Articles Tagged ‘US airports’

Wilkes-Barre/Scranton airport welcomes American Airlines; 85% of passengers connecting via major hubs to/from AVP

Wilkes-Barre/Scranton airport welcomes American Airlines; 85% of passengers connecting via major hubs to/from AVP

This airport near both Philadelphia and New York handles over 400,000 annual passengers and was recently visited by anna.aero’s Editor. But how has its network of hub feeding services changed in recent years?

United's 120 destinations from Denver; six newest routes all operated by SkyWest; London only European service

United’s 120 destinations from Denver; six newest routes all operated by SkyWest; London only European service

Unlike several other major US hubs, United’s at Denver has seen network expansion although overall capacity has been reduced. How much competition does the carrier face on its busiest routes from Frontier and Southwest?

JetBlue dominant at Long Beach with 30 daily departures to 13 destinations; operational restrictions limit growth

JetBlue dominant at Long Beach with 30 daily departures to 13 destinations; operational restrictions limit growth

Long Beach is just 30 kilometres from Los Angeles and has some interesting attractions. But why is the airport with its famous art deco terminal not growing? And which other LCC has just started new flights from the airport?


US airlines launch over 30 new routes this week in time for summer peak; Delta dominates domestic hub rankings

US airlines launch over 30 new routes this week in time for summer peak; Delta dominates domestic hub rankings

This has been a popular week for US carriers to launch new routes but which are the most significant? What domestic market share do the top 15 carriers have in the US, and what has Sun Country done with a 737 this week?

Atlanta airport still busiest in the world; Delta dominant with 75% of passengers; no sign (yet) of jetBlue or Southwest

Atlanta airport still busiest in the world; Delta dominant with 75% of passengers; no sign (yet) of jetBlue or Southwest

Will Atlanta be the first airport in the world to handle 100 million annual passengers? Which are the leading domestic routes and what share do international flights have? Which new routes have been gained (and lost) recently?

Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport (ECP) opens; Delta and Southwest share 40 daily flights

Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport (ECP) opens; Delta and Southwest share 40 daily flights

What’s this? A new airport in the US and Southwest is the first airline to operate from it? How many passengers are likely to pass through the airport in its first year? And which cities are connected to the airport on a daily basis?


Miami dominates US to Latin America and Caribbean; London Heathrow top international route

Miami dominates US to Latin America and Caribbean; London Heathrow top international route

The largest airport in Florida relies greatly on American Airlines’ hub, but what are the other major US carriers’ presence like? Which are the main destinations offered? And how dominant is the airport’s Latin American and Caribbean network?

American adding 10 new routes at Chicago O'Hare and resuming several more; steps up competition with United

American adding 10 new routes at Chicago O’Hare and resuming several more; steps up competition with United

American has cut capacity by 13% in the last two years at its second busiest base but it has expansion plans for this summer. What impact will this have on United, and which routes are returning to the network after an absence?

Portland now 30th busiest US airport; Alaska/Horizon leading airline; new Air Canada service to Toronto starts in June

Portland now 30th busiest US airport; Alaska/Horizon leading airline; new Air Canada service to Toronto starts in June

Portland ranks #30 in the US with 13 million passengers but has no dominant base carrier. Which are the busiest routes and how many international services are there? And why is the ‘Spruce Goose’ relevant?


Louisiana celebrates Superbowl victory; Frontier takes on Southwest and United on New Orleans - Denver route

Louisiana celebrates Superbowl victory; Frontier takes on Southwest and United on New Orleans – Denver route

New Orleans accounts for over 70% of airport traffic in Louisiana, but which other airports have scheduled services. And which airports do they all fly to? Which one route does Allegiant operate in the state?

Southwest takes #1 spot in St Louis as American ditches hub; adds eight new routes

Article Thumbnail: Airport FocusPassenger numbers at St Louis are less than half of what they once were as American has gradually dismantled its hub leaving several markets unserved. Southwest is adding routes but how many international services are there?

Will new US – Japan bilateral help boost falling demand? Access to Haneda may be key

Will new US - Japan bilateral help boost falling demand? Access to Haneda may be keyA new US – Japan bilateral agreement promises to open up competition across the Pacific. How has traffic between these two major economies fared over the last 20 years and which are the leading airlines and airports involved.