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UA Want To Reduce Space At DEN  
User currently offlineMasseyBrown From United States of America, joined Dec 2002, 5423 posts, RR: 7
Posted (2 years 4 months 6 days 6 hours ago) and read 12761 times:

http://business-news.thestreet.com/d...-seeking-reduce-leased-space-dia/1

This doesn't say how big a reduction of leased space they're talking about - it could be just the old CO gates in A if they are still under lease.

[Edited 2012-04-28 22:29:34]


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User currently onlineEA CO AS From United States of America, joined Nov 2001, 13561 posts, RR: 62
Reply 1, posted (2 years 4 months 6 days 4 hours ago) and read 12593 times:
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It's not necessarily indicative of any cutbacks, if that's what you're thinking; many carriers are working on ways to improve turn times and scheduling to increase their gate utilization, meaning they can potentially run the same schedule with fewer gates, meaning less real estate cost.


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User currently offlineIndianicWorld From Australia, joined Jun 2001, 2961 posts, RR: 0
Reply 2, posted (2 years 4 months 6 days 4 hours ago) and read 12538 times:

Quoting EA CO AS (Reply 1):
It's not necessarily indicative of any cutbacks, if that's what you're thinking; many carriers are working on ways to improve turn times and scheduling to increase their gate utilization, meaning they can potentially run the same schedule with fewer gates, meaning less real estate cost.

Smart move too. Some airlines seem to run very inefficient schedules which do not maximise the facilities that are leased. In a business like this, every dollar now counts.


User currently offlineDocLightning From United States of America, joined Nov 2005, 19608 posts, RR: 58
Reply 3, posted (2 years 4 months 6 days 4 hours ago) and read 12469 times:

I can see it biting them in the butt during a blizzard, though. With the three-hour rule in place, having some extra gates at DEN might help avoid a debacle.

User currently offlineByrdluvs747 From United States of America, joined Jul 2004, 2358 posts, RR: 1
Reply 4, posted (2 years 4 months 6 days 3 hours ago) and read 12407 times:

F9 had better jump on them whether the gates are in A or B. They should approach DEN and ask if they could assume the gate leases.


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User currently offlineUSAIRWAYS321 From United States of America, joined Jul 2001, 1847 posts, RR: 9
Reply 5, posted (2 years 4 months 6 days 3 hours ago) and read 12385 times:

Quoting IndianicWorld (Reply 2):
Smart move too. Some airlines seem to run very inefficient schedules which do not maximise the facilities that are leased. In a business like this, every dollar now counts.

Often, though, airlines will sit on more gates than needed to prevent competitors from gaining share at that airport. Avoiding competition is sometimes worth that financial hit for the real estate.


User currently offlineIndianicWorld From Australia, joined Jun 2001, 2961 posts, RR: 0
Reply 6, posted (2 years 4 months 6 days 3 hours ago) and read 12372 times:

Quoting USAIRWAYS321 (Reply 5):
Often, though, airlines will sit on more gates than needed to prevent competitors from gaining share at that airport. Avoiding competition is sometimes worth that financial hit for the real estate.

True, but sometimes the costs are too high to sustain, which actually makes things uncompetitive against existing competition.

Theres always a point a decision needs to be made.


User currently offlineBlueF9A320 From United Kingdom, joined Oct 2004, 89 posts, RR: 0
Reply 7, posted (2 years 4 months 5 days 21 hours ago) and read 11875 times:

UA should just walk away already. They're only half-heartedly committed to hubbing at DEN anyway. And now they can justify it as "merger rationalisation".


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User currently offlinefrmrCapCadet From United States of America, joined May 2008, 1714 posts, RR: 1
Reply 8, posted (2 years 4 months 5 days 20 hours ago) and read 11696 times:

Quoting DocLightning (Reply 3):
I can see it biting them in the butt during a blizzard, though. With the three-hour rule in place, having some extra gates at DEN might help avoid a debacle.

Actually I think the airport has the responsibility to facilitate using extra gates in that situation. Or use buses.



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User currently offlineCODC10 From United States of America, joined Jul 2000, 2406 posts, RR: 6
Reply 9, posted (2 years 4 months 5 days 19 hours ago) and read 11498 times:

Could also be superfluous counter space, offices, bag rooms, etc., not necessarily gates.

User currently offlineSTT757 From United States of America, joined Mar 2000, 16862 posts, RR: 51
Reply 10, posted (2 years 4 months 5 days 19 hours ago) and read 11409 times:

Quoting CODC10 (Reply 9):
Could also be superfluous counter space, offices, bag rooms, etc., not necessarily gates

Exactly, I think people are kind of jumping the gun here a little.



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User currently offlinejoeljack From United States of America, joined Feb 2005, 937 posts, RR: 0
Reply 11, posted (2 years 4 months 5 days 19 hours ago) and read 11296 times:

In my opinion, UA has lots of extra ticket counter space they are not using they could remove. In addition, they have about 6-10 extra gates in concourse B they don't need. I was hoping to see an increase in DEN service with addition of all the new 737's. DEN lends itself well to larger airplanes. DEN is not a 50-seat high yield regional market. Yes 50-seats work to the smaller destinations from DEN but larger planes lower CASM. Skiers and vacationers to Colorado won't pay $1,000 for a plane ticket. But they aren't the bottom dwellers either that go to Florida on a $200 tickets. Skiing is expensive so it lends itself to a higher fare vacation market.

For example, I went over President's day and we all paid over $350 for our plane tickets from MSP and OMA. (there were 11 of us). At this yield, an airline won't make money with a 50-seater but with a 737, they will do just fine and then some!

If UA wants to make DEN work, they need to remove many of the RJ's to places with populations larger than a Million. This would require more mainline gates again but still might have 3-4 extra gates even after an uptick in mainline.

In addition, if UA was VERY serious about making DEN work, remove additional fees for bikes to DEN and advertise it! This would bring a huge influx of passengers in the summer! Bikes are very light and cargo holds are very rarely limited by space but instead limited by weight! My bike in a case weighs about 35 pounds. As a UA Gold, I fly Frontier when traveling with my bike because they don't charge a fee. UA would get this business, even if the ticket was $400 on UA OMA-DEN, I would still be loyal. This is a good yield! 42 cents per mile!

Right now, the cheapest fares from places like OMA/MCI to the west coast are all through IAH. This is very expensive for UA to accommodate! These passengers should be moved back to connect in DEN at the fares they currently charge though IAH. This it how it used to be before UA changed most mainline to RJ's on the OMA/MCI-DEN markets about a year ago. This would be a significant cost reduction in getting passengers from traditionally PMUA strong markets in middle america to the west cost. This is where the new UA management has failed miserably in my opinion. Tell me again how it is an advantage to connect the UA fliers going from middle america to the west coast in IAH vs DEN? Bad for the airline and bad for the passenger. Just makes zero sense!


User currently offlinetommy767 From United States of America, joined Aug 2003, 6584 posts, RR: 9
Reply 12, posted (2 years 4 months 5 days 16 hours ago) and read 10536 times:

Quoting BlueF9A320 (Reply 7):

Oh God -- Not this again....

People DEN isn't going anywhere for United. You can't jump to the conclusion that UA want to give up gate space from a brief article like this one.



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User currently offlineirelayer From United States of America, joined Jul 2005, 1073 posts, RR: 2
Reply 13, posted (2 years 4 months 5 days 15 hours ago) and read 10302 times:

Quoting IndianicWorld (Reply 2):
Smart move too. Some airlines seem to run very inefficient schedules which do not maximise the facilities that are leased. In a business like this, every dollar now counts.

Sorry I have to call you out on this. Now counts? Every dollar has counted for a while. I think we all forget that in the US airlines are a loss making business. When they make profits the margins are thin.

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User currently offlinedrerx7 From United States of America, joined Jun 2000, 5174 posts, RR: 8
Reply 14, posted (2 years 4 months 5 days 14 hours ago) and read 9729 times:

Quoting joeljack (Reply 11):
This is very expensive for UA to accommodate! These passengers should be moved back to connect in DEN at the fares they currently charge though IAH.

I fail to see the logic here? The O&D fares they charge for IAH are regoddamndiculous.



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User currently offlinejoeljack From United States of America, joined Feb 2005, 937 posts, RR: 0
Reply 15, posted (2 years 4 months 5 days 14 hours ago) and read 9416 times:

Quoting drerx7 (Reply 14):
I fail to see the logic here? The O&D fares they charge for IAH are regoddamndiculous.

I guess I've never had a reason to go to Houston other than to connect. They compete with WN on many markets so they can't be that bad!??? I guess that depends on your definition of "regoddamndiculous" Delta was charging upwards of a grand on OMA-ATL...now in my mind this fits that category!! They have now reduced fares and hence demand is through the roof. Fares are now $350-$400 with advanced purchase...reasonable...or 20 to 25 cents per mile....nice yield still.

I looked up OMA-IAH a couple of random days in May and the fares are $350....also reasonable. I did look a couple of days in June and the fares are $498...that's too much. If I had to go to IAH, I would change my dates, wait or not fly.

I purchase based off of yield. 20 cents per mile for domestic, reasonable and I buy. UA can make a profit off of this fare, happy airline and happy customer. $498 = 31 cents per mile...that's just too much and feel like I'm being ripped off so would refuse to buy that. 31 cents per mile = mad customer and I don't fly.

BTW...Just bought a DSM-SNA roundtrip for less than $250...going through IAH. The fares through DEN were twice!! UA could have got me to SNA much cheaper through DEN, instead they send me through IAH, way out of the way!! Just doesn't make sense.


User currently offlineflyhossd From United States of America, joined Nov 2009, 874 posts, RR: 2
Reply 16, posted (2 years 4 months 5 days 13 hours ago) and read 9307 times:

Quoting joeljack (Reply 11):
I was hoping to see an increase in DEN service with addition of all the new 737's.

Despite the new 737-900ERs, the mainline fleet size is shrinking, not growing. According to the Q1 2012 report, the mainline fleet size was reduced by 12 aircraft (the UA regional fleet increased by 17). Expect more 737-500s and PMUA 757s to be retired.



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User currently offlineCODC10 From United States of America, joined Jul 2000, 2406 posts, RR: 6
Reply 17, posted (2 years 4 months 5 days 13 hours ago) and read 9286 times:

Quoting joeljack (Reply 15):

BTW...Just bought a DSM-SNA roundtrip for less than $250...going through IAH. The fares through DEN were twice!! UA could have got me to SNA much cheaper through DEN, instead they send me through IAH, way out of the way!! Just doesn't make sense.

UA's new revenue management system was only introduced last month, over time it should, in theory, price more better routings more favorably.


User currently offlineEricR From United States of America, joined Jul 2010, 1904 posts, RR: 1
Reply 18, posted (2 years 4 months 5 days 13 hours ago) and read 9113 times:

Quoting joeljack (Reply 11):
If UA wants to make DEN work, they need to remove many of the RJ's to places with populations larger than a Million. This would require more mainline gates again but still might have 3-4 extra gates even after an uptick in mainline.
Quoting joeljack (Reply 11):
Right now, the cheapest fares from places like OMA/MCI to the west coast are all through IAH. This is very expensive for UA to accommodate! These passengers should be moved back to connect in DEN at the fares they currently charge though IAH. This it how it used to be before UA changed most mainline to RJ's on the OMA/MCI-DEN markets about a year ago. This would be a significant cost reduction in getting passengers from traditionally PMUA strong markets in middle america to the west cost. This is where the new UA management has failed miserably in my opinion. Tell me again how it is an advantage to connect the UA fliers going from middle america to the west coast in IAH vs DEN? Bad for the airline and bad for the passenger. Just makes zero sense!

I said this about a year ago and I'll say it again. The DEN hub under the new UA/CO will look nothing like the DEN hub was under UA.

The new UA/CO now has IAH & ORD to handle east-west connections. Furthermore, UA's market share in many mid-continent cities, such as MCI or OMA which historically used DEN as a connecting point, is now greatly overshadowed by WN. This loss of share in mid-continent cities as well as DEN itself means that mainline jets are too much capacity on many routes that used to be exclusively mainline.

The reason why connections via DEN to the west coast are more expensive than via IAH is because flights via DEN are increasingly intended for those whose final destinations are to smaller Rocky Mountain / Great Plains cities not directly served via IAH and/or ORD.

The only value DEN will serve under the new UA is to support flights to smaller Rocky Mountain / Great Plains cities where LCCs do not have the appropriate sized aircraft to fly into. DEN will become to UA what SLC is to DL.


User currently offlineboilerla From United States of America, joined Jul 2010, 360 posts, RR: 0
Reply 19, posted (2 years 4 months 5 days 12 hours ago) and read 8584 times:

Quoting EricR (Reply 18):
The new UA/CO now has IAH & ORD to handle east-west connections. Furthermore, UA's market share in many mid-continent cities, such as MCI or OMA which historically used DEN as a connecting point, is now greatly overshadowed by WN. This loss of share in mid-continent cities as well as DEN itself means that mainline jets are too much capacity on many routes that used to be exclusively mainline.

IAH is situated very poorly for connections. DEN is needed for pretty much anybody originating & connecting within the western United States, so unless UA wants to give up on big cities like LAX, PDX, SEA, they need DEN.

Not to mention that DEN is still one of the strongest O&D markets in the US.

Consider this (summer 2011):
UA mainline departures out of LAX: 115
UA total departures out of LAX: 235
UA mainline departures out of DEN: 164
UA total departures out of DEN: 454

There's been a slow drawdown of LAX with more routes moving to SFO, causing LAX to shrink even more in summer 2012. DEN is looking to be flat. LAX is even more competitive than DEN, and it's likely it's not hugely profitable considering the 3 terminals that UA operates out of there. Which is more likely to get pulled down?


User currently offlineslcdeltarumd11 From United States of America, joined Jan 2004, 3444 posts, RR: 0
Reply 20, posted (2 years 4 months 5 days 11 hours ago) and read 8063 times:

I am not writing this from denver right now. I was just in the airport yesterday and was thinking how much extra space united has. Concourse be is pretty large and I bet united could slim down quite a few gates and move flight times around to save a good amount of money. The check in space is massive also. It's not like ua has anything to protect in denver southwest and frontier have fully committed to denver and have ffs, gates, and space. It's simply by too late to protect denver those carriers might be more commuted to denver than united is they mine as well try to make denver as efficient and lean as possible for connections.

I personally think the three hub setup is totally unsustainable very long term. I'm guessing frontier will be the one to end it though very long term. Den certainly has a different role in the new ua system. Different is the key word but it still has a unique role but I could certainly see more continued seat number reductions as we've seen. Widebodies could be totally gone for ua at denver not that unlikely that except maybe a seasonal 767 to HNL. They are headed that direction.


User currently offlinedrerx7 From United States of America, joined Jun 2000, 5174 posts, RR: 8
Reply 21, posted (2 years 4 months 5 days 9 hours ago) and read 7548 times:

Quoting joeljack (Reply 15):
hey compete with WN on many markets so they can't be that bad!??? I guess that depends on your definition of "regoddamndiculous" Delta was charging upwards of a grand on OMA-ATL...now in my mind this fits that category!! They have now reduced fares and hence demand is through the roof. Fares are now $350-$400 with advanced purchase...reasonable...or 20 to 25 cents per mile....nice yield still.

WN is not the cheapest either and even with WN over at HOU UA still commands insane fares. I was just quoted $500 r/t IAH-LAS for random dates in July...AUS-IAH-LAS is significantly lower. We won't even talk about UA international out of IAH...
As of last year IAH was the airport with the highest airfares in the country...10 years ago it wasn't even on any list.
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User currently offlineslcdeltarumd11 From United States of America, joined Jan 2004, 3444 posts, RR: 0
Reply 22, posted (2 years 4 months 5 days 9 hours ago) and read 7124 times:

DEN is a super strong o& d market no question. It easily strong enough for two hubs. The thing to consider is that it's a THREE hub airport. Also with MKE no longer at hub status its the lowest airfare hub in the country.

DEN role is more to connect the intermountain cities which command high fares and less LCC competition. Cities like sea, PDX, lax etc can be routed to almost anywhere thru iah, ord, sfo, PHX, ord lax actually. ASE for example is an actual gold mine for United on connecting fares much like jac and sun are gold mines for delta thru SLC.


User currently offlinen7371f From United States of America, joined Jul 2008, 1723 posts, RR: 12
Reply 23, posted (2 years 4 months 5 days 9 hours ago) and read 7124 times:
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Anyone else wondering if this request involves the Continental hangar?

User currently offlineNutsaboutplanes From United States of America, joined Jul 2010, 496 posts, RR: 8
Reply 24, posted (2 years 4 months 5 days 6 hours ago) and read 6343 times:

Quoting n7371f (Reply 23):
Anyone else wondering if this request involves the Continental hangar?



I was going to say it earlier but didn't..........I would not be surprised if this is in fact part of the discussion.



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25 EA CO AS : Maybe you hadn't noticed, but that generalization doesn't hold much water anymore. In fact, both AS and DL have posted ROIC north of 10% each in the
26 Post contains links irelayer : You mean this: http://travel.usatoday.com/flights/s...1-profit-on-fuel-hedges/54521104/1 ? Maybe Delta Airlines should convert itself to a financial
27 EA CO AS : And using that argument, maybe Southwest Airlines should sell their aircraft since they've essentially been an oil-futures trading company for the pa
28 FlyPNS1 : You're correct to a large degree on the revenue side of the equation. However, many of the carriers are still enjoying post-BK costs that will not la
29 rdh3e : They don't have any gates to give up. The summer schedule is JAMMED, there is no room for expansion on the 10am bank at DEN, every gate is working.
30 AADC10 : I doubt this means anything for the Concourse B gates. UA unloaded some leased back office and operational space at DEN during Ch. 11 and they may be
31 EricR : Well I am not really comparing LAX to DEN, but I think DEN will see a larger net decrease in mainline flights than LAX(though on a percentage basis L
32 CODC10 : ...which is probably the highest-yielding segment of the DEN hub.
33 gigneil : IAH is, conservatively, 3 hours out of the way for the vast majority of the population of this country. NS
34 dbo861 : Forgive me, I'm not very familiar with F9's current situation in DEN. Are they hurting for gate space at DEN?
35 EricR : Yet IAH was the largest hub for CO and remains a mega hub under UA. Not one single hub for any U.S. based airline is positioned in such a location as
36 ADent : I think WN could be interested in some gate space - somewhere to get Delta to move to so WN can take over the whole C Concourse. Of course with fuel p
37 drerx7 : Well, regardless of that fact UA is shifting capacity there from DEN primarily. I was referring to the other posters reasoning in his statement...you
38 rdh3e : Probably some of the highest yielding traffic in the nation to boot.
39 tommy767 : Yes it remains the largest, mainly for Latin/South America and Mexico connections. Also it was revealed recently in another thread that ORD is treadi
40 drerx7 : Yea, that thread though had stats that were from August 2011. Granted ORD and IAH will probably see-saw #1-#2 year to year, I would like to see curre
41 Post contains images ScottB : Like drama much? On a route like NYC-LAX, IAH is 30-45 minutes' total flying time out of the way compared to a connection at ORD or DEN. And the hub
42 tommy767 : Every time I see one of the OAG threads, I don't see many adds at all to IAH -- if anything, cuts here and there. The only airports with major gains
43 drerx7 : And the fastest growing cities in the nation. Lol, that OAG thread is full of so many inaccuracies with regard to UA/CO. I appreciate the efforts pla
44 strfyr51 : United has their OWN hangars at Den But I DOUBT it. We're doing Bit time work at Denver on the A320/A319's and likely to do even More on the 737's whe
45 tommy767 : I'm talking about frequency, not aircraft size from IAH.
46 rdh3e : They did that with 2 gates before. Now WN is trying to gain exclusivity on those gates from the city.
47 ScottB : Sure, but they can probably fill A320's/738's/757's with high fares between ORD/IAH/SFO and JAC as well. The amount of high-fare intra-regional traff
48 CODC10 : Increasing gauge at a banked hub is probably the most efficient way to add capacity without having to implement a full-blown bank or grow off-peak fl
49 Post contains images drerx7 : You cannot have meat without the potatos sir Yep, the 757 is on IAH-JAC. Houston has a high yielding scuba and ski community. Co sign. Also as an asi
50 tommy767 : I thought the CO method was adding ERJ's at high frequencies for the benefit of business travelers?
51 Post contains images drerx7 : Why do that with ERJs when there is a new found pot of gold at DEN of CR7s/757s/and Airbus?
52 tommy767 : Except these days DEN is getting a lot more 738 and 739.
53 drerx7 : An exchange I suppose, but most of those are originating from IAH - right now at least. DEN also has alot of ERJs and IAH has a lot of CR7s. a 738 vs
54 Post contains images CODC10 : I never said anything about CO...
55 WesternA318 : But this is a.net...we're famous for it!
56 slcdeltarumd11 : Anyone going to be at that meeting? I am sure the denver post will have someone there but they may only write an article if its something significant.
57 STT757 : Maybe it's just me but the Q400 seems perfect for DEN, if UA can find a new operator.
58 Post contains links MasseyBrown : So it all seems good, the space reduction is all behind the scenes, and maybe UA even grows a bit ... http://www.denverpost.com/business/c...ited-airl
59 STT757 : Now can we put away the "UA cutting DEN" speculation.
60 slcdeltarumd11 : I dont think anyone thought denver would be cut it would be a huge whole in the system and united would loose out on alot of high fare low LCC compet
61 tommy767 : Every week there is a new thread where someone brings up how UA is going to ditch DEN... But that link is very good news.
62 Post contains images drerx7 : Yep, and I'm going to start another one...MWHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAH But, seriously, it is good news. There will be optimization of aircraft to routes and th
63 klwright69 : People fly crazy and of out of the way routings if the price is right and they get the miles on their airline of choice.
64 MasseyBrown : Mmmm ... no. It's good for the airport to operate a little scared. Overconfidence produces horrors like JFK, LGA, and EWR. The "growth" possibility i
65 Post contains images tommy767 : GAH! Will you please bring up how UA is going to drop CLE or even LAX for a change? How about IAD? It's been a while since we've rehashed that one Wh
66 Post contains links CompensateMe : Southwest and Frontier are objecting the deal UA struck with DIA: Southwest "noted that DIA is prohibited under Federal Aviation Administration rules
67 slcdeltarumd11 : Denver is so cut throat and competitive I am not shocked at all frontier and southwest would object to this. They may have legally found a way to pull
68 SkyCub : Really? Are we REALLY doing this again? I get so sick of hearing that. Southwest makes money and its because of the fuel hedges. Southwest loses mone
69 boilerla : Does anybody know how the 4.5% capacity increase in the article will be measured? Is it total seats, departures, etc.? I wonder if UA will replace so
70 EA CO AS : Yes. Yes, we are. Deal with it. If you bothered to read why I brought that point up, you'd see it's perfectly relevant to the discussion. So you're s
71 AADC10 : With four midwest hubs (CLE, ORD, IAH, DEN) UA is rather saturated. With the international push, it is main gateways, EWR and SFO that are going to g
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