Articles Tagged ‘LAX’
Leak of the Week – EVA Air eyes-up Milan and Barcelona; Washington and Chicago also mooted; Delhi and Cebu to get connections too
After splashing the cash ($8bn) on 26 new wide-body aircraft in Seattle recently, EVA Air now has to find somewhere to fly them. New network points in Europe, US and India are expected to be announced soon – but anna.aero is giving you the heads-up first.
US-Caribbean seats up by 2.5%; Delta Air Lines leads the way in terms of W15/16 capacity increases; Norwegian services starting soon
It has been three years since our data elves last looked at the US to Caribbean market so a review was overdue. Even over the last year four additional US airports have Caribbean connections, three new airlines have joined the market and scheduled service has been launched to a most significant new country market – […]
Orange County’s domestic market makes up 96% of the airport’s overall seat capacity; Phoenix remains #1 route
Orange County this winter will be connected to 26 destinations, of which only four are international. So far in 2015, passenger traffic to the Californian airport is up 6.7%, with the facility expecting to reach the 10 million milestone if this trend continues. As the domestic market is so significant to the airport, anna.aero looks […]
Spirit Airlines starts intra-Californian route along with linking two party cities – New Orleans and Las Vegas.
American Airlines launches four new services, three of which are US domestic, and the other international – two face direct competition.
Alaska Airlines begins services on four new US domestic services which will all operate daily – only one route will compete against direct competition.
Over 2,000 votes cast in W15/16 Cake of the Week competition Part I; Vote for the best Cake of the Week – 13 tasty treats from W15/16 Part II
With over 30% of the votes, Ohio’s Akron/Canton Airport saw off the challenge from 18 other global airports, many of which are much bigger than it, to claim the Cake of the Week W15/16 Public Vote Part I. 13 more airports do battle this week to secure the Part II title.
Alaska Airlines starts its first flights into Costa Rica, with four times weekly services from Los Angeles to Liberia and San José.
Frontier Airlines begins services from Las Vegas, Orlando and Philadelphia to destinations across the US and Jamaica.
Over the past five years, Air Canada has only reported seven months in which capacity declined when compared to the same month of the previous year. Over the past 12 months however, Air Canada has grown its largest hub by 6.6% in relation to seat capacity. anna.aero investigates how the airline’s most popular routes have […]
Alaska Airlines introduces a new daily service connecting the east and west coast airports which are already served by three carriers.
The Star Alliance member makes Hong Kong its latest long-haul route from Stockholm Arlanda – a sector that will operate five times weekly.