Articles Tagged ‘LAX’
Buffalo Niagara International gains US West Coast service; strong demand for UK & Ireland link; Canadians account for 36% of traffic
Last month anna.aero’s Assistant Editor Jonathan Ford caught up with Buffalo Airport’s Pascal Cohen, Senior Marketing Manager & Aviation Business Development. The airport has recently gained service to the US West Coast with JetBlue Airways’ Los Angeles launch, however Cohen tells Ford about how the airport is hopeful of developing a transatlantic connection.
WestJet adds domestic links from Calgary, Halifax, Toronto Pearson and Vancouver – also links Pearson to Los Angeles.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Allegiant Air announces it is to serve New York Newark from four destinations, while Cape Town wins big in the Routes Africa Marketing Awards. More news also from Pittsburgh, Cork, Katowice, Tbilisi and Bydgoszcz airports as well as Wizz Air.
Last week Budapest Airport had back-to-back meetings at the 138th IATA Slots Conference in Hamburg, now it has back-to-back victories in the Arch of Triumph competition. Unfortunately the airport has not entered this week to go for the hat-trick. However, 13 other airports have. With mid-season approaching, the world’s airports should now have a measure […]
American Airlines begins daily 787-8 service between Los Angeles and Auckland.
Despite having back-to-back meetings to discuss the next batch of route launches, the Budapest Airport Business Development team at the IATA Slot Conference in Hamburg had time to celebrate last week’s win. Find out which of this week’s 14 entries takes the prize home.
JetBlue Airways begins daily service between two cities – also adds Fort Laurderdale to San Diego route.
Virgin America becomes fifth carrier to serve city pair – will operate daily A320 service.
Delta Air Lines begins multiple daily CRJ 900 services between the Californian hub and Mile High city – becomes sixth airline on the airport pair.
XL Airways France starts fourth US routes from Paris CDG, this time to Los Angeles.
American Airlines launches service on 21 domestic routes of which 10 connect to Los Angeles.
Atlanta, Chicago O’Hare, Dallas/Fort Worth and Los Angeles are the four busiest US airports in 2015. We reveal the top 15 sources of transfer traffic at each of these airports. Only one involves non-US airports.