Jetblue Kansas City Launch

JetBlue is the seventh largest airline serving the US this April-June (Q2) by available seats, and fifth biggest internationally. According to Cirium schedules information data, JetBlue has 12.2 million one-way seats this Q2, its highest in any April-June period and 3.1% above its previous record (Q2 2018). As shown below, international capacity is at its […]

Delta at Atlanta

This December, Delta’s weekly seat capacity across its global network is set to be down 10% compared with the same month in 2019. Interestingly, the number of flights is down 17%, while ASKs (Available Seat Kilometres) are down by just 6%. What this means is that according to analysis of Cirium schedules data, the average […]

BOS - LGW

In 2019, Boston ranked as the fourth biggest US travel destination from London based on scheduled, non-stop seat capacity, as collated by Cirium. It was only beaten by New York JFK, Los Angeles and Chicago ORD. However, if measured by ASKs (Available Seat Kilometres), Boston falls to sixth behind San Francisco and Miami. At around […]

JetBlue and Spirit

Last Thursday it was announced that JetBlue and Spirit had agreed a merger under which JetBlue will acquire Spirit to create an airline with over 450 aircraft. Cirium schedule data for August 2022 shows that JetBlue is the sixth biggest airline operating from US airports, with Spirit just behind in seventh. As it stands, combining […]

BOS - ATH

For Delta, Boston Logan Airport is its ninth busiest, with just under 1,000 departures per week in July. This generates over 120,000 weekly departing seats. Atlanta remains the airline’s busiest airport with three times as many departing seats as its next biggest airport, Minneapolis/St. Paul. However, New York would rank second if the capacity of […]