Articles Tagged ‘LAX’
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.
Norwegian starts four new routes from Oslo Gardermoen and Madrid to Los Angeles, CA, Oakland, CA, Orlando, FL and London Gatwick, using its 787-8s as well as 737-800s.
Fifth annual Euro ANNIEs (Part II). germanwings gains two Euro ANNIEs airline awards; surprisingly it’s a no-show from Ryanair
Not one award, but two. It’s all smiles in Cologne as germanwings’ network planning team grab two 2014 Euro ANNIEs. Norwegian and Air Lituanica join the celebrations.
Canada’s second largest carrier according to weekly seat capacity, WestJet has grown remarkably in recent years, serving over 300 non-stop routes in July 2014. As passenger numbers reached a new record high last year, anna.aero investigates the LCC’s network and busiest airports for this summer.
United Airlines launches six new domestic routes from Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago O’Hare, Houston Intercontinental and Denver.
Saudi Arabian Airlines adds one of the world’s longest 777 sectors with thrice-weekly services from Jeddah and Riyadh to Los Angeles.