Articles Tagged ‘United Airlines’
Norwegian takes transatlantic battle up a level with Belfast, Cork, Dublin, Edinburgh and Shannon launches
Easy as B-C-D-E and S, Norwegian announces 10 new routes and 38 weekly transatlantic flights from Belfast, Cork, Dublin, Edinburgh and Shannon to greater New York, Boston and New England areas. We take a look at the transatlantic landscape at all of the UK and Irish airports involved as the LCC enters the market this summer.
Over 50 new services added between Europe and US this summer; airberlin, Norwegian and WOW air adding most capacity versus S16
The Europe to US market will see capacity grow by 6% this summer thanks to the addition of over 50 new services. We reveal the leading players in the market and how quickly they are growing, plus which US airport will welcome back European flights for the first time since the 80s.
This week we reveal the 2017 leader board for the first time, one that still features not one airport from Europe, despite being six weeks into the annual competition. If your airport has won one of our weekly accolades already, see where you rank against other airport firefighters from around the world.
Nassau-Los Angeles is “Skyscanner Unserved Route of the Week” with 64,000 annual searches; American Airlines’ licence to print money?
Skyscanner’s Travel Insight software has discovered that in the last year over 64,000 potential travellers hunted on the leading flight comparison site for flights between Nassau and Los Angeles ‒ but the route is unserved!? Will it be American Airlines’ or Delta that provides travellers with a non-stop route from Bahamian bliss to La-La Land?
United Airlines begins daily flights between San Francisco and Tampa.
Ryanair, Turkish Airlines and American Airlines top S17 rankings for airline networks in comprehensive anna.aero analysis
We reveal the top 15 airlines this summer (S17 season) as measured by most routes operated, most country markets served and most airports served. Not surprisingly some airlines appear in all three categories, but can you guess which ones?
Barcelona Airport traffic grows 26% since 2012 with it now handling 40+ million passengers a year; next battleground for low-cost long-haul
Barcelona Airport last year welcomed over 44 million passengers through its two terminals, an increase of 11% when compared to 2015. With such spectacular growth, and Norwegian and IAG preparing to battle it out in the low-cost long-haul market from the hub, we take a closer look to see why this Spanish hot-spot is getting […]
Singapore Airlines converts its Singapore – Manchester – Houston Intercontinental route to an A350 operation
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Aruba celebrates the arrival of JetBlue Airways’ new connection from Fort Lauderdale while United Airlines toasts 25 years of serving Madrid. More news also from Cornwall Airport Newquay, Luxembourg, Sao Paulo Guarulhos and Manchester airports.
Airbus and Boeing end 2016 with record month; Airbus passes 100+ unit deliveries for a single month; Lufthansa welcomes its first A350
During December Boeing and Airbus distributed 178 aircraft, over 12% of both companies’ combined delivery total for 2016. This was the first time in recent history that both had delivered 170+ aircraft in a given month. December was also the first month that one of the manufactures past 100+ unit deliveries.
There are just some country pairs which our data elves notice lots of new routes as well as fresh capacity being added on existing ones, and one of those is South Korea to Japan – so we decided to investigate. We uncover the annual growth patterns, as well as the biggest airlines and routes in […]
Cincinnati’s growing non-Delta flights; Southwest’s coming in June to join Allegiant and Frontier in lowering fares; Delta still has 50% of seats
Serving Cincinnati (in Ohio) but located in Kentucky, Cincinnati Airport has had a challenging decade as Delta Air Lines dramatically cut back its presence. However, since 2013 things have been looking up as Allegiant Air and Frontier Airlines have developed mini-hubs and brought lower fares.
Southwest Airlines is Las Vegas’ #1 carrier with 41% of seats in S17; 2.3 million more passenger flown annually when compared to a decade ago
Southwest Airlines is the largest airline in Las Vegas, with the Nevadan city being the carrier’s third largest airport operation. In 2015, the airline flew 17.6 million passengers from Las Vegas, just under 16% more passengers than it flew from the city in 2006. We take a closer look at its traffic development, the airline’s […]