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United Airlines will stop running flights through New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport on October 25

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The schedules for the 6.0a will be earlier, but for 6.0b this will enter - if they really do so which would be a multi billion dollar management error in my opinion.

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Indeed, some would say that United Airlines management is practically an oxymoron. But when they merged with Continental they instantly dominated KEWR-Newark Liberty. Same as KIAH-Houston.

 

Cheers,

C

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Newark was COA central when I flew through it (on BAW... ;) )

 

Personally, I agree that it would be an error, but perhaps it is not through choice and a competition authority is unhappy that a single airline is dominating two major airports effectively serving one city? BAW got told in no uncertain terms to give up huge amounts of slots at London Gatwick, because it was so dominant at Heathrow.

 

Ian P.

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Doesn't sound like a big deal. Delta will pick up United's JFK slots. United will still be flying out of Newark and LGA. The train service from Newark to Manhattan is pretty good.

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