long haul slots at Tokyo Haneda Airport, Japan Airlines will be doubling down on Boston-Tokyo service with keeping the Narita flight and adding the daily to Haneda.
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This may start as soon as the end of March 2020 when Summer Airline Schedules come into play.
Singapore would be great but non-stop simply isn't viable right now...maybe by 2040. The only thing a BOS-SIN flight serves is SE Asia and a flight to SIN sort of overflies many destinations there (Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand)Adanh -- this is very important as with the evolution of the US relationship with China -- Tokyo and Seoul will become increasingly important
It would be nice if Singapore Airlines could get us a flight
At first I was surprised, but there are a few reason it actually makes sense:Though Logan cannot hold on to a Mexico City flight, it appears that with extra long haul slots at Tokyo Haneda Airport, Japan Airlines will be doubling down on Boston-Tokyo service with keeping the Narita flight and adding the daily to Haneda.
That's surprising. No connecting traffic on either side, and a small market. Plus, not much leisure traffic to the middle of Wisconsin.Here's a bit of a shocker (especially to this UW-Madison grad who used to fly Midwest Express from BOS to Madison via Milwaukee). Sun Country just announced it is going to fly non-stop between Logan and Madison, WI (MSN - Dane County Regional) seasonally starting in May with flights twice weekly. Hopefully these flights continue through the fall football season. https://madison.com/business/dane-c...ign=blox&utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social
Really interesting stuff. Boston is the highest fare per mile, and the 4th highest average fare out of the bunch. I wonder what type of dent Delta and eventually JetBlue will put in the fare numbers.How cool! Boston is 3rd highest in BA's most popular route for business class.
British Airways has added 16% more business seats since 2015, with its new Club Suite out. JFK is its #1 route, but Boston wins for fare per mile.www.anna.aero