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Submitted by Guest461 (not verified) on Tue, 09/15/2009 - 1:52pm.
Wilmington International Airport is not a "hub" for any airline. It is merely a distribution point for US Airways. Charlotte is their hub. Chicago and DFW are AA Hubs, RDU used to be an AA hub, but is no longer. ILM doesn't even have any direct international flights anymore but is still referered to as "International". All businesses have curtailed travel to save expenses and their business. Individuals are flying less because because they can't afford the expense. Most want to avoid it due to the ever-increasing pain in the rear it is to fly nowadays. The service is horrible, they are never on time anymore and don't care. The equipment is filty and they still allow 350 pounders to buy only one seat, while the added expenses actually get you much less today. I can see them as the next bailout task for Obama. This is one industry that has gone completely to the dogs, where 10 years ago ailines were run close to that of a military organization (the better ones anyway). It's more like New York City taxi cabs that fly now.
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