Articles Tagged ‘YUL’

Canadian capacity increased by 34% from 2008 to 2017; foreign flights account for most seats; Portugal fastest-growing international market

Canadian capacity increased by 34% from 2008 to 2017; foreign flights account for most seats; Portugal fastest-growing international market

There were 139.28 million two-way seats serving Canadian airports in 2017, 34% more than in 2008. Nick Preston examines the main trends in this market over the past 10 years, including a comparison of domestic and international capacity and the fastest-growing airports and international country markets.

Naples shows off its 'From Russia with Love' Cake of the Week win

Naples shows off its ‘From Russia with Love’ Cake of the Week win

In this week’s Network Planning Community News, LEVEL launches its first operations to Canada, while East Midlands Airport welcomes UK Aviation Minister Baroness Sugg. More news also from Oman Air which introduces 787 services to Manchester, plus Leeds Bradford, Bristol and Hermes airports. 

Air Canada Rouge commences three Canadian domestic connections

Air Canada Rouge commences three Canadian domestic connections

Air Canada Rouge launches Montreal to Victoria; Toronto Pearson gets Kamloops and Nanaimo services.


Lisbon scores second Portuguese hat-trick in a week

Lisbon scores second Portuguese hat-trick in a week

The FTWA competition is continuing to hot up with another 21 entries received this week. There’s strong representation from Europe, plus examples from North America and the Caribbean. This week’s result sees a previous 2018 winner extend a remarkable winning run. Find out more here.

Air Canada Rouge launches second Lisbon link

Air Canada Rouge launches second Lisbon link

Air Canada Rouge launches three times weekly service between Montreal and the Portuguese capital. 

Lisbon Lions take second title in three weeks

Lisbon Lions take second title in three weeks

It has been another record-breaking seven days in the Arch of Triumph competition, with last week’s tally of 23 entries being matched by this week’s haul. As a result, the 250 FTWA mark has been passed a month earlier than in 2017.


Air Canada Rouge expands further in Europe

Air Canada Rouge expands further in Europe

Air Canada Rouge links Montreal and Toronto Pearson to Bucharest – also adds Porto from Toronto.

US-Canada market sees 4.0% capacity boost in 2017, Air Canada is leading carrier in S18, Toronto Pearson top origin airport

US-Canada market sees 4.0% capacity boost in 2017, Air Canada is leading carrier in S18, Toronto Pearson top origin airport

The available capacity between the US and Canada grew by 4.0% in 2017 with the number of two-way seats increasing to 37.15 million. The market has now witnessed eight consecutive years of steady growth. Nick Preston examines the leading airlines, airports and routes in this North American country pair.

Air Canada shimmies into Shannon

Air Canada shimmies into Shannon

Air Canada links Toronto Pearson to Shannon – also launches two intercontinental routes from Montreal. 


Asia takes its fourth Arch of Triumph win

Asia takes its fourth Arch of Triumph win

The summer keeps moving on and so does the number of water arches that we receive, with another 17 sent in this week. Another seven days like that and we will pass the 200-mark of FTWAs three weeks sooner than last year.

Air Canada ups transboarder ante with four unique US services

Air Canada ups transboarder ante with four unique US services

Airline adds US routes from Montreal, Toronto Pearson and Vancouver – all previous unserved sectors. 

WOW air confirms India flights; targeting North American passengers with Toronto and San Francisco to be popular

WOW air confirms India flights; targeting North American passengers with Toronto and San Francisco to be popular

On 15 May WOW air confirmed that from December it will begin non-stop flights between Iceland and India. Initially flown three times weekly, the service to Delhi will grow to five times weekly in 2019. Jonathan Ford analyses the new service and highlights what will be the top connection points via Reykjavik/Keflavik.