Routes Reconnected: San Antonio announced as host of Routes Americas 2022
San Antonio has today been announced as the host of Routes Americas 2022.
Steven Small, Director of Routes, said: “San Antonio International Airport is a major contributor to the economic success of San Antonio and the entire South Texas region, supporting over 97,500 regional jobs and providing nearly $1.6 billion in annual earnings for workers and proprietors in 2019.
“By hosting Routes Americas 2022, San Antonio will be at the centre of conversations that will rebuild air connectivity across the region.”
Over the past two years, more than 800 new air services across the Americas have been connected to meetings that took place at Routes.
anna.aero will be in full attendance at Routes Americas 2022 producing magazines packed with news, exclusive analysis, and coverage from the days’ events. Just like we did in Indianapolis this February, with our jam-packed Show Dailies from the event available here.
San Antonio had over 12 million seats in 2019
San Antonio had over 12.6 million non-stop two-way seats in 2019, OAG data shows. Over 2.1 million were added since 2015 for a CAGR of 3.8%. American and Frontier (which started there in 2016) grew especially quickly in this period.
Come 2019, the airport had 12 scheduled passenger airlines, with Southwest top with a 40% share of capacity.
San Antonio’s top routes that year were Dallas DFW, Atlanta, Dallas DAL, Houston IAH, Denver, Phoenix, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, and Houston HOU.