Articles Tagged ‘Delta’
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.
With multiple airlines retiring Boeing 747-400s, we look at the type’s top operators and routes globally this decade. Which are in and which aren’t?
We’re reporting from the 25th IAFS, with content from management at five airlines. Sun Country’s CEO: “Our close-in fares are now stronger than last year”.
Delta will have 151 routes from Atlanta – but more flights to Chattanooga than to BOS and LGA. 58 airports have been cut YOY, but two new routes coming.
W20 looks to be a bumper one for Palm Springs, despite – or because of – coronavirus. This builds on the airport passing three million seats last year.
Over 90% of Delta traffic on Rio – ATL connects over its Georgia hub, so we see where. This route had a higher SLF than the carrier’s system average.
American Airlines’ growth at Daytona Beach will almost double the airport’s network. It’ll also mean it connects it to 40 destinations over Dallas, growing AA’s penetration to these from its present ¼.
Amsterdam busiest in Europe with 835 daily flights, Eurocontrol shows; we explore Schiphol’s network
Amsterdam is fighting back. KLM had 35 routes with 3+ daily flights on 21 August. Of all regions, we see that Latin America is very strong, with this region the least affected.
San Jose has grown very strongly, with Southwest, Alaska, and Delta primarily accounting for this. We examine what’s been happening.
Aeroflot’s North America network had over 1 million seats last year. We examine its development and look in particular at Miami’s connections, with Miami having above-avg SLF + the highest local fare.
We explore how capacity at the US’ top-100 airports changed in 2019 versus 2010 on a % basis. Leisure markets feature highly, with some major airports thrown in.