Articles Tagged ‘US airports’

US carriers still growing internationally; Canada still #1 destination, JFK #1 airport

Article Thumbnail: Lead StoryUS 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?

Sweet dreams for LAX*; A380 and Emirates both make first appearance at airport as major development plans are revealed

Article Thumbnail: Airport AnalysisThe world’s busiest O&D airport has had a busy few weeks PR-wise. Which are its biggest airlines and how competitive are the busiest routes? Which new airline has made it into the airport’s Top 10 for the first time this winter?

Not so Happy Hawaii* sees capacity drop by 30% after Aloha’s collapse

Article Thumbnail: Country FocusThe islands of Hawaii will see the biggest year-on-year capacity cut this winter of any US ‘state’ as a result of Aloha’s demise in March. But which are the leading airports and carriers operating on inter-island, mainland USA and international flights? We reveal all.

US election not boosting traffic at Washington’s two major airports; United adding Dubai this winter, JetBlue heads south

Article Thumbnail: Airport AnalysisWashington’s two major airports are struggling this year to match the 45 million passengers they handled in 2007. United dominates IAD and US Airways is the clear leader at DCA, but how much of an issue are the high fares?

US Airways defying US trends with healthy growth at its main Charlotte hub

Article Thumbnail: Base AnalysisCharlotte is one of the world’s top 30 airports for passengers and US Airways dominates the airport with over 85% of capacity on more than 120 routes. But on which trunk routes does it face competition and which routes is it dropping (temporarily or permanently). And what are fares like?

Small US airports not as doomed as feared

Small US airports not as doomed as fearedDespite reported fears that many communities could lose all their air services, our research shows that there will be just as many US airports operating scheduled services in November as today. However, capacity will be down 10% and the number of airports with just a single service will climb from 160 to 173. But which hubs are these ‘solitary’ routes serving?

SFO welcomes new airlines to support growth

Article Thumbnail: Airport AnalysisSFO may have turned 80 this year, but August 2007 is likely to be remembered for years to come as the month when both Southwest and Virgin America started flights from the airport. Which are the leading airlines at SFO and what role does international traffic play? What role do near neighbours Oakland and San Jose play?