Guangzhou’s domestic market has well and truly recovered, at least by capacity. The airport has 14 more domestic destinations YOY. We see what’s happening.
Canberra has eight new routes this summer. Hobart was Australia’s third-largest unserved domestic market in 2019; it’ll now have not one but two carriers.
Aruba makes access even easier as Southwest resumed service on 5 November while the Caribbean island becomes Jetblue’s first for entry testing.
Aer Lingus has seemingly applied for slots to begin Manchester – US; we see where could make sense given big capacity + network cuts after Thomas Cook’s end.
We examine connectivity on American’s new Appleton – Charlotte service and see the carrier’s share of traffic to these 53 destinations was just 12% in 2019.
19 of Jet2’s 29 summer routes will have direct competition when they begin, with the carrier’s entry at Bristol partly from Thomas Cook’s end.
Bogota has 41 domestic routes carved among six carriers, with Avianca and LATAM having three-quarters of domestic flights.
Moscow Domodedovo had more passengers in September than Norway and almost twice as many as Switzerland. We examine its network.
Melbourne is to have a larger international network than domestic. We look at what’s happening and key unserved US markets from the Florida airport.
As Key West gets ready to welcome new routes for a potential record 2021, we examine the airport’s network and key unserved markets.
After many years, Berlin Brandenburg officially opens tomorrow. It’ll shortly have 83 routes across 41 countries. We examine its network.
Zhukovsky is a “simple, inexpensive” airport; we chat with management about future routes – helped by not being a Moscow airport for bilaterals.