Lexy

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Lexy last won the day on October 31 2017

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  1. Lexy

    Nashville International Airport

    I think we'll see the likes of Icelandair or Condor sooner rather than later. I know Delta is paying close attention to what's happening.
  2. Lexy

    Nashville International Airport

    The flight has average a mid-90's load factor and has been their best launch on a mid-size route.
  3. When will they reveal who the city is? That's all I care about. I doubt we get it, but one can never tell. Everyone seems to "love" Boston and according to some Indy folks I know, there's nothing that city can do wrong.
  4. Lexy

    CBD/SoBro/RutledgeHill/Rolling Mill Hill Projects

    That's really interesting. That's a jumping location so a hotel would be perfect there honestly.
  5. Lexy

    Nashville International Airport

    I don't disagree with you at all. Louisville has been quite content to leave it status quo while neighboring airports have made improvements and expanded service. I think they're trying to keep the "leakage" to a minimum there more than anything.
  6. Lexy

    Nashville International Airport

    Our neighbors to the north are sick of everyone else getting flights to Mexico and England. Looks like they want to jump in the pool now. All joking aside, it's an interesting read. Might I add, if Air Canada wanted to serve Louisville, they could do it without FIS as it's Pre-Clear. https://insiderlouisville.com/government/transportation/dan-mann-wants-to-put-the-international-in-louisville-international-airport/
  7. Lexy

    CBD/SoBro/RutledgeHill/Rolling Mill Hill Projects

    Yes it is. Good guy and good family too!
  8. Lexy

    Nashville International Airport

    It's the "baseball diamond" where all of the storm water runoff goes. It's being filled in so the terminal expansion can happen and give us more ramp space for RON aircraft and de-icing.
  9. I look for that to go year round soon. It’s up to 5 days a week now.
  10. It's been gone for about 8 years now.
  11. Lexy

    CBD/SoBro/RutledgeHill/Rolling Mill Hill Projects

    I can respect that. Architecturally, it's nothing special. I haven't been inside yet so I can't comment on that.
  12. It actually has two gates now. As for Spirit, it's a complete mystery why they haven't started service to BNA. I'm shocked honestly. They serve far lesser markets, but can't seem to figure out BNA. We'll see.
  13. Probably no new international flights until the new IAB is complete. The gate usage is just too high right now. Yes, new service on Minneapolis based Sun Country Airlines. BNA-MIA/RSW/MSP/MSY/TPA/MCO, all 2x/wk
  14. I don' t think so. LAX is maxed out and AA is up gauging the flight to an A321 some this fall. UA hasn't fully committed to a LAX buildup and frankly, they shouldn't. UA doesn't need to fight either one. The Motley Fool recently ran an article asking if UA had surpassed AA as the #2 domestic airline and it would seem they have. UA just needs to focus on their catering issues and connecting some of the dots in their network. Let DL be #1 for a while, but put AA out of the picture. That seems to be happening.
  15. I'd like to start a new thread where we can share information regarding the airport. The other thread is kind of cluttered and hard to navigate. This should hopefully clear things up a bit. Recently got wind that the British Airways flight is doing exceptionally well, but is falling victim to equipment and crew shortages being faced by BA going into the winter months. Also, travel to Europe slows during this time. This has led BA to reduce the dailies to 4 a week instead of the current 5. Officials firmly believe it will go daily once the engine issues are worked out on the 787's and the crew issues are resolved. Currently reports are that the flight averages a 95% load factor and is a high performer on cargo (which is what really makes money). A new airline is coming to the airport with the announcement being posted on a Facebook live video tomorrow at 10AM. Speculation believes it could be a non stop to Iceland or Spirit Airlines is finally entering the market with flights to DTW, DFW, and perhaps another airport. MNAA is hush on it, but the stage for the announcement has been set in front of the United Airlines ticket counter. Delta remains the #2 airline at the airport with Southwest firmly in control. American Airlines' passenger shares continue to decline little by little. United is seeing an uptick!