Articles Tagged ‘MIA’

GOL cuts 18 routes; but more US routes possible via Santo Domingo hub

GOL cuts 18 routes; but more US routes possible via Santo Domingo hub

A slowdown in the growth of the Brazilian economy has encouraged GOL (which lost money in 2011 and 2012) to make significant cuts in its domestic network. We reveal which routes (domestic and international) have been cut, and which new routes have been added. We also reveal which three of the airline’s top 12 airports […]

XL Airways France increases its US offering from Paris CDG to four destinations

XL Airways France increases its US offering from Paris CDG to four destinations

XL Airways France inaugurates services from Paris CDG Airport to Miami Airport in Florida.

Dutch Antilles Express adds extra three routes to its US network

Dutch Antilles Express adds extra three routes to its US network

Dutch Antilles Express connects Curaçao with Orlando; launchs Miami route from both Aruba and Port-au-Prince.


American Airlines launches second route to Lima; adds two routes from Miami and one each from Los Angeles and New York JFK

American Airlines launches second route to Lima; adds two routes from Miami and one each from Los Angeles and New York JFK

American Airlines resumes services from Dallas/Fort Worth, TX, to Lima; launches domestic services from Los Angeles, CA, and New York JFK, NY; connects Miami, FL, with two Caribbean destinations.

LAN commences services from Rio de Janeiro to Florida

LAN commences services from Rio de Janeiro to Florida

LAN inaugurates daily flights from Rio de Janeiro to Miami-Dade, FL.

TACA bites into LAN’s territory; 13%+ capacity growth in Lima

TACA bites into LAN’s territory; 13%+ capacity growth in Lima

As the large AviancaTaca nears full operational alignment, TACA brand will soon disappear. anna.aero examines how has TACA’s network changed following the merger with Colombian Avianca.


GOL launches new US services via Santo Domingo

GOL launches new US services via Santo Domingo

GOL connects Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo Guarulhos to both Miami, FL, and Orlando, FL, with flights via Santo Domingo.

US-Caribbean to deliver over 7.5 million seats in W’12/13; nine more routes to come

US-Caribbean to deliver over 7.5 million seats in W’12/13; nine more routes to come

Fancy a vacation somewhere warm, with clear seas and clear skies? anna.aero’s guide on how to get from the US to the Caribbean this winter.

American Airlines resumes services to Asunción in Paraguay; adds third route to Honduras from Miami and 18th to Mexico from Dallas/Fort Worth

American Airlines resumes services to Asunción in Paraguay; adds third route to Honduras from Miami and 18th to Mexico from Dallas/Fort Worth

American Airlines launches flights from Miami to Asunción in Paraguay and to the island of Roatan in Honduras; American Eagle flies from Dallas/Fort Worth to Puebla in Mexico.


Aeroflot’s welcome to Miami; Eindhoven bakes cake for Wizz Air; 200,000 Lufthansa passengers at Moscow Vnukovo

Aeroflot’s welcome to Miami; Eindhoven bakes cake for Wizz Air; 200,000 Lufthansa passengers at Moscow Vnukovo

91 routes were launched this week around the world, but there were other celebrations as well, including the opening of new taxiway in Brisbane. But which airline’s route launch cake from last week has now reached us? And services from which German airports generated 200,000 passengers on Lufthansa to Moscow Vnukovo?

Aeroflot launches six new international routes from Moscow Sheremetyevo

Aeroflot launches six new international routes from Moscow Sheremetyevo

Aeroflot starts flying from Moscow Sheremetyevo to Ashgabat in Turkmenistan; Samarkand in Uzbekistan and Sanya in China; adds services to Hurghada, Miami and Tallinn.

Rhode Island bakes cake to celebrate jetBlue Florida announcement; Miami Airport gets monorail link

Rhode Island bakes cake to celebrate jetBlue Florida announcement; Miami Airport gets monorail link

Only 11 new routes were launched worldwide last week, but other occasions were celebrated with cakes. Which US state welcomed the announcement of two new jetBlue routes? And why is Miami a bit more like London, Paris and Tokyo?