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The Science behind Flight NumbersWhat do you call a flight with eight legs? a. SpiderRouting b. OctoFlight c. Totally Confusing Technically, both “a” and “b” are correct—spiders have eight legs, and octopi have eight tentacles. But also correct answer, at least in this context, is “c,” totally confusing! I know many of you have wondered what Network Planning is thinking, stringing flight legs together with no apparent regard to geography. But we really do have a method to this apparent lapse in routing logic. It’s really… (www.blogsouthwest.com) More...
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