Articles Tagged ‘ORD’
Ryanair’s passenger milestone at Oslo Rygge; Barcelona and Topeka Airports’ Cake awards; Expert commercial negotiator becomes BUD’s new route supremo; London Stansted Airport’s first anniversary under new ownership
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Barcelona and Topeka airports show-off Cake certificates and Ryanair celebrates six million passengers at Oslo Rygge. We also have news from London Stansted Airport’s first anniversary under new ownership and Budapest Airport’s new appointment.
The Indianapolis-based airline holding, Republic Airways, managed to increase its passenger numbers by 7% last year, operating a fleet of almost 250 aircraft across its three airlines, Shuttle America, Republic Airlines and Chautauqua Airlines. anna.aero investigates which are the top 12 airport pairs of the Republic Airways subsidiaries.
United Airlines starts domestic link from Chicago O’Hare to Elmira using ExpressJet Airlines’ ERJ 145s.
United Airlines now starts domestic flights from San Francisco, CA to Indianapolis, IN with daily flights; and from Chicago O’Hare, IL to State College, PA and Topeka, KS with twice-daily services.
Volaris launches daily flights from Mexico City to Chicago O’Hare in competition with Aeromexico, American Airlines and United Airlines.
Aeromexico introduces weekly flights from Puerto Vallarta to Chicago O’Hare competing with three US carriers
JetBlue Airways introduces daily services form Fort Lauderdale, FL in USA to Lima in Peru; and from San Juan in Puerto Rica to Chicago O’Hare, IL in USA.
Spirit Airlines starts four routes from Minneapolis-St. Paul; moves two routes to Phoenix from Phoenix-Mesa.
Avianca makes Chicago O’Hare its ninth US airport from San Salvador, using A319s four times weekly.
Hainan Airlines starts flights from Beijing International Capital Airport to Chicago O’Hare Airport against American Airlines and United Airlines.
United Airlines commences flights between Chicago O’Hare Airport and Saskatoon Airport, as well as Washington Dulles Airport to Québec City Airport.
Typically “lumped-in” with its major big brother, American Eagle, the overarching brand currently used by five regional airline capacity providers, including American Eagle Airlines, flies nearly 50% of all flights using one of the world’s most recognisable airline codes – AA.