8 Responses

  1. Ben L
    Ben L at |

    Seth, where can I find schedules like that for other city pairs/alliances? That would be a great thing to know.

  2. dayone
    dayone at |

    Seth, are we sure this is a “cut”? They have to give up one slot pair, but I haven’t read that they have to “cut” service. In other words, they could maintain the schedule by reallocating their remaining slot portfolio.

  3. Oliver
    Oliver at |

    “There still wonโ€™t be much feed on the Philadelphia side of things but at least Virgin America can funnel some passengers through on the London end.”

    Virgin America is now flying from London? ๐Ÿ˜‰

  4. dayone
    dayone at |

    Seth, the slots being ceded are LHR arrival and departure. They will be granted to a carrier to start PHL-LHR service. I believe that AA can continue its PHL schedule if it repurposes another set of its LHR slots. Please post a link if you have a source stating otherwise.

  5. Nick
    Nick at |

    I predict no one will step in to fly the route.

  6. ramsey
    ramsey at |

    who cares about this route