Articles Tagged ‘US Airways’
US Airways now flies daily from Washington Reagan Airport to Jackson-Evers International Airport.
A year of hallmarks for Boeing, but Airbus still wins the delivery race; both celebrate ‘7000’ milestones
Airbus has out-delivered Boeing every year since 2003 and the trend continued in 2011. But what’s the new monthly best for A380 production? Which airline received the 7000th 737 ever built? And why could Airbus have taken most of December off?
Delta/US Airways slot-swap pushes Delta close to Continental/United in terms of New York market share
Two major US carriers have managed to do a slot-swap between New York LaGuardia and Washington Reagan. We look at what this means for the LaGuardia market, and how this impacts the overall New York market. Which destinations have been added, and which have been lost?
Data for November shows few major changes at US airlines. US Airways was the only GUS4 airline to grow its RPMs versus a year ago, but how quickly are the likes of Alaska Airlines and Hawaiian Airlines growing? How do load factors compare with a year ago? And how do they compare with a month […]
Despite a sluggish economy the biggest US airlines are making money thanks to commendable and previously unheard of capacity restraint. But which smaller, niche carriers reported demand growth in October? How did load factors compare with last year? How did load factors compare with last month?
US international growth (+3.5) outperforms domestic growth (+2.1%) so far in 2011; Korean Air ups capacity 26%
The US international market is growing faster than the domestic market, but which are the leading country markets and how much have they grown during the last year? Which are the leading airlines in this market and how many have cut international capacity compared with last year?
Leaving Las Vegas: US Airways drops non hub-serving routes; goes from 68 services in 2007 to just four
America West was once the leading airline in Las Vegas. Once merged with US Airways traffic grew further for a couple of years. But how have the number of destinations served (and passengers carried) evolved since 1997? What competition does it face on the latest batch of routes that it plans to close?
International markets outperform domestic at biggest US airlines; Atlantic benefits from poor 2010 and…new routes!
With data available for the first half of 2011 we take a closer look at the network trends at the biggest US airlines. We also reveal how quickly the biggest airlines are growing (or not) in terms of RPMs. Which airline is the biggest? Which are shrinking and which are growing fastest?
Phoenix airport just hanging on to top 10 ranking; expanding Southwest and US Airways share 80% of flights
Arizona’s busiest airport has only seen annual traffic decline five times in 60 years. But 2010 was only its sixth busiest ever year despite Southwest starting several new routes. How have average air fares changed during the last decade and how does Phoenix compare with other ‘top 10’ airports?
American, Delta and United traffic still below pre-recession levels; Allegiant reports 7% drop in May demand
Nine out of the 10 biggest US airlines reported load factor improvements in May compared with last year, but which ones have seen demand grow most rapidly? How does demand (RPKs) in May 2011 compare with May 2008 for America’s biggest airlines?
It has been a very busy week with an entire 86 new routes launched. We have all the analysis – and the cakes – of routes ranging from Emirates’ 26th destination in Europe to LOT Polish Airlines’ fourth Ukrainian route. But which European airline launched routes to both Asia and South America? And which US […]
The last week’s 41 new routes range from a US intra-state service of 360 kilometres to a major 13,800-kilometre intercontinental service. But which new low-cost airline launched operations in the last week? And which network carrier added two new transatlantic routes?