Articles Tagged ‘Copa Airlines’
Rich in gold and diamonds, Guyana is also a South American aviation hot-spot, having seen its two Georgetown airports offering a combined total of 460,000 one-way seats this year. As Caribbean Airlines dominates with 69% and 62% of seats and flights respectively this October, anna.aero takes a closer look at Guyana’s air transport and reveals […]
Copa Airlines adds four weekly flights to Fort Lauderdale, FL and twice-daily operations to Georgetown from Panama City. Competes against Spirit Airlines to US.
The oldest commercial carrier in Latin America, Avianca has been growing impressively in recent years, following the integration of TACA Airlines’ operations. As the Star Alliance member is now serving a total of 54 destinations worldwide, anna.aero investigates how dominant Avianca is at Bogota and which is its top country market this summer.
Copa Airlines makes Montreal its second Canadian route after Toronto, with four weekly flights.
Can you guess which of the seven commercial airports in London (we’re including London Oxford in this) is to gain the accolade of being the first to win an ‘Arch of Triumph’ award. Please don’t write in with the answers, just read on.
Copa Airlines starts operations on the 1,656-kilometre sector from Bogota to Punta Cana with four weekly E190s flights. Competes against Avianca.
American Airlines, Copa Airlines and United Airlines battle for #1 in North-Central America market; capacity up 7% versus last February
Non-stop services between airports in North and Central America are growing steadily, with several carriers launching new services in recent months. We rank the top 12 country pairs and the top 12 airlines in the market, and reveal the top 10 airports in each region for capacity to the other.
Budapest’s S14 capacity growth; Hamilton and Tampa show-off certificates; Marseille Airport’s first leisure flights from Seoul in April; Leeds Bradford’s capacity boost in 2014
Another busy week for Network Planning Community News, including S14 capacity growth at Budapest Airport, Hamilton and Tampa Airports showing-off their certificates, and other newsworthy events from our peers from around the world.
Copa Airlines now serves three destinations in Florida, adding Tampa to its existing Miami and Orlando routes.
Famous for coffee, oil, emeralds and for being the home of pop-star Shakira, Colombia is also a South American aviation hot-spot – having seen its top 12 routes grow by over 20% in the last year. anna.aero takes a look at this fast-growing, dynamic market.
Copa Airlines’ sleek hub operation in Panama City has become a textbook example for network planners. anna.aero examines how the airport compares with other aspiring hubs in the region.
Copa Airlines adds Boston Logan Airport as its ninth US destination from Panama City Tocumen Airport.