Articles Tagged ‘American Airlines’
American Airlines now flies daily between its Chicago O’Hare hub and that of its alliance partner Finnair, Finland’s capital Helsinki.
20 airlines to start 28 new Transatlantic routes in 2011; summer capacity up 4.1%; Delta still on top
Delta recently blamed overcapacity on the transatlantic for some of its financial woes in Q1, so who’s adding routes and capacity this summer compared to last? What country market is growing by more than 10% for the second year running and which airline has grown capacity most this summer?
51 new routes were launched across the world in the last week, with Russian, German and Canadian airports represented the most. But which airport had 500 people celebrate the arrival of its first international passenger service? And in which country did three airlines launch domestic, regional services?
American Airlines connected its New York JFK hub with that of oneworld alliance partner Malév as it launched flights to the Hungarian capital Budapest.
American Airlines’ regional carrier has launched flights from Dallas/Fort Worth to Abraham Lincoln Capital Airport in Springfield, the capital of Illinois.
The summer season start is over and route launches have calmed down somewhat, but we still have 44 new routes that began in the last week. New for this issue is that the new route list is also available as a downloadable spreadsheet. We will make the Excel document available until the next issue of […]
American Airlines launches 10 new routes at LAX; new Shanghai service becomes seventh international route
American is making a concerted effort to topple United as the leading airline at LAX. This week, it launched nine new domestic routes to help feed its new Shanghai service, but what competition does it face on these new routes? Are any of these new services new destinations for the airport?
New United shrinking domestically in 2011 Q1; Alaska Airlines and Hawaiian lead US carrier growth rankings
Who’s growing how fast in the US in the first quarter of 2011 and how do load factors compare with a year ago? Which airline’s load factor hasn’t grown year-on-year since last July and fell 4.5 percentage points in March?
Once a major base for American Airlines, then for Midwest, now Delta is making a bid to be top dog at Raleigh-Durham. How has traffic evolved over the last quarter century and which new routes has Delta recently added? What international services are there and how do fares compare with other US airports?
The last week has been busy, with 56 new routes starting. But which single airline launched 20 routes as it opened two bases? Which island nation attracted three new routes? Which route resumed after a hiatus of over five-years? Which busy domestic route got a low-cost carrier to compete? And which capital city airport got […]
Cancun sees traffic grow 11% in 2010; US carriers (including Virgin America) adding more new routes in 2011
Mexico’s second busiest airport reported double-digit growth last year. How seasonal is its international traffic and when is its peak month? Which are the leading carriers on international routes and which are the leading destinations? Which European countries are served and what regional connections are there?
US airlines all report growth in January; international demand growth outstrips domestic at all four majors
America’s airlines have all reported their first traffic results for 2011. Which group of airlines are growing fastest and which international markets have helped the ‘legacy’ carriers to more than offset a domestic reduction in January? Which airlines have seen the best load factor improvement year-on-year?