Articles Tagged ‘American Airlines’
American Airlines adds new US routes from bases in New York, Chicago, Philadelphia and Washington.
The final new route numbers are in for 2018! anna.aero has been busy studying its New Routes Database to highlight the most newsworthy network statistics from last year. We reveal the top airlines, country markets and airports for new routes in 2018, and a take a look ahead to see what is coming in 2019.
Peru prospers from continued growth with 12% more seats flown in 2018; Chile overtakes US to become leading international market
There were 31.30 million two-way seats available on all flights serving Peru in 2018, an impressive 12% increase on the previous year. Nick Preston examines the country’s air service network trends over the past 10 years and identifies its leading airports, airlines and international country markets.
As the final collection of entries are assessed for the 2018 Arch of Triumph competition, we reveal which airport was crowned the annual winner. We received 434 entries in 2018 and competition was fierce but the successful airport is a returning champion. Read on to find out more!
American Airlines begins 26 new routes across seven bases in the US.
USB3 carriers’ leading airport pairs via top hubs revealed; data reveals its ‘America First’, as no European or Asian destinations make the mark
Having recently looked at the top airport pairs for the MEB3 via Abu Dhabi, Doha and Dubai, this week anna.aero has decided to investigate the top airport pairs for the USB3 carriers of American Airlines, Delta Air Lines and United Airlines via their biggest hubs at Dallas/Fort Worth, Atlanta and Chicago O’Hare.
American Airlines remains top carrier at Washington Reagan with 50% of annual capacity since 2016; airline’s seats static at capital airport in 2018
American Airlines will provide 14.67 million two-way seats on flights serving Washington Reagan Airport in 2018, representing a marginal 0.2% decline in capacity compared to last year. Nick Preston examines the US carrier’s growth and network developments at the US capital airport over the past 10 years.
With the start of W18/19 now less than three weeks away, we decided to peer into the future to see which airlines will be ruling the roost this winter. Nick Preston identifies those carriers offering the most routes and which will operate from the most country markets and airports in a typical week during W18/19.
A total of seven airports across Europe, North America and the Caribbean entered this week’s Arch of Triumph competition. With an average score of 27.6 out of 40, it has certainly been a par week of performances. Find out here to see which airport did enough to climb into the top ten with its superb display.
American Airlines launches daily flights between Philadelphia and Worcester in Massachusetts.
The 23rd Boyd Group International Aviation Forecast Summit was filled with four days of great presentations and forecasts from aviation leaders from the industry as well as extra special networking events. Senior industry executives, including Oliver Wagner, CCO, Eurowings, were on hand to give their thoughts on the future for commercial aviation.
Delta Air Lines operates 22 Cancún routes, only six are year-round; American Airlines and United Airlines both fly more seats
Cancún is Delta Air Lines’ number one international market for seats in the Americas, offering over 5,600 departures from the Mexican resort in 2018. However, of these rotations, 46% take place during the first four months of the year. Jonathan Ford explores the SkyTeam member’s Cancún operation in more detail.