Articles Tagged ‘Frontier Airlines’

Frontier Airlines rolls into Little Rock

Frontier Airlines rolls into Little Rock

Frontier Airlines resumes operations between Denver and Little Rock after a four-year hiatus. 

Middle East takes its first Arch of Triumph win

Middle East takes its first Arch of Triumph win

The Middle East has become the fifth global region to scoop a weekly win in 2018, joining Asia, Australasia, North and South America. Find out which of the region’s global mega hubs has been the first to fly the Arch of Triumph winner’s flag.

Frontier Airlines cha-chas into Charleston

Frontier Airlines cha-chas into Charleston

Frontier Airlines now links the South Carolina city to Philadelphia and Denver. 


North America wins its first Arch of Triumph award of 2018

North America wins its first Arch of Triumph award of 2018

While we love to receive inside-aircraft FTWA images, the anna.aero judges are traditionalists and do prefer their water arches captured outside the inaugural aircraft. See how the external FTWA from this route launch performs against the other three entries from around the world we have received this week.

Frontier Airlines jumps onto Denver-Jacksonville city pair

Frontier Airlines jumps onto Denver-Jacksonville city pair

Frontier Airlines adds its 46th non-stop route from its biggest base.

Frontier Airlines bolsters Austin network with announcement of 14 more domestic routes, with schedules indicating it will base two A320s

Frontier Airlines bolsters Austin network with announcement of 14 more domestic routes, with schedules indicating it will base two A320s

On 8 February Frontier Airlines confirmed a further 14 routes would be launched from Austin for this year’s upcoming summer season, adding to the five new services already confirmed for S18. Jonathan Ford looks at which services will begin, and how quickly the airline has expanded from the Texan city in recent years.


US regional airports accounted for 19% of seats in 2017; ULCCs report greatest growth; Pittsburgh and Cleveland are on the up

US regional airports accounted for 19% of seats in 2017; ULCCs report greatest growth; Pittsburgh and Cleveland are on the up

With much of the recent talk in US route development surrounding the topic of secondary cities gaining transatlantic service, anna.aero has decided to see what the trends are at the nation’s regional airports, ranging from passenger traffic gains to last year’s seat capacity increases.    

Washington's big three handling 10 million more passengers than in 2008; Southwest presides over capital; Atlanta leading destination

Washington’s big three handling 10 million more passengers than in 2008; Southwest presides over capital; Atlanta leading destination

Washington Dulles, Washington Reagan and Baltimore/Washington airports are expected to handle over 73 million passengers in 2017, up 18% when compared to 10 years ago. Marc Watkins takes a closer look into the main airports serving the US capital, investigates the traffic split between the three, and reveals what Washington’s leading destinations are.

Airbus and Boeing's delivery rate improved 3.1% in 2017, with 1,481 units being distributed; 200-unit delivery mark broken in December

Airbus and Boeing’s delivery rate improved 3.1% in 2017, with 1,481 units being distributed; 200-unit delivery mark broken in December

Airbus and Boeing delivered 210 units between them in the last month of 2017, the first time in recent history that both companies have passed the 200-aircraft mark. For a third consecutive month, December saw Airbus outperform its US rival for deliveries, distributing a whopping 44 more units. 


Airlines launched 3,500+ routes in 2017, Ryanair remains number one for new services as LCCs continue to dominate

Airlines launched 3,500+ routes in 2017, Ryanair remains number one for new services as LCCs continue to dominate

anna.aero has analysed its New Route Database to highlight the most newsworthy network statistics for 2017. We reveal the top airlines for new routes last year, plus the top 15 country markets and airports. We also look ahead to 2018, which promises to be busy with over 1,400 new routes announced already.

Tampa Airport is tantilized by its latest Cake of the Week win

Tampa Airport is tantilized by its latest Cake of the Week win

In this week’s Network Planning Community News, along with Tampa’s Cake of the Week win, Hamburg, Hannover and Belgrade airports celebrate 2017 passenger milestones, while AirAsia triumphs five years of operation from Kunming in China. 

Frontier Airlines forms six new domestic sectors

Frontier Airlines forms six new domestic sectors

Frontier Airlines begins six US domestic routes – only one faces no direct competition.