Articles Tagged ‘CVG’
Ryanair announces connecting flights and that it will sell Air Europa long-haul flights as part of its ‘Always Getting Better’ programme
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Miami Airport hosts Japan Airlines as it advances its efforts to increase non-stop connectivity to Asia, while Frontier Airlines celebrates two million passengers from Cincinnati. More news also from Kirkwall Airport and Routes as it announces a new partnership for this year’s World Routes in Barcelona.
Frontier Airlines links both Ohio airports to the Californian city – Cleveland also gains Houston link.
Frontier Airlines adds to its Austin, Chicago O’Hare, Cincinnati and Cleveland networks.
Cincinnati’s growing non-Delta flights; Southwest’s coming in June to join Allegiant and Frontier in lowering fares; Delta still has 50% of seats
Serving Cincinnati (in Ohio) but located in Kentucky, Cincinnati Airport has had a challenging decade as Delta Air Lines dramatically cut back its presence. However, since 2013 things have been looking up as Allegiant Air and Frontier Airlines have developed mini-hubs and brought lower fares.
Vancouver is recognised by anna.aero for welcoming its sixth Chinese carrier by being presented with the Route of the Week award
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Blue Air celebrates its new Cluj-Napoca – Birmingham route winning the anna.aero Arch of Triumph award, while Southwest Airlines announces that it will commence flights to Cincinnati. More news also from Vienna and Warsaw Chopin airports.
Allegiant Air begins new services from Cincinnati, Montrose, Pittsburgh and Orlando Sanford.
Endeavor Air has 124 aircraft serving 105 airports; hubs at Minneapolis-St. Paul, Detroit and New York’s JFK and LaGuardia airports
Endeavor Air, formerly known as Pinnacle Airlines, flies under the Delta Connection banner for Delta Air Lines. Its four hubs account for nearly 44% of its weekly departing seat capacity this winter. We take a closer look at the US regional airline to learn more about its operations.
Allegiant Air begins four routes to New York Newark – also launches a further four routes.
Frontier Airlines commences seven new routes across its North American network – four will face direct competition.
OneJet launches a twice-weekly weekday service between Pittsburgh and Cincinnati – already links Pittsburgh to Hartford, Indianapolis, Louisville and Milwaukee.
Not only did Denver win its first ever Arch of Triumph certificate for the FTWA produced for the arrival of Lufthansa’s new Munich service, but it secured North America’s first win of 2016 in the process. Find out whether the region will add to its tally this week, as seven airports battle for supremacy.
Frontier Airlines begins operations on seven US domestic services – includes its first routes from San Antonio.