Articles Tagged ‘SFO’

Orange County’s domestic market makes up 96% of the airport’s overall seat capacity; Phoenix remains #1 route

Orange County’s domestic market makes up 96% of the airport’s overall seat capacity; Phoenix remains #1 route

Orange County this winter will be connected to 26 destinations, of which only four are international. So far in 2015, passenger traffic to the Californian airport is up 6.7%, with the facility expecting to reach the 10 million milestone if this trend continues. As the domestic market is so significant to the airport, anna.aero looks […]

Virgin America hops to Honolulu

Virgin America hops to Honolulu

Virgin America begins daily services on the 3,853-kilometre San Francisco to Honolulu city pair. United Airlines and Hawaiian Airlines also compete on the sector.

United Airlines launches three new regional services

United Airlines launches three new regional services

United Airlines has commenced services from its hubs at New York Newark, San Francisco and Washington Dulles to airports in Ohio, Arkansas and Illinois.


Frontier Airlines commences eight new routes

Frontier Airlines commences eight new routes

Frontier Airlines begins services from Las Vegas, Orlando and Philadelphia to destinations across the US and Jamaica.

United Airlines grows all five of its major hubs by between 0% and 5% in 2015; controversial Newark-Columbia route load factors revealed

United Airlines grows all five of its major hubs by between 0% and 5% in 2015; controversial Newark-Columbia route load factors revealed

We reveal United Airlines’ 12 biggest airports and track monthly growth at the five biggest hubs since 2011. Plus load factor details of the controversial Newark-Columbia route that may have contributed to CEO’s recent resignation.

Copa Airlines commences San Francisco

Copa Airlines commences San Francisco

Copa Airlines begins flights to the Californian hub from Panama City, allowing passengers to connect onto United Airlines’ extensive network.


British Airways to start flights to San Jose – not New Orleans

British Airways to start flights to San Jose – not New Orleans

Do you know the way to San Jose? This cabbie did and so will BA next summer when it plans to launch daily services to the Californian city. We thought New Orleans would have been the next US destination for the oneworld carrier, but the Silicon Valley airport was on our radar too.

Top 15 routes in relation to capacity, ASKs and frequency revealed

Top 15 routes in relation to capacity, ASKs and frequency revealed

anna.aero investigates the top 15 routes in relation to the three factors of capacity, ASKs and frequency, and looks to see how they have changed over the past five years.

El Al to return to Miami and Chicago following 787 order

El Al to return to Miami and Chicago following 787 order

El Al recently ordered enough 787-8s and 9s to replace its entire long-haul fleet and then some. Our data elves believe this deal will see the carrier return to the two previously served routes of Miami and Chicago. Other long-haul destinations in the US and Asia could also be on the cards – find out […]


American Airlines becomes #1 carrier in US-Mexico market while Southwest Airlines is the fastest growing

American Airlines becomes #1 carrier in US-Mexico market while Southwest Airlines is the fastest growing

American Airlines has passed United Airlines to become the number one carrier in the market between the US and Mexico. However, LCCs are growing in the country pair market at a much greater rate than full service carriers. anna.aero looks into the market expansion to see which airports have seen the greatest capacity increases, and […]

American Airlines overtakes Delta Air Lines and United Airlines to become #1 at Los Angeles

American Airlines overtakes Delta Air Lines and United Airlines to become #1 at Los Angeles

The merger of American Airlines and US Airways has resulted in the ‘new’ American becoming the number one carrier out of Los Angeles, with the number one carrier in S14, United Airlines, slipping to third. anna.aero investigates to see which airlines are growing the most from the Californian hub, and which markets are becoming more popular.

United Airlines dominates San Francisco, having nearly five times more weekly seats than #2 carrier Delta Air Lines; Will drop JFK in October

United Airlines dominates San Francisco, having nearly five times more weekly seats than #2 carrier Delta Air Lines; Will drop JFK in October

United Airlines has one of its largest bases at San Francisco, and is indeed the largest airline at the hub, with the carrier boasting 85 non-stop destinations this summer. Its domination shows when compared to the airport’s second largest airline, who has just nine routes this summer. But will the loss of JFK effect the […]