Articles Tagged ‘Vancouver’

WestJet Encore launches with two Q400s, and Nanaimo and Fort St. John in British Columbia as new destinations

WestJet Encore launches with two Q400s, and Nanaimo and Fort St. John in British Columbia as new destinations

Canada’s WestJet has launched its regional, Q400-operating subsidiary, WestJet Encore. We reveal the rotation plans for the first two aircraft for their first few weeks of service and how the airline has created some operational flexibility.

Canada's busiest airports report 3.2% growth in Q2 2012

Canada’s busiest airports report 3.2% growth in Q2 2012

Canada’s major airports have reported lower growth in Q2 than in Q1 this year, but which airports still reported growth of over 5%? Which airports are doing best (and worst) in each market segment so far this year? And which African airline has launched flights to Toronto?

Canada's busiest airports report 5.4% growth in Q1 2012

Canada’s busiest airports report 5.4% growth in Q1 2012

Canada’s airports have seen traffic grow by a healthy 5% in the first three months of this year. But which are the fastest-growing airports, how much are the domestic, transborder and international markets growing at each of the top eight airports, and which airlines will be introducing new services at the biggest airports?


Wuhan celebrates anna.aero’s RotW award; Oslo Torp welcomes 10-millionth Ryanair passenger

Wuhan celebrates anna.aero’s RotW award; Oslo Torp welcomes 10-millionth Ryanair passenger

Which Chinese airport celebrates winning an anna.aero award? But which European airport has also had reasons to celebrate in the last week? And which Chinese carrier announced the first Canadian route from Chengdu?

Leading Canadian airports report traffic figures for 2011 H1; Montreal Trudeau and Toronto Pearson lead way

Leading Canadian airports report traffic figures for 2011 H1; Montreal Trudeau and Toronto Pearson lead way

Canada’s airports have mostly had an undramatic start to 2011 in terms of passenger growth. But looking at the domestic, transborder and international segments which of the country’s top eight airports have performed best (and worst) in each of these regional categories so far this year?

Canada's airports see international growth outstrip domestic routes; US routes and Air Canada still dominate

Canada’s airports see international growth outstrip domestic routes; US routes and Air Canada still dominate

How many airports in Canada offer international services? Where do Toronto’s two airports rank? Which country markets are the biggest? Which non-US destinations are served at least daily from Canada’s six busiest airports?


Passenger numbers stable in Canada in Q1; Ottawa only top 10 airport growing at more than 5%; Demand up at Air Canada and WestJet

Passenger numbers stable in Canada in Q1; Ottawa only top 10 airport growing at more than 5%; Demand up at Air Canada and WestJet

Air travel at Canada’s airports has shown little growth yet both Air Canada and WestJet have seen an increase in demand (RPMs). How can this be? How dominant are these two carriers at Canada’s top airports?

Canadian airports see 6% drop in demand in 2009; Air Canada will add six new Atlantic routes in 2010

Canadian airports see 6% drop in demand in 2009; Air Canada will add six new Atlantic routes in 2010

Which of Canada’s leading airports performed best and worst last year? Did any report growth in 2009? How quickly (or not) have Air Canada and WestJet been expanding?

Air Canada growing Atlantic services; now represent 25% of all capacity

Article Thumbnail: Airline AnalysisAir Canada and its partner Jazz operate over 330 aircraft, many on domestic routes. But what share of capacity is dedicated to the domestic market? Which regional market has shrunk the most in 2009 and how dominant are routes to London among transatlantic services?


Signs of recovery at Canada’s top 10 airports; 3 airports show year-on-year growth

Article Thumbnail: Market TrendsCanadian airport traffic data for August and September looks promising. But which airports are growing compared with last year and which airport is in desperate need of a major international event to take place in its catchment area?

Vancouver leads way as Canada’s major airports all report solid growth in 2008

Vancouver leads way as Canada’s major airports all report solid growth in 2008Canada’s major airports have had a good start to 2008. Vancouver has overtaken Edmonton as the fastest growing among the top 10 and even Toronto’s growth is double what it was in 2007. Even Ottawa, with its latest choice of eccentric marketing image, is booming.