Articles Tagged ‘ORD’
As Turkish Airlines receives first A350-900, we examine the carrier’s widebody network – with widebodies used on 1/3 of network in early December.
We examine Anchorage and its top routes. Seattle had up to 31 daily departures and ~760,000 connected over SEA with Alaska Airlines.
There’s a new world order! The world’s top-20 international routes shaken up because of coronavirus – with 14 new routes. Dubai – Heathrow up from fifth.
As United Airlines unveils multiple new routes, as it redeploys 2021 capacity from Europe, we explore them and the US – India and US – Africa markets.
We explore American’s Arizona hub, its sixth-largest, at which it’ll have 98 routes this winter. We see no growth vs. 2010, but high seats per frequency.
The US’ top-100 airports: Los Angeles, Seattle, Fort Lauderdale, Nashville stand out for growth since 2010
We explore how capacity for the US’ top-100 airports changed in 2019 versus 2010. There are some big, positive standouts.
The largest 6 airports for American, Delta + United collectively had 680m seats last year, with the largest airports becoming stronger since 2010.
With Boston, Chicago O’Hare, and Phoenix coming, and increases to Atlanta, Miami, Orlando, and Tampa, Frontier’s strong growth at Philadelphia continues.
SAS Scandinavian Airlines inaugurates A350 services between Copenhagen and Chicago on 28 January.
19% of United Airlines’ seats are now international, with Mexico – US its #1 connecting country-pair and Houston IAH is #1 international connecting hub.
In this week’s edition, a total of 29 new routes were launched by some 21 airlines, including KLM’s new nonstop service between Amsterdam and Las Vegas- the first direct connection between Holland and the US state of Nevada.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Finnair celebrates 50 years of its New York Newark-Helsinki route, United launches a connection into Canada, La Compagnie replaces B757s with A321neo and SunExpress launches 6 additional routes out of Düsseldorf.