Hello, I have no place to put this anywhere (As they have no source…), so I’ll put it in here, unless it really belongs to RWA.
Anyways, I follow a facebook page called the “Manchester-Boston Regional Airport spotters”, and all we really do in there is talk about the many issues the airport faces, such as how Providence is gaining more flights, and how Boston is getting filled up, and how our airport does nothing to bring in new Air Service. This time, it looks like we have some good changes! American Airlines is starting new Seasonal Service to Charlotte, NC on an Airbus A319 Starting November 7, 2017. This is the Same route that American Eagle flies to, except on a CRJ-900. This is a Huge upgrade, as we finally have American flying their Big, yet small, mainline jet into Manchester!
Another news is that Southwest is Returning Seasonal service to Ft. Lauderdale next year on April 14, 2017, only on Saturdays though.
Here is a short version of what I have stated above:
American Airlines | [Seasonal] Charlotte, NC (Starting Nov. 7, 2017)
Southwest Airlines | [Seasonal] Ft. Lauderdale, FL (Resumes April 14, 2018)
You may be asking, if there are no sources, then how can you prove this? The only way is to talk to the people who work at the Airport, as there are some employees who know that these were happening, and how the Airport and Airline are not making any announcements. What we also did is look up these ourselves on aa.com and southwest.com
Here are the screenshots for proof:
American Airlines Website showing the new route with the Airbus A319
Southwest Airlines showing the Non-stop flight to Ft. Lauderdale (Saturday’s only)
These are all great news for us here in Manchester, and I wanted to share them with all of you :)