Articles Tagged ‘LAX’
Cuba set for US airline expansion; Havana – Miami #1 required service; Sunwing Airlines overtakes Cubana to become #1 carrier
On 16 February the US and Cuba signed a deal which restored commercial air traffic rights between the two countries for the first time in five decades, which will allow dozens of new daily flights between the two nations. anna.aero takes a closer look at which routes airlines have applied for between the US and […]
Philippine Airlines connects Cebu with Los Angeles with thrice-weekly flights
SAS begins a daily service between the Swedish capital’s Arlanda Airport and the Californian facility – a route that will be operated by a mixture of the carrier’s wide-body fleet.
Philadelphia is American Airlines’ sixth largest hub after the oneworld member’s merger with US Airways; Orlando #1 destination
Since the two carriers merged in October last year, American Airlines has become the largest carrier from Philadelphia, with the airline commanding 73% of monthly seats from the hub. anna.aero takes a look to see how the oneworld member’s original four routes from the airport have evolved since the merger, and what the combined operation […]
Alaska Airlines now #5 in US domestic market; 30 million passengers and 20 new routes in 2015; focus on California growth in 2016
Not an LCC, not a member of a global alliance, but now the fifth biggest carrier in the US domestic market, we look at Alaska Airlines’ biggest and fastest-growing airports in 2016 and the new routes launched since the start of 2015.
Interjet starts daily flights from Guadalajara to Los Angeles against five other carriers.
Delta Air Lines begins a weekly Saturday service between the two airports – will compete directly with Alaska Airlines.
The oneworld member launches a daily 787-8 service between Los Angeles and Tokyo Haneda to complement its existing Tokyo Narita service – All Nippon Airways and Delta Air Lines already serve both airport pairs.
Air China connects Shenzhen with Los Angeles as well as Hangzhou with Ibaraki in Japan.
Sydney Airport falls just shy of 40 million milestone in 2015; Qantas/Jetstar hold nearly half of weekly seats
Although Sydney Airport didn’t quite handle 40 million passengers in 2015, the route development Force is still strong with Australia’s biggest airport. anna.aero’s data elves take a peek at the biggest airport down under for the first time since 2009.
Hainan Airlines starts twice-weekly Changsha to Los Angeles service with 787s.
Qatar Airways links its Doha hub to Los Angeles – Boston and Atlanta still to come in 2016.