Articles Tagged ‘ORF’
This service comes about from being the largest market from Norfolk to the West Coast, strong YOY traffic growth, high average fare, and 95% SLF from last year’s nine-week trial.
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.
Allegiant Air launches Cleveland Hopkins International Airport to Norfolk International Airport route on 06 June.
Southwest Airlines’ Nashville traffic up 54% in 10 years; January to September traffic climbs 11%; five new routes in 2019
Southwest Airlines is the largest operator at Nashville, transporting over 7.45 million passengers from the airport in 2017, up from 4.83 million in 2008. Jonathan Ford looks at the airline’s expansion from the airport in recent years, its performance for the first three quarters of 2018, and its top connections.
Frontier Airlines begins 28 new routes, with 20 involving a connection to or from Florida.
Six airports battled it out in a special transatlantic edition of the Arch of Triumph this week, with two European and four US facilities fighting it out to claim victory. With five baptisms for low-cost launches, and the other a niche regional service, see which airport took the title in Week 32 of the 2018 […]
Frontier Airlines begins 25 new routes with many launching from the carrier’s new San Antonio base.
PSA Airlines traffic grew 127% from 2014 to 2017, thanks to American Airlines CRJ transfer; 48% of routes involve Charlotte Douglas
PSA Airlines, which operates under the American Eagle brand, flew just shy of 12.63 million passengers in 2017, up from only 5.57 million in 2014. Jonathan Ford takes a closer look into the Dayton-based operator, seeing how traffic has progressed and which airports are enjoying the benefits of this major growth.
Allegiant Air introduces new domestic connections from Jacksonville and Nashville.
United Airlines launched 10 domestic routes plus an international link from California to Europe.
Allegiant Air begins non-stop flights on seven routes that are not served by other carriers.
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.