Articles Tagged ‘AUS’
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, there are also Skytrax award wins for Budapest and Munich airports, and Manchester is the first American Airlines UK station to showcase its new business class. More news from Hermes Airports and Miami Airport.
Frontier Airlines now links Atlanta to Austin-Bergstrom, Indianapolis and Miami, using its A320s and A319s.
American Airlines now links Los Angeles to Atlanta, as well as Miami to Austin-Bergstrom, Kansas City, Salt Lake City and San Antonio.
Allegiant Air commences 10 seasonal routes from Fort Lauderdale, Jacksonville, Orlando Sanford, Punta Gorda and St. Pete-Clearwater.
Texas Sky Airways now flies from Austin-Bergstrom, TX to Victoria, TX as well as to Dallas/Fort Worth, TX with nine weekly and six weekly flights respectively, using its Jetstream 32s.
Southwest Airlines replaces AirTran Airways’ services on 12 airport pairs and adds eight new routes from Dallas Love Field, TX.
Aeromar has 0.1% of US-Mexico traffic with three routes to Texas; 18 domestic routes account for less than 2% of market
Aeromar has been operating in Mexico for more than a quarter of a century as a niche, ‘executive’ airline. With a fleet of mostly ATRs it operates primarily on short-haul flights from Mexico City. We look at the airline’s busiest routes and its international activities.
Airlines from around the world will be finalising their plans for new long-haul services as part of their annual planning cycle. anna.aero investigates where in the US British Airways may well be considering to launch in S15.
Austin Airport and Brussels Airport show-off certificates; Airport City Manchester project set for investor road show in China
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Austin Airport shows-off its Route of the Week certificate, while Brussels Airport presents their Cake of the Week award. We also have news regarding the Airport City Manchester project.
British Airways growing capacity in North America and Asia; new route to Austin is 19th non-stop service to US
Fully 35% of British Airways’ capacity (measured by ASKs) from London Heathrow is on routes to the US, which have just seen the addition of a new route to Austin, Texas. We reveal the rest of the top 15 country markets (by ASKs) and summarise the airline’s network changes from Heathrow and London Gatwick this […]
British Airways starts new international route from London Heathrow to Austin with five weekly flights, utilising its 787-8s.
The latest industry news from Asturias, Austin, Boise, Knock, Kuala Lumpur, Larnaca, London City, Milan Bergamo, Oslo Torp and more
Live music, yummy cakes, water arches and even… sizzling sausages make it into this week’s Network Planning Community News.