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Marc Cohn once sang about “Walking in Memphis”, but Delta Air Lines is choosing to walk away from the city, that was once Northwest’s third biggest hub. It will still serve almost 30 destinations and have 60% of the market, but AirTran Airways has started three new routes that will be taken over by Southwest in November.
“If airlines are looking for point-to-point access to the UAE, we are the best option by far,” says Ras Al Khaimah International Airport Commercial and Finance Director Mohammed Qazi. anna.aero takes a look at the UAE’s fourth busiest airport.
Salt Lake City Airport: Capacity +7.4% in August 2013; Delta Air Lines dominates, while Alaska Airlines moves in
Delta Air Lines benefits from Salt Lake City’s favourable location, generating more than three quarters of the airport’s traffic, but other airlines are keen to bite into the cake.
Tunis Airport continues its traffic rebuild as Turkish and Afriqiyah double capacity in the last year
Aviation is notoriously difficult to analyse and predict in the best of times, its study is clearly made worse during a global recession, and when the airport is the capital of country in a fledgling democracy still in the rebuild phase post-revolution, it becomes even more of a test. A review of activity at Tunis-Carthage International Airport is therefore the sort of challenge we love here at anna.aero.
Serving predominantly international traffic, Antalya Airport faces a considerable challenge in trying to spread the business throughout the year. Growing domestic demand is set to help the airport to do just that.
With nine new airlines starting operations at Yerevan in the last 12 months, the airport serving the Armenian capital, which opened a 3.5m capacity new terminal in 2011, is clearly bouncing back after the demise of its flag carrier Armavia. anna.aero looks at which airlines are growing and why it is better located than Dubai for global traffic.
Copa Airlines’ sleek hub operation in Panama City has become a textbook example for network planners. anna.aero examines how the airport compares with other aspiring hubs in the region.
Taipei Taoyuan Airport ready to break 30m annual passengers in 2013; new flights to Indonesia, Thailand and Malaysia spearhead growth
Once the home to the world’s tallest building, Taipei 101, the city is having to console itself with having a fast growing international airport instead, with Taipei Taoyuan International Airport delivering double digit passenger increases in two of the last three years. anna.aero finds out just how high it can go.
Newark Liberty Airport looks to break five-year growth flat-line; United’s new Anchorage service helps
New York Newark Liberty International Airport became Virgin America’s 20th destination back in April. Despite the carrier’s 42 weekly services, equally split between services from Los Angeles and San Francisco, the New Jersey airport is struggling to grow this year – anna.aero investigates the story behind the numbers.
St Petersburg’s 18% average growth 2009-12 puts pressure on infrastructure; new terminal to open this year
With double-digit growth over the last five years, St Petersburg Airport is bursting at the seams. A new terminal, due to open later this year, is the stepping stone for further growth, as anna.aero finds out from the airport’s operator – Fraport.
With Houston Hobby showing better performance than the city’s main airport, it is no surprise that Southwest Airlines is preparing to launching its first international services there within the next three years.
Algiers Airport attracts Air Malta, Emirates, Royal Jordanian and Vueling services as traffic grows 14% so far this year
Any airport that can attract new services from Emirates and Vueling in the space of a few months must have something going for it. So we take a closer look at Algiers Airport in North Africa, and reveal how traffic has been developing in recent years, and how dominant national carrier Air Algérie still is.