Articles Tagged ‘BWI’
For a seventh year running, airlines across the US have been celebrating their wins in the anna.aero US ANNIES. Take a closer look to see which airlines have been celebrating this week in Part I of the awards, with the airport winners to be revealed next week in Part II.
Las Vegas is second biggest airport for Spirit Airlines; 21 destinations served this summer; going head-to-head with Southwest on 15 of them
Since the summer of 2010 Spirit Airlines has launched 21 routes from Las Vegas and dropped just two. We reveal the airline’s growth at the airport and a snapshot of one-way ‘bare’ fares for the week ahead from the Nevada airport.
Alaska Airlines launches four new routes from Burbank, Portland and San Diego.
Southwest Airlines is Las Vegas’ #1 carrier with 41% of seats in S17; 2.3 million more passenger flown annually when compared to a decade ago
Southwest Airlines is the largest airline in Las Vegas, with the Nevadan city being the carrier’s third largest airport operation. In 2015, the airline flew 17.6 million passengers from Las Vegas, just under 16% more passengers than it flew from the city in 2006. We take a closer look at its traffic development, the airline’s […]
Vancouver is recognised by anna.aero for welcoming its sixth Chinese carrier by being presented with the Route of the Week award
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Blue Air celebrates its new Cluj-Napoca – Birmingham route winning the anna.aero Arch of Triumph award, while Southwest Airlines announces that it will commence flights to Cincinnati. More news also from Vienna and Warsaw Chopin airports.
Spirit Airlines launches eight routes to Florida – also welcomes Akron-Canton to its network.
Albuquerque’s traffic is at its lowest level since 1990; Southwest Airlines is largest carrier, flying 55% of traffic in 2016 so far; Allegiant Air arrives
In June Albuquerque welcomed its latest carrier – Allegiant Air – which commenced twice-weekly flights from Las Vegas and Austin-Bergstrom. Hopefully Allegiant Air will help boost traffic to the New Mexico city which is welcoming nearly two million fewer passengers than it did in 2007. We look at how the airport’s other carriers are performing […]
American Airlines fastest growing carrier at Columbus; 41% of traffic in first half of 2016 flown by Southwest Airlines; Frontier Airlines returns
In 2015 Columbus’ John Glenn Airport welcomed 6.76 million passengers, up 6.7% when compared to the figure of 2014. However for the first six months of this year traffic is down 0.4%. We take a closer look at passenger volumes, and see how Columbus has coped as a result of North America’s airline mergers.
Southwest Airlines launches seven routes including its second service to Nassau in the Bahamas.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Ryanair announces a new route from Liverpool to Marrakech while Eastar Jet becomes the fifth carrier to join LCC alliance U-FLY. More news also from Baltimore/Washington and Turin airports.
Allegiant Air continues to expand its ever growing network by adding a further 10 routes to its network – three already served by other carriers.
Allegiant Air begins service on seven US domestic city pairs – none face incumbent carriers.