Articles Tagged ‘Alaska Airlines’
We now have full Q2 data for America’s biggest airlines. Which airlines are growing fastest? Which airlines are shrinking? And which carriers reported the biggest load factor improvement in June? And which carriers didn’t achieve an 85% load factor last month?
Alaska Airlines now flies from Seattle-Tacoma Airport to Philadelphia and from San Diego to Santa Rosa.
Alaska Airlines now flies from Portland to Bellingham, Bozeman and Santa Barbara, as well as from San Diego to Fresno and Monterey, and from San Jose to Reno.
Alaska Airlines now flies to Honolulu from both Oakland and San Jose in California, competing with Hawaiian Airlines.
Alaska Airlines launches services between Seattle-Tacoma, WA and Kansas City, MO, and Portland, OR and Long Beach, CA.
Seattle this week became the latest dot on Emirates’ global network but how long do non-stop flights to Dubai take? Which airlines grew fastest at the airport in 2011? On which routes do passengers have most choice and how do domestic air fares compare with the national average?
Alaska Airlines flies a new intra-Californian route between San Jose and Palm Springs
Data for November shows few major changes at US airlines. US Airways was the only GUS4 airline to grow its RPMs versus a year ago, but how quickly are the likes of Alaska Airlines and Hawaiian Airlines growing? How do load factors compare with a year ago? And how do they compare with a month […]
California’s third busiest airport is the world’s second busiest single runway airport. How have passenger numbers develop during the last 60 years, and what’s happening in 2011? Which are the leading airlines at the airport and what new services have been launched this year? How do average domestic fares compare with other US airports?
Alaska Airlines introduces daily flights between San Diego and Honolulu. Will compete directly with Hawaiian Airlines.
Hawaiian Airlines and Alaska Airlines report double-digit RPM growth in September; Delta grows 14% in Latin America
No great surprises among US airlines’ traffic data for September. But which carriers have seen a fall in RPM and which have seen a drop in their load factor? How do the remaining ‘Big 4’ compare across different geographic segments in September?
American, Delta and United traffic still below pre-recession levels; Allegiant reports 7% drop in May demand
Nine out of the 10 biggest US airlines reported load factor improvements in May compared with last year, but which ones have seen demand grow most rapidly? How does demand (RPKs) in May 2011 compare with May 2008 for America’s biggest airlines?