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  1. #301

    Default Re: 2019 Oklahoma City Aviation Thread

    That is excellent news! It would be nice to see a new route as well...even if it’s back on an E175.

  2. #302

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    Wow. That’s big time. I wonder if we’ll see additional frequency or routes from Alaska

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    Quote Originally Posted by catch22 View Post
    Effective Nov 5, AS OKC-SEA will be operated by an A320.
    YES!! Mainline!! Awesome, we will be flying on it when we come to the city. Hoorah!

    Would be awesome if AS would consider OKC-LGA and/or OKC-MIA as continuing service from their SEA-OKC mainline service. It would give OKC more option on AS but also open a potential leisure route for SEA-LGA or SEA-MIA via OKC.

    OKC-BOS would be all that's left aside from LGA, JFK, and MIA for major east coast cities/airports lacking.

    Anyway - without getting carried away, very happy about SEA-OKC being mainline and A320 is no small plane either. ...
    Oklahoma City, the RENAISSANCE CITY!

  4. #304

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    Quote Originally Posted by catch22 View Post
    Effective Nov 5, AS OKC-SEA will be operated by an A320.
    Would love a link to share with family in the PNW!

  5. #305

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    Quote Originally Posted by Celebrator View Post
    Would love a link to share with family in the PNW!
    Sorry no article. It’s for sale on alaskair.com after 11/5

  6. #306

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    Quote Originally Posted by HOT ROD View Post
    YES!! Mainline!! Awesome, we will be flying on it when we come to the city. Hoorah!

    Would be awesome if AS would consider OKC-LGA and/or OKC-MIA as continuing service from their SEA-OKC mainline service. It would give OKC more option on AS but also open a potential leisure route for SEA-LGA or SEA-MIA via OKC.

    OKC-BOS would be all that's left aside from LGA, JFK, and MIA for major east coast cities/airports lacking.

    Anyway - without getting carried away, very happy about SEA-OKC being mainline and A320 is no small plane either. ...
    I would add SAN and PDX to your list (me having family in Oregon might make me slightly biased towards PDX).

  7. #307

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    Quote Originally Posted by HOT ROD View Post
    YES!! Mainline!! Awesome, we will be flying on it when we come to the city. Hoorah!

    Would be awesome if AS would consider OKC-LGA and/or OKC-MIA as continuing service from their SEA-OKC mainline service. It would give OKC more option on AS but also open a potential leisure route for SEA-LGA or SEA-MIA via OKC.

    OKC-BOS would be all that's left aside from LGA, JFK, and MIA for major east coast cities/airports lacking.

    Anyway - without getting carried away, very happy about SEA-OKC being mainline and A320 is no small plane either. ...
    AA is adding a MIA route in December on an E175 just FYI

  8. #308

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    If there was a route which needed an upgauge, that was this OKC SEA.
    No chance for PDX, it is too small of a market. I hope a Cancun route. when we have Custom office in the airport extension.
    Even by weekly, it will be awesome !

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    maybe they could make PDX work eventually as SEA A320 matures and if there's additional PNW demand.

    I'm so proud of OKC! Keep 'em coming!!!
    Oklahoma City, the RENAISSANCE CITY!

  10. #310

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    Great news on Seattle! That flight was a 20K points flight but with the new A320 it is now a 10K flight. The shortest duration and the least amount of points!

    JFK, BOS, FLL and LGA are the final 4 of the busiest 25 US Airports that OKC does not have a direct flight.

    All of those would really help with more flight choices to Europe but JFK seems like it would be the last one to happen, so I guess BOS would be the best hope for the next city.

  11. #311

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    Quote Originally Posted by PistolChad View Post
    Great news on Seattle! That flight was a 20K points flight but with the new A320 it is now a 10K flight. The shortest duration and the least amount of points!

    JFK, BOS, FLL and LGA are the final 4 of the busiest 25 US Airports that OKC does not have a direct flight.

    All of those would really help with more flight choices to Europe but JFK seems like it would be the last one to happen, so I guess BOS would be the best hope for the next city.
    NYC is the big gaping hole that I can see (even EWR is still seasonal I think?). If anyone added JFK it would be DL, but they haven't been nearly as aggressive in OKC as AA has, and AA has basically shifted their TATL hub to PHL.

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    so should we expect close to 5M pax this year?
    Oklahoma City, the RENAISSANCE CITY!

  14. #314

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    Dang, big gains for Southwest. Have they added new routes/capacity since last year?

  15. #315

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    Doubtful. At current growth rates looking at around 4.5M

  16. #316

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    Effective Jan 6, Southwest permanently exits OKC-DAL.

  17. #317

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    Quote Originally Posted by catch22 View Post
    Effective Jan 6, Southwest permanently exits OKC-DAL.
    wow

  18. #318

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    Why?

  19. #319

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonny d View Post
    Why?
    To free up airframe to fund Hawaii flying.

  20. #320

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    Quote Originally Posted by catch22 View Post
    Effective Jan 6, Southwest permanently exits OKC-DAL.
    Wow...that absolutely sucks considering I'm on OKC-DAL about 30 times a year!

    AA with 9 flights a day to DFW.

  21. #321

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    Yeah that is a major bummer. That was one of my favorite and most used routes.

  22. #322

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    We lose OKC-MCI years back and now this...

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    That makes zero sense to completely cut ties

  24. #324

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    Seems odd they would do this rather than just cut capacity. Will AA’s prices go up now with no competition?

  25. Default Re: 2019 Oklahoma City Aviation Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by catch22 View Post
    Effective Jan 6, Southwest permanently exits OKC-DAL.
    Wow, that pretty much ends my desire to fly southwest exclusively

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