Articles Tagged ‘PDX’
Allegiant will have no direct competition on 28 of its 34 routes, with these 28 having an average 17,000 passengers before being stimulated.
Salt Lake City is within a whisker of 30 million seats, with Delta up strongly this summer over S19. The airport has 101 routes this year.
Allegiant to have 508 routes this summer, 13 of which have just been announced involving three new airports in its network.
We examine Anchorage and its top routes. Seattle had up to 31 daily departures and ~760,000 connected over SEA with Alaska Airlines.
As JetBlue discloses 30 new routes, we look at them + how they’ll change the carrier’s presence at Newark + Philadelphia while boosting non-NY/Boston Florida seats.
78,110 passengers, PDEW of 107, $235 average one-way fare, and strongly balanced market by origin. Calling Alaska Airlines to start Portland – Tampa.
Portland coming in 2020, but with high fares per mile and each up to 260,000 passengers to Europe, Cincinnati and St. Louis are likely for British Airways.
anna.aero looks at the development of the US market ahead of the upcoming ACI-NA JumpStart Nashville conference. Data published by the Bureau of Transportation Statistics shows that 1.01 billion scheduled passengers flew from US airports in 2018, averaging at 2.77 million travellers a day.
Alaska Airlines celebrates Route of the Week award for Everett Paine Field inauguration while Gainesville heralds Cake of the Week win
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, along with Alaska Airlines winning Route of the Week for its first operations from Everett Paine Field, Gainesville Airport in the US rejoices its Cake of the Week title for American Airlines’ inaugural from Dallas/Fort Worth.
In the fourth instalment of this year’s Arch of Triumph competition we have received our first winning entry from outside of Asia. In fact, this is the first time in 2019 that we haven’t seen any entries from Asian airports. This week is also notable for seeing the first FTWA entry of the year from […]
Alaska Airlines begins its first three routes from Everett Paine Field to Las Vegas, Phoenix and Portland.
Global turboprop capacity up 22% since 2009; Vancouver is ‘Top of the Props’ as Canada overtakes US to become top market
More than 245 million two-way seats were available on scheduled turboprop flights in 2018, a 22% increase since 2009. Nick Preston examines trends over the past decade to identify which airlines, airports and country markets have seen the biggest increases or cuts in services performed by these aircraft.