In this week’s exclusive Blue Swan Daily infographic, we focus on airports in varying regions.
For the Americas, we look at Winnipeg Airport in Canada. The facility has three runways and the majority of operations are conducted with A320 aircraft, with the equipment accounting for 21.1% of all seats.
WestJet is the top carrier at Winnipeg for domestic operations, accounting for 45.8% of domestic capacity. Delta is the largest international operator with 50.2% of seats. The top international route is YWG-MSP, which accounts for 50.2% of all international capacity at Winnipeg.
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