Articles Tagged ‘jetBlue’
JetBlue connects NY Newark and San Juan in Puerto Rico, and Fort Lauderdale and Kingston in Jamaica.
Allegiant Air has a rival in Spirit Airlines as the fastest-growing US carrier. But which other carriers reported double-digit growth in Q1? How many airlines reported fuller aircraft in March? And which recently announced new route did anna.aero predict back in August 2010?
The folks at DFW were thrilled to win last week’s Route of the Week for their new Emirates route, but what milestone did easyJet and Cologne/Bonn Airport reach over in Europe? How did Rome’s two airports fare with the recent snowfall? And just how many cakes were baked to celebrate jetBlue’s 12th anniversary?
All the leading US carriers have now reported traffic data for December. Which airlines are still growing? How do the GUS4 carriers compare by geographic region? Which airlines saw the biggest change in its December load factor and how many airlines had fuller aircraft in December than in November?
JetBlue now flies to Palm Beach International Airport in Florida from Bradley International Airport in Hartford, Connecticut.
Delta/US Airways slot-swap pushes Delta close to Continental/United in terms of New York market share
Two major US carriers have managed to do a slot-swap between New York LaGuardia and Washington Reagan. We look at what this means for the LaGuardia market, and how this impacts the overall New York market. Which destinations have been added, and which have been lost?
JetBlue now flies from Hartford’s Bradley International Airport to San Juan in Puerto Rico.
jetBlue now flies to St. Thomas and St. Croix from San Juan and the former also from Boston Logan Airport.
Data for November shows few major changes at US airlines. US Airways was the only GUS4 airline to grow its RPMs versus a year ago, but how quickly are the likes of Alaska Airlines and Hawaiian Airlines growing? How do load factors compare with a year ago? And how do they compare with a month […]
JetBlue adds three more international routes from New York area plus one intra-Caribbean service.
When it comes to the low-cost carrier ‘rulebook’ it seems that there are basically two versions when it comes to network planning models. One for Europe and one for the rest of the world. We explain all in our unique analysis of the world’s leading low-cost airlines.
Hawaiian Airlines and Alaska Airlines report double-digit RPM growth in September; Delta grows 14% in Latin America
No great surprises among US airlines’ traffic data for September. But which carriers have seen a fall in RPM and which have seen a drop in their load factor? How do the remaining ‘Big 4′ compare across different geographic segments in September?