Articles Tagged ‘Canadian airports’
Calgary International Airport traffic doubles since 2001; Edelweiss Air and Hainan Airlines new carriers in 2016; Aeromexico coming in S17
Canada’s fourth busiest airport handled almost 16 million passengers in 2016. Home carrier WestJet and Air Canada account for over 85% of seat capacity. We reveal the airport’s top 15 routes, seasonality profile and new routes for 2017.
Canadian airports see traffic growth of just under 5% so far in 2016; NewLeaf is newest domestic airline as WestJet’s UK services launch
We look at how Canada’s busiest airports are developing in 2016. Which airports are growing fastest and which are shrinking? Plus an analysis of the growth by geographic markets for the country’s biggest airport.
Deer Lake Regional Airport in Newfoundland sees pax grow 50% since 2005 as Air Canada, Provincial Airlines and WestJet compete
Located on the other side of Newfoundland from St. John’s, Deer Lake Regional Airport was recently visited by anna.aero’s resident Canadaphile Ralph Anker. We reveal how traffic has grown in the last decade and the airport’s leading airlines.
St. John’s International Airport in Newfoundland welcomes second London service; Halifax and Toronto Pearson account for 60% of seats
The closest major airport in North America to Europe, St. John’s in Canada handles 1.5 million passengers per annum and is served by eight scheduled carriers. We reveal the airport’s seasonality profile and leading routes.
Canadian air travel demand grows by just over 4% in 2015; Toronto Pearson passes 40 million mark, Vancouver breaks through 20 million
Canada’s biggest airports reported overall growth in 2015 of just over 4%. We reveal the monthly trends for the top 10 airports plus a breakdown of growth by geographic segment.
Canadian airports reporting growth of 4.1% in first half of 2015
Canadian airports are growing steadily in 2015. We reveal monthly growth at 10 of the biggest as well as which airports are growing across all three market segments (domestic, transborder and international).
Vancouver Airport on track for 20 million passengers in 2015; Air France and Aeromexico are newest carriers as Air Canada dominates
Canada’s second busiest airport is growing by over 5% so far this year. We look at demand since 2000, the airport’s seasonality profile and which are the leading airlines and routes.
Canadian airports reporting growth of 4.4% in 2015 Q1
Canadian airports are growing steadily in 2015. We reveal which airports are growing across all three market segments (domestic, transborder and international) and what new international routes have been launched this summer.
Canada’s airports reporting growth of 6% in 2014; Air Canada grows European offering, WestJet heading for Glasgow this summer
After a quiet 2012 and 2013, Canada’s airports have seen much faster growth in 2014. We reveal which of the major airports has been growing fastest each month and what new routes are already planned for this summer.
Canadian airport traffic up 4% in Q1; WestJet launches transatlantic flights from St. John’s to Dublin
Canada’s leading airports reported traffic growth of under 3% in 2013, but 2014 has started better with passenger numbers up over 4% in Q1. We have the latest traffic data (by market segment) from the country’s busiest airports and look at some of the more interesting new routes that have launched in 2014.
Kelowna Airport: +3.2% growth so far in 2013; LAX and Whitehorse amongst new destinations
Serving a highly attractive corner of Canada, Kelowna Airport managed to keep its traffic steady throughout the meager post-2008 years and is now back on the growth track. anna.aero new examines the impact of new regional and trans-border services that have landed in Kelowna in 2013.
Air Canada dominates Sydney Airport (Nova Scotia) with flights to Halifax Airport and Toronto Pearson Airport
Like London and Santiago, Sydney as a place name has airports with the same name located on different continents. This week anna.aero’s Chief Analyst found himself at Sydney Airport in Nova Scotia (Canada), and stopped to take a closer look, at the airport that is named after Canada’s first licensed pilot.