Looks like TPA-SAN was the only year round add on this update for anyone. No permanent cuts. Not exciting, haha.

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As to Southwest changing from a single aircraft type fleet: I could see that, especially if Southwest wants to compete more with the US3 and offer longer transcons and/or intercontinental flights. I don't think it'd be anytime soon, though. At some point it seems to me that it becomes a question of...
If you look at the end of the schedule extension in the last couple days, it pops back up so it could be either due to dead of winter or the fleet availability issue that will still linger due to not fully replacing the retiring planes. Also noticed there seems to be difference now in times from th...
I think STL-OAK got dropped which shocks me. I just flew it last night with a connection because the timing on the nonstop didn't work for me and there were several people also on our connection. The nonstop is usually full. Plus it being two bigger stations seems odd it isn't show up anymore... we...
I think STL-OAK got dropped which shocks me. I just flew it last night with a connection because the timing on the nonstop didn't work for me and there were several people also on our connection. The nonstop is usually full. Plus it being two bigger stations seems odd it isn't show up anymore... wei...
This is under construction now.
Looking at the pictures of E34-E40 on the Lambert facebook page... Is it just me or does it seem like there are very few power outlets in the new gates? I don't see any of the Southwest armchairs with the outlets built in, or the bar stool/bar seating areas with outlets. I don't remember that secti...
Seems like the city wants to get its hands on a lot of cash to build out whatever it is they think is worth it. It doesn't make sense because they have this income producing asset that they will sell to fund programs that will most likely be one time injections into the economy. You have a proven m...
The Hawaii and Anchorage comments were interesting but I don't think the MAX planes have the range to make it there from here do they? The 737 MAX variant that SWA is ordering has a maximum range 3500 miles -- which is no where near the range needed for HNL (over 4100). Interestingly ANC is under 3...
Thanks for the updates Matt (I'm assuming your name is Matt). In pics it looked like the waiting area was tight but your video made it look bigger than I thought. I like that this is the one part of the terminal where you have windows on both sides of the walkway in places. That is nice. I am pretty...
Cicero's is no longer doing live music. Not sure what's up with the restaurant: https://www.riverfronttimes.com/musicblog/2017/06/19/ciceros-in-the-loop-to-host-its-final-show-this-saturday It all is closing. A new facebook post also lists the restaurant. http://www.bizjournals.com/stlouis/news/201...
Allegiant adding Phoenix-Mesa starting November. This is 2 days a week, year round.

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I think there are so many "Fastest Growing", "Biggest", Startups, Tech, Ag Tech, etc articles out there on so many different rating systems or just some random writers thoughts that it is hard to put tons of stock into each one. St. Louis shows up on a fair amount of them and I doubt anyone shows up...
I would be curious to see the loads over at midamerica for the Jacksonville route since it is one of their routes that Lambert doesn't have. It looks like it has been upgraded to year round from seasonal. It only runs twice a week though so that obviously plays into it. Maybe Southwest could make it...
http://www.bnd.com/news/local/article156293494.html Midamerica installing more TSA equipment. TSA plans to go to a semi-automatic bag screening process from a manual screening process. They can go from 26 bags an hour per person to 140 bags an hour, Hursey said. Anyways, that is good they need more ...
I see the airport facebook/twitter put a couple pics up yesterday. It looks like the Stella bar that was by E29/31/33 got moved down to the new gates. It looks like it is walled off just passed the bathrooms that are just passed E40.
Looks like a few more are showing up during the day. Only using E38 interestingly enough. On publicizing it, they may wait to do so until Thursday with the next schedule extension if there is anything new that pops up. Also the earlier note on San Diego flights, could be they are also using it as a...
Looks like the new gate area opens up tonight. This the first flight I have seen with a new gate listed so far.

11:10 pm Austin Southwest #5691 E38 On Time

Makes sense that the first departures would be on a Monday so they can possibly publicize it some on a weekday.
All service out of STL? All service to DEN, which is their main hub. I have a hard time imagining they are going to keep services to other cities when they aren't serving their base. It's possible it's a misfiling which will be corrected next week... we'll see. Frontier did not re-add the STL-DEN f...
A couple random late night thoughts. Apparently, Southwest is running 3 Saturday nonstops to San Diego now. I knew they were running two during the week but I didn't realize it was 3 on Saturday (I figured it actually was just 1 before noticing 3 tonight). I am sure it is just for summer but that is...
Cusamano just said on ch. 5 that he talked to a reliable source who said the deal is dormant not dead. And the best news is that not one of the competing cities is closer to getting a team than we are. So we re still in it! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk To elaborate on this. He also had someon...
It looked like they were putting on the tower crane today. I drove by this morning and they had the street closed off and were putting in support pieces.
Yep, the City has been sued. "museum officials offered to remove the monument from the park by next Friday for free if the city acknowledged the museum owns it." http://www.stltoday.com/news/local/metro/civil-war-museum-sues-st-louis-for-ownership-of-confederate/article_64b4404a-8bee-55f5-bc23-fdce...
Looks like Quincy is back up for bid on their service. Not that they add a bunch of passengers to the airport but I thought it was at least of note. They have 5 different airlines looking to provide service. Some of them have more than one proposal. I have a feeling they are going to split St. Louis...
The facts aren't in yet, so I don't want to speak prematurely, but the word had always been that one group of city council people were enthusiastically doing their best to help the project move forward, while another group was hesitant about the city's involvement. At the last election, the pro-bre...