Articles Tagged ‘LAS’
Thomas Cook Airlines begins flights between Manchester and New York JFK and Miami, as well as Glasgow to Las Vegas.
Europe’s airports win again in the second of the two public votes marking the start of S15 season – with Athens (joining Amsterdam who won in Part I) taking its first ever ‘Arch of Triumph’ title. Back to normal business this week, as anna.aero judges return from their two-week vacation.
Allegiant Air loves Florida; sets passenger record in March as Indianapolis, New Orleans and Pittsburgh are added to network
We know Allegiant Air doesn’t like being written about. But sorry guys, you’re just too interesting (and profitable) to ignore. We examine the airline’s monthly (and daily) operations, leading airports and new airports for 2015.
Allegiant Air now links Indianapolis to Fort Lauderdale and Tulsa to Las Vegas with twice-weekly and thrice-weekly flights, using its MD-80s.
Southwest Airlines recently celebrated its birthday of providing its low fares by that new-fangled thing called the internet (well it was 20 years ago). In the last 10 years it has carried over 1.1 billion passengers, add this year’s expected passengers and you have a number close to India’s population (1.25 billion). We go under […]
Allegiant Air now links Las Vegas to Indianapolis and St. Pete-Clearwater to Hagerstown with thrice-weekly and twice-weekly flights respectively.
Spirit Airlines now links Cleveland to Dallas/Fort Worth, Fort Lauderdale and Las Vegas with daily flights, using its A319s. Competes against American Airlines, United Airlines and Frontier Airlines.
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.