Articles Tagged ‘MCO’
Virgin America faces uncertain future following Alaska Airlines purchase; 60 aircraft give it just 1.1% of US domestic market this Spring
Virgin America serves 21 US and three Mexican destinations with 60 A320-series aircraft. We reveal how the airline has developed since 2007, which are its busiest airports and biggest routes, as well as destinations no longer served.
Cuba set for US airline expansion; Havana – Miami #1 required service; Sunwing Airlines overtakes Cubana to become #1 carrier
On 16 February the US and Cuba signed a deal which restored commercial air traffic rights between the two countries for the first time in five decades, which will allow dozens of new daily flights between the two nations. anna.aero takes a closer look at which routes airlines have applied for between the US and […]
Philadelphia is American Airlines’ sixth largest hub after the oneworld member’s merger with US Airways; Orlando #1 destination
Since the two carriers merged in October last year, American Airlines has become the largest carrier from Philadelphia, with the airline commanding 73% of monthly seats from the hub. anna.aero takes a look to see how the oneworld member’s original four routes from the airport have evolved since the merger, and what the combined operation […]
UK-US market set to break 15-year-old record; Oakland, Salt Lake City and San Jose raise number of destinations served non-stop to 30
The UK-US market peaked as long ago as 2000 but this year could set a new record. We look at historic traffic data, which carriers and destinations are growing fastest and what impact the value of the US Dollar may have on demand.
British Airways expands London Gatwick Airport network without significant increase in flights; New York and Lima highlights for S16
Once upon a time British Airways was the leading carrier at London Gatwick. Now it is less than half the size of easyJet there, but it is growing again and has added a dozen new routes in the last two years. We take a closer look at the leading routes (by ASKs) and country markets […]
Air Canada commands the show in the US – Canada market; seat capacity up 2.9% between the two nations
After recording a growth in seat capacity between the two country markets over the past 12 months of 8.0%, Air Canada remains the number one carrier, with fellow Canadian airline WestJet second. However, airlines based on the north side of the border are faring much better than their US counterparts. anna.aero takes a closer look […]
On 12 January, Allegiant Air announced that it would commence operations from Baltimore/Washington to Asheville, Cincinnati, Knoxville, Lexington, Savannah and Tulsa. With this news, anna.aero decided to review how the airport is looking in regards to its airline and route mix, and also to see how passenger traffic has developed over the past few years.
Frontier Airlines begins four new routes from Florida – two from Orlando to Kansas City and Milwaukee and two from Southwest Florida to Detroit and Indianapolis.
Spirit Airlines begins daily services between the two cities in direct competition with Southwest Airlines and JetBlue Airways.
Delta Air Lines adds 13 new routes to its network just in time for 2016 with four launching from Atlanta, one from Los Angeles, two from Orlando and six from Seattle-Tacoma.
National Airlines begins services from Orlando Sanford to Windsor in Canada and San Juan in Puerto Rico.
WestJet begins five new international services – two of which connect Charlottetown and Toronto with Florida.