Articles Tagged ‘STL’
Portland coming in 2020, but with high fares per mile and each up to 260,000 passengers to Europe, Cincinnati and St. Louis are likely for British Airways.
anna.aero looks at the development of the US market ahead of the upcoming ACI-NA JumpStart Nashville conference. Data published by the Bureau of Transportation Statistics shows that 1.01 billion scheduled passengers flew from US airports in 2018, averaging at 2.77 million travellers a day.
Southwest Airlines launches flights between Oakland and Honolulu – adds another eight routes too.
Frontier Airlines begins 28 new routes, with 20 involving a connection to or from Florida.
Sun Country Airlines beings six new routes to Nashville – also expands from Portland and Tampa.
Tampa Airport wins Cake of the Week W18/19 public vote Part I; pick your winner from the 21 cakes in Part II – voting extended
With Tampa Airport tasting success in Part I for the cake it commissioned for Swoop’s first flight from Hamilton, it is now time for Part II of the W18/19 public vote. With another 21 entries this week, which will be your choice for Cake of the Week?
Sun Country Airlines adds flights to Dallas/Fort Worth from Southwest Florida and Tampa.
Six airports battled it out in a special transatlantic edition of the Arch of Triumph this week, with two European and four US facilities fighting it out to claim victory. With five baptisms for low-cost launches, and the other a niche regional service, see which airport took the title in Week 32 of the 2018 […]
Frontier Airlines begins 25 new routes with many launching from the carrier’s new San Antonio base.
Southwest Airlines begins flights on four new domestic city pairs – only one faces no direct competition.
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.
The summer keeps moving on and so does the number of water arches that we receive, with another 17 sent in this week. Another seven days like that and we will pass the 200-mark of FTWAs three weeks sooner than last year.