Articles Tagged ‘CVG’
OneJet launches a twice-weekly weekday service between Pittsburgh and Cincinnati – already links Pittsburgh to Hartford, Indianapolis, Louisville and Milwaukee.
Not only did Denver win its first ever Arch of Triumph certificate for the FTWA produced for the arrival of Lufthansa’s new Munich service, but it secured North America’s first win of 2016 in the process. Find out whether the region will add to its tally this week, as seven airports battle for supremacy.
Frontier Airlines begins operations on seven US domestic services – includes its first routes from San Antonio.
We had an interior shot of one of the 15 FTWAs sent in to this week’s competition, which has all the arches from the last two weeks of route launches (because we were in Krakow last week). Find out which airport sent it and whether the all-important exterior shot was good enough to win.
Allegiant Air begins services to Baltimore/Washington from Cincinnati and Savannah – routes to four further destinations to commence in the next few weeks.
Frontier Airlines commences services on 35 US domestic routes – only three not currently served.
American Airlines commences operations on four US domestic city links – three connect to New York LaGuardia and all are in direct competition with Delta Air Lines.
US-Caribbean seats up by 2.5%; Delta Air Lines leads the way in terms of W15/16 capacity increases; Norwegian services starting soon
It has been three years since our data elves last looked at the US to Caribbean market so a review was overdue. Even over the last year four additional US airports have Caribbean connections, three new airlines have joined the market and scheduled service has been launched to a most significant new country market – […]
Cincinnati, Cleveland and Memphis continue to deal with USB3 capacity cull; numbers looking positive again after years of decline
For an airport, the pain of being de-hubbed is acute and numbing. We look at how three US airports – Cincinnati, Cleveland and Memphis ‒ are getting over falling out of love with their main airline partner and which carriers are now plucking their respective network growth heart strings.
Allegiant Air launches 12 domestic city pairs across the US, all operated by MD-80s.
Branson Air Express starts new routes from Branson, Cincinnati, New Orleans and Orlando Sanford airports in the USA using MD-83s and Jetstream 41s.
Allegiant Air commences six new domestic routes from Fort Lauderdale, Orlando Sanford, Punta Gorda, St. Pete-Clearwater, Savannah and Tulsa using its MD-80s.