Articles Tagged ‘ICT’

Lisbon lions roar for the fourth time this year

Lisbon lions roar for the fourth time this year

Now firmly established as the airport to beat when it comes to water arches, the Portguese capital city facility now has its fourth Arch of Triumph certificate of 2018 on the fire station walls. Find out which four other airports merely made up the numbers this week.

Frontier Airlines wows with Wichita service

Frontier Airlines wows with Wichita service

Frontier Airlines connects the cities of Denver and Wichita.

Alicante elated with Arch of Triumph victory as another airport climbs to the top of the 2017 leader board

Alicante elated with Arch of Triumph victory as another airport climbs to the top of the 2017 leader board

This week Alicante has celebrated winning the Arch of Triumph competition for the FTWA that has placed it second in the overall competition for 2017. However, one week on from its victory and it has already dropped to third due to the wonder that anna.aero’s judges have been sent this week from another European airport. […]


Alaska Airlines adds to domestic network from Seattle-Tacoma

Alaska Airlines adds to domestic network from Seattle-Tacoma

Alaska Airlines begins flights from Seattle-Tacoma to San Luis Obispo and Wichita. 

A new leader in the 2016 Arch of Triumph competition

A new leader in the 2016 Arch of Triumph competition

Up until this week, Wellington Airport’s firefighters were the pride of the FTWA world, as they sat pretty much unchallenged at the top of the 2016 Arch of Triumph table. However, their 15-week residency in the #1 spot has come to an end – see which airport has stolen their crown.

Allegiant Air unveils 11 unique routes

Allegiant Air unveils 11 unique routes

Allegiant Air begins service on 11 US domestic city pairs none of which are already served.


Southwest Airlines skates onto 11 new sectors

Southwest Airlines skates onto 11 new sectors

Southwest Airlines begins 11 new routes – five face direct competition.

Southwest Airlines expands Texas' Dallas Love Field Airport seat capacity by 38% in S15 thanks to repeal of Wright Amendment

Southwest Airlines expands Texas’ Dallas Love Field Airport seat capacity by 38% in S15 thanks to repeal of Wright Amendment

Southwest Airlines has added 34 new routes from Dallas Love Field over the past year, resulting in the airline increasing capacity from the airport by 38%. anna.aero looks into this expansion, and also which markets have been trimmed following the repeal of the Wright Amendment.

Southwest lands in Wichita with three new routes

Southwest lands in Wichita with three new routes

Southwest Airlines has launched six new routes including three at Wichita Airport to Chicago Midway Airport, Dallas Love Field Airport and Las Vegas Airport.


New routes launched during the last week<br/> (Tuesday 25 May - Monday 31 May)

New routes launched during the last week
(Tuesday 25 May – Monday 31 May)

In the last week, Russian airports saw the most new routes launched, followed by airports in the UK. The US, Italy, Spain, Greece, China and Norway also had multiple launches, while the rest of the week’s 41 new routes took place in Canada, Tunisia and across Europe and Asia.

New routes launched during the last week
(Saturday 14 Nov – Friday 20 Nov):

nl201109-100.gifA big anna.aero welcome this week to LAM Mozambique Airlines making its first appearance in our news section. We also have details (and celebratory pictures) of new routes started this week in Angola, Azerbaijan, Australia, Bahamas, China, Denmark, El Salvador, Honduras, India, Italy, Malaysia, Mexico, Mozambique, Netherlands, Pakistan, Poland, Russia, Sudan, Thailand, the UAE, and the USA.