Saturday, May 17, 2008

No air, air.....

Here is something from ABCNews biz columnist Rick Seaney: “Mother of All Capacity Cuts”, Which Cities Have Lost the Most Air Service. Pittsburgh islooking pretty bad in his calculation of anticipated air service cuts by this coming fall (-22%), but actually less than Ontario (-25%) fwiw.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

The number of available seats is only one way of measuring air service and not necessarily a particularly useful one at that. For instance, Delta will show a 4.5% decline in available seats at PIT comparing May to August, but over the same time period the airline is actually increasing its number of flights from PIT, with increased departures to Atlanta, JFK, Cincinnati and Salt Lake City.

The number of available seats matters, of course, but so does frequency.

Monday, May 19, 2008 12:25:00 PM  
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