MIA Pilots - New Non-Stop Service Options

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2 weeks 4 days ago #16858 by SPA118
Good Morning KMIA Hub!

Starting today, February 10, 2021, the Saint Paul Airlines Miami Hub will begin offering non-stop service to the following new international destinations:

LLBG - Tel Aviv, Israel
SMJP - Zanderij, Suriname
SKBO - Bogota, Colombia
SKCL - Cali, Colombia
SEQM - Quito, Ecuadore
SPJC - Lima, Peru
SCEL - Santiago, Chile

Additionally, the Saint Paul Airlines Miami Hub will begin offering non-stop service to the following new domestic destinations, with more to come:

KLIT - Little Rock, Arkansas
KPWM - Portland, Maine

Look for these new destinations to show up in the database sometime this afternoon.  Also, if anyone has any destinations they would like to see on the mainline schedule, please let me know and I will happily add them.

Let me know if you have any questions and please enjoy our latest new offerings!

Eric M. Eder, SPA118
Miami Hub Manager
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2 weeks 3 days ago #16859 by SPA031
How about adding Heathrow. Also, add our other St. Paul Airlines hub airports.

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2 weeks 3 days ago #16860 by SPA118
Howdy Robert,

Miami already offers non-stop service to both Minneapolis and Heathrow:

2661 - KMIA to KMSP
2662 - KMSP to KMIA
2706 - KMIA to EGLL
2709 - EGLL to KMIA

Eric M. Eder, SPA118
Miami Hub Manager
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2 weeks 3 days ago #16863 by SPA031
Is there a way to enter a from and to airport ID and get a flight number?

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2 weeks 3 days ago - 2 weeks 3 days ago #16864 by SPA118

SPA031 wrote: Is there a way to enter a from and to airport ID and get a flight number?


 

Great question Robert!  There is a way to search by origin and destination to pull up a flight number from the mainline flight schedule.  This was actually your idea and was implemented back on January 5th: 

www.stpaulairlines.com/index.php/forum/i...e-achievements/3472-[IMPORTANT]%20%20User-Defined%20flight%20numbering%20Change#16724

Simply go to the pilots office, click on "Flight Schedules," then click on "Origin and Destination Airport."  If there is a mainline flight associated with your combined origin and destination airport, you will see the results.

Eric M. Eder, SPA118
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1 week 2 days ago #16910 by SmittyBRS
Really like the South Americana routes. I've got quite a bit of scenery and ORBX Global.

Would like to se a KMIA to PHNL to make our non-stop access R/T. A KATL-PHNL R/t would be nice too and probably cut an hour or two off the flight time from KMIA.

BTW, I've looked all over our site but can't find a SPA position on accelerated flight. I like to fly to many of those long haul destinations but really don't like spending 8 or 10 hours watching virtual miles fly by and don't trust our "on again off again" internet service in our little town.

Smitty

LOW & SLOW is the WAY to GO

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