Member since 15 Feb 2018
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All to do with economics. If it isn’t viable to operate the route, they won’t. They may offer it as a codeshare, to try to keep an appearance in that port. As an example, how many European airlines that used to fly here no longer do?
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Member since 18 May 2019
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Quite a lot. Either they pulled because of losing too much money, too much competition, or it wasn't viable. Nowadays, they still make an appearance in big Australian ports like SYD, MEL, and BNE.
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