Articles Tagged ‘jetBlue’

JetBlue announces LAS, LAX, SFO, and CUN from Hartford

JetBlue announces LAS, LAX, SFO, and CUN from Hartford

JetBlue today (22 September) revealed four new routes from Hartford, adding to its transcontinental push and its pursuit of the leisure dollar.

JetBlue announces 24 routes, including big transcon + strong growth at EWR, LAX, RDU

JetBlue announces 24 routes, including big transcon + strong growth at EWR, LAX, RDU

JetBlue unveiled 24 leisure routes today with 167 WF. LAX and EWR get seven routes, the latter expansion almost fully about the Caribbean, with this region having 25% of JetBlue seats.

Spirit Airlines has direct competition on 84% of routes; Southwest is #1 by route overlap

Spirit Airlines has direct competition on 84% of routes; Southwest is #1 by route overlap

With very significant head-to-head competition, we explore how this has changed and the core airlines and routes on which Spirit Airlines overlaps.


JetBlue adds 30 new routes; big focus on Florida, Newark, Philadelphia

JetBlue adds 30 new routes; big focus on Florida, Newark, Philadelphia

As JetBlue discloses 30 new routes, we look at them + how they’ll change the carrier’s presence at Newark + Philadelphia while boosting non-NY/Boston Florida seats.

Silver's South Carolina soiree

Silver’s South Carolina soiree

Silver Airways adds Charleston, South Carolina from Tampa, Orlando and Fort Lauderdale.

Florida's #1 airline is American Airlines; Southwest cut capacity

Florida’s #1 airline is American Airlines; Southwest cut capacity

American Airlines is Florida’s #1 airline with 53 million seats. While American Airlines added nearly 1 million seats YOY, Southwest cut 600,000 seats.


Melting pot of intrigue: American announces London-Boston soon after Delta

Melting pot of intrigue: American announces London-Boston soon after Delta

Yesterday, American announced it’ll restart a daily Boston-London/Heathrow. This follows Delta’s Boston-Gatwick announcement in August. London-Boston has seen strong traffic growth following fare declines from Norwegian. With market share reductions and JetBlue coming, London-Boston is a melting pot of intrigue.

Nashville Airport records eighth year of consecutive growth in 2018, reaching just under 16 million last year; Southwest continues to dominate market share

Nashville Airport records eighth year of consecutive growth in 2018, reaching just under 16 million last year; Southwest continues to dominate market share

Nashville Airport reached a milestone in 2018 with nearly 16 million passengers, a rise of 80% over 10 years. As ACI North America’s JumpStart Air Service Development Conference takes place in Nashville 3-5 June – where anna.aero is Official Media Sponsor – we thought it is an ideal time to take a closer look at Music […]

Mexico City Airport is not served by any MEB3 or Asian carriers; on course to pass 38m passengers in 2015

Mexico City Airport is not served by any MEB3 or Asian carriers; on course to pass 38m passengers in 2015

Mexico’s biggest airport recorded its busiest ever year in 2014, handling over 34 million passengers. anna.aero looks at demand since 2005, the airport’s seasonality profile and which are the leading airlines and routes from the capital.


JetBlue Airways reaches 67 destinations from JFK this summer; Reno and Grenada are newest routes

JetBlue Airways reaches 67 destinations from JFK this summer; Reno and Grenada are newest routes

JetBlue Airways has now been operating for over 15 years from its main JFK base. We reveal which are the only three routes so far dropped and which are the busiest routes in terms of ASKs, as well as when flights peaked at the airport.

JetBlue Airways jets into Reno-Tahoe

JetBlue Airways jets into Reno-Tahoe

JetBlue Airways begins its latest domestic route from New York JFK to Reno-Tahoe in Nevada.

US domestic market barely growing as airlines make huge profits; international capacity up almost 10% this summer

US domestic market barely growing as airlines make huge profits; international capacity up almost 10% this summer

As the US airline industry continues to make healthy profits, domestic capacity growth is still negligible overall. However, we reveal which of the leading domestic airlines is growing fastest. The international market is showing more signs of life and again we look to see how the leading carriers compare.