Articles Tagged ‘DFW’
American Airlines adds 11 new routes from Dallas/Fort Worth, TX and New York La Guardia, NY, using A319s, ERJ 145s and CRJ 700s.
Airline CEOs like awards. But there are only some that they love and are happy to be ‘seen’ receiving. Oh, look, here’s Norwegian’s CEO Bjørn Kjos with his latest award – the U$ ANNIES ‘Biggest New Airline in the US Market’. Clearly he must love reading anna.aero (or looking at the great pictures like this). […]
Florida’s second busiest airport after Miami, Orlando has managed to achieve a new international passenger record in 2013. anna.aero takes a closer look at the airport’s recent activity and reveals how dominant Southwest Airlines has become after integrating AirTran Airways’ operations.
Honduras’ third largest airport according to Innovata schedule data, Roatan grows by 53% over 10 years, becoming increasingly attractive for network planning community. With the other three primary airports having not recovered since 2009, we reveal how the Honduran market has changed over time.
American Airlines commences multiple routes from Miami, FL; Los Angeles, CA; New York LaGuardia, NY; and Dallas/Fort Worth, TX.
anna.aero went to the 133rd IATA Slots Conference in Dallas/Fort Worth last week to produce two issues of our popular show dailies. Both are packed with the latest route planning news and gossip, and now fully available online
Texas airports on track to handle over 150m passengers in 2013; over 40 new routes launched so far this year
With anna.aero being live in Texas next week at the IATA Slots Conference in Fort Worth we thought we would take a look at this US economic powerhouse state whose airports handle the same number of passengers as all of Italy and which are on track to pass 150 million passengers in 2013. Some 20 […]
Spirit Airlines inaugurates services from Dallas/Fort Worth, TX, to Phoenix, AZ.
Alaska Airlines adds domestic flights from Portland Airport, Oregon to Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas.
Typically “lumped-in” with its major big brother, American Eagle, the overarching brand currently used by five regional airline capacity providers, including American Eagle Airlines, flies nearly 50% of all flights using one of the world’s most recognisable airline codes – AA.
Qatar Airways and AdR jointly celebrate the airline’s 10th anniversary at the airport; anna.aero also has cakes from last week’s celebrations in Dallas/Fort Worth, Helsinki and Malaga airports.
American Airlines inaugurates new routes from Chicago O’Hare, Dallas/Fort Worth, Los Angeles, and Miami, as well as from New York JFK to Dublin Airport.