Articles Tagged ‘CVG’
Allegiant Air begin 19 US domestic routes – five to face direct competition.
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.
Its been a long time coming – since the second week of this year’s competition to be exact – but finally the Middle East has claimed its second victory of 2017. Find out which of the region’s airports has fought off entries from Australasia, Europe, North and South America to claim this week’s title.
Frontier Airlines’ route droppings revealed; 23 airport pairs no longer served with O’Hare and Atlanta seeing biggest changes
We love to see airlines celebrate route launches, but route droppings are also a fact of life, though less publicised. In a week that has seen US ULCC Frontier Airlines launch a significant 30 routes, we got our data elves to rummage through its schedule data to see what routes the airline has said goodbye […]
Frontier Airlines starts seven routes from focus city Miami along with another 23 launches across the US.
Kansas City is now the largest unserved market in the US from Europe; over 40 airports in the US to have direct flights in S18
With WOW air announcing Cleveland and St. Louis, while British Airways has confirmed it will begin flights to Nashville and Delta Air Lines to link Indianapolis with Paris CDG, Kansas City has now become the largest unserved US destination from Europe. We look to see what are the other top unserved markets, and what demand […]
Denmark’s Copenhagen Airport is renowned for its slick B2B aviation marketing…yet it has taken until the fourth year of the Arch of Triumph competition to claim its first-ever win. A further 12 airports also sent us their offerings this week.
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.
Ryanair announces connecting flights and that it will sell Air Europa long-haul flights as part of its ‘Always Getting Better’ programme
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Miami Airport hosts Japan Airlines as it advances its efforts to increase non-stop connectivity to Asia, while Frontier Airlines celebrates two million passengers from Cincinnati. More news also from Kirkwall Airport and Routes as it announces a new partnership for this year’s World Routes in Barcelona.
Frontier Airlines links both Ohio airports to the Californian city – Cleveland also gains Houston link.
Frontier Airlines adds to its Austin, Chicago O’Hare, Cincinnati and Cleveland networks.