Articles Tagged ‘DEN’
Sandwiched between Routes Europe (in Krakow) and the IATA Slots Conference (in Hamburg next week) there is a North American air service development event ‒ ACI-NA JumpStart, hosted by Denver Airport. Catch-up here with anna.aero’s Show Daily magazine, printed for conference delegates.
Delta Air Lines begins multiple daily CRJ 900 services between the Californian hub and Mile High city – becomes sixth airline on the airport pair.
First time winner Inverness and second time winner and 2016 competition leaders Lisbon pose in front of some serious fire tender kit with their recent award wins. Find out which one of the 14 airports competing this week will be able to do the same this time next week.
Frontier Airlines begins service on five US domestic routes – all five will face direct competition.
Air Canada launches daily services between Vancouver and the Australian city – also links Vancouver to Chicago O’Hare, while also inaugurating Montreal to Denver route.
Denver-Paris is Skyscanner “Unserved Route of the Week” with 90,000 annual searches; Air France’s next US destination??
Skyscanner’s Travel Insight software shows that an annual 90,000 potential travellers are searching for non-stop flights between Denver and Paris ‒ but the route is unserved. Will Denver become Air France’s next US route after it re-launches Orly-JFK services next month?
With one-to-one mega-hub providers like American Airlines, Delta Air Lines and United Airlines in the same room as LCCs including Allegiant Air, Southwest Airlines and Spirit Airlines, ACI-NA’s JumpStart® Conference will undoubtedly deliver air service development opportunities. anna.aero recently grabbed a moment with ACI-NA’s President and CEO Kevin Burke to discuss next month’s event in Denver.
At the 26th attempt this year, a North American airport has secured its first win of 2016 in the Arch of Triumph competition. Find out the scores of the other nine airports which were soundly beaten this week.
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.