San Francisco International Airport (SFO) introduces a new concierge program for passengers looking for a premium experience at the airport.
United Airlines announced it will operate its longest non-stop flights from its hub at San Francisco International Airport (SFO) to Singapore’s Changi Airport (SIN).
Our partner Loungereview.com posted new edition of its ultimate airport lounge guide. This time, the focus on this issue is at San Francisco International Airport (SFO).
Experience The Skies has been updating blog readers on JetBlue Airways and its MINT® product for a while (refer to our coverage here for the MINT product and here focusing on Boston). As promised JetBlue Airways upgraded one of three daily flights from Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) to San Francisco International Airport (SFO) with an Airbus A321 featuring its highly praised MINT product.
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.
New Routes Using The Boeing 777-300ER
In an earlier post, Experience The Skies introduced the Boeing 777-300ER (refer to link). In this next part of the series, we will explore which airlines are introducing new destinations using this aircraft over the past month.
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 part 2 of the series, we examined the strengths and weaknesses of the Virgin America’s pre-flight experience. We will continue the series by looking into the At the Airport experience for the airline.
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 Haneda International Airport (IATA Airport Code HND). Given its proximity to Downtown Tokyo, all major airlines including American Airlines (IATA Airline Code – AA), Continental Airlines and its subsidiary (CO), Delta Air Lines (DL), Hawaiian Airlines (HA) and United Airlines (UA) all applied for these coveted slots. Who will win?
Daniel McKenzie, a Buckingham Research Group analyst, posted in a report today that UNITED AIRLINES (IATA Airline Code: UA) is scheduled to trim its Winter 2014/15 schedule by 6.3%.