Articles Tagged ‘Skywest Airlines’
36 airports and 10 airlines attend Volaire Aviation Consulting’s first-ever Air Service Development Forum – hosted by Tri Cities Airport
The first-ever Volaire Aviation Consulting Air Service Development Forum took place in Pasco, Washington recently, hosted by Tri Cities Airport. A total 89 delegates from 36 airports and 10 airlines took part in the two-day event, with nearly 200 one-to-one meetings taking place during the conference.
SkyWest Airlines is present at over 230 airports flying for United Airlines, Delta Air Lines, American Airlines and Alaska Airlines
SkyWest Airlines in 2016 carried over 31 million passengers, up 3.7% when compared to 2015. The airline serves as a feeder carrier, operating under contract with various US airlines. We take a closer look at how SkyWest has evolved in recent years, and look further into its extensive network of over 230 airports.
United Airlines grows by 2.7% at Houston Intercontinental Airport in 2014; 175 destinations served this March
anna.aero undertakes an in-depth analysis of exactly what are the top 12 routes flown by America’s third biggest carrier (United Airlines) from its busiest operational base in terms of weekly capacity this March, Houston Intercontinental Airport.
Established in 1965 to provide services between Appleton and Chicago, Air Wisconsin has grown rapidly beyond those cities, offering services to a total of 67 destinations this October. As the airline’s traffic began to stabilise in recent years, anna.aero takes a closer look at Air Wisconsin’s recent activity and its top 12 busiest airports by […]
Aer Lingus raced down Budapest Airport’s runway to take the title of “Fastest Airline in the World” beating other airlines, airports, and aviation enterprises from all over the world in the air transport industry’s annual charity race, “bud:runway run” organised by Budapest Airport, Nike, Wizz Air, and anna.aero.
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.
SkyWest Airlines continues to defy the crisis; grows by 5% in 2012; starts partnership with American Airlines
Over the last four decades, SkyWest Airlines seems to have built an agile business model flying regional routes for major carriers. New business opportunities from restructuring partners, continue to drive the business forward.
A busy 10 days to look back on with almost 50 new routes launched. Countries benefiting from new services include Australia, Austria, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, China, Denmark, Finnland, Germany, Greece, India, Iraq, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Morocco, Netherlands, Romania, Rwanda, Serbia, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, the UAE, the UK and the US.