Articles Tagged ‘Alaska Airlines’
Revealed: which US airlines flexed their flight programme most over Thanksgiving; Allegiant Air and Delta Air Lines top our charts
Airline schedulers are getting smarter, especially in the US, when it comes to matching supply and demand. We analyse how the 13 biggest US airlines responded to Thanksgiving this year in terms of network adjustments.
Alaska Airlines introduces four weekly flights from Portland, OR to San Jose del Cabo, using its 737-900s.
Alaska Airlines now connects Portland to Puerto Vallarta and Seattle-Tacoma to Cancun with four weekly and daily flights respectively.
Last year Mineta San José International Airport attracted a service to Tokyo Narita with All Nippon Airways. As the Californian airport stands poised to smash through the nine million passenger mark in 2014, anna.aero takes a peek at which airlines, including ANA, and the city pairs that are delivering this spike in activity.
Serving the Greater Los Angeles Area, Burbank Bob Hope Airport reported over 3.8 million passengers last year. With a total of seven airlines flying to 13 non-stop destinations, anna.aero takes a closer look at the airport’s recent activity, reveals its seasonality profile and how dominant is Southwest Airlines this October.
Alaska Airlines expands its domestic network with the addition of daily flights from Seattle-Tacoma, WA to Albuquerque, NM, using a mixed fleet of its 737-700s, 737-800s and 737-900s.
Also in this week’s issue of Network Planning Community News, Tigerair Australia clocks-up a significant passenger milestone in less than seven years, while Thai AirAsia puts on a glamourous display for a new route announcement to Guangzhou.
Alaska Airlines launches two new routes from Seattle-Tacoma, WA to Baltimore/Washington, MD and to Detroit, MI with daily flights, using 737-800s and 737-900s respectively.
US domestic market barely growing as airlines make huge profits; international capacity up almost 10% this summer
As the US airline industry continues to make healthy profits, domestic capacity growth is still negligible overall. However, we reveal which of the leading domestic airlines is growing fastest. The international market is showing more signs of life and again we look to see how the leading carriers compare.
Airbus delivers more units than Boeing for the first time in 2014; Asiana Airlines receives first A380
Airbus managed to deliver 55 airframes in May, more units than its American counterpart for the first time this year. Nevertheless, the European manufacturer will have to add some power if it wants to catch up with Boeing, which is still leading the 2014 delivery race by 23 units.
Alaska Airlines adds daily flights from Salt Lake City, UT to San Francisco, CA and from Seattle-Tacoma, WA to Tampa, FL. Competes with United Airlines and Delta Air Lines on the San Francisco service.
Alaska Airlines commences six domestic routes, five being launched from Salt Lake City, UT, while the last one was inaugurated from Seattle-Tacoma, WA.