In the first part of the 2015 busiest airports in the world by passengers (refer to our coverage), we unveiled the Top 30 list and provided a detail look of the top 5. This part will continue our analysis from no.6 to 30.
American Airlines is reducing first class seat availability from its New York John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) to London Heathrow Airport (LHR) route starting in December 2015 prior to Christmas. Refer to our coverage here. In this post, we will continue the discussion and follow where these Boeing 777-300ER will go next.
As reported by Experience The Skies on trending aviation news with corresponding insight, American Airlines (AA) and Korean Air Lines (KE) started its codeshare partnership on AA’s flight from Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) to Incheon International Airport (ICN). Find more information on this partnership below.
2014 Top 30 Busiest Airports In The World
The International Air Transport Association reported that worldwide traffic increased 5.9% from 2013 to 2014 to a record 3.3 billion passengers. Experience The Skies completed an analysis of the Top 20 busiest back in October 2014 (refer to this post for the complete list).
We have completed research based on all published information and came up with an expanded Top 30 list for 2014 . Which airports will make it to the list and who will be Number 1? Find out more below:
In yesterday’s edition of aviation news, Experience The Skies reported the Korean Air Lines (KE) will codeshare on AA’s flight from Dallas (ICN) to Seoul (ICN) staring from April 1, 2015. Today, we will explore some of the possible reasons for this new arrangement.
On September 30, 2014, CNN reported the first diagnosed case of the Ebola in the US. This sent shockwaves to the North American Stock Market on Wednesday, October 1, 2014.
Longest Non-Stop Flight
Beginning in September 29, 2014, Qantas Airways (QF) took over the duty of flying the longest non-stop flight by distance with an Airbus A380-800 (6 times weekly).