Articles Tagged ‘LGA’
Air Canada commands the show in the US – Canada market; seat capacity up 2.9% between the two nations
After recording a growth in seat capacity between the two country markets over the past 12 months of 8.0%, Air Canada remains the number one carrier, with fellow Canadian airline WestJet second. However, airlines based on the north side of the border are faring much better than their US counterparts. anna.aero takes a closer look […]
American Airlines commences operations on four US domestic city links – three connect to New York LaGuardia and all are in direct competition with Delta Air Lines.
American Airlines commences 12 new airport pairs just in time for 2016 – includes services to Sydney from Los Angeles.
American Airlines launches four new services, three of which are US domestic, and the other international – two face direct competition.
Southwest Airlines begins 23 new routes across its domestic and international network including its first ever services to Liberia in Costa Rica – 11 will face direct competition.
Pittsburgh Airport has welcomed four new carriers in 2015, including Allegiant Air, which operates to four destinations this summer. Along with the new additions, increases in seat capacity by Southwest Airlines and JetBlue Airways has helped annual capacity grow by 8.4% when compared to last year. anna.aero looks into the carriers that have expanded the […]
Spirit Airlines reports passenger growth of 23% in H1; network grows from 133 to 170 routes, but Cleveland is only new airport
Spirit Airlines is growing rapidly, and profitably. We reveal the US ULCC’s top 15 airports this summer and how quickly they are growing. Plus the airline’s #1 route and which new routes are still to start in 2015.
anna.aero undertakes an in-depth analysis of exactly what are the top 12 routes flown by the world’s biggest carrier – American Airlines – from its busiest operational base in terms of weekly seat capacity this May – Dallas/Fort Worth Airport.
Southwest Airlines introduces new routes from Dallas Love Field Airport and Kansas City Airport, using its 737-700s. Competes against Delta Air Lines on one link.
The 37th busiest airport in the US, New Orleans handled a new record high of 9.8 million passengers in 2014, growing by 6.2%. With a total of 10 airlines operating to 40 non-stop destinations, anna.aero takes a closer look at the airport’s recent activity and reveals how dominant Southwest Airlines is this February.
American Airlines connects New York LaGuardia to Atlanta with 26 weekly flights, using Envoy Air’s CRJ 700s. Competes against Delta Air Lines and Southwest Airlines.
Frontier Airlines links six US airports to three airports in Florida – Miami, Orlando and Tampa.