Articles Tagged ‘MIA’
American Airlines launched four new routes including international flights to Canada (Kitchener) and Brazil (Manaus)
American Airlines starts four new routes on 14 June involving five US airports. Taking on Alaska Airlines on two transcontinental routes.
Dutch Antilles Express now flies from Curacao in the Caribbean to Miami, Florida – the airline’s first route to the U.S.
American Airlines cuts international capacity 6% in June; UK market up 6%, Canada down 12% as three routes dropped
While its future direction remains in doubt anna.aero takes a look at which international country markets American Airlines has increased capacity this June, and where it has cut capacity. Which leading country market has seen a capacity cut despite the addition of a new route?
Speculation is growing of a possible merger between American Airlines and US Airways. But which would be the combined airline’s biggest hubs? Which would be its biggest monopoly routes (in terms of weekly flights) and what are the implications for transatlantic services?
American Airlines now flies to Barcelona in Spain from its Miami Airport hub in Florida, as well as new routes to Sioux City, Waterloo and Garden City.
Surinam Airways now flies from Paramaribo via Georgetown in Guyana to Miami, Florida in the United States.
Delta Airlines connects its LaGuardia base with 12 US cities; adds Paris CDG service from Seattle.
Interjet is the first low-cost airline to fly to Miami International Airport from Mexico City.
America’s top 20 airports grew by 2.5% in 2011; Miami fastest-growing as Houston Bush drops from 7th to 10th
Our look at America’s 20 busiest airports in 2011 reveals which grew fastest (Miami) and which saw a drop in passenger numbers (Chicago O’Hare and Houston Bush). Which two airports swopped places among the top 20 despite both reporting growth?
LAN Colombia becomes fifth LAN carrier to serve Miami.
Caribbean Airlines now flies the old Air Jamaica route from Kingston to Miami International Airport in Florida.
Mexican LCC now connects Monterrey with Miami in Florida and San Antonio in Texas. Currently has just 0.4% of the Mexican international market.