Articles Tagged ‘Delta’
Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport has celebrated two route launches. Delta has launched a new daily nonstop service to New York-JFK, while Air Canada has resumed its daily nonstop service to Toronto.
Delta Air Lines has restored its nonstop service between Prague and New York-JFK. The route is operated with the 767-300. Before boarding, passengers were treated to a carnival atmosphere, enjoying refreshments as well as a cake-cutting ceremony.
Delta is now operating flights from Munich to its hub in Detroit again, in addition to its service to Atlanta. This route was previously operated until summer 2019. Travellers can fly daily from Munich to the automotive metropolis in the US state of Michigan with an A330-200.
Delta has 120 routes and almost 2,600 weekly flights each way from Minneapolis in mid-April. We examine its network from this hub.
Tel Aviv has 12 routes to North America this year, its highest number to date. New York – JFK and Newark – will have up to 11 daily non-stops this summer.
We look at the world’s top-10 long-haul narrowbody operators and routes, together with the most dominant aircraft and countries.
Salt Lake City is within a whisker of 30 million seats, with Delta up strongly this summer over S19. The airport has 101 routes this year.
The world’s top-20 airline list has seen huge change this winter, with China Southern now third. Chinese carriers now have seven places and Asian airlines 11.
London Heathrow remains the top long-haul route at New York JFK this winter, but there are big changes to the top-10 with five new routes entering.
Savannah has grown very strongly and will have eight routes in W20 that weren’t operated in W19. Yet the airport remains woefully underserved by non-stops.
Salt Lake City became the ‘new SLC’ following the opening of two new concourses. This week, SLC has 85 routes, with Denver top.
With the Boeing 737 MAX re-entry coming, we look at the crucial NGs. In this first part, it’s the -600 & -700; the -600 has just 0.30% of NG seats globally.