Articles Tagged ‘MSP’
Endeavor Air has 124 aircraft serving 105 airports; hubs at Minneapolis-St. Paul, Detroit and New York’s JFK and LaGuardia airports
Endeavor Air, formerly known as Pinnacle Airlines, flies under the Delta Connection banner for Delta Air Lines. Its four hubs account for nearly 44% of its weekly departing seat capacity this winter. We take a closer look at the US regional airline to learn more about its operations.
Delta Air Lines moves its daily link to the Japanese capital from the US airport from Tokyo’s Narita to Haneda Airport.
Delta Air Lines is largest of SkyTeam’s 20 members with 25% of seats; Guangzhou joins Atlanta and Paris CDG in top three hubs
SkyTeam has 20 airline members which cover a network of over 1,000 airports in 177 countries across 3,700+ routes. We take a closer look at the size of all the carriers, the alliance’s top airports, as well as its top 12 routes in relation to ASKs and seats.
Compass Airlines operates 66 routes between 44 airports; Los Angeles, Minneapolis-St. Paul and Seattle-Tacoma are its three largest bases
Compass Airlines inaugurated its first operation in May 2007 for Northwest Airlink between Minneapolis-St. Paul and Washington Dulles with a sole CRJ 200. Now it operates 62 aircraft for American Eagle and Delta Connection from three operational bases at Los Angeles, Minneapolis-St. Paul and Seattle-Tacoma. We take a look at the airline’s route portfolio and […]
Albuquerque’s traffic is at its lowest level since 1990; Southwest Airlines is largest carrier, flying 55% of traffic in 2016 so far; Allegiant Air arrives
In June Albuquerque welcomed its latest carrier – Allegiant Air – which commenced twice-weekly flights from Las Vegas and Austin-Bergstrom. Hopefully Allegiant Air will help boost traffic to the New Mexico city which is welcoming nearly two million fewer passengers than it did in 2007. We look at how the airport’s other carriers are performing […]
Having had a year off, launching no new European services in S16, anna.aero can exclusively reveal expansion is back on the agenda for American Airlines in S17, as the oneworld carrier looks to begin Dallas/Fort Worth to Amsterdam and Rome Fiumicino, as well as Chicago O’Hare to Barcelona.
American Airlines launches service on 21 domestic routes of which 10 connect to Los Angeles.
Delta Air Lines links Detroit to Munich, Minneapolis-St. Paul with Reykjavik/Keflavik and New York JFK with Edinburgh – also adds transborder sector between Salt Lake City and Toronto Pearson.
Southwest Airlines begins 11 new routes – five face direct competition.
Spirit Airlines begins services on six US domestic routes – Atlanta, Los Angeles, Minneapolis-St. Paul, New Orleans and Philadelphia each garner two new sectors.
Frontier Airlines commences services on 35 US domestic routes – only three not currently served.
American Airlines commences operation on new routes from its Charlotte Douglas, Chicago O’Hare, New York LaGuardia and Washington Reagan hubs – five will face direct competition.