Articles Tagged ‘ORD’
Rest of the World takes back-to-back wins in 2017 Arch of Triumph competition – Europe still dominates inter-regional battle
With minimal route launches typically taking place in August, one might have expected a dearth of FTWAs too. Not so. We have five airports from four regions of the world competing for the Week 30 title of the 2017 Arch of Triumph competition.
United Airlines starts flights from Chicago O’Hare and Denver – American Airlines already serves O’Hare.
Primera Air gears up to join the low-cost transatlantic market – anna.aero analyses the demand behind the carrier’s new venture
Primera Air recently confirmed that from S18 it will enter the low-cost long-haul sector across the Atlantic, with the carrier planning six new routes from bases at Birmingham, London Stansted and Paris CDG to Boston and New York Newark. We check the numbers to determine if the airline’s new venture is viable.
Last week German regional airport Friedrichshafen beat-off competition from the likes of Melbourne, Orlando and Nice to secure its first-ever Arch of Triumph title. As the airport celebrates its landmark victory, find out whether this week’s competition will be be won by a minnow or mega-hub here!
Eighth annual Euro ANNIES – Part II; No blues in Bucharest – Blue Air CEO loves his most new airports award
Well the cleverest of you will have worked out the first of the four airline winners in Part II of the Euro ANNIES awards (for the slow ones – it’s Romania’s Blue Air). But will Wizz Air, Norwegian or LOT Polish Airlines secure back-to-back wins or will the awards be soon gathering dust in the trophy […]
WOW air begins four times weekly flights between Reykjavik/Keflavik and Chicago O’Hare.
American Airlines’ international capacity drops 41% from Chicago O’Hare; shifts to domestic growth; strengthening against United
American Airlines is Chicago O’Hare’s second largest airline after United Airlines, with the oneworld member operating 35% of weekly seat capacity from the US hub this summer. Overall the carrier has increased its seats from O’Hare by 3.4% this year, however the level of growth varies in different sectors.
At the fourth time of asking, Krakow Airport finally won its first ever Arch of Triumph award last week. The airport’s fire crew even let their CO and CEO share in their fine victory! Nine more airports battle it out for the world’s biggest airport firefighting accolade this week.
American Airlines adds six routes from the Windy City that are already flown by the Star Alliance member.
Budapest Airport celebrates historical milestone with US route announcement; LOT Polish Airlines to begin New York and Chicago
On 7 July anna.aero joined Budapest Airport as it celebrated the news that it will soon have direct flights to the US once again, with LOT Polish Airlines confirming it will start direct flights from the city to New York JFK and Chicago O’Hare. Take a closer look to see how the Hungarian gateway celebrated […]
For one of this week’s 14 entrants to the Arch of Triumph competition it could mean basking in airport marketing glory for eternity (or at least until the next route launch). See which airport, drawn from five different world regions, has secured these exclusive bragging rights this week.
New York’s big three handling 20 million more passengers than in 2007; Newark passes 40 million mark; Chicago leading destination
New York’s JFK, Newark and LaGuardia airports handled over 129 million passengers in 2016, up 18% when compared to a decade ago. We take a closer look into the city that never sleeps to see how this growth has been distributed, and discover what New York’s leading unserved destinations are.