Articles Tagged ‘Toronto’
Waltzing Matilda Aviation to launch Connect Airlines with scheduled passenger services to Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport
Massachusetts-based charter operator Waltzing Matilda Aviation plans to start scheduled passenger services in October 2021 with the launch of Connect Airlines. The new airline will connect Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport with business centres in the US Northeast and Midwest, as John Thomas, CEO Waltzing Matilda Aviation, explains to anna.aero.
Flair Airlines will face direct competition on 75% of its coming 24 routes – most without an LCC. The summer will be key for the Canadian carrier.
Tel Aviv has 12 routes to North America this year, its highest number to date. New York – JFK and Newark – will have up to 11 daily non-stops this summer.
Air Canada began Montreal to Bogota on 16 January, joining Toronto. Montreal to Bogota had around 37,000 round-trip P2P passengers in 2019.
Swoop has 15 routes this winter, with seven domestic and eight international. Edmonton is top, followed by Toronto, a new airport for the carrier.
Air Canada begins Toronto – Doha, American launches TWO routes from Daytona Beach, Wizz Air starts Gibraltar, and MANY more.
Air Canada started Toronto – Doha on 15 December. This route fully coordinates with Qatar Airways’ North America schedules, showing the closeness of the carriers’ partnership.
Indianapolis has welcomed three new routes this year, with its eyes on West Coast service and Europe access, aided by a new incentive scheme.
With Air India announcing Delhi – Vancouver and United starting Chicago, we explore Delhi’s top-20 international routes last year. Where features?
We examine Ukraine International’s Kiev – JFK, which began in 2014. Last year, 73% of its JFK traffic transiting over Kiev, with Tel Aviv #1.
Over 90% of Delta traffic on Rio – ATL connects over its Georgia hub, so we see where. This route had a higher SLF than the carrier’s system average.
Aer Lingus to use A321neos to Newark + Toronto, with its A330-300s having 50% higher costs, RDC Apex platform shows
As Aer Lingus will use its A321neos on more transatlantic routes from S21, replacing its mainstay A330-300s, we see how the two aircraft differ economically.