Articles Tagged ‘DTW’
JetBlue Airways adds thrice-daily weekly flights between Boston, MA and Detroit, MI, utilising its E190s and competing with Delta Air Lines.
The Indianapolis-based airline holding, Republic Airways, managed to increase its passenger numbers by 7% last year, operating a fleet of almost 250 aircraft across its three airlines, Shuttle America, Republic Airlines and Chautauqua Airlines. anna.aero investigates which are the top 12 airport pairs of the Republic Airways subsidiaries.
The 10th largest US carrier, according to Innovata schedule data, Frontier Airlines has operated for two decades, growing rapidly over the last 10 years and serving over 75 destinations in February 2014. As the carrier’s traffic grew by over 72% last year when compared to 2004, anna.aero investigates Frontier’s top 12 airport pairs and which […]
A total of 28 new routes were launched by Delta Air Lines from 14 US airports in two days, with an average frequency of just 2.4 flights per week.
Delta Air Lines churns 2% of its route network; Seattle-Tacoma Airport gains the most as Memphis endures cuts
The world’s biggest airline (based on passenger numbers) has axed over 40 routes in the last 12 months, and started over 50. We take a closer look at which airports have gained and lost the most services during this period. We reveal which airports are the nearest challengers to Atlanta’s crown as Delta Air Lines’ […]
Spirit Airlines launches flights from Houston Airport to Denver Airport and Detroit Metro Airport; adds services to San Jose Del Cabo in Mexico and Latrobe Airport from Dallas/Fort Worth Airport in Texas.
Frontier Airlines launched four weekly flights connecting Trenton, NJ and Detroit, MI.
AirTran connects Fort Myers, FL to Chicago Midway, IL, and seasonally to Detroit, MI.
Spirit Airlines launches four routes from Myrtle Beach, SC; starts flying from Detroit, MI, to Denver, CO.
anna.aero reveals from a top-level source at Emirates which destinations on the map will be added in 2013 in addition to the already announced new routes to Warsaw and Algiers.
With a catchment of over five million people, Detroit remains a vital cog in the network of the world’s largest airline – Delta Airlines – as its third largest hub after Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta and Minneapolis/St. Paul.
Southwest Airlines now flies five new routes from Atlanta, Chicago Midway, Las Vegas and Washington National.