Articles Tagged ‘Spirit Airlines’
Following a few unsettling years, Tampa, FL, is now back on the growth track. But which airline has increased its presence the most in the Florida airport over last year? Which is the largest international destination by capacity? And what new routes will the New Year bring?
Spirit Airlines launches new low-cost routes to Florida and Los Cabos in Mexico.
European and North American airlines prepare for minimal winter growth as Asia’s airlines schedule for 8% more ASKs
With the start of the (northern) winter scheduling season just days away we take a look at the three biggest aviation regions on the planet and see which major airlines are adding capacity and which are cutting capacity this winter.
Spirit Airlines now flies from Houston George Bush Intercontinental Airport to Chicago O’Hare and Las Vegas McCarran.
Spirit Airlines now flies the intra-Texas route from Dallas/Fort Worth Airport to George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston.
Baltimore/Washington welcomes Spirit Airlines and Condor in 2012; Southwest/AirTran share 71% of traffic in 2011
BWI handled a record 22.4 million passengers last year and ranks 23rd among US airports. But how has traffic developed since 1970, which are the leading carriers and routes, and how do domestic air fares compare with elsewhere in the US?
Spirit Airlines now flies to Baltimore/Washington Airport from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas.
American Airlines still dominates Dallas/Fort Worth; Spirit Airlines growing fast, Emirates flights arrived in February
The fourth busiest US airport has hardly grown in a decade but that doesn’t mean that there aren’t lots of new services to get excited about. How many destinations will Spirit Airlines be serving by next summer and how do domestic fares compare with other US airports?
We now have full Q2 data for America’s biggest airlines. Which airlines are growing fastest? Which airlines are shrinking? And which carriers reported the biggest load factor improvement in June? And which carriers didn’t achieve an 85% load factor last month?
Spirit Airlines now flies from Dallas/Fort Worth to Detroit, Portland and San Diego – as well as to its first international destination; Toluca in Mexico.
Spirit Airlines now offering 18 daily flights and ultra low fares to 15 destinations non-stop from Dallas/Fort Worth
ULCC Spirit Airlines has launched non-stop flights to 15 destinations from Dallas/Fort Worth in little more than a year. Four of these started last week. How much competition does American Airlines provide and which other carriers compete head-to-head? On which three routes does Spirit have a monopoly?
Spirit Airlines starts Minneapolis/St. Paul service with daily flights to Chicago O’Hare and Las Vegas.