Articles Tagged ‘HOU’
AirTran Airways launches new routes from Atlanta, Baltimore/Washinton, Chicago Midway, Houston Hobby and five other airports.
Texas airports on track to handle over 150m passengers in 2013; over 40 new routes launched so far this year
With anna.aero being live in Texas next week at the IATA Slots Conference in Fort Worth we thought we would take a look at this US economic powerhouse state whose airports handle the same number of passengers as all of Italy and which are on track to pass 150 million passengers in 2013. Some 20 […]
AirTran Airways inaugurated four new domestic routes in one day, linking Fort Myers Airport to Port Columbus Airport; Orlando Airport to Houston Hobby and New Orleans Airports, plus; Fort Lauderdale Airport to Pittsburgh Airport.
Southwest Airlines starts services from Houston Hobby Airport, to Washington Reagan Airport.
JetBlue Airways launches services from Boston Logan Airport to Houston Hobby Airport in Texas.
HOU’s the BOSs? JetBlue’s latest Boston route closes gap on New York JFK; just four routes dropped in last 12 months
JetBlue is now in its 14th year of operation and is growing by around 6% this summer. New York JFK and Boston are the leading airports for the airline’s mixed fleet of A320s and E190s, but we take a closer look at which airports have been growing fastest in the last 12 months, and how […]
With Houston Hobby showing better performance than the city’s main airport, it is no surprise that Southwest Airlines is preparing to launching its first international services there within the next three years.
Southwest Airlines has launched six new routes including three at Wichita Airport to Chicago Midway Airport, Dallas Love Field Airport and Las Vegas Airport.
Southwest Airlines starts 16 routes all on April 14th
Southwest Airlines inaugurates services from Key West, FL, to New Orleans, LA.
Southwest now links Chicago Midway and Oklahoma City, and Houston Hobby and Seattle-Tacoma.
AirTran now flies between Fort Lauderdale, Florida and San Juan, Puerto Rico as well as from San Antonio and Austin in Texas to Mexico.