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Old November 14th, 2014, 03:11 AM   #1341
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You think Southwest could also compete from Houston/Hobby and Dallas/Love Field for Mexican flights as well to compete with their counterparts (UA out of IAH, AA out of DFW)? I mean, after so many years of being a successful American LCC, the airline has finally ventured into the international market.
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You think Southwest could also compete from Houston/Hobby and Dallas/Love Field for Mexican flights as well to compete with their counterparts (UA out of IAH, AA out of DFW)? I mean, after so many years of being a successful American LCC, the airline has finally ventured into the international market.
Well Southwest is planning to start international flights from Hobby eventually but the construction of the immigration and customs facility isn't complete yet. They actually are about to add a direct flight to Aruba from Hobby with service beginning in March, which is allowed since Aruba has a US Customs pre-clearance facility.

Regarding Dallas-Love field I would not expect any international flights since part of the agreement for the repeal of the wright amendment was that there would be no international flights at Dallas Love Field.
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Hmmm... that seems to be a toughie. But, Hobby seems to be ripe for international ops since Southwest has a large-scale operation out of it. It will mean passengers flying with Southwest will not need to transfer to or from IAH to catch certain international flights (of course, long hauls will still require such a transfer)...
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Hi fieldsofdreams you have posted on all Aviation threads I mean every single one wow !!
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Well, it's my way of saying, "all right, let's work our way to revitalize the threads and make them even more active than when I first came in!" I just really like this particular forum so much that I want to make it even livelier than before.

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Here's something from DEN... full of Frontier Airlines aircraft.

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Old November 20th, 2014, 11:11 AM   #1351
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Delta to buy 50 wide-bodied Airbus jets


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PARIS/SEATTLE (Reuters) - European planemaker Airbus has won a crucial order worth roughly $14 billion (8.94 billion pound) at list prices from Delta Air Lines for 50 long-haul, wide-bodied jets, three people familiar with the matter said.

The order, to be split between the all-new A350-900 and a recently announced revamp of the current-generation A330, follows a closely fought competition with Boeing.

Airbus emerged as the front-runner in part after it became clear its revamped A330neo could be delivered earlier than Boeing's temporarily sold-out 787 Dreamliner, one of the people said

Airbus and Delta declined to comment.

"This is bad news for Boeing on a number of fronts," said Leeham Co analyst Scott Hamilton, who first reported the deal.

"They had offered some 777s as a stopgap, so this does not help 777 production. It is also a valuable endorsement for the A330neo," he said.

The A330neo is an upgraded version of Airbus's most profitable wide-bodied jet, the A330, with new engines to make it more fuel efficient.

Airbus had previously won 127 orders or commitments.

Delta said earlier this year it was looking to buy as many as 50 wide-bodied jets to replace ageing Boeing 747-400 and 767-300ER planes. The carrier said it was considering the Airbus A330, A350 as well as Boeing's 777 and 787 models.

It ordered 10 current-generation A330s last year.

Airbus sales chief John Leahy predicted after launching the A330neo at July's Farnborough Airshow that it would benefit Delta, which already profitably operated the A330. But Boeing has said the 1990s core design is no match for its newer 787.

Hamilton added that Airbus would also take heart from the fact that it had sold the all-new A350 to Delta, whose chief executive Richard Anderson has said he prefers established models with less maintenance risk and lower purchase costs.

"It is the first time since bankruptcy that Delta has bought a brand-new airplane model," Hamilton said.
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Kind of surprised they are ordering a350-900s and not a350-1000s to replace the 747-400s longterm.

The a330-900 order however is not surprising at all.

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Thanks to Delta's recent large order for the aircraft type (and also the A330NEO), it now charts the future of long-haul operations:

Delta Order Affirms the Age of the Airbus A350 Is Approaching

The article affirms that while the B787 has gotten a lot of press attention (for good and bad), the A350 has gotten orders from all the Big 3 US carriers (American, Delta, and United), making it a great candidate for the airlines' next flagship long-haul aircraft. It also means that the influence of Boeing on all 3 carriers (especially in the long-haul market) is slowly weakening, despite their strong domestic bases for Boeing aircraft.

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For years, every twist and turn in the saga of the development and introduction of the Boeing (BA) 787 Dreamliner has been carefully charted in the aviation media.

Now, the Dreamliner has a competitor for the airline industry's attention. The first Airbus A350 will be delivered next month to state-owned Qatar Airways. And Delta (DAL) on Thursday announced an order for 25 aircraft, meaning that unlike the 787, the A350 has collected orders from all of the big three U.S. carriers.

"The A350 is the second new generation twin-aisle aircraft to reach the market," said Richard Aboulafia, aerospace analyst with the Teal Group consulting firm. "That's going to help shift Airbus' market share back toward 50%, at least until the 777X arrives."
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Delta Airlines will be having a lot of service changes and additions for the upcoming Summer 2015 season. Details and schedules:

Flight additions:

Philadelphia - London/Heathrow: daily flight to begin 7 April 2015, on board B757-200 aircraft.
DL194 PHL1904 – 0730+1LHR 75W D
DL195 LHR1230 – 1601PHL 75W D

Salt Lake City - Amsterdam: 5x weekly flight to begin 1 May 2015, increases to daily from 17 May 2015. This will make Delta's second flight to Europe from SLC after Paris.
DL056 SLC1650 – 1055+1AMS 76W x23
DL057 AMS1030 – 1315SLC 76W x23

Seattle – Boise: 4 daily flights from 4 May 2015, all operated with CRJ700 aircraft.
DL4491 SEA0740 – 1010BOI CR7 D
DL4505 SEA1205 – 1435BOI CR7 D
DL4581 SEA1505 – 1735BOI CR7 D
DL4600 SEA1950 – 2200BOI CR7 D

DL4439 BOI0625 – 0700SEA CR7 D
DL4491 BOI1045 – 1115SEA CR7 D
DL4505 BOI1535 – 1605SEA CR7 D
DL4581 BOI1840 – 1910SEA CR7 D

Seattle – Sacramento: 4 daily flights from 4 May 2015, operated with a mix of CRJ700 and E175 aircraft.
DL4601 SEA0815 – 1000SMF CR7 D
DL4709 SEA1245 – 1430SMF CR7 D
DL4747 SEA1655 – 1840SMF CR7 D
DL5766 SEA1935 – 2120SMF E75 D

DL5765 SMF0620 – 0805SEA E75 D
DL4601 SMF1020 – 1205SEA CR7 D
DL4709 SMF1530 – 1715SEA CR7 D
DL4747 SMF1915 – 2100SEA CR7 D

Seattle – Ketchikan: 1 daily CRJ700 operating from 15 May 2015 to 7 September 2015.
DL4810 SEA1245 – 1340KTN CR7 D
DL4819 KTN1415 – 1705SEA CR7 D

Seattle – Sitka: 1 daily CRJ700 operating from 15 May 2015 to 6 September 2015 (Sitka departures from 16 May to 7 September 2015).
DL4813 SEA1910 – 2030SIT CR7 D
DL4828 SIT0640 – 0950SEA CR7 D

Seattle – Denver: 5 daily Embraer E175 flights from 4 June 2015.
DL5680 SEA0830 – 1205DEN E75 D
DL5735 SEA1055 – 1430DEN E75 D
DL5761 SEA1355 – 1730DEN E75 D
DL5778 SEA1530 – 1905DEN E75 D
DL5783 SEA1830 – 2205DEN E75 D

DL5682 DEN0810 – 1005SEA E75 D
DL5751 DEN1035 – 1230SEA E75 D
DL5764 DEN1235 – 1430SEA E75 D
DL5779 DEN1655 – 1850SEA E75 D
DL5784 DEN1855 – 2050SEA E75 D

Salt Lake City - Mexico City: flight resumption from 20 December 2014 as a daily service on board A319. Subject to government approval. Flight last operated in early September 2012.
DL641 SLC0950 – 1453MEX 319 D
DL642 MEX1545 – 1900SLC 319 D

Aircraft and Service Modifications:

Atlanta – Amsterdam: Planned operational aircraft as follows from 28 March 2015 (S14 was 2 daily 767-300ER and 1 daily A330-300):
DL070/071: A330-300
DL072/073: B747-400
DL074/075: B767-400ER

Atlanta – Dublin: From 28 March 2015, Airbus A330-200 replaces 767-300ER in S14.

Atlanta – Dusseldorf: B767-400ER replaces -300ER from 16 July 2015 to 7 September 2015.

Atlanta – Paris/CDG: Planned operational aircraft as follows from 28 March 2015 (S14 was 2 daily 767-400ER in peak season):
DL082/083: B767-300ER (-400ER from 16 July 2015 to 7 September 2015)
DL084/085: B777-200LR

Detroit – Amsterdam: Planned operational aircraft as follows from 28 March 2015 (S14 was 3 daily A330-300 and 1 daily 777-200ER)
DL132/133: A330-200
DL134/135: B747-400
DL136/139: A330-300
DL138/137: B767-400ER

Detroit – Frankfurt: From 28 March 2015, Boeing 767-300ER replaces -400ER

Detroit – Paris/CDG: From 28 March 2015, Boeing 747-400 replaces A330-300 in S14

Detroit – Rome: A330-300 replaces B767-400ER from 16 July 2015 to 7 September 2015.

New York JFK – Amsterdam: From 28 March 2015, 2nd daily service restored, will be operated with a B767-300ER.

New York JFK – Athens: service increase from 7 to 11 weekly from 2 June 2015 to 31 August 2015.

New York JFK – Istanbul: Seasonal service in Summer 2015 operates with A330-300, replacing B767-300ER in S14.

New York JFK – Malaga: Seasonal service in Summer 2015 currently shows daily 757-200 service, instead of 5 weekly in S14.

Seattle – Paris/CDG: From 28 March 2015, A330-300 replaces -200 in S14

Seattle – Tokyo Narita – Taipei Taoyuan: Boeing 777-200ER replaces A330-300 from 1 June 2015 to 30 August 2015.

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At last, the current cap on US-Mexico flights will finally be lifted... in 2016. From The Desert Sun (Palm Springs):

US, Mexico to end limits on transborder airline routes

Currently, each route pair operating between US and Mexico (e.g. Miami-Mexico City, Los Angeles-Guadalajara, etc) sees a maximum of four airlines, two each from the US and Mexican sides, effectively restricting overall traffic flow between the two border nations. But, in January 2016, it will all change.

(Entire article follows -- source on headline. Reason: if you are not a subscriber to certain newspapers, you will only be granted access up to five articles per month)

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It will soon be easier for U.S. and Mexican carriers to add new routes between the nations.

The United States and Mexico said they will end current restrictions that cap the number of passenger airlines that can fly on any one route between the nations. The agreement will become effective Jan. 1, 2016, the U.S. State Department said in a statement.

“The new agreement … will benefit U.S. and Mexican passenger and cargo airlines, airports, travelers, and businesses by allowing significantly increased market access for passenger and cargo airlines to fly between any city in Mexico and any city in the United States,” the State Department said. “Cargo airlines, for the first time, will have expanded opportunities to provide service to new destinations that were not available under the current agreement.”

That current agreement places significant restrictions on the number of carriers permitted to fly U.S.-Mexico routes. Enacted in 2005, that agreement generally allows only two U.S. airlines and two Mexican airlines to fly on a single route between U.S. and Mexican airports. Some routes have different restriction details, but the agreement effectively caps the number of airlines that can begin service between U.S.-Mexico city pairs.

“The new agreement will remove the numerical limitations on the number of airlines that may provide passengers service in all U.S.-Mexico city pairs,” the U.S. Department of Transportation said in its own statement about the agreement.

“As a result, some city-pair markets might see the entrance of new carriers for the first time in many years, and airlines can consider offering new service in destinations that they could have never considered previously,” the DOT adds.
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Today, U.S. government officials led by the Department of State’s Economic and Business Affairs Bureau reached agreement, ad referendum, on a new civil aviation agreement between the United States and Mexico. The agreement will enter into force on January 1, 2016, after both parties have completed their necessary routine internal processes.

The new agreement, when brought into force, will benefit U.S. and Mexican passenger and cargo airlines, airports, travelers, and businesses by allowing significantly increased market access for passenger and cargo airlines to fly between any city in Mexico and any city in the United States. Cargo airlines, for the first time, will have expanded opportunities to provide service to new destinations that were not available under the current agreement.

This air transport agreement further elevates and strengthens the dynamic commercial and economic relationship between the United States and Mexico by facilitating greater trade and tourism. It is a key element of the U.S.-Mexico High Level Economic Dialogue, that aims to promote competitiveness and connectivity, foster economic growth, productivity and innovation, and partner for regional and global leadership.
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Delta starting JFK-MAN-JFK early,departing MAN May 22nd instead of June 2nd as announced.

Also, the flight will now continue on to Pittsburgh with same aircraft and same flight number.

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So Pittsburgh-bound pax will get off at JFK, go thru immigration and customs, collect their bags and get back into the same plane?
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So Pittsburgh-bound pax will get off at JFK, go thru immigration and customs, collect their bags and get back into the same plane?

No I would imagine it will be a Crew change only.
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