A summary of each new flight connection started this weekend.
Twenty-five flights were opened last weekend by 13 carriers, among them Spirit Airline, which is opening nine new connections, Jetstar Japan, which is opening its fifteenth from Tokyo Narita, and easyJet, which is opening two connections to Spain's French and Italian ports. Over the past few weeks, a series of 41 itineraries have been opened by 19 carriers, among them simpleJet, which is taking aboard our airline system, Qantas, which is offering a second flight to San Francisco, and LATAM Airline, which is opening its latest long-haul route from Sao Paulo Guarulhos.
Over the past few weeks, a further 10 flights have been opened by nine carriers, among them Air Seoul, which started operating its newest flight to Japan, Air Italy, which started its latest flight from Milan Malpensa, and Aerolineas Argentinas, which opened a second Punta Cana service. Over the past few weeks, a combined 30 services have been opened by 14 carriers, among them LATAM Air, which operates a link between Cuzco and Santiago, Malindo Air, which is extending its services to China and Indonesia, and SalamAir, which is choosing Khartoum as its first April departure from Muscat.
Nine carriers opened a combined 45 flights last weekend, among them Frontier with 25 flights in the USA, easy-Jet with its third flight to Belgrade and Fly Corporates with the opening of its latest connection from Brisbane to Dubbo in the Orana region of New South Wales.
Over the last few weeks, a combined 37 itineraries have been opened by 17 carriers, among them Malindo Air with its latest internal flights from Kuala Lumpur, Beijing Capital with another Moscow Sheremetyevo connection, and LOT Polish with a second Ukranian flights from Bydgoszcz. Twenty-three flights were operated last weekend by 13 carriers, among them LEVEL, which opened its 4th carrier from its recently opened Vienna hub, Arkia Israeli Airlines, which flies from Tel Aviv to Bangkok, and Tigerair Taiwan, which makes Zaga its newest Japanese city.
Over the past few weeks, a series of 39 flights have been opened by 21 carriers, among them Delta Air Lines, which resumes operations between Atlanta and Shanghai Pudong after a six-year interruption, the Fastjet, which opens a second inland connection from Harare, and Turkish Airlines, which opens its newest carrier to Kuwait City. Over the past few weeks, a combined 30 services have been opened by 20 carriers, among them China Southern on long distance services to London Heathrow and Rome Fiumicino, Cambodia Airways growing from Phnom Penh, and Philippines AirAsia, which received an overseas address from Clark.
In the last seven and a half flights, a further 68 have been opened by 45 carriers, among them Southwest Airlines, which is expanding San Antonio by two, Tianjin Airlines, which will add its latest flight to Moscow, Sheremetyevo, and Emirates, which will add a new language to its Latin America hub. In the last seven and a half years, a further 123 flights have been opened by 60 carriers, among them easyJet, which is opening two new destinations in Europe, United Airways, which is expanding its Denver and New York Newark hub networks, and Virgin Australia Airways, which is setting up a second connection to Hong Kong.
In the last seven and a half flights, a further 113 flights have been opened by 45 carriers, among them WestJet Link, which started its first operation from Calgary, Ryanair, which added Turkey to its route system, and Scoot, which started its latest long-haul route from Singapore.