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Not looking good for CVG

Monster Buck

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Not good considering they are only commiting to next summer and not beyond.
 
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SKYWRJGUY

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Theres a surprise...as I said before; Memphis, you're next.
 

WMUSIGPI

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Guess I can now give up any hope of ever getting a CVG base again.... Probably a better shot of getting the Saab base in CWA back. :puke:
 

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Theres a surprise...as I said before; Memphis, you're next.


I think MEM will stick around. DAL and NWA love how MEM runs. IMHO i think it will be used as a feeder airport to transfer some smaller traffic out of DTW and ATL. We'll see.
 

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Remember now, it's not because of the merger, it's because of the economy.

Which will be the same reason behind future furloughs at DAL as well because, remember, they aren't allowed to furlough due to the merger!
 
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All that jazz about "no bases will close" or "no furloughs of frontline employees" was nothing more than sugar-coated tales to sell the merger to the government and wall street. That's all that mattered. Now with everything approved, get ready for base(s) closure(s). And they'll use whatever reason that suits them.

Merger mania bit the industry first when oil exceeded 100/barrel. It topped $147, but then came crashing down. Frankly, now with stable oil, merger mania has died.

So we'll see how all this turns out. It's gonna be a wild ride, that's for sure.
 

SkyNation

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who will be the first LCC to establish themselves in large numbers in CVG?
 

JECKEL

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who will be the first LCC to establish themselves in large numbers in CVG?

Large numbers?

What gates are they going to use?

Concourse C with no jet bridges?

Delta will still control all of Concourse A and B and the associated gates. They are not that stupid.

CVG will continue as a "nest" of RJs flying for DCI.
 

Monster Buck

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All that jazz about "no bases will close" or "no furloughs of frontline employees" was nothing more than sugar-coated tales to sell the merger to the government and wall street. That's all that mattered. Now with everything approved, get ready for base(s) closure(s). And they'll use whatever reason that suits them.

Merger mania bit the industry first when oil exceeded 100/barrel. It topped $147, but then came crashing down. Frankly, now with stable oil, merger mania has died.

So we'll see how all this turns out. It's gonna be a wild ride, that's for sure.

No such animal.
 

Monster Buck

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All that jazz about "no bases will close" or "no furloughs of frontline employees" was nothing more than sugar-coated tales to sell the merger to the government and wall street. That's all that mattered. Now with everything approved, get ready for base(s) closure(s). And they'll use whatever reason that suits them.

Merger mania bit the industry first when oil exceeded 100/barrel. It topped $147, but then came crashing down. Frankly, now with stable oil, merger mania has died.

So we'll see how all this turns out. It's gonna be a wild ride, that's for sure.

Cinnci is one of our highest profit margins. It may shrink but I don't see it going away. IMHO
 

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Proctor & Gamble will pay a premium to keep CVG flying to major US and international cities. Flights on thinner-routes will probably be discontinued.
 

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CVG is the new PIT.
Nice new airport...and it's a ghost town.
 

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CVG and N.kentucky have nothing to offer. If Dl leaves no LCC will make a big move on CVG. Everyone said the same would happen to PIT sure as hell hasn't happened yet
 

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CVG and N.kentucky have nothing to offer. If Dl leaves no LCC will make a big move on CVG. Everyone said the same would happen to PIT sure as hell hasn't happened yet

It would happen at PIT if the Jackasses on their airport board would lower the landing fees and local taxes.
 
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