Articles Tagged ‘ORD’
American Airlines fastest growing carrier at Columbus; 41% of traffic in first half of 2016 flown by Southwest Airlines; Frontier Airlines returns
In 2015 Columbus’ John Glenn Airport welcomed 6.76 million passengers, up 6.7% when compared to the figure of 2014. However for the first six months of this year traffic is down 0.4%. We take a closer look at passenger volumes, and see how Columbus has coped as a result of North America’s airline mergers.
Vancouver-Boston is Skyscanner “Unserved Route of the Week” with 90,000 annual searches ‒ Air Canada more likely than WestJet?
Skyscanner’s Travel Insight software shows that in the last year 90,000 potential travellers searched for flights between Vancouver and Boston ‒ but the route is unserved! Having launched Chicago O’Hare in June, will this be Air Canada’s next new US route?
Volaris links Monterrey to Chicago O’Hare with twice-weekly flights.
American Airlines launches service on 21 domestic routes of which 10 connect to Los Angeles.
Air Canada launches daily services between Vancouver and the Australian city – also links Vancouver to Chicago O’Hare, while also inaugurating Montreal to Denver route.
Atlanta, Chicago O’Hare, Dallas/Fort Worth and Los Angeles are the four busiest US airports in 2015. We reveal the top 15 sources of transfer traffic at each of these airports. Only one involves non-US airports.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Turkish Airlines announces it will commence services to Košice in Slovakia while Flybe confirms it will begin flights between Leeds Bradford and Newquay. More news from Birmingham, Cork, Glasgow and Bergerac airports as well as Tigerair Australia.
Vienna’s triumphant fire crew celebrates last week’s win for the Air India inaugural – the Austrian capital’s first ever victory in the competition. 10 airports vie for honours in this week’s Arch of Triumph battle.
Frontier Airlines commences services on 35 US domestic routes – only three not currently served.
American Airlines commences operation on new routes from its Charlotte Douglas, Chicago O’Hare, New York LaGuardia and Washington Reagan hubs – five will face direct competition.
The busiest week for 2016 so far with 11 FTWAs entered; Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden poses with its winner’s certificate
In the week before the start of S16, the Arch of Triumph competition has its busiest seven days so far, with 11 entries. With participants from Australasia, Asia, North and South America, Caribbean as well as Europe, we are truly global this week.
Cuba set for US airline expansion; Havana – Miami #1 required service; Sunwing Airlines overtakes Cubana to become #1 carrier
On 16 February the US and Cuba signed a deal which restored commercial air traffic rights between the two countries for the first time in five decades, which will allow dozens of new daily flights between the two nations. anna.aero takes a closer look at which routes airlines have applied for between the US and […]