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Cheapest and Expensive airports in US

Most cheapest and Expensive airports in US

Based on information from the Bureau of Transportation Services’ 2022 Q3 quarter, CivMetrics, a journalism group, collects key data for airports in the United States. In this article, we look at average fare data for Q3 2022 at the 100 busiest US airports.

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 The 10 expensive airports in the top 100, as measured by average fares:

  1. Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport (ANC)- $540
  2. Dane County Regional Airport (MSN)-$534
  3. Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD)-$508
  4. Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport (GSP)-$493
  5. Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport (BHM)- $479
  6. Piedmont Triad International Airport (GSO)-$477
  7. San Francisco International Airport (SFO)-$467
  8. Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT)-$458
  9. Pensacola International Airport (PNS)-$445
  10. Portland International Airport (PDX)-$443

The 10 cheapest airports in the U.S. as measured by average fares:

  1. St. Pete Clearwater International Airport (PIE)-$147
  2. Orlando Sanford International Airport (SFB)-$147
  3. Myrtle Beach International Airport (MYR)-$240
  4. Harry Reid International Airport (LAS)-$256
  5. Ellison Onizuka Kona International Airport (KOA)-#260
  6. Kahului Airport (OGG)-$262
  7. Orlando International Airport (MCO)-$276
  8. Bob Hope Airport (BUR)-$278
  9. Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL)-$279
  10. Metro Oakland International Airport (OAK)-$284

The report identifies most expensive airport was Ted Stevens Anchorage Airport in Alaska, where a flight cost $540 on average. The least expensive airport was St. Pete Clearwater Airport in Florida, where tickets typically cost roughly $147.

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Etihad Airways Launches 8 New Destinations this month

Etihad Airways Launches 8 New Destinations this month

Etihad Airways, the UAE’s national airline, is embarking on a significant network expansion this June with the introduction of flights to eight new destinations.

Added Eight new destinations

This move increases their total summer season routes to 76, marking a milestone in their growth strategy. Antonoaldo Neves, CEO of Etihad Airways, expressed enthusiasm about the expansion, emphasizing the airline’s commitment to enhancing connectivity.

New routes to Bali, Jaipur, and Al Qassim

“It is an exciting month for Etihad as we deliver on our plans to expand our network with eight additional locations,” Neves stated. Highlighting the popularity of new routes like Bali, Jaipur, and Al Qassim based on forward bookings, he noted the positive reception from passengers.

The airline has commenced operations to summer hotspots such as Nice on the French Riviera and Antalya on the Turkish Riviera, as well as resumed services to Greek islands like Mykonos and Santorini. Earlier in June, Etihad reintroduced flights to Málaga, a favored Spanish holiday destination.

This week, Etihad launched direct services to Jaipur, renowned for its vibrant culture and status as a key tourist destination in Rajasthan, India. This marks Etihad’s 11th gateway into India, aiming to strengthen connectivity and convenience for travelers from the UAE, Europe, North America, and the GCC.

Etihad’s four-times-weekly flights to Bali offer travelers an opportunity to experience the island’s tropical paradise. Visitors can indulge in its pristine beaches, lush green rice fields, and rich local culture, providing an ideal blend of relaxation and exploration.

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India Rejects China’s Request to Restart Passenger Flights

India Rejects China's Request to Restart Passenger Flights

China is urging India to restart direct passenger flights after a four-year hiatus, but New Delhi is holding back as border disputes continue to strain relations between the two populous nations, officials report.

New Delhi resists due to ongoing border disputes

Tensions between India and China have remained high since a major military confrontation in the disputed Himalayan border region in June 2020, which resulted in the deaths of 20 Indian soldiers and at least four Chinese soldiers. Thousands of troops are still stationed on both sides of the border.

Cargo flights between the countries continue

Following the clash, India has taken steps to limit Chinese investments, banned numerous Chinese apps, and halted direct passenger flights, though cargo flights between the countries have continued.

While the resumption of direct flights would economically benefit both nations, China stands to gain more given its lagging recovery in overseas travel post-COVID-19, in contrast to India’s booming aviation sector.

“We hope the Indian side will work with China in the same direction for the early resumption of direct flights,” China’s Foreign Ministry stated to Reuters last week, emphasizing that such a move would be mutually beneficial.

However, a senior Indian official involved in bilateral developments with China remarked on Beijing’s push to resume flights, stating, “Unless there is peace and tranquillity on the border, the rest of the relationship cannot move forward.”

Discussions are ongoing between Indian airlines and New Delhi, as well as between Chinese carriers and their government, regarding the potential resumption of direct routes.

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SAS inagurates new route to Atlanta from Copenhagen

SAS inagurates new route to Atlanta from Copenhagen

To meet the growing demand for travel to and from Scandinavia and the United States, SAS is expanding its North American network by adding a ninth destination.

SAS begins new nonstop Atlanta route

Starting on June 17th, SAS will offer daily nonstop flights from Copenhagen to Atlanta, providing customers with a new direct route to the U.S.

Atlanta is a city worth visiting, offering something for everyone with its rich cultural experiences, historic landmarks, diverse culinary scene, and thriving sports scene. Handling nearly 104 million passengers in 2023, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is the world’s busiest and most efficient airport.

On September 1, 2024, SAS will join SkyTeam. With Atlanta serving as a major hub for the SkyTeam member, Delta Air Lines, SAS customers will benefit from seamless access to the extensive SkyTeam network.

This network includes over 1,060 destinations across all member airlines. SAS has already started integrating Delta Air Lines flights into its itineraries, providing customers with increased connectivity options.

SAS will operate the route with both Airbus A330 as well as A350 aircraft. Both aircraft types offer three travel classes – SAS Business, SAS Plus, and SAS Go.

Five facts about Atlanta:

  1. It’s the birthplace of Martin Luther King Jr.
  2. Atlanta is a hub for the Black queer community and has been for at least two decades.
  3. Coca-Cola was invented and founded in Atlanta.
  4. Atlanta is one of the few cities that has a professional team for baseball, American football, soccer, and basketball.
  5. The Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport houses rotating and permanent art exhibits.The initiative to display artworks at the airport originated in 1979.
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