April 11, 2021| 369 0

Americans Are Back: US Passenger Numbers Hit 60% Of 2019 Levels

More Americans have resumed flying as sustained passenger numbers through March and into April above one million passengers in a day is a promising sign for airlines. Even after the popular spring break and Easter holiday weekends, passenger numbers have not slipped, showing a sustained appetite for leisure travel outside of peak travel periods. For …

April 10, 2021| 419 0

Impressive: Allegiant Air’s March Capacity Was Up Double Digits

Allegiant Air on Friday reported its March passenger numbers. Capping off the first quarter, which ended far better than it started, Allegiant increased capacity for the month by a whopping 14% compared to the same month in 2019 at a time when most other airlines are still operating in the red with capacity compared to 2019. As the airline heads in …

February 26, 2021| 573 0

Southwest Airlines Plans New Flights To Montana & Florida

Southwest Airlines is finally coming to Montana and adding a new destination in Florida. Just in time for the summer season, the new flights will cater to travelers looking for an outdoor adventure and represent Southwest’s continued strategy of adding new cities to its network and connecting them to its bases. Southwest adds new points to route net …

February 4, 2021| 415 0

Allegiant Plans First Quarter Capacity Growth After $184mn Loss

Allegiant Air recorded a $184 million net loss for the full year of 2020. However, that is not stopping the airline from planning for a much better 2021. After shrinking capacity less than nearly every other airline in 2020, the carrier is now expecting a systemwide increase in capacity for the first quarter of 2021. This comes as many airlines are …

December 28, 2020| 400 0

What Planes Have US Airlines Retired In 2020?

2020 was quite a year for aircraft retirements. Driven mostly by a need to cut costs, pursue efficiency, and reduced travel demand, airlines moved to retire hundreds of aircraft. The retirements across the US range from narrowbodies to widebodies and consist of certain older aircraft and entire fleet types. Here’s a look at what planes major US air …

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