Articles Tagged ‘DEN’
Last week airports across the US celebrated their wins in the sixth annual US ANNIES. Now it is the turn of the airlines. Take a closer look to see which carriers across the nation’s 50 states have won big this year.
Frontier Airlines begins operations on seven US domestic services – includes its first routes from San Antonio.
Lufthansa improves its Munich network with the addition of Corfu, Denver and Santorini services.
American Airlines, Delta Air Lines and United Airlines (the USB3) have dropped 25 international routes for this summer including Dubai
While Delta’s decision to terminate its Atlanta-Dubai service has received the greatest publicity, we have identified 24 other significant international routes the USB3 carriers have chosen to drop for this summer.
Over 4,500 votes were cast to determine who the world thinks performed the best FTWA to mark the start of S16 ‒ with Cluj-Napoca’s firefighters coming out on top. This means that the Romanian airport has won both competitions this week, clearly mobilising its local fans and followers to bring home the win.
Virgin America faces uncertain future following Alaska Airlines purchase; 60 aircraft give it just 1.1% of US domestic market this Spring
Virgin America serves 21 US and three Mexican destinations with 60 A320-series aircraft. We reveal how the airline has developed since 2007, which are its busiest airports and biggest routes, as well as destinations no longer served.
United Airlines begins daily services to Hartford and Richmond from its Colorado hub.
The busiest week for 2016 so far with 11 FTWAs entered; Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden poses with its winner’s certificate
In the week before the start of S16, the Arch of Triumph competition has its busiest seven days so far, with 11 entries. With participants from Australasia, Asia, North and South America, Caribbean as well as Europe, we are truly global this week.
Southwest Airlines now serving almost 100 airports; biggest growth this summer at Dallas Love Field and Denver
Of Southwest Airlines’ top 10 airports in 2006, eight are still in its top 10 in 2015. We reveal which two airports are new and which have dropped out as well as highlighting the airports with the biggest increases in Southwest services this summer.
Virgin America begins services between San Francisco and Denver using its A320 fleet – becomes fourth carrier to serve city pair.
Frontier Airlines has downsized in Denver but grown in Atlanta, Chicago, Las Vegas, Orlando and Philadelphia; new A321s joining fleet
Frontier Airlines has seen a dramatic shift in its network strategy under its new owners Indigo Partners. We reveal which airports have gained the most as a result of the de-Denverisation of the evolving ULCC.
Southwest Airlines begins 23 new routes across its domestic and international network including its first ever services to Liberia in Costa Rica – 11 will face direct competition.