As Eastern Airlines begins Miami to Asunción, which was Miami’s #1 unserved market in South America, we explore the airport’s remaining unserved opportunities.
London Heathrow remains the top long-haul route at New York JFK this winter, but there are big changes to the top-10 with five new routes entering.
Frontier will have 44 routes from Las Vegas in the last week of W20, with direct competition on 40. Multiple thinner routes will now have three airlines.
Savannah has grown very strongly and will have eight routes in W20 that weren’t operated in W19. Yet the airport remains woefully underserved by non-stops.
With Seattle times mirroring other North American routes, connectivity over Doha will be big. Traffic of 350,000 – excl. Alaska Airlines feed – targeted.
BA CityFlyer to begin some of flybe’s most profitable routes, while fares from Southampton are similar to London City yet with lower charges, RDC shows.
Ryanair reveals Treviso as its next base with 18 routes coming for 45 in S21. Treviso is the ULCC’s 28th largest airport and biggest remaining non-base.
As Ryanair launches its Beauvais base, we examine the carrier’s network and estimated financial performance at the airport.
With Cardiff becoming the fourth base for Wizz Air UK but with competition on all routes, we examine why it’s happening. There’s a clear opportunity.
Łódź is Poland’s third-largest city with almost the same population as Kraków. Yet it has significant leakage to Warsaw, which it is now actively tackling.
With nearly 3.3 million passengers last year, Tallinn is now very keen to get more Croatia and Greece routes given surging leisure demand.
Victoria has only 3% of Australia’s landmass but 23% of its GDP. With real pent-up demand, Melbourne is seeing 4.4 million flight searches each week.