Articles Tagged ‘LAX’
Air New Zealand on course to break 13.5m passengers; Singapore Airlines tie-up will see Auckland-Singapore route re-instatement
Having just received the last tick in the box for its strategic partnership with fellow Star Alliance carrier Singapore Airlines, Air New Zealand will not only gain access to the mainline carrier’s network, but also its SilkAir subsidiary. Having also just received its first 787-9, the New Zealand flag carrier is seemingly on track for […]
anna.aero undertakes an in-depth analysis of exactly what are the top 12 routes flown by the world’s biggest low cost carrier — Southwest Airlines — from its biggest operational base in terms of weekly seats and destinations served — Chicago Midway.
London Gatwick and Brussels airports show-off Cake awards for Norwegian and Thomas Cook Airlines Belgium respectively
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Porto Santo Airport celebrates with cakes the arrivals of Iberia Express from Madrid and Santiago de Compostela, as well as Germania from Düsseldorf. Furthermore, the Portuguese airport also celebrates the 50th anniversary of its airport peer at Funchal.
We’ve been invited on a few first flights before, but we’ve never been asked to fly the thing! (Just kidding, Ross struggles to ride his tricycle, let alone fly a plane). anna.aero’s intrepid Ross Falconer reports from the dream flight to New York JFK on the Norwegian inaugural from London Gatwick.
Norwegian starts 787 operations from London Gatwick to New York JFK, Fort Lauderdale and Los Angeles. Links Madrid and Malta too.
After his press conference with Norwegian CEO Bjørn Kjos, celebrating three new US routes, anna.aero’s Ross Falconer grabbed some time with London Gatwick’s CEO Stewart Wingate to talk about where next for the LCC and maximizing single runway capacity.
anna.aero baked a cake for the launch of all three Norwegian’s 787 operations from London Gatwick to New York JFK, Fort Lauderdale and Los Angeles.
Californian air travel market now almost as big as Spain; Etihad Airways and Norwegian among 60 carriers serving the golden state
California’s airports handled over 180 million passengers in 2013, and it has two airports among the world’s top 25. We reveal which are the leading airlines in the state and which are the leading destinations from the state’s airports. Plus we reveal which carriers have entered (and left) the market.
Alaska Airlines commences six domestic routes, five being launched from Salt Lake City, UT, while the last one was inaugurated from Seattle-Tacoma, WA.
Alaska Airlines targets Delta’s Salt Lake City hub after Delta’s short-haul expansion in Seattle-Tacoma
Alaska Airlines is currently the second most profitable US airline (by operating margin) after Allegiant Air, but its key Seattle-Tacoma hub is coming under increasing pressure from Delta Air Lines which wants to use the airport as an Asian gateway. We take a closer look at how Alaska Airlines has responded to Delta’s advances.
Allegiant Air links Billings, Cedar Rapids, Great Falls, Kalispell, McAllen and Pasco with LAX.
Etihad Airways now connects Abu Dhabi with Zurich and Los Angeles.