Over 7 billion people travelled around the world annually. Many of them wondered why airport codes are three letters long and were they created. This post uncovers the mystery of airport codes and showcases how they can be used in unique way in retail and marketing.
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 was one of the first airlines to operate an airport lounge in 1939 (Insight). As a trailblazer, the airline announced plans to renovate major hubs’ lounges for the next two years.
Experience The Skies revealed its prediction for the top 3 busiest airports for 2015. (News – January 21, 2015). The following insight is an analysis of airports aiming for a spot in the top 10.
American Airlines will start Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) to Tokyo Haneda Airport (HND) flight in about two weeks (News – November 4, 2015). This insight will discuss how the Los Angeles to Tokyo market will change when commercial operation begins. [easy_countdowner name=”demo_countdowner” theme=”default” animation=”smooth” end_date=”2016-02-11″ end_time=”00:00:00″ day_label=”Days” hour_label=”Hours” minute_label=”Minutes” second_label=”Seconds” day_color=”#60686F” hour_color=”#60686F” minute_color=”#60686F” second_color=”#60686F” […]
Starting this year, we worked closely with our partner Loungereview.com on providing insights to various airport lounges internationally. This is the first product from the partnership entitled The Ultimate Guide to the LAX Airport Lounge Scene. We will publish additional guides from some of the top cities in the world. Visit LoungeReview and Experience The Skies regularly […]
American Airlines finally re-secured rights to operate flights to Tokyo Haneda Airport. This is the second time the Dallas based airline will have operations at both of Tokyo’s major airports.
JetBlue Airways Originally posted on November 18, 2014 with updates on June 23, 2015. Business Travel News posted an interview it conducted with JetBlue Airways (IATA Airline Code – B6)’s President Robin Hayes last week (Refer to link) about the future plans.
Tokyo Haneda International Airport We have been covering the battle for Tokyo Haneda’s coveted flight slots over the past two blog entries (Follow the link for part 1 and part 2). In this entry, we will follow Hawaiian Airlines (IATA Airline Code – HA), American Airlines (AA) and Delta Air Lines (DL) as they start […]
Tokyo Haneda International Airport Yesterday, we started a new series entitled “Battle for Tokyo Haneda Coveted Slots” (Follow link for Part 1 of the series). As part of the bilateral agreement between US and Japan in 2010, the US Department of Transportation (DOT) was awarded 4 pairs of slots to US based airlines to operate into Tokyo […]