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After traveling this summer I know a lot of airlines have cut flights. This is creating a lot of full flights and (hopefully) saving some money. A lot of the late-night flights I take used to be 1/3-2/3 full, but now most are packed.

Adam
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TED is the low cost arm of United. Haven't heard much about them. That certainly sounds like a cheap fare though. Now you know why United is in bankruptcy. You can't give away the house.



It's interesting that all three of my flights (I had direct from Grand Rapids to MCO but had to stop in Detroit on the way back) were absolutely full - not a single open seat, yet the airlines are loosing money. Something doesn't seem right here.



Yes, I noticed the same with ATA! I think I paid 150 for a round trip Chicago MWY to Orlando MCO for IAAPA this year. When they made the decision to "pull out" of Midway, most customers were shocked- ATA was a good airline, and I really liked what I got for the price. The planes were well kept and the prices were low- what more can ya ask for?

Dan, noo thanks on the layovers!hahaha. Thanks anyway 🙂 Maybe if they get some direct flights i'll consider.. [:)]
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Originally posted by Dan L.

TED is the low cost arm of United. Haven't heard much about them. That certainly sounds like a cheap fare though. Now you know why United is in bankruptcy. You can't give away the house.



It's interesting that all three of my flights (I had direct from Grand Rapids to MCO but had to stop in Detroit on the way back) were absolutely full - not a single open seat, yet the airlines are loosing money. Something doesn't seem right here.
TED is the low cost arm of United. Haven't heard much about them. That certainly sounds like a cheap fare though. Now you know why United is in bankruptcy. You can't give away the house.
When I was down in Orlando a week ago I noticed "Ted" airline. Looked into them and they have flights from ORD to MCO for less than $70 each way.
Matt you're missing out on a wonderful opportunity to get a free stop in Memphis or Detroit. You might want to re think this.[;)]LOL.
I will be shuffling between the S&S Power and Gerstlauer booths. Stop by and say hi.

Adam
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Matt, when am I gonna convince you to fly a real airline? Go to nwa.com. Best prices and schedules.[8D]



LOL- I cant get a direct flight from ORD to MCO on northwest- lol. Maybe you can fly a special charter MCW plane. Of coarse, we'd have to make a lot of stops to pick up different people around the country [:D]
Matt Cook
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Anyone know if they're going to run a NAARSO or AIMS certification at the IAAPA?