Articles Tagged ‘BDL’
Spirit Airlines begins operations on 12 domestic and international routes – all face direct competition.
Edinburgh Airport’s elated with Route of the Week victory while Cluj-Napoca celebrates 100 years of aviation
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Frankfurt welcomes the arrival of Air Astana’s newest route from Uralsk, while Vueling celebrates passing 500,000 passengers from Bordeaux. More news also from Southampton, Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen and Vienna airports.
Norwegian makes a start on 737 flights from Edinburgh – but no 737 MAX operations yet.
Norwegian takes transatlantic battle up a level with Belfast, Cork, Dublin, Edinburgh and Shannon launches
Easy as B-C-D-E and S, Norwegian announces 10 new routes and 38 weekly transatlantic flights from Belfast, Cork, Dublin, Edinburgh and Shannon to greater New York, Boston and New England areas. We take a look at the transatlantic landscape at all of the UK and Irish airports involved as the LCC enters the market this summer.
Over 50 new services added between Europe and US this summer; airberlin, Norwegian and WOW air adding most capacity versus S16
The Europe to US market will see capacity grow by 6% this summer thanks to the addition of over 50 new services. We reveal the leading players in the market and how quickly they are growing, plus which US airport will welcome back European flights for the first time since the 80s.
Over 80 new routes between North America and Europe launched since S12; North America to Asia routes up by 50% in same period
Our analysis reveals that 50 airports in North America have non-stop flights to Europe this summer, while 24 have non-stop service to Asia. We reveal which airports have gained the most new routes in these two markets since S12, and which airports have attained their first connections.
As we were all flouncing around in Chengdu last week at World Routes, we have a double whammy of FTWAs this week, with a massive 19 airports from around the world battling it out for airport marketing glory.
Bradley International Airport in Hartford, Connecticut regains transatlantic service with arrival of Aer Lingus from Dublin
Connecticut’s busiest airport handles around six million passengers per annum. We track the airport’s recent developments, its seasonality profile, leading airlines and routes as transatlantic flights return after eight year hiatus.
Aer Lingus begins flights between its Dublin hub and Hartford in Connecticut – the airline’s ninth US destination.
Hartford in Connecticut joins Montreal and St. John’s in Canada in welcoming anna.aero’s North American loving Chief Analyst Ralph Anker on a route launch in 2016. See what happened on the inaugural flight from Dublin.
American Airlines launches service on 21 domestic routes of which 10 connect to Los Angeles.
United Airlines begins daily services to Hartford and Richmond from its Colorado hub.