Articles Tagged ‘British Airways’
Today’s key airline route news from the ongoing COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak.
Boeing completes first flight of the 777-9X. We reveal the top 777 operators, and where the next orders could come from.
Portland coming in 2020, but with high fares per mile and each up to 260,000 passengers to Europe, Cincinnati and St. Louis are likely for British Airways.
Qantas has provisionally chosen the A350-1000 for Project Sunrise flights. Other than Sydney-London/New York, what other new non-stop routes are possible?
Amongst this week’s new airline routes launched, Flyadeal launched a Riyadh to Yanbu service, and Air Seychelles connected Tel Aviv with Mahé.
British Airways commences daily services to Dammam, its 3rd Saudi Arabian destination, via Bahrain from London Heathrow on 01 December.
Bucharest-London is served by five airlines from five London airports. Yet London-Romania (excl. Bucharest) is now a larger market.
British Airways has added 16% more business seats since 2015, with its new Club Suite out. JFK is its #1 route, but Boston wins for fare per mile.
Virgin Atlantic commenced a daily service from London Heathrow and Mumbai. We take a look at capacity development since the end of Jet Airways.
British Airways moves its daily Heathrow – Beijing flights to Daxing airport; it becomes the first international service to the new facility.
In this week’s network planning community newsletter, Lauda announces flights from Ireland West; Kharkiv Airport celebrates 1,000,000 passengers in 2019 as Wizz Air celebrates its millionth in Iasi; Loganair connects Newquay for the first time with four new routes; Air France takes delivery of its first A350 and BA sends theirs to Toronto for the […]
Please be seated: can BA’s new A350 make a dent in Air Canada’s formidable London – Toronto market position?
As British Airways launches A350-1000 services to Toronto this week, we take a look at whether this can help the carrier compete with Air Canada’s formidable segmentation of the route – from almost LCC density 777-300ERs to smaller 787-8s – and hold off upstart WestJet.