Articles Tagged ‘BWI’
We had an interior shot of one of the 15 FTWAs sent in to this week’s competition, which has all the arches from the last two weeks of route launches (because we were in Krakow last week). Find out which airport sent it and whether the all-important exterior shot was good enough to win.
Allegiant Air begins services to Baltimore/Washington from Cincinnati and Savannah – routes to four further destinations to commence in the next few weeks.
Southwest Airlines now serving almost 100 airports; biggest growth this summer at Dallas Love Field and Denver
Of Southwest Airlines’ top 10 airports in 2006, eight are still in its top 10 in 2015. We reveal which two airports are new and which have dropped out as well as highlighting the airports with the biggest increases in Southwest services this summer.
On 12 January, Allegiant Air announced that it would commence operations from Baltimore/Washington to Asheville, Cincinnati, Knoxville, Lexington, Savannah and Tulsa. With this news, anna.aero decided to review how the airport is looking in regards to its airline and route mix, and also to see how passenger traffic has developed over the past few years.
Spirit Airlines begins daily services between the two cities in direct competition with Southwest Airlines and JetBlue Airways.
Everyone might be busy out Christmas shopping (or doing it all on-line these days), but the world’s airports fire crews are still producing FTWAs at a rate that would put Santa’s elves to shame. Find out which one of nine global airports has won the penultimate Arch of Triumph title of 2015.
The firefighters at Delhi Airport now have not one but two Arch of Triumph certificates on the station walls, both won in 2015 – and happy they are about it too. Find out which one of 11 global airports has won one of the last Arch of Triumph titles of 2015.
Europe’s third largest LCC begins services from Baltimore/Washington, Boston and New York JFK airports to Fort de France and Pointe-a-Pitre.
US-Caribbean seats up by 2.5%; Delta Air Lines leads the way in terms of W15/16 capacity increases; Norwegian services starting soon
It has been three years since our data elves last looked at the US to Caribbean market so a review was overdue. Even over the last year four additional US airports have Caribbean connections, three new airlines have joined the market and scheduled service has been launched to a most significant new country market – […]
JetBlue Airways adds Orlando and Fort Lauderdale to its existing Boston flights from Baltimore/Washington.
Istanbul Atatürk, Dallas Love Field and Osaka Kansai welcome winter network growth; Turkish Airlines, Southwest and Ryanair driving airport expansion
Part two of our global analysis of the start of the W15/16 season looks at which airports have seen the biggest net gain in new routes since last winter. We reveal the leading airports in Asia, Europe and North America.
Alaska Airlines introduces a new daily service connecting the east and west coast airports which are already served by three carriers.