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WestJet launches flights from Calgary to Dallas/Fort Worth

WestJet launches flights from Calgary to Dallas/Fort Worth

WestJet inaugurates services from Calgary to Dallas/Fort Worth, TX.

Calgary Airport poised to become Canada’s #3 airport

Calgary Airport poised to become Canada’s #3 airport

Gunning for Montreal: Currently sat just 150,000 annual passengers behind Montréal’s Pierre-Elliot Trudeau Airport, and growing faster, Calgary Airport has the chance of stampeding past its Quebec cousin by the end of 2013. In doing so, it will sit only behind Vancouver and Toronto at Canada’s top table of airports.

WestJet launches three seasonal routes to Mexico and the US

WestJet launches three seasonal routes to Mexico and the US

WestJet starts flying from Calgary to Manzanillio and from Thunder Bay to Cancun; adds Los Angeles, CA from Kelowna.


Canada's busiest airports report 3.2% growth in Q2 2012

Canada’s busiest airports report 3.2% growth in Q2 2012

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 busiest airports report 5.4% growth in Q1 2012

Canada’s busiest airports report 5.4% growth in Q1 2012

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?

WestJet arrives in Chicago O’Hare with services from Calgary and Vancouver

WestJet arrives in Chicago O’Hare with services from Calgary and Vancouver

WestJet adds services to Chicago O’Hare from Calgary and Vancouver.


Canada's busiest airports report traffic data Q3; Montreal and Toronto lead way with 5-6% growth

Canada’s busiest airports report traffic data Q3; Montreal and Toronto lead way with 5-6% growth

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

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?

Condor launched Seattle and Calgary from Frankfurt

Condor launched Seattle and Calgary from Frankfurt

Condor launched two new North American routes from Frankfurt; to Seattle in the US and Calgary in Canada.


Condor launches two new North American routes from Frankfurt; Antalya now served from 13 German airports

Condor launches two new North American routes from Frankfurt; Antalya now served from 13 German airports

Condor used to fly over half of its passengers between Germany and Spain but it has gradually cut back its Spanish flying. At which airports does it still focus on Spanish flights and which other destinations are popular? Which destinations are new for 2011?

New airline routes launched (7 - 13 June 2011)

New airline routes launched (7 – 13 June 2011)

53 new routes saw the light of day in the last week. But which low-cost airline took on three network carriers? And which airline returned to Baghdad after 21 years of absence? We have lots of pictures to go with the analysis and of course the downloadable spreadsheet detailing all the routes.

Condor adds Seattle to Calgary, Recife and Split as new destinations for 2011; 58 routes from Frankfurt in S11

Condor adds Seattle to Calgary, Recife and Split as new destinations for 2011; 58 routes from Frankfurt in S11

German leisure carrier Condor is now wholly owned by Thomas Cook and is the second biggest carrier at Frankfurt. But where does it fly to (and how often), how big is its fleet and what did it do (not very successfully) in Munich in 2006?