Articles Tagged ‘SAN’
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 begins daily flights to El Paso from San Diego and Seattle-Tacoma.
Frontier Airlines expands its network from Austin, Jacksonville, Las Vegas, San Antonio and San Diego.
Frontier Airlines begins 25 new routes with many launching from the carrier’s new San Antonio base.
Allegiant Air debuts Asheville and Bellingham from Denver while San Diego is linked to Eugene.
Frontier Airlines adds 56 routes to its S18 programme – adds to the six routes already launched this year.
Lufthansa adds flights to destinations in China, Moldova, UK and the US.
WestJet’s Calgary capacity up for seventh straight year in 2017; Vancouver and Las Vegas top domestic and international links
WestJet offered nearly 5.2 million seats from Calgary in 2017, an increase of 2.5% when compared to the previous year. Nick Preston takes a look at the airline’s network developments from the Canadian airport since 2008, including its growth trends and leading domestic and international links.
Southwest Airlines begins five routes from US bases to destinations in Aruba and Mexico.
Alaska Airlines debuts two new Dallas Love Field sectors – Southwest Airlines competes on both.
US regional airports accounted for 19% of seats in 2017; ULCCs report greatest growth; Pittsburgh and Cleveland are on the up
With much of the recent talk in US route development surrounding the topic of secondary cities gaining transatlantic service, anna.aero has decided to see what the trends are at the nation’s regional airports, ranging from passenger traffic gains to last year’s seat capacity increases.
Alaska Airlines offering 27 million seats from Seattle-Tacoma; growth rate slows in 2017 as it prepares to open second point in city
Alaska Airlines is certainly a carrier expecting to take more from Seattle, with the airline confirming its first flights from Paine Field to an initial eight cities. Not surprisingly, these sectors are all flown from Seattle-Tacoma, with 600 weekly departures being offered by Alaska Airlines, plus nearly 470 weekly competing services.