Flights that would be mostly useless for the vast majority of non-canadian citizens (which is a large chunk of the population). Getting a US Visa is a gigantic pain in the buttocks and expensive.Or how about YEG-MSP-YYZ or YEG-ORD-YUL
ORD would be nice as a destination, but I would like to see at least one weekly flight to somewhere in the East Coast (NYC, Boston or DC). I'm sure there's a market here for the NE corridor that would warrant one or two flights a week to any of these cities.Why would anyone want to go to to a US airport to go to YUL or YYZ? Yes we will have pre-clearance here - but seriously for most people that would be a hassle.
As in replacing certain flights as one-way versus connection on a very competitive YYZ-YEG mainline.Flights that would be mostly useless for the vast majority of non-canadian citizens (which is a large chunk of the population). Getting a US Visa is a gigantic pain in the buttocks and expensive.
Fine if your Australian, European or Canadian, but apart from that, very few nationalities (and none of the main immigrant communities in Canada: India, China, Middle East and Latin America) have visa exemption to travel through the US.
Charter to FRA would be fantastic, as would charters to Gatwick.
ORD, EWR, MSP, IAH please and thank you.
Without MSP, Chicago or EWR, there is no E-W US to East Coast or Europe connection. That leaves YYZ or (shudders) YYC. MSP is an important one that needs to come back...mind you they are all important in one way or another and need to come back.MSP is a key transfer point for Northwest/Delta.