Articles Tagged ‘DEN’
Southwest’s 10 new routes will have 231 weekly departures. It’ll now serve 105 airports in mid-March – and it has a new shortest route.
We examine Anchorage and its top routes. Seattle had up to 31 daily departures and ~760,000 connected over SEA with Alaska Airlines.
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?
All change for Southwest! We explore its three new airports + investigate Denver – its new #1 airport – with 57 routes and 1,196 weekly departures.
United Express begins two routes, Aer Lingus Regional’s final pieces of its Belfast City puzzle, Jazeera Airways becomes the only carrier to Dhaka, + more.
United Express began Rochester – Denver on 1 October, with connectivity across multiple states. Phoenix is the top market.
The largest 6 airports for American, Delta + United collectively had 680m seats last year, with the largest airports becoming stronger since 2010.
Southwest Airlines’ top-10 airports saw 186m seats and ~157m passengers, for SLF of 84%. 118m were local O&D, while 39m were in transit. Chicago Midway #1.
Denver has 95 million seats, up 17 million in 5 years – mainly from United’s expansion. United, Southwest and Frontier have 84% of Denver’s capacity.
Frontier Airlines has had a turbulent past, including bankruptcy protection. But since 2015, it has actively pursued its ULCC model which has resulted in it nearly doubling in size to 27 million seats. anna.aero explores this airline and its approach to route development, which is now highly focused on leisure markets away from Denver.
The beginning of the summer season sees a lot of the world’s airports organising new route celebrations – and that means lots of delicious new route cakes. On top of that, it also means a lot of Fire Truck Water Arches (FTWAs) which all vary. The execution of these airline celebrations is important to the […]
anna.aero looks at the development of the US market ahead of the upcoming ACI-NA JumpStart Nashville conference. Data published by the Bureau of Transportation Statistics shows that 1.01 billion scheduled passengers flew from US airports in 2018, averaging at 2.77 million travellers a day.