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 won’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? πŸ˜‰

  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