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  1. Here is the flight schedule for Alexandria (AEX). Late afternoon departure and early morning return. It will be on a CR9 instead of a CR7 Also, in addition we are also gaining Lafayette, LA (LFT). 2x Daily on CR7s Both start on 4/2.
  2. Another new domestic route. This time Alexandria, LA (AEX). https://www.kalb.com/2021/01/15/american-airlines-and-aex-announce-new-air-service-to-clt/ Bookable starting on Sunday 1/17. One daily flight operated by a CRJ-700. Evening departure from CLT and early morning return from AEX. Similar to the Sioux Falls and Appleton additions. It's great to see these adds continue during the pandemic!
  3. I wonder if Qatar Airways would consider CLT 5 to 10 years down the road if the following 3 things happen: A.) Qatar remains in One World/partnership with AA B.) CLT continues to be a main focus of AA for the foreseeable future post covid C.) We experience a continued trend of businesses growing in Charlotte and a large group of new businesses moving to Charlotte from more densely populated areas post covid. (Leading to higher O/D demand) It's definitely a long shot, but I would think they are our best (and only) chance at a "luxury" carrier serving CLT
  4. Charlotte- Honolulu has been added! Seasonal May 6th through September 7th with a 772. Bookable on AA.com Bozeman, MT will also be returning daily. June through Labor Day. Appleton, WI, and Sioux Falls have been extended to year round. With Sioux Falls going 2x daily beginning in April.
  5. The Centurion Lounge Re-opened on Monday 10/12. Limited amenities, but it's great to see CLT be one of the first one's reopened. Additional General Info: https://thepointsguy.com/news/amex-centurion-lounges-reopening/
  6. Potential good news for CLT European flights! Flights to LHR (2 daily) and MUC are currently scheduled to resume on Saturday 10/24.
  7. It's actually a pretty logical add. Similar to the Sioux Falls add, it's aimed at demand from Appleton to Florida/Caribbean, etc... The evening departure from CLT and early morning return flight from Appleton work perfectly for that.
  8. Another new daily midwestern winter seasonal add. This time Appleton, WI (ATW) on a Embraer E175 beginning Nov. 4th. Flight times are nearly identical to FSD. No official link, but bookable on the AA website.
  9. I see a return to the 700 flight mark, but it will likely be 2 or 3 years down the road. The airport has added a cross section model of the terminal lobby expansion in the baggage claim. I wonder what is going underneath the baggage claim/arrivals roadway.
  10. The AA system update last night saw a few routes transfer from Philadelphia to Charlotte in September. Both Ithaca, NY and New Haven, CT will be dropped from PHL and CLT (which currently has Saturday only service to both) will see increases to up to 2x daily. New Haven will see up to 2 daily flights on Embraer E175s Ithaca will see up to 2 daily flights on Embraer 145s Both Wilkes-barre/Scranton. PA and Allentown/Bethelem, PA will be eliminated from PHL and see an additional frequency from CLT. Oklahoma City is also being eliminated from PHL in favor of a 3rd CLT flight. This is in addition to the already announced transition of flights to Williamsport, PA from PHL to CLT on August 18th. On an unrelated note. Flint, MI, which was introduced last September, is gaining a 3rd daily flight It seems like AA meant it when they said they would be focusing post-covid rebuild on CLT and DFW. Below is the original source for the changes I just described. All flights are bookable on AA.com
  11. A bit of good news in these rough aviation times. It appears that Southwest will be starting flights to Denver beginning on December 17th. There is no mention of it in the media press release, but it is bookable on Southwest.com https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/southwest-airlines-extends-published-flight-schedule-through-jan-4-2021-301067061.html
  12. It's honestly hard to tell where the UK campus begins and ends. Honestly, unless you are walking around the heart of campus, it really doesn't have a college campus feel to it.
  13. As a current resident of Lexington, I have to disagree. While there is a decent amount of urban sprawl in certain areas, the city has largely been able to maintain the horse/bourbon culture imho. Also, the urban sprawl that is present has fairly well defined boundaries compared to several other southern cities.
  14. I wouldn't put any thought into the changes you are seeing right now. They are likely just placeholder changes (because they took the A330's out of the system) and European route decisions for Summer 2021 will be officially made at a later date.
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