In this week’s roundup, The Wall Street Journal’s comprehensive survey of airport data concludes: San Francisco International Airport It is the nation’s largest airport and ranks Sacramento #1 among mid-sized facilities. Regional airline groups have warned of an imminent “collapse” of air services to smaller cities due to pilot shortages. Alaska Airlines scraps his LAX route. Sun Country will not return to Hawaii, but will add some flights that are domestic. Frontier adds a Phoenix route and Spirit grows in San Antonio. Delta partner his LATAM is planning a California that is new route Brazil. Also included is route that is international from United, British Airways, Air Serbia, Frontier and Canada Jetline. Alaska has improved airport lounges but raised membership fees and tightened immigration policies. Delta Sky Club is just starting to provide faster usage of the airline’s top customers as congestion continues.
The Wall Street Journal drilled on to the stats regarding the nation’s 50 largest airports. It determined that bay area International and Sacramento International ranked first inside their categories that are respective. SFO ranked #1 among the 20 busiest airports in the United States in terms of passenger numbers, and SMF ranked #1 among 30 facilities that are mid-sized Said The ranking looked over data on 19 factors, including airline on-time performance, average ticket prices, security line wait times, airport concession costs, while the outcomes of JD Power’s annual survey of passenger satisfaction. .
Sea-Tac’s D Concourse Lounge are going to be closed for all the summer for a project that provides 30% more seating, barista stations and food that is new drink options. expanded by 1,000 square feet and added an ‘Express Lounge’ in Concourse B.(*)Delta is also making some rule changes access that is regarding crowded Delta Sky Clubs.(*) The club that is popular so crowded that Delta has created special lanes at the entrance doors for its best customers, giving them priority access over regular Sky Club members during peak hours, according to Points Guy. I’m trying Skip-the-line lanes are reserved for Delta One (International Business Class) customers, members of the airline’s invitation-only Delta 360 Group, SkyMiles Diamond Medallion Elites, and First Class customers.(*)Delta may be contributing to Sky Club congestion with its admission policies. (*) said. “Anyone with a Delta SkyMiles Reserve American Express Card or American Express Platinum Card, as well as long-haul business class passengers on airlines, members of the Sky Club, and elite flyers who choose a lounge membership, , have access to the Sky Club, their annual benefit.Delta does not yet operate a dedicated business class lounge, further exacerbating the problem that is overcrowding its popular Sky Club.” can be primarily located outside Sky Clubs at Delta’s busiest hubs.(*)