Articles Tagged ‘YQT’
In this week’s Arch of Triumph competition, eight airports from across Europe and North America compete to be crowned the latest weekly victor in this competition. Take a look to see which European airport has helped keep the momentum alive for the continent which is still the reigning champion.
Like many of the world’s biggest mega-conurbations, Toronto has a downtown and perhaps less well-known airport, called City (also known as Billy Bishop Airport). Marc Watkins takes a look at the operationally-restricted airport’s traffic split between its two incumbent airlines, as well as its biggest airport pairs.
WestJet adds domestic links from Calgary, Halifax, Toronto Pearson and Vancouver – also links Pearson to Los Angeles.
Winnipeg Airport passenger traffic is up 4% for the first six months of 2015; S15 capacity down -0.4%
For the first six months of 2015, Winnipeg Airport has witnessed just over 74,000 additional passengers fly from the facility when compared to the same time period last year, representing an increase of 4%. However despite this, S15 capacity is down -0.4% when compared to last year according to OAG Schedules Analyser data. anna.aero investigates […]
Air Transat starts winter sun routes to Mexico and Dominican Republic from Quebec City, Hamilton, Rouyn, Thunder Bay and London in Canada.
United adds services from Chicago O’Hare, IL, to Thunder Bay in Ontario; launches Washington Dulles, VA, to Fayetteville, NC; and Cleveland, OH, to Oklahoma City, OK.
WestJet starts flying from Calgary to Manzanillio and from Thunder Bay to Cancun; adds Los Angeles, CA from Kelowna.
Canada’s WestJet has launched four more low-frequency routes to help Canadians escape their cold winter weather.