Articles Tagged ‘SFO’
Icelandair launches flights from Reykjavik/Keflavik to Dallas/Fort Worth and San Francisco.
The Icelandic air bridge between US and Europe; Copenhagen top airport from North America, but London leading city
The number of US citizens passing through Reykjavik/Keflavik over the past five years has increased by 381%, with Canadian travellers also showing a similar trend. Jonathan Ford looks at the development of passengers from North America, and informs on the top connections to Europe.
WOW air confirms India flights; targeting North American passengers with Toronto and San Francisco to be popular
On 15 May WOW air confirmed that from December it will begin non-stop flights between Iceland and India. Initially flown three times weekly, the service to Delhi will grow to five times weekly in 2019. Jonathan Ford analyses the new service and highlights what will be the top connection points via Reykjavik/Keflavik.
French Bee begins A350-900 operations to Tahiti via US.
United Airlines’ largest operation is at Chicago O’Hare, a hub which its shares with American Airlines (its third biggest base), and is growing marginally this year. Marc Watkins takes a look at the carrier’s biggest routes and country markets from the Windy City.
Air Canada opts for Omaha as latest Toronto Pearson route; also starts new Edmonton sector.
anna.aero’s Assistant Editor Jonathan Ford recently flew to Düsseldorf for Eurowings’ inaugural New York JFK service. While there he met with Ulrich Topp, Director Aviation Marketing, Düsseldorf Airport, plus his colleagues Christina Knicker and Florian Bongard, to discuss the airport’s route network plans for the future.
Iberia adds three times weekly Madrid to San Francisco route.
Transatlantic treks between Europe and the Americas; US majors lead the way in S18, London Heathrow tops airport table
Transatlantic traffic between Europe and the Americas is on the up, with available capacity increasing by 5.9% for a typical peak week in S18, compared to last year. Nick Preston takes a look capacity trends in this important market, including the leading airlines, airports and routes.
Southwest Airlines expands operations with 12 new US domestic routes – eight originate from California.
Southwest Airlines closing in on 15 million passengers at Phoenix; 290,000 extra seats added in S18; LaGuardia first new route in two years
Southwest Airlines is the second largest carrier at Phoenix after American Airlines, with it transporting 34% of passengers from the airport in 2017. Despite not launching a new route for two years, the carrier has increased its annual passenger throughput by 800,000 since 2015. Jonathan Ford explores further.
Hong Kong Airlines begins new service to San Francisco.