Articles Tagged ‘United’
United Airlines now flies from Newark Liberty Airport to Istanbul Atatürk Airport in Turkey, the hub of its Star Alliance partner Turkish Airlines.
This week’s Network Planning Community News features photo coverage from the celebrations of the 20th anniversary of a key transatlantic route, but which organisations are key drivers that create business demand for the route?
United Express launches flights from Newark Liberty Airport to Nantucket in Massachusetts.
United Airlines now flies from Washington Dulles Airport to Dublin Airport in Ireland as well as Honolulu, Hawaii.
Colorado gets new non-stop link to Iceland while United plans Tokyo flights with 787s from Denver starting in 2013
Colorado’s Denver airport set a traffic record in 2011 but dropped a place in the world rankings, who to? Which are Denver’s best served and busiest routes and how do fares compare on Frontier and Southwest where they compete? Which new routes have started in the last 18 months and what other airports are there […]
United Airlines starts new route from San Francisco to Washington Reagan.
United Airlines now flies to Manchester in the United Kingdom from Washington Dulles Airport.
United launches daily flights from Washington Dulles to Doha via Dubai.
The Continental name has joined America West, Eastern, Northwest, Pan-Am and TWA in the history of US aviation. So now that the merged airline has a single reservation system what sort of network does United have? We reveal the leading airports (by flights and ASKs) and look at the biggest routes (as measured by ASKs).
United now flies between Los Angeles, California and Durango in Mexico.
United links Mammoth Yosemite Airport to San Diego (daily) and Santa Ana (four-times weekly) during winter season using SkyWest CRJ700s.
Data for November shows few major changes at US airlines. US Airways was the only GUS4 airline to grow its RPMs versus a year ago, but how quickly are the likes of Alaska Airlines and Hawaiian Airlines growing? How do load factors compare with a year ago? And how do they compare with a month […]