Articles Tagged ‘SEA’
Alaska Airlines begins flights from Seattle-Tacoma to San Luis Obispo and Wichita.
Virgin Atlantic Airways begins a daily 787-9 service between London Heathrow and Seattle-Tacoma.
Delta Air Lines begins new routes from Raleigh-Durham, Seattle-Tacoma and Washington Reagan.
Orlando-Tokyo is “Skyscanner Unserved Route of the Week” with 260,000 annual searches; ANA’s tenth US route from Narita?
Skyscanner’s Travel Insight software has shown that in the last 12 months nearly 260,000 potential travellers searched on the leading flight comparison site for flights between Orlando and Tokyo ‒ but the route is unserved!? With All Nippon Airways serving nine US destinations from Tokyo Narita already, and Japan Airlines seven, will Orlando become the first Floridian airport […]
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, along with Liverpool welcoming the news that Ryanair will commence a three times weekly service from Milan Malpensa, Virgin Atlantic Airways has been out in force in Seattle to promote its new link from London Heathrow which starts in March.
Victoria Airport traffic up 19% in three years; domestic market growing the quickest; Delta Air Lines returns with Seattle-Tacoma service
Victoria Airport in 2016 welcomed just under 1.86 million passengers. This is up 19% from the total of 1.56 that travelled through the airport in 2013. We take a closer look at market developments, and what airlines are doing from the British Columbia airport.
Over 80 new routes between North America and Europe launched since S12; North America to Asia routes up by 50% in same period
Our analysis reveals that 50 airports in North America have non-stop flights to Europe this summer, while 24 have non-stop service to Asia. We reveal which airports have gained the most new routes in these two markets since S12, and which airports have attained their first connections.
Air Canada in its strongest position at Vancouver in ten years; mainline operation grows 18% in 12 months; Brisbane and Delhi now served
During the past year, Air Canada’s annual seat capacity from its second largest airport operation has risen by 18%. We take a closer look at Air Canada’s expansion from the British Columbia airport during the past decade, and to see how its Jazz and Rouge operations have also played an important part in its growth.
As we were all flouncing around in Chengdu last week at World Routes, we have a double whammy of FTWAs this week, with a massive 19 airports from around the world battling it out for airport marketing glory.
Xiamen Airlines connects Xiamen and Shenzhen with Seattle-Tacoma.
Compass Airlines operates 66 routes between 44 airports; Los Angeles, Minneapolis-St. Paul and Seattle-Tacoma are its three largest bases
Compass Airlines inaugurated its first operation in May 2007 for Northwest Airlink between Minneapolis-St. Paul and Washington Dulles with a sole CRJ 200. Now it operates 62 aircraft for American Eagle and Delta Connection from three operational bases at Los Angeles, Minneapolis-St. Paul and Seattle-Tacoma. We take a look at the airline’s route portfolio and […]
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.