Articles Tagged ‘YUL’
Trans States Airlines has 53 aircraft; flies for United Airlines and American Airlines; Washington Dulles and Denver top hubs
Trans States Airlines is a carrier owned by Trans States Holdings, operating flights for United Express and American Eagle from six hubs across the US on its fleet of 53 ERJ 145s. Operating 1,000 weekly flights this summer, anna.aero looks into the carrier’s top airports and routes.
Tunisair’s starting to see traffic resurgence after years of decline; France remains carrier’s strongest market as others start to stabilise
Between January and August last year, Tunisair carried just over two million passengers, up 7.5% when compared to the same period of 2015. Despite this, the airline is still in a dip, with it seeing its annual traffic between 2010 and 2015 dropping by nearly 26%. We take a closer look at the national carrier […]
Air Canada begins daily 787-8-operated service between the Canadian and Chinese cities.
Over 80 new routes between North America and Europe launched since S12; North America to Asia routes up by 50% in same period
Our analysis reveals that 50 airports in North America have non-stop flights to Europe this summer, while 24 have non-stop service to Asia. We reveal which airports have gained the most new routes in these two markets since S12, and which airports have attained their first connections.
Air Canada Rouge links Toronto Pearson to Port of Spain while Montreal is connected to San Jose.
Air Canada begins a weekly service between Montreal and San Juan.
Endeavor Air has 124 aircraft serving 105 airports; hubs at Minneapolis-St. Paul, Detroit and New York’s JFK and LaGuardia airports
Endeavor Air, formerly known as Pinnacle Airlines, flies under the Delta Connection banner for Delta Air Lines. Its four hubs account for nearly 44% of its weekly departing seat capacity this winter. We take a closer look at the US regional airline to learn more about its operations.
Capacity between China and Canada up 44% in 12 months; market welcomes six new airport pairs; Beijing Capital Airlines newest carrier
Seat capacity between China and Canada has boomed during the past year, and that is evident with the market growing 44% in 12 months. A total of six new non-stop routes have been added to the country pair in the last year, while six of the seven existing connections between the two nations have seen double-digit […]
Air Canada Rouge links the two airports with a weekly service – increases to three times weekly in December.
Reykjavik/Keflavik Airport on course to break 6.5 million passengers; Icelandair and WOW air growing at explosive rates
Seats to Canada from Reykjavik/Keflavik Airport have grown faster than any other country over the last 12 months, up by 138%, helped by the introduction of new routes like Montreal. Our data elves delve deep into the lava-filled bowels of this volcanic island to find out if this market is ready to blow!
Beijing Airport still #2 after Atlanta; 100m pax milestone may not be reached before new airport opens; Air China is dominant carrier
China’s busiest airport grew by 4.4% last year to reach almost 90 million passengers. We reveal the leading airlines, the biggest and fastest-growing country markets and which new domestic routes have been added in the last 12 months.
Canadian airports see traffic growth of just under 5% so far in 2016; NewLeaf is newest domestic airline as WestJet’s UK services launch
We look at how Canada’s busiest airports are developing in 2016. Which airports are growing fastest and which are shrinking? Plus an analysis of the growth by geographic markets for the country’s biggest airport.