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Discussion in 'American Airlines' started by MAH4546, Oct 17, 2015.
Welp. Guess no updates on this situation lol
Why the "lol?"
Interesting...Anything in the pipeline for PHX/CLT ?
In terms of long-haul? Nope. PMUS hubs won't be seeing an love.
I'll take your word for it, Mark, but it's an odd pick by itself. There has to be a little more to the story that we're not seeing yet.
AUH still makes no sense to me unless it's accompanied by an announcement of a joint venture along with an application for antitrust immunity. If that happens, then flying to Abu Dhabi wouldn't sound so bizarre.
And that's exactly the rumor - it will be accompanied by the announcement of a JBA with Etihad; and I assume if such JBA terms cannot be reached, AA won't fly to AUH.
Would this be sort of a "if you can't beat em, join em" JBA? Seems strange given all the rhetoric of late.
Are you sure that's not the rumor I started on Page 2?...
Yes, I'm sure.
Given all the problems in the mid-east, does it make sense for AA to fly to there?
I realize that UAE is not the hell hole that is Syria, or Iraq or northern Africa. But at the same time Sharm el Sheik was a relatively calm hotspot for Europeans to get a sun tan and get laid by an exotic stud and/or babe. Now if the reports are accurate that a ISIS bomb brought down the Russian A321, it now means that yet another terror group has the capability to make bombs to bring down airliners. Nothing makes a nicer target for them than a shiny jet with the words AMERICAN plastered along the fuselage.
Actually there has been trouble in the Sinai for a while.
Seems that over the last 3000+ years, there have been fewer years in the Sinai without trouble than there have been with trouble...
Auckland is being announced tomorrow.
This put's LAX's long-schedule at eight daily flights to six cities; and I expect will be seeing a 7th (in Asia) soon enough.
Looks like it
Indeed - pretty impressive to see how far AA has come at LAX.
Place your bets! ICN? PEK? Maybe even HKG?