Latest Airline Route News
Qatar Airways began Doha to Seattle on 29 January and will increase from four-weekly to once-daily from June. This summer it’ll serve 13 North American destinations.
Air Canada began Montreal to Bogota on 16 January, joining Toronto. Montreal to Bogota had around 37,000 round-trip P2P passengers in 2019.
Air India launched Hyderabad to Chicago on 15 January, with Chicago neck-and-neck with San Francisco as Hyderabad’s most-demanded US airport.
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi launched operations on 15 January after its first route took off. There were more than 184,000 non-stop seats in the market in 2019.
Pacific Coastal launched Vancouver to Penticton on 11 January, the only carrier on the route at present – hence it beginning. Air Canada Jazz will resume it from 12 April.
Air India began San Francisco to Bangalore on 9 January, with the reverse direction taking off on 11 January. The P2P round-trip demand was 137,000 in 2019.
India’s Star Air began Tirupati to Kalaburagi on 11 January, with the 492-kilometre route operating four-weekly.
Copa resumed Tampa to Panama City on 8 January. In 2019, 78% of passengers connected over the Panama airport, with Colombia the top country market.
Eastern Airlines started Miami to Asunción on 3 January, with this market Miami’s largest unserved to South America in 2019.
SKY Airline began Santiago to Bogota on 2 January, becoming the fourth carrier in this market. This year, this market will have almost 912,000 seats.
Despite only starting on 19 December, United has extended Milwaukee to Tampa and Fort Myers until 12 April. Both are operated four-weekly.
FlyPelican launched Newcastle to Sunshine Coast on 4 January, which Sunny Coast celebrated in great style with this brilliant cake.