Articles Tagged ‘CHS’
St. Petersburg celebrates Route of the Week accolade for the arrival of Qatar Airways, while Orlando Melbourne toasts Cake of the Week win
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Icelandair announces that it will begin a seasonal route to Kansas City starting 25 May 2018, while Allegiant Air has confirmed two new sectors from Pittsburgh for S18. More news also from Luxair at Berlin Tegel and SilkAir in Darwin.
Porter Airlines turns 10 years old – now offers nine international routes while growth plans are in limbo
On 2 February 2006 Porter Airlines was founded, with operations commencing in the October of that year. During the last month of 2015, the carrier launched its ninth international destination from Toronto City to Melbourne (Florida). In commemoration of the airline’s 10th anniversary and its latest launch, anna.aero decided to take a look to see […]
JetBlue Airways begins services from Fort Lauderdale to Charleston, Philadelphia and Providenciales.
Alaska Airlines starts its first service into Charleston – the 3,877-kilometre sector from its Seattle-Tacoma hub.
Southwest Airlines launches 13 new domestic services in the US – nine of them from Dallas Love Field.
More eagerly awaited by the world’s airport and airline industry than the Skytrax awards, are anna.aero’s US ANNIES prizes! The awards are back for their fifth outing, with awards for seven airports that have achieved notable route and traffic-related success in the US over the past 12 months.
Southwest Airlines introduces new routes from Dallas Love Field Airport and Kansas City Airport, using its 737-700s. Competes against Delta Air Lines on one link.
Charleston wins one horse race in this week’s Arch of Triumph; North America tops inter-regional table
With the public votes just around the corner, ready to trumpet the start of the S15 season, this week heralds the end of W14/15 route launches. Mobilise your fans, friends and followers ready for next week and follow in the footsteps of last year’s public vote winners Budapest and Bucharest airports.
Silver Airways now connects Charleston to Orlando and Tampa, Jacksonville to Pensacola, as well as Northwest Florida Beaches to Orlando and Tampa, using its Saab 340s.
All tied at the top of the inter-regional ‘Arch of Triumph’ table again, with North America joining Asia at the summit of the leader board. This week’s victorious airport also charges into the top two of the inter-airport battle, squeezing in between Delhi and Turin.
Porter Airlines introduces a new seasonal route from Toronto City to Charleston with weekly flights, using its Q400s.
JetBlue Airways now connects Washington Reagan, VA to Charleston, SC, Hartford, CT and Nassau. Competes against US Airways on all three new airport pairs.