Articles Tagged ‘DAY’
PSA Airlines traffic grew 127% from 2014 to 2017, thanks to American Airlines CRJ transfer; 48% of routes involve Charlotte Douglas
PSA Airlines, which operates under the American Eagle brand, flew just shy of 12.63 million passengers in 2017, up from only 5.57 million in 2014. Jonathan Ford takes a closer look into the Dayton-based operator, seeing how traffic has progressed and which airports are enjoying the benefits of this major growth.
United Airlines launched 10 domestic routes plus an international link from California to Europe.
Southwest Airlines now handling over 17 million passengers from Baltimore/Washington; only 3.7% of traffic flies on non-US routes
Baltimore/Washington is Southwest Airlines’ second largest hub, and in 2016 the carrier handled over 17 million passengers from the US East Coast airport. anna.aero takes a closer look at how traffic has developed with the carrier in recent years, and analyses the performance of its international routes.
Allegiant Air begins four routes to New York Newark – also launches a further four routes.
Southwest Airlines begins 11 new routes – five face direct competition.
Allegiant Air begins services on eight US domestic routes facing no direct competition – all served twice-weekly.
Established in 1965 to provide services between Appleton and Chicago, Air Wisconsin has grown rapidly beyond those cities, offering services to a total of 67 destinations this October. As the airline’s traffic began to stabilise in recent years, anna.aero takes a closer look at Air Wisconsin’s recent activity and its top 12 busiest airports by […]
American Airlines adds 11 new routes from Dallas/Fort Worth, TX and New York La Guardia, NY, using A319s, ERJ 145s and CRJ 700s.
Southwest Airlines launches 17 new routes; Atlanta takes four new services.
Delta launches daily flights to nine new domestic destinations from JFK. Only carrier on six of them, competes with jetBlue on the rest.
AirTran adds seven US domestic routes and three routes to Mexico.
Ohio’s hubs at Cincinnati (Delta) and Cleveland (Continental) have seen major cutbacks; only one EU service left
The self-proclaimed ‘birthplace of aviation’, Ohio’s airports suffered in 2009. Cincinnati’s passenger numbers have halved in four years as Delta downsized dramatically. And who remembers Columbus-based Skybus?