Articles Tagged ‘Silver Airways’
Silver Airways commences its fourth route to Cuba from Fort Lauderdale by adding flights to Holguin.
Silver Airways begins flights between Fort Lauderdale and Cienfuegos, a link it will operate twice-weekly – already serving Camaguey and Santa Clara.
Silver Airways commences its second route to Cuba from Fort Lauderdale, a five times weekly link to Camaguey.
Handling less than 1.5 million annual passengers in 2015, this small European airport joins Sydney in becoming the only two airports to have won three Arch of Triumph titles in one year. Find out which airport it is here.
Silver Airways joins JetBlue Airways by linking Fort Lauderdale to Santa Clara. Miami gains a connection to Bimini in the Bahamas.
Up until this week, Wellington Airport’s firefighters were the pride of the FTWA world, as they sat pretty much unchallenged at the top of the 2016 Arch of Triumph table. However, their 15-week residency in the #1 spot has come to an end – see which airport has stolen their crown.
Silver Airways begins services from Jacksonville, Palm Beach, Southwest Florida and Tampa to Nassau – becomes eighth point in the Bahamas for the regional carrier.
Cuba set for US airline expansion; Havana – Miami #1 required service; Sunwing Airlines overtakes Cubana to become #1 carrier
On 16 February the US and Cuba signed a deal which restored commercial air traffic rights between the two countries for the first time in five decades, which will allow dozens of new daily flights between the two nations. anna.aero takes a closer look at which routes airlines have applied for between the US and […]
Silver Airways now connects Jacksonville to Pensacola with five weekly flights, using its Saab 340s.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Japan Airlines and Los Angeles Airport celebrates Route of the Week victory for the resumption of flights from Osaka Kansai, while Rome Fiumicino Airport welcomes its first ever Qatar Airways 787-8 flight. More news from Tampa, Aberdeen and Munich airports.
Charleston wins one horse race in this week’s Arch of Triumph; North America tops inter-regional table
With the public votes just around the corner, ready to trumpet the start of the S15 season, this week heralds the end of W14/15 route launches. Mobilise your fans, friends and followers ready for next week and follow in the footsteps of last year’s public vote winners Budapest and Bucharest airports.
Silver Airways now connects Charleston to Orlando and Tampa, Jacksonville to Pensacola, as well as Northwest Florida Beaches to Orlando and Tampa, using its Saab 340s.