Articles Tagged ‘JFK’
Fly Jamaica Airways launches intra-Caribbean flights; starting Toronto Pearson flights in early October
The Caribbean is not the easiest place to launch new airlines. Just ask the people behind REDjet. But newcomer Fly Jamaica Airways has been serving the Kingston-JFK route since earlier this year and is now expanding its network to include Georgetown in Guyana, and Toronto in Canada. We look in detail at a week in […]
Delta Air Lines churns 2% of its route network; Seattle-Tacoma Airport gains the most as Memphis endures cuts
The world’s biggest airline (based on passenger numbers) has axed over 40 routes in the last 12 months, and started over 50. We take a closer look at which airports have gained and lost the most services during this period. We reveal which airports are the nearest challengers to Atlanta’s crown as Delta Air Lines’ […]
Kuwait Airways still waiting for major fleet upgrade; London Heathrow and New York JFK key destinations in network
Unlike other carriers in the Middle East, Kuwait Airways rarely starts new routes, has an ageing fleet, and doesn’t sponsor any European football teams. We examine which are the airline’s most important routes, and at which major European city it has recently changed airports.
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 […]
Newark Liberty Airport looks to break five-year growth flat-line; United’s new Anchorage service helps
New York Newark Liberty International Airport became Virgin America’s 20th destination back in April. Despite the carrier’s 42 weekly services, equally split between services from Los Angeles and San Francisco, the New Jersey airport is struggling to grow this year – anna.aero investigates the story behind the numbers.
American Airlines inaugurates new routes from Chicago O’Hare, Dallas/Fort Worth, Los Angeles, and Miami, as well as from New York JFK to Dublin Airport.
Delta Air Lines launches 12 routes, including flights to two Canadian destinations from New York JFK
Delta Air Lines adds services from Atlanta, GA; Los Angeles, CA; Minneapolis/St Paul, MN; New York JFK, NY; New York LaGuardia, NY; and Seattle, WA.
Norwegian finally launches long-haul flights from Oslo Airport and Stockholm Arlanda Airport to New York JFK Airport and Bangkok Airport.
XL Airways France connects Marseille Airport and New York JFK Airport with low-frequency services.
With more than half of Vancouver’s residents speaking English as a second language only, the city’s airport, Canada’s second largest and serving the country’s third most populous metropolitan area, boasts an impressive network of services to China, with most routes seeing growth this summer.
For Qatar Airways, its operations to North America are only the fifth most important region for the airline, despite the fact it is still starting plenty of new routes, including its Chicago service which launched last month, as well as recently announcing its plans for daily flights to Philadelphia.
Running scared: Like Speedy Gonzales, Aeromexico is still outrunning its competitors when it comes to maintaining its position as Mexico’s biggest airline. However, it increasingly needs the capacity of its regional subsidiary Aerolitoral (branded as Aeromexico Connect), to hold this position under growing pressure from LCCs InterJet and Volaris.