Articles Tagged ‘Cancun’
Over half of American Airlines’ new routes will have no direct competition, while Miami is Tel Aviv’s fifth-largest US P2P market.
SKY Airline begins Lima to Cancun, Silver Airways starts Tampa to Jacksonville, SkyUp launches Kyiv to Mattala, and more.
SKY Airline started Lima to Cancun on 27 December with a four-weekly service. In 2019, there were 197,000 P2P passengers, while 258,000 connected over Lima.
JetBlue begins Tampa – Cancun, its 12th destination from the Florida airport this winter and its 10th from Cancun, the latter up from four last winter.
JetBlue today (22 September) revealed four new routes from Hartford, adding to its transcontinental push and its pursuit of the leisure dollar.
JetBlue unveiled 24 leisure routes today with 167 WF. LAX and EWR get seven routes, the latter expansion almost fully about the Caribbean, with this region having 25% of JetBlue seats.
With two, and then three, weekly flights, Air Caraïbes’ new Cancún route will fill a hole from the exit of XL Airways France. We look at what’s happening.
TAP Air Portugal to start Lisbon to Agadir, Cancun, and Cape Town, and Ponta Delgada to Toronto. We look at the numbers and details behind these routes.
8.5 million people flew US – Cancun in the last year. 3.3 million connected en route. 50 US airports have a median of 43,000 connecting passengers.
Spirit Airlines is to start five routes to Cancun, taking its total to 11. 47 other US cities have a median 41,000 indirect passengers to Cancun.
Cancun Airport sees passenger numbers double in 11 years; Southwest replacing AirTran as Volaris remains #1 airline
Mexico’s second busiest airport handled almost 16 million passengers last year as airlines added capacity on many routes. We reveal which carriers have grown fastest in the last 12 months and which new routes have been started recently.
Volaris snatches #1 ranking in Mexico from Interjet in December; domestic traffic up 10% in 2012 to record 28 million
The MIST countries (Mexico, Indonesia, South Korea and Turkey) are ear-marked to replace the BRIC nations in terms of delivering the fastest economic growth. We take a look at Mexico’s air traffic trends this week.