Virgin America Pops DCA's Perimeter Rule, Launching Flights from San Francisco at NYCAviation
There are 2 comments on the www.nycaviation.com story from Aug 16, 2012, titled Virgin America Pops DCA's Perimeter Rule, Launching Flights from San Francisco at NYCAviation. In it, www.nycaviation.com reports that:
Virgin America launched flights to Washington DC's Reagan National Airport, breaking the perimeter rule barriers and doing so with style. NYCA caught up with VA CEO David Cush for a fun chat.
Join the discussion below, or Read more at www.nycaviation.com.
#1 Aug 16, 2012
UA started DCA-SFO non-stops months ago. AA started DCA-LAX shortly after that. This article is just more free press for the low-fare "darlings of the media" airlines.
Virgin America didn't 'pop' any permiter rule.
#2 Aug 16, 2012
sucks that there's still a perimeter rule in the first place and that in this day and age DCA flight schedules are still controlled by congress :=(
Add your comments below
|Hillary's Jet and Other Global Climate Phonies||12 hr||litesong||3|
|Etihad Airways President and CEO Addresses the ...||Jul 29||flightdeck||1|
|The Next Generation Of Airbus A380||Jul 28||lilhal||1|
|One honeymoon isn't enough! Rebecca Adlington j...||Jun '15||jickmoss||2|
|Airbus: Targeting The Boeing 777X||Jun '15||flightdeck||1|
|Quietly moving ahead at Heathrow?||Jun '15||flightdeck||1|
|Airbus ready to speed A350 assembly to meet tar...||Jun '15||Flightdeck||1|
Find what you want!
Search Civil Aircraft Forum Now
Copyright © 2015 Topix LLC