Articles Tagged ‘AUS’
Southwest Airlines, Austin-Bergstrom International Airport’s largest carrier, has announced that it will bring even more air service to Austin starting in March 2022. The airline will increase service by more than 20 flights per day, offering nonstop service to 46 destinations.
Allegiant will have no direct competition on 28 of its 34 routes, with these 28 having an average 17,000 passengers before being stimulated.
We explore traffic and fares on the Honolulu routes that Hawaiian Airlines will begin. In 2021, the carrier will have 28 routes to 16 mainland US airports.
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.
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.
As JetBlue discloses 30 new routes, we look at them + how they’ll change the carrier’s presence at Newark + Philadelphia while boosting non-NY/Boston Florida seats.
Delta adds new routes from Seattle hub in S20; London Heathrow service coming 2021.
Spirit Airlines is to start five routes to Cancun, taking its total to 11. 47 other US cities have a median 41,000 indirect passengers to Cancun.
KLM is to start a three-weekly Austin service from S20. Presently, Austin has three non-stop services to Europe, with 387,000 non-stop seats available. Based on KLM’s timings, it’s estimated that 32 online destinations will be reachable over Amsterdam. These 32, plus Amsterdam, saw 205,000 passengers from Austin in 2018, up 51,000 over 2014.
anna.aero looks at the development of the US market ahead of the upcoming ACI-NA JumpStart Nashville conference. Data published by the Bureau of Transportation Statistics shows that 1.01 billion scheduled passengers flew from US airports in 2018, averaging at 2.77 million travellers a day.
Spirit Airlines now transports two million passengers a year from Atlanta; offering 13% the number of departures on routes versus Delta
Spirit Airlines has ramped-up its operations from the world’s busiest airport, growing from just under a quarter of a million passengers a year and a single route in 2009, to 2.23 million passengers and 17 routes in 2018. Jonathan Ford looks into the carrier’s expansion from Atlanta in recent years in more detail.
Spirit Airlines introduces 13 new routes across its network – eight involve Austin.