Articles Tagged ‘MCO’
Frontier Airlines begins 28 new routes, with 20 involving a connection to or from Florida.
Sun Country Airlines beings six new routes to Nashville – also expands from Portland and Tampa.
GOL makes a solid return to the US market by linking Brasilia and Fortaleza with the Floridian airports.
Along with cake, anna.aero is allowing the readers of anna.aero to vote for their favourite Arch of Triumph during the first week of W18/19. With 20 to choose from, make sure to select and vote for your favourite water salute.
Norwegian begins eight news routes from five different airports including its first flights to Montreal.
Swoop commences its first four routes to the US at the start if W18/19.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Santo Domingo Airport in the Dominican Republic celebrates a new service to Orlando with Spirit Airlines. There is also news of an anniversary at Amsterdam, and of Emirates making Hamburg its 50th A380 destination.
Frontier Airlines launches a twice-weekly service to the Louisiana airport from Denver and Orlando.
American Airlines remains top carrier at Washington Reagan with 50% of annual capacity since 2016; airline’s seats static at capital airport in 2018
American Airlines will provide 14.67 million two-way seats on flights serving Washington Reagan Airport in 2018, representing a marginal 0.2% decline in capacity compared to last year. Nick Preston examines the US carrier’s growth and network developments at the US capital airport over the past 10 years.
A total of seven airports across Europe, North America and the Caribbean entered this week’s Arch of Triumph competition. With an average score of 27.6 out of 40, it has certainly been a par week of performances. Find out here to see which airport did enough to climb into the top ten with its superb display.
Spirit Airlines launches flights from Orlando to seven destinations – six already flown to by other airlines.
Spirit Airlines increased Houston Intercontinental traffic by 18% in Q1 2018; airport accounts for 8.2% of the airline’s annual traffic
Spirit Airlines is one of the leading ULCCs at Houston Intercontinental Airport, handling a network of 20 destinations. Jonathan Ford looks at the carrier’s recent growth from the Texan hub, which it has served since September 2012, including its top connections and its focus on international markets.