Last Week in North America – Monday 17 January 2022
Analysis of Cirium schedule data for January 2022 and pre-pandemic January 2020 reveals that several airlines are now offering more seats from US airports than they did two years. The top six airlines for additional seats are two established ULCCs (Allegiant and Spirit), two new airlines (Avelo and Breeze) and two Mexican carriers (vivaaerobus and Volaris). The top 10 are completed by Finnair (thanks to new US routes from Stockholm), Qatar Airways (which has added San Francisco and Seattle-Tacoma in the last two years), Turkish Airlines (which has added Dallas/Fort Worth in September 2021 and New York EWR in May 2021) and Canadian newcomer Flair, which launched almost 20 new routes to the US in December.
Want more information on:
- Latest US airport passenger figures (TSA) and comparison with 2019
- North American seat capacity changes made since last week for January, February and March
- New routes launched in North America during the last seven days
- Airports with the biggest increase in seat capacity in January 2022 versus January 2020
- Latest Canadian airport passenger figures (CATSA) and comparison with 2019
If so, then check out our weekly Last Week in North America report which can be downloaded here.