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BA's A318 plans - a good idea or not?
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Publish-date-icon February 1, 2008
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We speak with Timothy O'Neil-Dunne from T2Impact LLC and David Bentley at David Bentley Associates about today's announcement by British Airways that it intends to fly from London City Airport to JFK using 32 seater Airbus A318s.

That is a very long ride on a very small plane. It will have to refuel, it will have to work around TSA and quite a few other things. But because Air France has now almost 50% of the traffic at London City, perhaps BA had to do something. This may not be a particularly clever move, but else could BA do?

Then there the BA pilots, hot under the collar about OpenSkies...making choices more complicated. A number of interesting strategies coming out of Waterside.

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