Articles Tagged ‘US airport trends’
77% of US domestic air routes are a monopoly; nine routes have at least five airlines fighting for passengers
The US domestic air travel market consists of around 2,800 routes, of which more than three-quarters are operated by just one carrier. We take a closer look at which routes are ultra-competitive, with two routes from Los Angeles each being served by six carriers. We reveal what the impact of on-going mergers will have on […]
Sweet success: New routes will drive expected 8% growth this year.
America’s top 20 airports grew by 2.5% in 2011; Miami fastest-growing as Houston Bush drops from 7th to 10th
Our look at America’s 20 busiest airports in 2011 reveals which grew fastest (Miami) and which saw a drop in passenger numbers (Chicago O’Hare and Houston Bush). Which two airports swopped places among the top 20 despite both reporting growth?
UK overtakes Mexico to become second biggest country market for US travellers this summer after Canada
International capacity from US airports is up around 1% this June versus last year. But which country markets are growing fastest? Which US airports offer the most international services and which have been growing fastest in the last year?
We’ve collected detailed traffic data for the top 20 airports in America last year. How many of them grew their passenger numbers in 2010 and which were the notable exceptions? Which was the only top 20 airport to report double-digit growth? Which airlines are moving up (and down) the rankings?
17 of US top 20 airports growing in 2010; domestic air travel still down 8% vs 2007; load factors up on 2009
We take a closer look at the US market in 2010 and examine how the top 20 airports have performed compared with 2009. Also, which airlines are growing fastest in November, and which have seen the biggest jump in load factors?
Only half of America’s top 30 airports reporting capacity growth; Charlotte only airport growing more than 10%
In the USA only 15 of the country’s top 30 airports are reporting capacity growth. Which are growing fastest (and shrinking the most) and which new routes have helped Charlotte grow by more than 10%?
We reveal the latest traffic trends in Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Europe (eight countries), India, Japan, Mexico, Russia and the USA. See which markets are showing signs of recovery and which are still struggling. We don’t think you’ll find this much useful aviation data in one place anywhere else on the web.
US domestic air travel market; over 300 routes dropped by biggest airlines in last year though Allegiant adds 13
Since the beginning of last summer the biggest US airlines have abandoned some 300 routes, but which airlines have been wielding the axe most vigorously? And which airlines have actually increased the number of city-pairs served? Three of the top 20 US domestic airports have seen route growth. Which ones?
San Francisco and Denver were the fastest-growing airports in the US top 10 last year. Which other airports are still reporting growth and which are having a harder time? And which major airport just doesn’t like to share?
US domestic capacity may be down over 10% this winter, but American airlines are increasingly looking abroad for growth. Which are the leading airlines operating international services to and from the US and which are the leading airports and country markets?
Nine of America’s top 20 airports are now reporting a year-to-date reduction in passenger numbers. In August, 12 of 16 reporting airports showed a fall in demand. But which airports are bucking the trend and still growing?