Articles Tagged ‘PDX’
Having had a year off, launching no new European services in S16, anna.aero can exclusively reveal expansion is back on the agenda for American Airlines in S17, as the oneworld carrier looks to begin Dallas/Fort Worth to Amsterdam and Rome Fiumicino, as well as Chicago O’Hare to Barcelona.
Southwest Airlines launches seven routes including its second service to Nassau in the Bahamas.
American Airlines launches service on 21 domestic routes of which 10 connect to Los Angeles.
Air Canada begins service from Montreal to Hamilton and Philadelphia while Toronto Pearson is linked to Portland and Salt Lake City.
Delta Air Lines commences daily service between Raleigh-Durham and Paris CDG – SkyTeam member also links Portland to Anchorage.
We had an interior shot of one of the 15 FTWAs sent in to this week’s competition, which has all the arches from the last two weeks of route launches (because we were in Krakow last week). Find out which airport sent it and whether the all-important exterior shot was good enough to win.
PenAir begins services from Portland to Arcata-Eureka and Redding onboard its Saab 340 fleet – neither route faces direct competition.
Frontier Airlines commences services on 35 US domestic routes – only three not currently served.
Virgin America faces uncertain future following Alaska Airlines purchase; 60 aircraft give it just 1.1% of US domestic market this Spring
Virgin America serves 21 US and three Mexican destinations with 60 A320-series aircraft. We reveal how the airline has developed since 2007, which are its busiest airports and biggest routes, as well as destinations no longer served.
The busiest week for 2016 so far with 11 FTWAs entered; Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden poses with its winner’s certificate
In the week before the start of S16, the Arch of Triumph competition has its busiest seven days so far, with 11 entries. With participants from Australasia, Asia, North and South America, Caribbean as well as Europe, we are truly global this week.
PenAir begins daily services between Portland and North Bend – replaces SeaPort Airlines on the sector.
Alaska Airlines now #5 in US domestic market; 30 million passengers and 20 new routes in 2015; focus on California growth in 2016
Not an LCC, not a member of a global alliance, but now the fifth biggest carrier in the US domestic market, we look at Alaska Airlines’ biggest and fastest-growing airports in 2016 and the new routes launched since the start of 2015.