|By Michael Mullett on Wednesday, December 6, 2000 - 2:54 pm:|
Below is my answer from American Airlines customer service. It may be window dressing but who knows? If enough people indicated their interest, they may start a flight to Bonaire.
|By michael gaynor on Thursday, December 7, 2000 - 9:04 am:|
With ALM shuttleing passengers from Curacao and Aruba via to Bonaire, American does not have the statistical information showing how many passengers they are loosing by not flying to Bonaire. Wouldn't it be great if a few thousand frends of Bonaire got together and wrote letters to AA, explaing that over 30,000 people would love to use their service and that they would be willing to prepay a rt ticket from Curacao/Aruba to Bonaire as a sign of good faith (under $100).
|By thomas brossard on Thursday, December 7, 2000 - 9:30 am:|
I'm not sure what criteria AA uses (exactly) to determine the profitability & viability of their routes, but American Eagle pulled out our airport in Marathon (Florida Keys) despite the fact their planes were (admitted by AA) always full. The rationale they used is not something I understand, but once again, just because it looks like the flights might be full won't be enough for AA...
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