Articles Tagged ‘BWI’
13 airports do battle for Week 21 Arch of Triumph glory, with entries from Europe, plus North and South America. With an average score of 30.2 out of 40, it has certainly been a week of high-standard FTWAs. However, a past champion has clinched pole position for its sublime efforts in welcoming yet another transatlantic service. […]
Icelandair makes Kansas City and Baltimore/Washington its 15th and 16th US destinations.
The Icelandic air bridge between US and Europe; Copenhagen top airport from North America, but London leading city
The number of US citizens passing through Reykjavik/Keflavik over the past five years has increased by 381%, with Canadian travellers also showing a similar trend. Jonathan Ford looks at the development of passengers from North America, and informs on the top connections to Europe.
The summer keeps moving on and so does the number of water arches that we receive, with another 17 sent in this week. Another seven days like that and we will pass the 200-mark of FTWAs three weeks sooner than last year.
Airline adds US routes from Montreal, Toronto Pearson and Vancouver – all previous unserved sectors.
Spirit Airlines links Fort Lauderdale to Guayaquil – launches a further four routes.
Washington’s big three handling 10 million more passengers than in 2008; Southwest presides over capital; Atlanta leading destination
Washington Dulles, Washington Reagan and Baltimore/Washington airports are expected to handle over 73 million passengers in 2017, up 18% when compared to 10 years ago. Marc Watkins takes a closer look into the main airports serving the US capital, investigates the traffic split between the three, and reveals what Washington’s leading destinations are.
Southwest Airlines now handling over 17 million passengers from Baltimore/Washington; only 3.7% of traffic flies on non-US routes
Baltimore/Washington is Southwest Airlines’ second largest hub, and in 2016 the carrier handled over 17 million passengers from the US East Coast airport. anna.aero takes a closer look at how traffic has developed with the carrier in recent years, and analyses the performance of its international routes.
Spirit Airlines begins operations on 12 domestic and international routes – all face direct competition.
Allegiant Air adds six new markets to its route map, with four of them being unique city pairs.
Southwest Airlines begins 22 routes on 4 June – only seven sectors are unique.
For a seventh year running, airlines across the US have been celebrating their wins in the anna.aero US ANNIES. Take a closer look to see which airlines have been celebrating this week in Part I of the awards, with the airport winners to be revealed next week in Part II.