Articles Tagged ‘LAS’

Kansas City is commended by anna.aero with Cake of the Week victory

Kansas City is commended by anna.aero with Cake of the Week victory

In this week’s Network Planning Community News, a Kansas City celebration featuring Justin Meyer’s and the world’s brightest t-shirt, lots of airport SkyTrax award winners and Norwegian smashes a key transatlantic passenger milestone. 

Southwest Airlines launches seven routes from seven airports

Southwest Airlines launches seven routes from seven airports

Southwest Airline begins seven new routes – will face direct competition on four. 

Toronto Pearson sees 9.4 million more passengers a year than in 2012; handles 35% of Canadian traffic; Air Canada grows market share

Toronto Pearson sees 9.4 million more passengers a year than in 2012; handles 35% of Canadian traffic; Air Canada grows market share

Serving the most populous city in Canada, Toronto Pearson welcomed 44.3 million passengers in 2016, up 8.0% on the year before. Handling about 35% of all traffic in Canada, Pearson has seen demand increase year-on-year in recent times. We take a closer look at traffic and route developments from Canada’s largest airport. 


Not in Las Vegas for Routes Americas? What goes on in Vegas goes in our show daily magazines

Not in Las Vegas for Routes Americas? What goes on in Vegas goes in our show daily magazines

Who spoke at the Strategy Summit? Which casino was the Welcome Reception held in? Who won the Routes Americas 2017 Marketing Awards? To find out the answers to all these questions, as well as the latest network development news from the conference in Las Vegas, read our show daily magazines here.

Leak of the Week: Norwegian to start Singapore service from Oslo

Leak of the Week: Norwegian to start Singapore service from Oslo

It will be Singapore Slings all the way when Norwegian starts its planned service to the Asian city from Oslo. The Norwegian capital narrowly missed out to Stockholm Arlanda when Singapore Airlines announced it would begin flights to the Swedish capital instead later this year, but clearly it has come out fighting, working hard to convince […]

Southwest Airlines is Las Vegas' #1 carrier with 41% of seats in S17; 2.3 million more passenger flown annually when compared to a decade ago

Southwest Airlines is Las Vegas’ #1 carrier with 41% of seats in S17; 2.3 million more passenger flown annually when compared to a decade ago

Southwest Airlines is the largest airline in Las Vegas, with the Nevadan city being the carrier’s third largest airport operation. In 2015, the airline flew 17.6 million passengers from Las Vegas, just under 16% more passengers than it flew from the city in 2006. We take a closer look at its traffic development, the airline’s […]


30-Second Interview – Steven Small, Brand Director-elect, Routes

30-Second Interview – Steven Small, Brand Director-elect, Routes

New Routes boss Steven Small has big boots to fill, replacing Katie Bland as Brand Director, who left the route development events company earlier this year after three years in the post. Starting his new role on 1 February, anna.aero grabbed a quick chat with him while he was doing his Christmas shopping in Manchester.

Arch of Triumph double winners on display

Arch of Triumph double winners on display

This week we have not one, but two Arch of Triumph certificate celebrations from previous winners in Marseille and Sarasota – both first-time victors. Who will join the roll-call of 2016 winners as the year draws to a close – will it be an FTWA newbie or an old-hand of this four-year-old competition?

Hainan Airlines becomes first Chinese carrier to serve Vegas

Hainan Airlines becomes first Chinese carrier to serve Vegas

Hainan Airlines starts three times weekly flights to Las Vegas from Beijing.


Air Canada in its strongest position at Vancouver in ten years; mainline operation grows 18% in 12 months; Brisbane and Delhi now served

Air Canada in its strongest position at Vancouver in ten years; mainline operation grows 18% in 12 months; Brisbane and Delhi now served

During the past year, Air Canada’s annual seat capacity from its second largest airport operation has risen by 18%. We take a closer look at Air Canada’s expansion from the British Columbia airport during the past decade, and to see how its Jazz and Rouge operations have also played an important part in its growth.

Tenerife North celebrates its Fire Truck Water Arch Part I Public Vote victory; Find out here which airport wins Part II

Tenerife North celebrates its Fire Truck Water Arch Part I Public Vote victory; Find out here which airport wins Part II

With 52%, 35% more than the second placed airport, Marseille scooped Part II of the W15/16 Public Vote. It’s back to normal business this week, with anna.aero’s four judges handing out the scores on this week’s nine entries from around the world.

Iberia, Oslo Gardermoen, Manchester and Singapore all celebrate their industry-recognised anna.aero Route of the Week awards

Iberia, Oslo Gardermoen, Manchester and Singapore all celebrate their industry-recognised anna.aero Route of the Week awards

In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Lufthansa launches flights to Funchal from Frankfurt while Ryanair celebrates its newest route from Trieste. More news also from Bordeaux, Durban, Malta and Manchester airports as well as Alliance Airways.