Articles Tagged ‘United’
United Airlines begins new service between New York Newark in the USA and Newcastle in the UK.
With Houston Hobby showing better performance than the city’s main airport, it is no surprise that Southwest Airlines is preparing to launching its first international services there within the next three years.
United Airlines resumes flights on the route from San Francisco, CA, to Paris CDG.
Emirates has been given approval to fly from Milan Malpensa to New York JFK, extending one of its three daily services to the US. anna.aero investigates the impact the MEB3 will have in this market.
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.
The latest addition to JetBlue’s network, Charleston International Airport closed 2012 with 3% growth. As new low-cost services increase competition, anna.aero looks at other sources of a 24% capacity hike in S’13.
United launches weekly service from Chicago O’Hare, IL to Nassau in the Bahamas.
Sweet success: New routes will drive expected 8% growth this year.
The country of one airport, El Salvador saw it’s traffic grow steadily largely owing to TACA’s hub. But as the country exploits the open skies framework, is there a chance for better long-haul connectivity?
United starts flying from Washington Dulles, VA, to San Salvador; adds flights from Chicago O’Hare, IL, to Monterrey, and from Los Angeles, CA, to Kelowna; launches three domestic routes operated by United Express.
Fancy a vacation somewhere warm, with clear seas and clear skies? anna.aero’s guide on how to get from the US to the Caribbean this winter.
This week, we report from Warwick Castle in the UK where Birmingham Airport threw a party to celebrate 15 years of Newark services from United. But which celebrity chef entertained the guests?