Articles Tagged ‘LAX’
W20 looks to be a bumper one for Palm Springs, despite – or because of – coronavirus. This builds on the airport passing three million seats last year.
Over 90% of Delta traffic on Rio – ATL connects over its Georgia hub, so we see where. This route had a higher SLF than the carrier’s system average.
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.
Aeroflot’s North America network had over 1 million seats last year. We examine its development and look in particular at Miami’s connections, with Miami having above-avg SLF + the highest local fare.
The US’ top-100 airports: Los Angeles, Seattle, Fort Lauderdale, Nashville stand out for growth since 2010
We explore how capacity for the US’ top-100 airports changed in 2019 versus 2010. There are some big, positive standouts.
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.
The largest 6 airports for American, Delta + United collectively had 680m seats last year, with the largest airports becoming stronger since 2010.
Delta has never been a large user of 777s, and their earlier-than-planned end comes as no surprise. We look at why & at the type’s top operators.
Southwest Airlines’ top-10 airports saw 186m seats and ~157m passengers, for SLF of 84%. 118m were local O&D, while 39m were in transit. Chicago Midway #1.
Check out network planning news as it happens on our Instagram daily digests! In this week’s new airline routes launched, SAS relaunches Copenhagen – Los Angeles, and Tampa International wins cake of the week.
SAS Scandinavian Airlines returns to Los Angeles; significant opportunity as rival Norwegian cuts back transatlantic network.
anna.aero looks at the development of the US market ahead of the upcoming ACI-NA JumpStart Nashville conference. Data published by the Bureau of Transportation Statistics shows that 1.01 billion scheduled passengers flew from US airports in 2018, averaging at 2.77 million travellers a day.