Articles Tagged ‘LAX’
Last week German regional airport Friedrichshafen beat-off competition from the likes of Melbourne, Orlando and Nice to secure its first-ever Arch of Triumph title. As the airport celebrates its landmark victory, find out whether this week’s competition will be be won by a minnow or mega-hub here!
Eighth annual Euro ANNIES – Part II; No blues in Bucharest – Blue Air CEO loves his most new airports award
Well the cleverest of you will have worked out the first of the four airline winners in Part II of the Euro ANNIES awards (for the slow ones – it’s Romania’s Blue Air). But will Wizz Air, Norwegian or LOT Polish Airlines secure back-to-back wins or will the awards be soon gathering dust in the trophy […]
New York’s big three handling 20 million more passengers than in 2007; Newark passes 40 million mark; Chicago leading destination
New York’s JFK, Newark and LaGuardia airports handled over 129 million passengers in 2016, up 18% when compared to a decade ago. We take a closer look into the city that never sleeps to see how this growth has been distributed, and discover what New York’s leading unserved destinations are.
Xiamen Airlines links Xiamen with Los Angeles three times weekly.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Marseille welcomes the arrival of Air Canada Rouge while Jet2holidays celebrates 10 years of operation and seven million passengers carried. More news also from Krasnodar and Stockholm Arlanda airports.
SkyWest Airlines is present at over 230 airports flying for United Airlines, Delta Air Lines, American Airlines and Alaska Airlines
SkyWest Airlines in 2016 carried over 31 million passengers, up 3.7% when compared to 2015. The airline serves as a feeder carrier, operating under contract with various US airlines. We take a closer look at how SkyWest has evolved in recent years, and look further into its extensive network of over 230 airports.
Allegiant Air adds six new markets to its route map, with four of them being unique city pairs.
LEVEL celebrates its inaugural services with its first flights to Los Angeles and Oakland.
Last week we looked at which airlines were the most dynamic in the US market. This week we have seven US ANNIES awards for airports, four for growth and three for network/carrier development. We even have a tie in one category as seven different airports claim victory.
Norwegian serves 60+ destinations from Copenhagen; routes to Spain and US account for over half of all ASKs; Oakland is newest destination
For Norwegian, Copenhagen is its third biggest base after Oslo and Stockholm. Since 2009 the network has expanded from 20 to over 60 routes. We reveal how the network has grown, the leading routes in S17 by ASKs and biggest country markets by seats.
For a seventh year running, airlines across the US have been celebrating their wins in the anna.aero US ANNIES. Take a closer look to see which airlines have been celebrating this week in Part I of the awards, with the airport winners to be revealed next week in Part II.
airberlin adds three times weekly service to Los Angeles from Berlin Tegel.