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Best airline to fly to west palm Florida?

Best airline to fly to west palm Florida?

  1. Anonymous

    Hi,

    Which one do you think the best airline to fly to West Palm Florida?

    Also which domestic routes in the US is being served by wide body jets? i struggled to find any wide body jet flights domestically and wondering why.

  2. Anonymous

    Hi! For PBI I would choose based on schedule and price. Nothing is going to be particularly nice to a leisure destination, and everyone uses domestic-configured narrow-bodies to PBI.

    Wide-bodies are rare domestically. You’ll mostly find them on transcon routes to premium markets, mainly California to/from New York.

  3. MidSouthSkier

    [USER=7]@Tiffany[/USER] – I’ve always wondered why wide-bodies aren’t flown between California and CLT/ATL/MIA. Seems like there should be enough traffic, including international connections to make it worthwhile. I do recall flying a wide-body SLC-ATL during ski season one year.

  4. Anonymous

    Atlanta/Miami/big hub cities get them too, just not as common.

  5. Gaurav

    I think most fliers still prioritize schedule so airlines are better served having multiple frequencies on smaller planes rather than a couple of widebodies for the same amount of traffic.

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