Articles Tagged ‘IND’
Portland coming in 2020, but with high fares per mile and each up to 260,000 passengers to Europe, Cincinnati and St. Louis are likely for British Airways.
Allegiant launches twice weekly flights to West Palm Beach from Indianapolis; winter capacity at Indy up 19% year-on-year.
Spirit Airlines launches daily flights to Newark, LaGuardia and Indianapolis from Tampa; adds over 400,000 passengers in 2019.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Vancouver Airport celebrates as Delta Air Lines converts its Atlanta link to a year-round service, Münster/Osnabrück confirms Corendon Airlines’ base announcement, plus news on Routes Americas 2020 and the new Silk Sky air transport forum to be hosted by St. Petersburg Airport.
American Airlines remains top carrier at Washington Reagan with 50% of annual capacity since 2016; airline’s seats static at capital airport in 2018
American Airlines will provide 14.67 million two-way seats on flights serving Washington Reagan Airport in 2018, representing a marginal 0.2% decline in capacity compared to last year. Nick Preston examines the US carrier’s growth and network developments at the US capital airport over the past 10 years.
Allegiant Air traffic from Punta Gorda up 37% in H1 2018; six based aircraft operating a 40-destination network; Cincinnati is leading route
Punta Gorda is Allegiant Air’s fourth largest airport operation in terms of weekly seat capacity in S18, with the airline transporting 1.24 million passengers from the airport last year. Jonathan Ford takes a closer look at the carrier’s expansion from the airport since 2010 and highlights its top routes this summer.
Delta Air Lines links Los Angeles to Paris CDG and Amsterdam while Seattle-Tacoma gains Indianapolis.
Delta Air Lines adds Paris CDG route from Indianapolis – also expands at Atlanta and New York JFK.
Allegiant Air, flydubai and Transavia post multiple entries in this week’s Arch of Triumph competition
Special livery aircraft featuring the Egyptian National Football Team, three airlines with multiple entries, five global regions doing battle, this week’s Arch of Triumph competition has got it all. Which one of the 10 entries will be victorious??
Frontier Airlines begins flights on new US domestic services – also expands San Juan operations.
Allegiant Air now links Sarasota with Cincinnati, Indianapolis and Pittsburgh.
Southwest Airlines expands operations with 12 new US domestic routes – eight originate from California.