Articles Tagged ‘KEF’
Dallas-Taipei is “Skyscanner Unserved Route of the Week” with 65,000 searches; China Airlines’ next US route?
In the past 12 months, Skyscanner’s Travel Insight software has shown that nearly 65,000 potential travellers searched on the leading flight comparison site for flights between Dallas and Taipei ‒ but the city pair is unserved!? With China Airlines due to add Ontario to its US route map in S18, will Dallas become its next transpacific […]
Malmö-London is “Skyscanner Unserved Route of the Week” with 75,000 searches; Flybe’s next niche route from London Southend?
In the last year, Skyscanner’s Travel Insight software has shown that nearly 75,000 potential travellers searched on the leading flight comparison site for flights between Malmö and London ‒ but the city pair is unserved!? With Flybe carving out a network of niche inbound routes into the UK capital city from its London Southend operation will […]
WestJet shakes things up on the transatlantic front from Halifax by announcing its first 737 MAX 8 routes – London Gatwick and Paris CDG
WestJet has announced that from April it will begin daily flights from Halifax to London Gatwick and Paris CDG, marking its first operations to the French capital. The news means that the carrier will be the first to link North America to mainland Europe using 737 MAX 8s. Jonathan Ford investigates further.
Low-cost long-haul flights up by 38% for S18; Norwegian extends lead over AirAsia X; Gatwick now top airport
The low-cost long-haul (LCLH) market continues to gather momentum after another year of double-digit growth. We reveal the leading airlines and airports for S18, with flights up 38% compared to the previous year, and the number of departure airports increasing by more than one third.
St. Petersburg celebrates Route of the Week accolade for the arrival of Qatar Airways, while Orlando Melbourne toasts Cake of the Week win
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Icelandair announces that it will begin a seasonal route to Kansas City starting 25 May 2018, while Allegiant Air has confirmed two new sectors from Pittsburgh for S18. More news also from Luxair at Berlin Tegel and SilkAir in Darwin.
USB3 hubs in 2017 – American Airlines chops, Delta Air Lines stagnates, United Airlines…is doing O.K.
It has certainly being an interesting year for the USB3 – American Airlines, Delta Air Lines and United Airlines – in terms of marketing and public image, passenger experience and 747 farewells, so we decided to compare the airlines’ hub growth to see which airports are the winners and losers.
Florida’s airports handled seven million more passengers in 2016 than 2015; Miami, Orlando, Fort Lauderdale and Tampa have 80% of traffic
Florida’s leading airports in 2016 handled over 168 million passengers, up 4.4% when compared to 2015. With the state being home to 6.4% of the US’ population, but over 20% of the nation’s flying travellers, anna.aero has taken a close look at the developments in the Sunshine State during recent years.
London Southend Airport wins W17/18 FTWA public vote Part I; pick your Arch of Triumph from the 15 entries in Part II
Having effectively mobilised their followers on Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, Pinterest and Snapchat, London Southend Airport won Part I of the Arch of Triumph W17/18 vote. There are another 15 FTWAs to choose from in Part II of this bi-annual competition this week.
Icelandair begins a three times weekly operation between Reykjavik/Keflavik and Berlin Tegel.
Air Greenland sees traffic grow 7.8% in 2016 to 426,000 passengers; reports strongest load factor result in over a decade with it above 67%
Air Greenland serves an island with a population of 56,500 people, meaning that the carrier flew approximately 7.5 passengers per head in 2016. After flying its largest number of passengers last year, and achieving one of its best recorded average annual load factors, we delve deeper to find out more about the airline.
Montreal is Air Canada’s fastest growing hub in S17; mainline and Rouge indicating double-digit growth while Express shows capacity cuts
While Air Canada has shown significant growth from Montreal during the past few years, its additional capacity has not been distributed evenly among the domestic, transborder and international sectors. anna.aero investigates where the focus of the airline’s growth has been, and highlights what routes are being launched next.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Ryanair announces that it is going to open its 87th base at Bourgas Airport, plus Qatar Airways confirms its start date for Cardiff services. More news also from Norwegian and Frontier Airlines, along with San Jose, Stockholm Arlanda and Amsterdam airports.