Articles Tagged ‘Air Transat’
Not only did Hong Kong Airport win the last Arch of Triumph weekly battle, but its score of 36.7 saw it swoop into joint second place overall with Portland in the 2015 competition. Meanwhile, 27 (yes that’s 27) airports from across the world are aiming to topple Hong Kong from that spot this week.
Air Transat now links the Hungarian capital to Toronto Pearson and Montreal, becoming the airport’s fourth wide-body carrier.
Air Transat adds new weekly flights from St. John’s to Puerto Plata, using its A310s.
Air Transat expands Mexican offering with San Jose del Cabo from Toronto Pearson, flying weekly using its 737-800s.
Air Transat starts winter sun routes to Mexico and Dominican Republic from Quebec City, Hamilton, Rouyn, Thunder Bay and London in Canada.
Air Transat joins Air Canada and WestJet in linking Montreal to Las Vegas, NV with twice-weekly flights until 16 November.
Air Transat begins weekly operations from Toronto Pearson to Prague via Montreal, using its A330-300s.
Budapest’s S14 capacity growth; Hamilton and Tampa show-off certificates; Marseille Airport’s first leisure flights from Seoul in April; Leeds Bradford’s capacity boost in 2014
Another busy week for Network Planning Community News, including S14 capacity growth at Budapest Airport, Hamilton and Tampa Airports showing-off their certificates, and other newsworthy events from our peers from around the world.
Air Transat starts seasonal flights from Hamilton Airport in Canada to Montego Bay Airport in Jamaica and San Jose del Cabo in Mexico with weekly flights operated by CanJet Airlines.
Budapest & Halifax runway runs; Budapest promotes Kam Jandu; Lyon’s cake prize; Naha’s route award; Aberdeen names MD; Birmingham’s #9m; Air Transat’s BRU anniversary; Cork’s #1
This week is an action-packed issue of Network Planning Community News, including anna.aero award winners, an Aberdeen Airport appointment announced, two runway runs and other newsworthy events from our industry colleagues from around the world.
The US-Canada market is relatively balanced between the US and Canadian carriers. The Canadian airlines have increased their market share by eight percentage points in the last year, breaking through the 50% share. Marginally behind are the US carriers, despite launching over double the amount of new routes as their Canadian counterparts. We reveal the […]
Due to the US economic embargo on Cuba which has lasted for nearly 50 years, there are no scheduled flights between the two nations. So which nation is the top country market?