Articles Tagged ‘YEG’
US Airways commences seven new routes from Philadelphia, PA, Phoenix, AZ, Charlotte Douglas, NC and Los Angeles. Faces competition on three of them.
Canadian airport traffic up 4% in Q1; WestJet launches transatlantic flights from St. John’s to Dublin
Canada’s leading airports reported traffic growth of under 3% in 2013, but 2014 has started better with passenger numbers up over 4% in Q1. We have the latest traffic data (by market segment) from the country’s busiest airports and look at some of the more interesting new routes that have launched in 2014.
American Airlines adds 11 new routes from Dallas/Fort Worth, TX and New York La Guardia, NY, using A319s, ERJ 145s and CRJ 700s.
Icelandair links Reykjavik/Keflavik and Edmonton four times weekly with 757s from 5 March.
Canada’s airports awaiting impact of WestJet Encore and Air Canada Rouge; Q1 traffic at busiest airports up less than 1%
Canada’s airports saw traffic growth of around 4% in 2012, but 2013 is not looking as positive so far. We have the latest traffic data (by market segment) from the country’s busiest airports and reveal which market segment is growing fastest.
United Airlines inaugurates services from New York Newark, NJ, to Edmonton Airport.
Canada’s major airports have reported lower growth in Q2 than in Q1 this year, but which airports still reported growth of over 5%? Which airports are doing best (and worst) in each market segment so far this year? And which African airline has launched flights to Toronto?
Canada’s airports have seen traffic grow by a healthy 5% in the first three months of this year. But which are the fastest-growing airports, how much are the domestic, transborder and international markets growing at each of the top eight airports, and which airlines will be introducing new services at the biggest airports?
Edmonton’s new US departures area; transborder traffic up 8% in 2011; Heathrow flight generates 100k pax
Canada’s fifth busiest airport recently opened improved facilities for its transborder (US) passengers. But how have passenger numbers developed during the last decade? Which market segment grew fastest in 2011 and which international destinations are served?
Canada’s major airports are experiencing a solid, if unspectacular 2011. Most are growing, but not by much. But how does each major airport’s growth vary by geographic region, and which airport recently opened a brand new terminal designed by a globally-famous architect?
Leading Canadian airports report traffic figures for 2011 H1; Montreal Trudeau and Toronto Pearson lead way
Canada’s airports have mostly had an undramatic start to 2011 in terms of passenger growth. But looking at the domestic, transborder and international segments which of the country’s top eight airports have performed best (and worst) in each of these regional categories so far this year?
Ahead of Christmas, we have seen 83 new routes launch! You might have thought that route launch celebrations would be more low-key as Christmas celebrations take over, but we dare almost say it has been the contrary. We have fantastic photos from route launches all across the world!