Blue Swan’s Brightest – September’s most popular Americas newsletter stories

It’s the first full week of October, so let’s take a look back at the most popular stories from last month’s The Blue Swan Daily Americas newsletters…

#10 – Mexico’s GAP gets preferred bidder status for Kingston, but can it narrow the gap on Montego Bay where it is already the concessionaire?

#9 – Airline fuel surcharges? … What airline fuel surcharges?

#8 – Las Vegas sees increased hub connectivity as another European major takes a bet on the destination’s growing corporate and leisure appeal

#7 – Delta Air Lines believes co-branded credit card dynamics have changed

#6 – Montréal Saint Hubert Airport undergoes a renaissance as upgrades open the door to alternative air connections between the main business centres of eastern Canada

#5 – Airlines pull back in Cancún as the region faces negative backlash from patron blackouts

#4 – As we see more examples of airlines entering the airport business, we question… Is this the start of a new phenomenon?

#3 – Singapore Airlines tries to stimulate demand for new US nonstops with very low initial premium economy fares

#2- As Delta works to dismantle its Tokyo Narita hub, could it open the door to a new Seattle – Singapore connection?

#1 – Direct flights from South America to Asia remain further out on the horizon