Logan Airport Flights and Airlines Discussion

tysmith95

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Along those lines, I wouldn't be surprised if JetBlue is planning to cut back LGA shuttle frequency and repurposing that capacity to leisure destinations post covid. Especially with the AA partnership giving JetBlue FF an option.
 

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If they can snag more Gatwick slot pairs, that'll give their London service a real shot. Stanstead is going to be tough sledding for them.

Ideally, they'd run something like Boston - Gatwick twice daily, JFK - Gatwick four times daily. We'll have to see how things playout with Norwegian abandoning TATL flying.
 

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the airline in 2019 was the largest foreign carrier in New York, carrying more than two million passengers to Europe and other destinations.
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Long-haul service was provided by the airline’s 37 widebody 787 Dreamliners. Norwegian has both the 787-8 (291 seats, 8,823 mile range), and the 787-9 (344 seats, 9,196 mile range.)
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Average prices for new 787-8 models run around $248 million, while a new 787-9 is pegged at $292 million. (Obviously, aircraft prices are highly negotiable.) How about a used one? Controller.com has a 787-8 built in 2017 listed at $122 million, with three others “Call for price.”
 

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LGW train is a really sweet way to get to/from London Bridge / City of London (if you're willing to do a whole days worth of walking within the airport)

(I will miss Norwegian & 787 but I hope JetBlue will innovate similarly)
 

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