Articles Tagged ‘YYC’
WestJet launches a twice-weekly link between the two airports using its 737-700s.
The Canadian carrier now connects Calgary with Houston Intercontinental – a route in direct competition with Air Canada and United Airlines.
Canadian airports are growing steadily in 2015. We reveal monthly growth at 10 of the biggest as well as which airports are growing across all three market segments (domestic, transborder and international).
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 […]
Canadian airports are growing steadily in 2015. We reveal which airports are growing across all three market segments (domestic, transborder and international) and what new international routes have been launched this summer.
Air Canada expands domestically with flights from Calgary to Nanaimo as well as from Vancouver to Comox, using its Q400s and Q300s respectively.
WestJet now connects Calgary to Yellowknife and Toronto Pearson to Gander with daily flights, using a mixed fleet if its 737-700s and 737-600s.
Air Canada rouge now connects Vancouver to Osaka Kansai and Calgary to Halifax with four weekly and six weekly flights respectively.
WestJet launches seasonal weekly flights from Calgary to Loreto, using its 737-700s.
Canada’s airports reporting growth of 6% in 2014; Air Canada grows European offering, WestJet heading for Glasgow this summer
After a quiet 2012 and 2013, Canada’s airports have seen much faster growth in 2014. We reveal which of the major airports has been growing fastest each month and what new routes are already planned for this summer.
WestJet Encore now connects Calgary to Penticton and Prince George with daily flights, using its Q400s. Faces competition on the sector to the “Northern Capital” of British Columbia from Central Mountain Air.
Halifax Airport expecting 2% growth this year; Japan Airlines’ first charter flight arrives from Tokyo Narita
The main gateway to Nova Scotia handled close to 3.6 million passengers last year, while a total of 10 carriers operate to 26 destinations in six countries within North America and Europe this October. We reveal how the airport has grown during the last 11 years and which is the dominant airline this month.