Articles Tagged ‘American Airlines’
W20 looks to be a bumper one for Palm Springs, despite – or because of – coronavirus. This builds on the airport passing three million seats last year.
American Airlines’ growth at Daytona Beach will almost double the airport’s network. It’ll also mean it connects it to 40 destinations over Dallas, growing AA’s penetration to these from its present ¼.
We explore American’s Arizona hub, its sixth-largest, at which it’ll have 98 routes this winter. We see no growth vs. 2010, but high seats per frequency.
American Airlines’ (briefly?) cut 15 airports had 1.7 million seats last year; Roswell would lose most
American Airlines had 19 routes from these 15 airports with 37 daily flights. Roswell was #1 by seats and was only served by American. We explore connections on the shortest route, Florence – Charlotte.
We explore how capacity at the US’ top-100 airports changed in 2019 versus 2010 on a % basis. Leisure markets feature highly, with some major airports thrown in.
Wizz Air begins Abu Dhabi; American Airlines to start Seattle – Shanghai; Air Albania to be fifth airline from Tirana to London; and much, much more.
As American Airlines says it’ll end Los Angeles – Shanghai Pudong, it seeks to start Seattle – Pudong instead, which already has Delta and Hainan. Alaska Airlines feed will be key.
With very significant head-to-head competition, we explore how this has changed and the core airlines and routes on which Spirit Airlines overlaps.
The largest 6 airports for American, Delta + United collectively had 680m seats last year, with the largest airports becoming stronger since 2010.
As American Airlines retires all A330-300s, B757s, B767s, CRJ-200s, and E190s, we look at where they were most used and their wind down.
Seattle – Bangalore has 36,000 P2P and Seattle – India over 170,000. American Airlines’ new service means 15 non-stop routes from North America to India.
American Airlines is Florida’s #1 airline with 53 million seats. While American Airlines added nearly 1 million seats YOY, Southwest cut 600,000 seats.