Articles Tagged ‘Orlando’
Frontier Airlines has launched three new routes from New York Stewart International Airport to destinations in Florida. On 25 October, the airline launched a four times weekly service to Orlando. This was followed on 2 November with three times weekly services to both Miami and Tampa.
Aer Lingus has launched its first transatlantic service from the UK, with its non-stop route from Manchester to Barbados. Meanwhile, from 1 December, the airline will begin operating its first ever non-stop flights from Manchester to New York JFK.
Virgin Atlantic will set up home in Edinburgh later this year, offering direct services to Barbados and Orlando. The route to Barbados will be Scotland’s only direct service to the Caribbean and will launch on 5 December 2021. Flights to Orlando will launch on 30 March 2022.
Spirit Airlines had its inaugural launch from Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport (MKE) on 24 June 2021, starting daily nonstop services to Las Vegas, Los Angeles, and Orlando. MKE celebrated with special cookies for passengers and crew, a beach display, and a water cannon salute for the first flight, winning anna.aero’s prestigious Route of the Week […]
The Routes Americas 2021 conference heard from four leading airports – Philadelphia International Airport, SEA Milan Airports, Aeropuertos Dominicanos Siglo XXI (Aerodom), and Lima Airport – on how they have embraced transformation to future-proof their businesses and helped to create a stronger, more resilient industry in the long-term.
The Routes Americas 2021 conference featured a panel discussion focused on ‘Bringing Back Tourism – How to Stimulate Demand?’ Participating in the session were the U.S. Travel Association, Visit Orlando, Disney Destinations, Experience Kissimmee, and Visit Florida.
Routes Americas 2021 is taking place on 23-25 June, both virtually and in-person in Orlando, marking a much-anticipated return of face-to-face networking. The official anna.aero Routes Americas Daily is being distributed at the event and is packed with key interviews, plus the latest news from exhibitors. Read the digital page-flip version.
The Routes Americas 2021 conference heard from the two leading ultra low cost carriers in the Americas – Frontier Airlines and Spirit Airlines – on how they have re-planned their networks during COVID-19, what their major plans are for the next few years to rebuild demand, and what they need from airports during this time.
The Routes Americas 2021 conference included a session focused on the ‘State of the Airport Industry in the Americas’. Matthew Cornelius, Executive Vice President, Airports Council International (ACI) – North America, discussed the impact of COVID-19 on the airport business in the Americas and the path to recovery.
In the Routes Americas 2021 conference, Peter Cerdá, Regional Vice President the Americas, IATA, outlined the state of the airline industry in the Americas. The session covered how the region could tackle COVID-19, as well as long-term competitiveness in the areas of infrastructure, taxes and charges, regulatory framework and environmental sustainability.
Routes Americas takes place this month (Orlando, 23-25 June), marking a much-anticipated return of face-to-face networking. Over 600 meetings have already been scheduled for the event and more than 230 organisations are currently registered to attend, including 41 airlines and 160 airports.
Routes is launching a brand-new virtual event – TakeOff Cargo – to support stakeholders involved in the development of air cargo transportation. The event takes place on 20-21 July 2021. Meanwhile, Routes Americas takes place next month (Orlando, 23-25 June), marking a much-anticipated return of face-to-face networking, and Routes has confirmed a stellar conference programme.