Articles Tagged ‘LAS’
Alaska Airlines adds new seasonal service from Las Vegas to Mammoth Lakes with twice-weekly flights, using Horizon Air’s Q400s.
The integration with Southwest Airlines is complete. AirTran Airways is confined to the history books. We reveal how the combined airlines’ biggest airports have changed in the last five years and list the 19 airports that have lost out in the merger, plus the eight new airports served.
Virgin America takes on JetBlue on Boston-Las Vegas with four weekly departures, using its A320s until the end of April.
The first week of the 2015 ‘Arch of Triumph’ competition sees 12 entries from around the world, including two airports sending us two FTWAs each. The last weekly winners of 2014 – the firefighters from Fuerteventura – get the Airport Director to share in their glory.
Volaris adds Vegas from Cancun and Reno from Guadalajara, both operating twice-weekly.
JetBlue Airways now connects Washington Reagan, VA to Fort Myers, FL, Jacksonville, FL and Palm Beach, FL, as well as San Francisco, CA to Las Vegas, NV, using its E190s and A320s. Competes against US Airways, Southwest Airlines, American Airlines, United Airlines and Virgin America.
Founded on 30 January 1929 as Inter-Island Airways to provide short sightseeing flights over O’ahu, Hawaiian Airlines has grown rapidly beyond these borders, offering flights to a total of 28 destinations this December. As the airline has recently added its second route to San Francisco, anna.aero looks at Hawaiian Airlines’ top markets by weekly capacity.
Southwest Airlines replaces AirTran Airways’ services on 12 airport pairs and adds eight new routes from Dallas Love Field, TX.
JetBlue Airways now connects Boston to Liberia, Puerto Plata and St. Lucia, as well as Fort Lauderdale to Cartagena, Jacksonville, FL, Pittsburgh, PA and Las Vegas, NA, using its E190s and A320s.
Following the lifting of Wright Amendment flight restrictions, Southwest Airlines commences seven new services from Dallas Love Field, TX. In addition, the LCC adds two new Mexican routes from Denver, CO.
Dallas Love Field: 4.2% growth in 2014; Southwest Airlines and Virgin America make Love with eight new destinations
Following the lifting of Wright Amendment restrictions, Dallas Love Field Airport has seen the addition of eight new destinations from the likes of Southwest Airlines and Virgin America. With a total of 27 destinations being served from the airport this October, anna.aero investigates Love Field’s recent activity and reveals how dominant Southwest is.
Frontier Airlines continues to expand at Washington Dulles, VA with four new links and commences another service from Cleveland, OH to Las Vegas, NV. Competes against Southwest Airlines and United Airlines.