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New Air Service to Hilton Head Island

Discussion in 'Marriott Vacation Club' started by JIMinNC, Jan 8, 2019.

  1. JIMinNC

    JIMinNC TUG Member

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    If you look at one of the 12 photos (the one of the boarding area for the current AAL flights) in Fasttr's Google Maps link above, you will see plenty of gate area seating on the other side of TSA. The ERJ-175 jets AAL now uses seat 76-80 passengers, depending on configuration. Not sure what equipment DAL and UAL will use, but would expect nothing bigger than that.
     
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    My Delta flight is an ERJ-170. 69 seats per Delta site.
     
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    Thanks. I didn't realize there were other photos on the link. That waiting area is definitely new from the last time I was there. I hope they add a food outlet.
     
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    We flew into HHH once about 2 1/2 years ago through a connection in Charlotte. It was the only time in the last 20 years that our luggage got lost (happened in Charlotte). The airport is a pleasure to go through and you can't beat the convenience. This will be a nice option for us from Newark once the service starts.
     
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    The worst thing about Charlotte baggage is when your destination is Charlotte (as it always is for us when we fly home). It can take 30 minutes or more after flight arrival for CLT bags to be delivered to AA baggage claim. I assume that is because AA deals with connecting bags first before CLT destination bags, and about 80% or so of the passengers passing through Charlotte are just connecting here.
     
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    I've always loved the convenience of landing on or taking off of Hilton Head instead of Savannah but it still requires a stop from/to Boston, so the non-stop BOS/SAV JetBlue route remains our first choice. Like Superchief says, though, it's very convenient to be able to pick up/drop off our guests right on the island.
     

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