Articles Tagged ‘OKC’
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, along with agreement signings in China, we have stories from Bristol, London Stansted, Miami, Manchester, Mobile, Montgomery, San Antonio and Stockholm Skavsta airports.
Does anybody know what a boutique airline is? The four anna.aero judges certainly know what a boutique fire truck water arch looks like…and there are eight of them fighting it out this week for airport marketing glory!
ViaAir begins a six times weekly service between Austin and Oklahoma City.
Southwest Airlines closing in on 15 million passengers at Phoenix; 290,000 extra seats added in S18; LaGuardia first new route in two years
Southwest Airlines is the second largest carrier at Phoenix after American Airlines, with it transporting 34% of passengers from the airport in 2017. Despite not launching a new route for two years, the carrier has increased its annual passenger throughput by 800,000 since 2015. Jonathan Ford explores further.
Frontier Airlines adds 56 routes to its S18 programme – adds to the six routes already launched this year.
American Airlines adds six new domestic routes from five bases – two routes face no competition.
London Southend Airport wins W17/18 FTWA public vote Part I; pick your Arch of Triumph from the 15 entries in Part II
Having effectively mobilised their followers on Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, Pinterest and Snapchat, London Southend Airport won Part I of the Arch of Triumph W17/18 vote. There are another 15 FTWAs to choose from in Part II of this bi-annual competition this week.
Frontier Airlines begins eight new routes – includes a mix of domestic and international sectors.
Frontier Airlines traffic grew by 76% from Orlando in 2016, with Q1 2017 passenger count up 28%; home to 18% of the airline’s passengers
Orlando is Frontier Airlines’ second largest airport operation, with it welcoming 2.63 million passengers with the airline in 2016. This is particularly impressive given that in 2009 only 110,000 passengers used the ULCC from Orlando. We look behind the airline’s expansion from the Floridian gateway in recent years.
Allegiant Air adds six new markets to its route map, with four of them being unique city pairs.
Allegiant Air begins service on 11 US domestic city pairs none of which are already served.
Allegiant Air begins 11 new US domestic routes – nine of which originate from airports in Florida.