Articles Tagged ‘BOS’
Like many of the world’s biggest mega-conurbations, Toronto has a downtown and perhaps less well-known airport, called City (also known as Billy Bishop Airport). Marc Watkins takes a look at the operationally-restricted airport’s traffic split between its two incumbent airlines, as well as its biggest airport pairs.
Washington’s big three handling 10 million more passengers than in 2008; Southwest presides over capital; Atlanta leading destination
Washington Dulles, Washington Reagan and Baltimore/Washington airports are expected to handle over 73 million passengers in 2017, up 18% when compared to 10 years ago. Marc Watkins takes a closer look into the main airports serving the US capital, investigates the traffic split between the three, and reveals what Washington’s leading destinations are.
Stavanger-Paris is “Skyscanner Unserved Route of the Week” with 33,000 searches; Norwegian’s next Norwegian route?
In the past 12 months, Skyscanner’s Travel Insight software has shown that over 33,000 potential travellers searched on the leading flight comparison site for flights between Stavanger and Paris ‒ but the city pair is unserved!? Will SAS or Air France resume this city pair, or does Norwegian fancy connecting to is new US routes from […]
British Airways’ parent IAG is apparently back in the A380 market, following Emirates’ recent $16 billion deal for the superjumbo. We take a look at where BA currently flies with the type, where it may use any future aircraft and whether Iberia will get any.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, AirAsia announces its newest link for this summer from Bangkok Don Mueang, while Hamburg Airport unveils its latest technological advancement to help improve its passenger experience.
JetBlue Airways joins American Airlines on the city pair – becomes carrier’s fourth route to Syracuse.
Delta Air Lines launched 10 routes between 21 and 23 December – includes seven domestic links.
USB3 hubs in 2017 – American Airlines chops, Delta Air Lines stagnates, United Airlines…is doing O.K.
It has certainly being an interesting year for the USB3 – American Airlines, Delta Air Lines and United Airlines – in terms of marketing and public image, passenger experience and 747 farewells, so we decided to compare the airlines’ hub growth to see which airports are the winners and losers.
Mexico City-Barcelona is “Skyscanner Unserved Route of the Week” with 540,000 searches; Aeromexico’s next Euro route after Amsterdam?
Skyscanner’s Travel Insight software has shown that in the last year over 540,000 potential travellers searched on the leading flight comparison site for flights between Mexico City and Barcelona ‒ but the route is unserved!? Aeromexico launched services to Amsterdam last year, but is yet to make any plans to start any further European flights – we […]
Southwest Airlines now handling over 17 million passengers from Baltimore/Washington; only 3.7% of traffic flies on non-US routes
Baltimore/Washington is Southwest Airlines’ second largest hub, and in 2016 the carrier handled over 17 million passengers from the US East Coast airport. anna.aero takes a closer look at how traffic has developed with the carrier in recent years, and analyses the performance of its international routes.
Spirit Airlines begins operations on 12 domestic and international routes – all face direct competition.
Hainan Airlines more than doubles capacity over past 10 years; international services expand but domestic traffic dominates
Hainan Airlines, part of the HNA Group, commenced operations from Hainan Island in the early 1990s and it has seen triple-digit capacity growth over the past 10 years as the Chinese economy expanded at pace. anna.aero looks further into the carrier to investigate its network strategies and developments.