Articles Tagged ‘PHL’
American Airlines continues to expand its presence in Europe with the return of its seasonal service to Portugal, operating daily between Lisbon (LIS) and Philadelphia (PHL). The airline’s LIS-PHL route resumed on 28 March 2022 and will operate until 29 October 2022.
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.
Tel Aviv has 12 routes to North America this year, its highest number to date. New York – JFK and Newark – will have up to 11 daily non-stops this summer.
Air Canada begins Toronto – Doha, American launches TWO routes from Daytona Beach, Wizz Air starts Gibraltar, and MANY more.
American began Daytona Beach to both Dallas Fort Worth and Philadelphia on 17 December, with both routes important for connectivity and P2P demand.
With Seattle times mirroring other North American routes, connectivity over Doha will be big. Traffic of 350,000 – excl. Alaska Airlines feed – targeted.
Melbourne is to have a larger international network than domestic. We look at what’s happening and key unserved US markets from the Florida airport.
W20 looks to be a bumper one for Palm Springs, despite – or because of – coronavirus. This builds on the airport passing three million seats last year.
American Airlines’ growth at Daytona Beach will almost double the airport’s network. It’ll also mean it connects it to 40 destinations over Dallas, growing AA’s penetration to these from its present ¼.
These 15 airports had 126 million seats last year, down 22 million vs. 2010. Yet since 2015, 13 have been clawing back capacity, with seats up 9.5 million.
We explore American’s Arizona hub, its sixth-largest, at which it’ll have 98 routes this winter. We see no growth vs. 2010, but high seats per frequency.
Aer Lingus to use A321neos to Newark + Toronto, with its A330-300s having 50% higher costs, RDC Apex platform shows
As Aer Lingus will use its A321neos on more transatlantic routes from S21, replacing its mainstay A330-300s, we see how the two aircraft differ economically.