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American Airlines from 05JUL17 is expanding Montreal service, including restoration of previously cancelled frequencies. Planned operation as follow.

 

Dallas/Ft. Worth – Montreal Increase from 1 to 2 daily

AA3560 DFW1230 – 1711YUL E75 D

AA3387 DFW1902 – 2344YUL E75 D

 

AA3533 YUL0629 – 0940DFW E75 D

AA3560 YUL1751 – 2103DFW E75 D

 

Miami – Montreal 2nd daily flight reinstated

AA1151 MIA1036 – 1415YUL 738 D

AA2652 MIA1925 – 2301YUL 738 D

 

AA2438 YUL0600 – 0944MIA 738 D

AA1151 YUL1505 – 1856MIA 738 D

 

http://www.routesonline.com/news/38/airlineroute/272238/american-enhances-montreal-flights-from-july-2017/

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8 hours ago, FlyboyMTL said:

This is great news.  Slowly but surely we're building up a very substantial feeder network for our international operations.  This will help solidify the hub.

Excellent!

Is it not the opposite? I believe that we are feeding American Airline's hub at DFW instead...

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3 minutes ago, Malek said:

Goes both way.

I mean if it was Air Canada, I would understand how the flights would feed our international network. However, American Airlines does not have any international destinations out of YUL and there is a limited amount of airlines under Oneworld at our airport. Therefore, how is our hub being fed in that case?

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It actually gives more options for Montreal travellers.

My guess is probably others will follow as well, Delta will probably add an extra flight as well. As for United, they don't really need to, since Air Canada is opening up routes pretty much everywhere these days. That's why United is the only US-3 that does not fly a mainline aircraft at YUL.

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Il y a 1 heure, ERJ-Boy a dit :

It actually gives more options for Montreal travellers.

My guess is probably others will follow as well, Delta will probably add an extra flight as well. As for United, they don't really need to, since Air Canada is opening up routes pretty much everywhere these days. That's why United is the only US-3 that does not fly a mainline aircraft at YUL.

What's a mainline aircraft. ?

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il y a 13 minutes, mtlurb a dit :

What's a mainline aircraft. ?

Air Canada is mainline, Jazz/Sky Regional are feeder/contract carriers

Same for a lot of airlines, they "subcontract" flying to other companies mainly for salaries/union purposes.

 

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