Articles Tagged ‘DFW’
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Cancun Airport welcomes Southwest Airlines’ first service to the Mexican gateway with the traditional water arch salute.
Frontier Airlines makes Dallas/Fort Worth, TX its latest destination from Cleveland, OH with four weekly flights, using A320s. Competes against American Airlines and United Airlines.
Spirit Airlines begins services to Kansas City from Chicago O’Hare, Dallas/Fort Worth, Houston Intercontinental, Detroit and Las Vegas with daily flights, using A319s.
Spirit Airlines’ Airbus fleet to grow by over 20 aircraft in next 18 months; potential for many new services from US airports
Spirit Airlines has added domestic routes from 16 US airports in the last 12 months. With the fleet set to grow rapidly in the next 18 months we reveal the airline’s biggest bases and which handful of routes it has dropped.
Qatar Airways starts services to its seventh US destination from its Doha hub.
Included in this week’s bumper offering of 21 FTWAs are five from airports welcoming TAP Portugal, plus two, four tender FTWAs. It is also includes the first ever effort from one of the world’s most significant airports – London Heathrow – which might be an airport global leader, but how will it match up in […]
American Airlines links Dallas/Fort Worth to Shanghai Pudong and Hong Kong with daily flights, utilising its 777-200s and 777-300s respectively.
Romanian one-two, as the little airports dish out FTWA master class; London Southend shows off certificate
Last week’s winners, London Southend Airport, will be adding their ‘Arch of Triumph’ certificate to the station walls. Find out which airport will be looking to do the same thing next week.
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.