Articles Tagged ‘ATL’
Delta has 120 routes and almost 2,600 weekly flights each way from Minneapolis in mid-April. We examine its network from this hub.
Tel Aviv has 12 routes to North America this year, its highest number to date. New York – JFK and Newark – will have up to 11 daily non-stops this summer.
Salt Lake City is within a whisker of 30 million seats, with Delta up strongly this summer over S19. The airport has 101 routes this year.
Savannah has grown very strongly and will have eight routes in W20 that weren’t operated in W19. Yet the airport remains woefully underserved by non-stops.
With Seattle times mirroring other North American routes, connectivity over Doha will be big. Traffic of 350,000 – excl. Alaska Airlines feed – targeted.
We examine connectivity on American’s new Appleton – Charlotte service and see the carrier’s share of traffic to these 53 destinations was just 12% in 2019.
Melbourne is to have a larger international network than domestic. We look at what’s happening and key unserved US markets from the Florida airport.
There’s a new world order! The world’s top-20 international routes shaken up because of coronavirus – with 14 new routes. Dubai – Heathrow up from fifth.
Delta will have 151 routes from Atlanta – but more flights to Chattanooga than to BOS and LGA. 58 airports have been cut YOY, but two new routes coming.
Over 90% of Delta traffic on Rio – ATL connects over its Georgia hub, so we see where. This route had a higher SLF than the carrier’s system average.
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.
The US’ top-100 airports: Los Angeles, Seattle, Fort Lauderdale, Nashville stand out for growth since 2010
We explore how capacity for the US’ top-100 airports changed in 2019 versus 2010. There are some big, positive standouts.