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Complete List of U.S. Airlines Hub Airports

Airline Hubs in the United States – Comprehensive List

Understanding major airline hubs is a great way to maximize your flight options and increase your odds of getting a good frequent flyer award redemption.

In case you aren't aware, an airline hub airport is an airport used by an airline to consolidate passenger traffic and flight operations.  The term comes from the “hub-and-spoke” system where an airline operates flights from several “spoke” cities into a hub airport.  The passengers traveling from the spoke cities connect through the hub airport and onto their final destination.  This system allows airlines to serve more passengers with fewer planes at a lower cost.

Flying into a hub airport has a number of important benefits, including:

  • Better Travel Planning: If you are planning a trip and want to fly with a specific airline, knowing their hubs can help you identify the most direct and cost-efficient routes.
  • Flight Availability: Airlines offer more flights and a wider range of destinations from their hubs. If you are looking for a specific destination or a broader choice of flight options, knowing your preferred airline's hubs can help you identify the best routes and increase your chances of finding available flights (both with paid fares and with frequent flyer miles).
  • More Options with Flight Disruptions: In the event of a flight cancellation, delay, or other disruption, knowing an airline's hubs can be very helpful. Hubs have more alternative flight options, allowing you to re-book or find alternative routes more easily compared to smaller airports where an airline may have limited operations.
  • Reduced Costs: If airlines can reduce their costs by running an efficient hub and spoke system, then they can pass those savings onto you in the form of lower airfare.
  • Better Airport Amenities: Hub airports typically have a lot more travelers and with that comes more and better restaurants, airline lounges, etc.

However, there are also some disadvantages such as overcrowded lounges, long lines to get through security and long waits for your baggage.

List of Airline Hubs in the United States

Here is a list of hubs for each of the largest U.S. based airlines.

American Airlines:

American Airlines has more hubs than any other airline, with a total of 10 hubs. Their largest hub is Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW).

  • Charlotte (CLT)
  • Chicago O'Hare (ORD)
  • Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW)
  • Los Angeles (LAX)
  • Miami (MIA)
  • New York (JFK)
  • New York, LaGuardia (LGA)
  • Philadelphia (PHL)
  • Phoenix (PHX)
  • Washington Reagan (DCA)

Related Article: Guide to all American Airlines Hubs

Delta Airlines:

Delta Air Lines operates with a total of 9 hubs. Their largest hub is Atlanta (ATL), which also happens to be the world's largest hub airport.

  • Atlanta (ATL)
  • Boston (BOS)
  • Detroit (DTW)
  • Minneapolis-St. Paul (MSP)
  • New York – Kennedy (JFK)
  • New York – LaGuardia (LGA)
  • Salt Lake City (SLC)
  • Seattle (SEA)

Related Article: Guide to all Delta Airlines Hubs

United Airlines:

United Airlines operates with a total of 8 hubs. Their largest hub is Chicago O'Hare (ORD) and their smallest is Guam (GUM).

  • Denver (DEN)
  • Houston-Intercontinental (IAH)
  • Newark (EWR)
  • San Francisco (SFO)
  • Washington-Dulles (IAD)

Related Article: Guide to all United Airlines Hubs

Alaska Airlines:

Alaska Airlines operates with a total of 5 hubs. Their largest hub is Seattle–Tacoma International Airport.

  • Anchorage (ANA)
  • Portland (PDX)
  • Seattle-Tacoma (SEA)

Hawaiian Airlines:

Hawaiian Airlines operates with a total of 2 hubs. Their largest hub is Daniel K. Inouye International Airport (HNL) on the island of Oʻahu with a secondary hub out of Kahului Airport on the island of Maui.

  • Honolulu (HNL)
  • Kahului (OGG)

Other focus airports for Hawaiian Airlines include:

  • Lihue (LIH)

Frontier Airlines:

Frontier has a mixed mode model with a single hub at Denver International Airport (DEN) for it's West Coast flights and flies point to point via focus cities on the East Coast.

Focus airports for Frontier Airlines include:

  • Chicago–Midway (MDW)
  • Cleveland (CLE)
  • Las Vegas (LAS)
  • Orlando (MCO)
  • Phoenix–Sky Harbor (PHX)
  • Tampa (TPA)
  • Trenton (TTN)

Airlines that do not have hubs

jetBlue, Southwest and Spirit do not operate off of a hub and spoke system, they are point to point. While they don't have hubs, they do have major focus cities. The following are the major focus cities for jetBlue and Southwest

jetBlue Airways:

jetBlue has 6 focus cities, with JFK being the largest focus city and base of operations.

  • Fort Lauderdale (FLL)
  • Long Beach (LGB)
  • New York-JFK (JFK)
  • San Juan (SJU)

Southwest Airlines:

Southwest has 13 focus cities, with Denver being the busiest airport, despite Dallas Love Field being its base of operations.

  • Baltimore (BWI)
  • Chicago Midway (MDW)
  • Dallas Love Field (DAL)
  • Houston-Hobby (HOU)
  • Nashville (BNA)
  • Oakland (OAK)
  • St. Louis (STL)

Spirit Airlines:

Spirit Airlines operates out of 9 focus cities. Their largest is Fort Lauderdale.

  • Atlantic City (ACY)
  • Chicago (ORD)
  • Dallas (DFW)
  • Fort Lauderdale, Florida (FLL)
  • Houston (IAH)
  • Myrtle Beach (MYR)

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What is an airline hub, what is a focus city, why should i care about airline hubs, the airline hubs for the top 115+ major airlines, final thoughts.

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Commercial aviation is one of the world’s most fascinating sectors. As a subset of leisure, tourism, and logistics industries, airlines have never been more crucial than today. The great COVID-19 outbreak of 2019-2022 has more or less brought the world to its knees in dramatic fashion.

A global pandemic has translated into economic seizures, especially due to the massive reduction in travel and therefore aviation. Despite aviation being a low-margin business due to the volatility of oil, high CapEx, and several different factors, it is still one of the most important businesses in the world.

When an airline is formed, they’ll usually designate a specific city from which its operational tendrils form a web. Hubs have become pervasive throughout aviation. Simply put, it’s much easier to strive for operational optimization if you only have to worry about 1 core city through which you operate flights.

In this guide, we’ll investigate what an airline hub is, why it’s important, and then break all of the major airlines down into their hub cities. Let’s get started.

Emirates hub and spoke route network

According to strategic aviation consultant Stephen Holloway , “An airline hub may be defined as an airport that receives many passengers or as an airport that serves as an operating base of an airline, whether or not the airline allows for connecting traffic.”

The easiest way to describe a hub for a given airline is to attribute the amount of traffic as a percentage of its total traffic. Alternatively, you can also calculate the percentage of flights operated by a particular airline in a specific airport.

There are 2 main operating strategies for airlines:

  • Airlines like Qantas, Emirates, Etihad, Qatar Airways, Singapore Airlines, and EL AL are some of the best examples of hub and spoke airlines.
  • Airlines like Southwest, Hainan Airlines, Ryanair, and easyJet are some of the best examples of point-to-point airlines

Hub and Spoke versus Point to Point

Generally, smaller planes are used on point-to-point routes due to the lower demand relative to massive hub-and-spoke routes. For example, a point-to-point Hainan Airlines flight from New York City (JFK) to Chengdu (CTU) is operated using a 787-9, and Air China operates a hub-and-spoke route from New York City (JFK) to Beijing (PEK) using a 747-8, which can hold more passengers.

To visualize, check out Etihad’s route network:

Etihad Route Network

Most of Etihad’s flights go through Abu Dhabi. This is consistent with the hub-and-spoke philosophy, which is capable of funneling travelers across the world via its hub in Abu Dhabi.

On the flip-side, let’s look at Hainan Airlines’ international route network below:

Hainan Airlines route map

As you can tell, Hainan Airlines operates several different flights and covers a lot of area with its point-to-point network. That means customers can fly on lesser-known routes like from New York City (JFK) to Chongqing (CKG) without having to inconveniently stop in Beijing (PEK) or Shanghai (PVG).

Bottom Line: An airline hub is advantageous because air transportation can be consolidated into 1 destination, which allows for a greater scale. If an airline can fill larger aircraft easily, it will realize significant cost savings. However, with technological advances from fuel-efficient aircraft and a greater appetite for convenient nonstop flights in the point-to-point model, the hub-and-spoke model is quickly losing favor. 

We discussed what hub airports are in the above section, so let’s briefly touch on focus cities. According to the Encyclopedia of Transportation: Social Science and Policy , focus cities are defined as a “ destination from which an airline operates limited point-to-point routes .”

By extension, a focus city appeals to the “local” instead of connecting markets much more than a hub city.

Airline hubs are crucial for numerous things. Since Upgraded Points has always been focused on points and premium cabin travel, we’ll be talking about airline hubs as they relate to these topics.

Knowing which hubs exist for a particular airline will be extremely important in crafting an award itinerary. After all, how can you plan a Cathay Pacific first class award flight without first knowing that Cathay Pacific’s hub is Hong Kong (HKG)?

The other, less obvious reasons why you should care about airline hubs may be as follows:

  • Hub-and-spoke routes can sometimes have the most award availability. Sometimes, it’s the other way around, where the airline’s ultra-premium routes have sufficient revenue demand, thereby drying up award availability.
  • Figuring out where airline hubs are can help you plan a journey with as little time wasted possible actually going through airports and in the air.
  • Airline hubs offer the most operational flexibility. Because most of their flights go through hubs, you can then plan a connecting flight with a convenient schedule.
  • One of the best examples of this would be comparing an itinerary on Delta nonstop from Los Angeles (LAX) to Paris (CDG). Award availability will be rare/expensive, but if you choose to go from Los Angeles (LAX) to Salt Lake City (SLC) and then to Paris (CDG), you’ll find huge award availability.
  • One other example would be comparing an itinerary on American Airlines nonstop from Los Angeles (LAX) to Hong Kong (HKG). Award availability will be nearly impossible to find, but if you start your search in Phoenix (PHX) or San Diego (SAN) and go through Los Angeles (LAX) and then finally to Hong Kong (HKG), you’ll see a ton of award availability that isn’t bookable with the nonstop option. This is known as married segment availability .

Now that we’ve demonstrated why you should care about figuring out key airline hubs globally as well as their associated airlines, let’s get into our list of the top airlines in the world and discuss where they hold hub operations.

All of these images and maps were provided via searches on Great Circle Mapper , so keep that in mind. Additionally, all airline hubs are shown as red dots, while all airline focus cities are shown as blue dots .

The organization of these airlines hereafter is in alphabetical order.

Aegean Airlines Hubs

Aegean Airlines hubs and focus cities

Aegean Airlines is the flag carrier of Greece. This Star Alliance airline maintains an operational strategy and focus of mostly regional flights. Unfortunately, Aegean Airlines doesn’t operate any flights to/from the U.S. This isn’t terribly surprising, as the country as a whole is still recovering from a historic sovereign debt crisis.

Aegean Airlines maintains airport hubs in:

  • Athens (ATH)*
  • Larnaca (LCA)
  • Macedonia (SKP)

Aegean Airlines maintains focus cities in:

  • Chania (CHQ)
  • Heraklion (HER)
  • Kalamata (KLX)
  • Rhodes (RHO)

* Airline headquarters

Aer Lingus Hubs

Aer Lingus hubs and focus cities

Aer Lingus is the flag carrier of Ireland. One interesting fact about Aer Lingus is that it’s not the largest airline in Ireland. That honor goes to the famous ultra-low-cost carrier Ryanair. Aer Lingus was a state-owned airline, and through several corporate actions, it is now owned by IAG, which is the parent company that owns British Airways.

Aer Lingus has a strong long-haul presence, using A330, A350, or even A321XLR aircraft for its flights. Aer Lingus has many nonstop flights from the U.S. , but its airport hub is:

  • Dublin (DUB)*

Additionally, Aer Lingus has 2 focus cities:

  • Shannon (SNN)

Aeroflot Hubs

Aeroflot hubs and focus cities

Aeroflot is the state-owned flag carrier of Russia. If you’re thinking of flying to Russia, you’re probably going to end up flying on Aeroflot, one of the world’s oldest airlines. This SkyTeam partner maintains 1 sole hub:

  • Moscow-Sheremetyevo (SVO)*

Aerolíneas Argentinas Hubs

Aerolineas Argentinas hubs and focus cities

Aerolíneas Argentinas is the flag carrier of Argentina. It’s also the largest airline in Argentina. This SkyTeam partner has 2 hub airports, both in the capital city:

  • Buenos Aires-Aeroparque (AEP)*
  • Buenos Aires-Ministro (EZE)

Additionally, Aerolíneas Argentinas has focus cities in:

  • Córdoba (COR)
  • Santa Fe (ROS)

Aeromexico Hubs

Aeromexico hubs and focus cities

Aeromexico is the flag carrier of Mexico. This SkyTeam partner has wide-ranging airline operations. Its flight range from simple, domestic short-haul flights to ultra-long-haul flights to Asia.

Currently, Aeromexico has 1 hub airport:

  • Mexico City (MEX)*

Additionally, Aeromexico maintains 2 focus cities:

  • Guadalajara (GDL)
  • Monterrey (MTY)

AirAsia Hubs

AirAsia hubs and focus cities

AirAsia is a low-cost carrier with operations all around Asia. Their focus is on Southeast Asia operations. As such, its hub airport is:

  • Kuala Lumpur (KUL)*

AirAsia also has several focus cities:

  • Kota Kinabalu (KBI)
  • Kuching (KCH)
  • Penang (PEN)
  • Senai (JHB)

Air Astana Hubs

Air Astana hubs and focus cities

Air Astana is the flag carrier of Kazakhstan. It also happens to be a state-owned enterprise, which is majority-owned by the Kazakh Sovereign Wealth Fund. Air Astana doesn’t belong to an airline alliance, but it maintains numerous code-shares with Asian and European airlines such as Lufthansa and Asiana Airlines, respectively.

Air Astana has 2 hub airports:

  • Almaty (ALA)*
  • Nur-Sultan (TSE)

Air Canada Hubs

Air Canada hubs and focus cities

Air Canada is one of the largest airlines in the world. With a respectable fleet size of 189, excluding subsidiaries, and 222 destinations globally, Air Canada can leverage its vast reach across many countries.

Chiefly, Air Canada maintains hubs in familiar airports:

  • Calgary (YYC)
  • Montréal (YUL)*
  • Toronto (YYZ)
  • Vancouver (YVR)

Furthermore, Air Canada has these focus cities operating some point-to-point routes:

  • Halifax (YHZ)
  • Québec City/Ottawa (YOW)
  • St. John’s, Newfoundland (YYT)

Air China Hubs

Air China hubs and focus cities

Air China is the flag carrier of China and is also one of many state-owned airlines in China. Most known for being a Star Alliance airline and one of the largest airlines in the world, Air China’s route network is deep.

When you consider the large area of China, you’ll see why there are numerous hubs and focus cities. Air China has these hub airports:

  • Beijing (PEK)*
  • Beijing-Daxing (PKX)
  • Chengdu (CTU)
  • Shanghai (PVG)

Air China has these focus cities:

  • Chongqing (CKG)
  • Hangzhou (HGH)
  • Hohhot (HET)
  • Shenzhen (SZX)
  • Tianjin (TSN)
  • Wuhan (WUH)

Air Dolomiti Hubs

Air Dolomiti hubs and focus cities

Air Dolomiti is a unique airline. This airline has its headquarters in Verona, Italy. However, the airline operates out of Munich (MUC) as its sole operating base and hub.

Air Europa Hubs

Air Europa hubs and focus cities

Air Europa is the third-largest Spanish airline after Iberia and Vueling. This SkyTeam airline uniquely operates a few U.S. flights using long-haul aircraft.

Air Europa maintains its hub airport at:

  • Madrid (MAD)

It also maintains 2 focus cities:

  • Palma de Mallorca (PMI)*
  • Tenerife (TFS)

Air France Hubs

Air France hubs and focus cities

Air France is one of the largest airlines in the world, and certainly one of the largest SkyTeam airlines out there. With its crucial role connecting France to the rest of the world, Air France understandably has lots of focus cities.

Air France has 2 hub airports, both in Paris:

  • Paris-Charles de Gaulle (CDG)*
  • Paris-Orly (ORY)

Air France has 5 focus cities:

  • Bordeaux (BOD)
  • Marseille (MRS)
  • Toulouse (TLS)

Air India Hubs

Air India hubs and focus cities

Air India is the financially distressed flag carrier and state-owned enterprise airline of India. This Star Alliance carrier maintains hub airports at:

  • Mumbai (BOM)
  • New Delhi (DEL)*

Also, Air India maintains focus cities around the country:

  • Ahmedabad (AMD)
  • Bangalore (BLR)
  • Chennai (MAA)
  • Cochin (COK)
  • Kolkata (CCU)
  • Trivandrum (TRV)

Air Macau Hubs

Air Macau hubs and focus cities

Air Macau is one of the major airlines connecting the Special Administrative Region (SAR) of Macau to the rest of the world. This market is fulfilled primarily by Chinese tourism, though Air Macau operates flights to many destinations.

Owned by Air China, Air Macau operates flights solely from its hub airport in Macau:

  • Macau (MFM)*

Air Malta Hubs

Air Malta hubs

Air Malta connects the rest of the world to Malta, a small island republic located south of Italy in the Mediterranean Sea. Air Malta has its sole airline hub at:

  • Malta (MLA)*

Air Mauritius Hubs

Air Mauritius hubs and focus cities

Known for perfect beaches, picturesque Mauritius is connected by its flag carrier, Air Mauritius. Located off the coast of East Africa, further out than Madagascar, Mauritius maintains 1 airline hub:

  • Mauritius (MRU)*

Air New Zealand Hubs

Air New Zealand hubs and focus cities

Air New Zealand is the most important Star Alliance partner in Oceania. This airline is the flag carrier of New Zealand and operates flights from its hub airports:

  • Auckland (AKL)*
  • Christchurch (CHC)
  • Wellington (WLG)

Additionally, Air New Zealand as 2 focus cities outside of New Zealand:

  • Los Angeles (LAX)
  • Sydney (SYD)

Air Serbia Hubs

Air Serbia hubs and focus cities

Air Serbia is the flag carrier of the eastern European country Serbia. This airline isn’t in a specific alliance, though it uses Etihad’s frequent flyer program, Etihad Guest.

Believe it or not, Air Serbia  does operate flights from the U.S. to Serbia, and these flights are through New York City (JFK). Nevertheless, Air Serbia’s hub is located in:

  • Belgrade (BEG)*

Additionally, Air Serbia has a focus city in:

Air Tahiti Nui Hubs

Air Tahiti Nui hubs and focus cities

Air Tahiti Nui is one of the most famous airlines in the points community. You may be shocked to find that Air Tahiti Nui operates a whopping fleet size of 4 aircraft.

Air Tahiti Nui recently operated the longest ever domestic flight from Tahiti to Paris, which was done due to COVID-19.

These are all Boeing 787-9 aircraft, and they all fly from Air Tahiti Nui’s hub airport:

  • Pape’ete (PPT)*

Air Transat Hubs

Air Transat hubs and focus cities

Air Transat is a Canadian airline, and it’s currently in the process of being bought out by Air Canada. Being the third-largest airline in Canada, Air Transat maintains a single hub:

Air Transat maintains 3 distinct focus cities:

  • Québec City (YQB)

Aircalin Hubs

Aircalin hubs and focus cities

Aircalin is the flag carrier of New Caledonia, a popular tourist destination famous for its amazing beaches. New Caledonia is a special French territory off the northeast coast of Australia. It is divided into 3 provinces, but its total land area of 7,000+ square miles is impressive for a small territory.

Aircalin operates flights out of its hub:

  • Noumea (NOU)*

Also, Aircalin operates flights out of its focus city:

  • Hihifo (WLS)

Alaska Airlines Hubs

Alaska Airlines hubs and focus cities

Alaska Airlines , originally known as a low-cost carrier, has solidified itself as one of the biggest airlines in the U.S. Focusing primarily on West Coast commercial aviation, Alaska Airlines maintains several hubs:

  • Anchorage (ANC)
  • Portland (PDX)
  • San Francisco (SFO)
  • Seattle (SEA)*

Also, Alaska Airlines has its focus cities as follows:

  • San Diego (SAN)
  • San Jose (SJC)

Allegiant Airlines Hubs

Allegiant hubs and focus cities

Allegiant Air is one of the most successful low-cost carrier airlines with point-to-point operations. As you can see, Allegiant Air focuses on flights to/from Florida, as well as in the Midwest, Nevada, and Arizona.

It’s the ninth-largest commercial airline in the U.S., and its top hub airport bases include:

  • Fort Myers (RSW)
  • Las Vegas (LAS)*
  • Orlando-Sanford (SFB)
  • Phoenix-Mesa (AZA)
  • St. Petersburg-Clearwater (PIE)

Allegiant Air’s major focus cities are:

  • Bellingham (BLI)
  • Cincinnati (CVG)
  • Fort Lauderdale (FLL)
  • Grand Rapids (GRR)
  • Indianapolis (IND)

American Airlines Hubs

American Airlines hubs and focus cities

American Airlines is the largest airline in the world by numerous measures. Even though American Airlines has tons of point-to-point routes, its international departures are concentrated through its hub airports and focus cities.

This Oneworld partner airline doesn’t obviously delineate which major bases are hub airports or focus cities. However, our best stab at American Airlines’ hub airports are:

  • Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW)*
  • Miami (MIA)
  • New York City (JFK)
  • Phoenix (PHX)

We believe American Airlines’ focus cities (which are self-proclaimed hubs by American Airlines) are:

  • Charlotte (CTA)
  • Chicago (ORD)
  • New York-LaGuardia (LGA)
  • Reagan-National (DCA)

All Nippon Airways (ANA) Hubs

All Nippon Airways hubs and focus cities

All Nippon Airways is the largest airline in Japan. This Star Alliance partner maintains hub airports in:

  • Osaka-Itami (ITM)
  • Osaka-Kansai (KIX)
  • Tokyo-Haneda (HND)
  • Tokyo-Narita (NRT)

Also, ANA has focus cities in:

  • Fukuoka (FUK)
  • Nagoya (NGO)
  • Okinawa (OKA)
  • Sapporo (CTS)

Airline headquarters are located in Shiodome, Minato-ku, Tokyo.

Asiana Airlines Hubs

Asiana Airlines hubs and focus cities

Asiana Airlines is one of the 2 major airlines headquartered in South Korea, with the other one being Korean Air. Asiana Airlines maintains most of its international flights from 3 key airport hubs:

  • Busan (PUS)
  • Seoul-Gimpo (GMP)*
  • Seoul-Incheon (ICN)

Asiana Airlines has 1 focus city in:

Austrian Airlines Hubs

Austrian Airlines hubs and focus cities

Austrian Airlines is the flag carrier of Austria. It is also owned by Lufthansa Group — the parent company that owns Lufthansa, SWISS International Air Lines, and more.

Austrian Airlines is the main airline connecting Austria to the rest of the world. Its global hub is:

  • Vienna (VIE)*

Its focus cities are:

  • Innsbruck (INN)
  • Salzburg (SZG)

Avianca Hubs

Avianca hubs and focus cities

Avianca is the flag carrier of Colombia. Although its headquarters are in Bogotá, its reach extends much further. With hubs and focus cities scattered all over Central and northern South America, you’ll have no shortage of flight options, thanks to its numerous airline subsidiaries, such as Avianca Ecuador or Avianca Peru.

Here are Avianca’s airline hubs:

  • Bogotá (BOG)*
  • Quito (UIO)
  • San Salvador (SAL)
  • San Jose (SJO)

Here are Avianca’s focus cities:

  • Guatemala City (GUA)
  • San Pedro Sula (SAP)
  • Managua (MGA)
  • Medellín (MDE)

Azores Airlines Hubs

Azores Airlines hubs and focus cities

Azores Airlines is a Portuguese airline, formerly known as SATA. Azores Airlines operates an extremely small fleet size of 5 airplanes. Its hub airport is:

  • Ponta Delgada (PDL)*

Azores Airlines’ focus city is:

  • Lisbon (LIS)

Azul Brazilian Airlines Hubs

Azul Brazilian Airlines hubs and focus cities

Azul Brazilian Airlines is a Brazilian airliner founded by superstar airline CEO David Neeleman (founder of JetBlue). This airline is a major player in the regional aviation scene, with hubs in:

  • Belo Horizonte-Confins (CNF)
  • Campinas (VCP)
  • Recife (REC)

Also, Azul has numerous focus cities:

  • Curitiba (CWB)
  • Manaus (MAO)
  • Porto Alegre (POA)
  • Rio de Janeiro-Santos Dumont (SDU)
  • Salvador (SSA)
  • São Paulo-Congonhas (CGH)*
  • São Paulo-Guarulhos (GRU)*

Bamboo Airways Hubs

Bamboo Airways hubs and focus cities

Bamboo Airways is a Vietnamese startup airline owned by Vietnamese conglomerate FLC Group. Currently, Bamboo Airways maintains 2 hubs:

  • Hanoi (HAN)*
  • Ho Chi Minh City (SGN)

Bangkok Airways Hubs

Bangkok Airways hubs and focus cities

Bangkok Airways is a boutique regional airline that sometimes gets confused as a low-cost carrier. This airline consistently gets rave reviews and offers amazing perks, such as lounge access on economy flights and food, even on short-haul flights.

Its hubs are:

  • Bangkok-Suvarnabhumi (BKK)*
  • Phuket (HKT)
  • Chiang Mai (CNX)
  • Krabi (KBV)
  • Koh Samui (USM)

British Airways Hubs

British Airways hubs and focus cities

British Airways is one of the world’s largest airlines. This Oneworld partner airline has 2 hubs in the same city:

  • London-Heathrow (LHR)*
  • London-Gatwick (LGW)

Additionally, British Airways maintains 1 U.S. focus city:

Brussels Airlines Hubs

Brussels Airlines hubs and focus cities

Brussels Airlines is the flag carrier of Belgium and also the largest airline in that country. This relatively new airline was founded in 2006. Brussels Airlines is a subsidiary of Lufthansa Group, and it maintains 1 central hub at:

  • Brussels (BRU)*

Cathay Pacific Hubs

Cathay Pacific and Cathay Dragon hubs and focus cities

Cathay Pacific is one of the world’s most iconic airlines. The flag carrier of Hong Kong serves tons of countries worldwide and connects international travelers to the financial capital of Asia.

A central hub airport is maintained via:

  • Hong Kong (HKG)*

Also, Cathay Pacific has 1 focus city, and that is:

  • Taipei-Taoyuan (TPE)

China Airlines Hubs

China Airlines hubs and focus cities

China Airlines, despite its moniker, does not have a formal association with China. Instead, China Airlines is the flag carrier of Taiwan, which is not currently a part of mainland China.

China Airlines operates chiefly out of its hub:

  • Taipei-Taoyuan (TPE)*

Also, China Airlines operates flights to/from its focus cities:

  • Hong Kong (HKG)
  • Kaohsiung (KHH)
  • Taipei-Songshan (TSA)

China Eastern Hubs

China Eastern hubs and focus cities

China Eastern is one of the largest airlines in the world and the second-largest airline in China. China Eastern is a SkyTeam alliance airline, and the airline is a state-owned enterprise with hubs in:

  • Beijing-Capital (PEK)
  • Kunming (KMG)
  • Qingdao (TAO)
  • Shanghai-Hongqiao (SHA)
  • Shanghai-Pudong (PVG)*
  • Xi’an (XIY)

Here are China Eastern’s focus cities (there’s a ton):

  • Dalian (DLC)
  • Guangzhou (CAN)
  • Harbin (HRB)
  • Hefei (HFE)
  • Lanzhou (LHW)
  • Nanchang (KHN)
  • Nanjing (NKG)
  • Ningbo (NGB)
  • Taiyuan (TYN)
  • Yantai (YNT)

China Southern Hubs

China Southern hubs and focus cities

China Southern is the largest airline in China by passengers carried, surpassing China Eastern by around 28%. China Southern is, just like Air China and China Eastern, a state-owned airline that is overseen by the government.

China Southern has hubs in:

  • Guangzhou (CAN)*
  • Shanghai-Pudong (PVG)
  • Ürümqi (URC)

Furthermore, China Southern has a ton of focus cities:

  • Bangkok-Suvarnabhumi (BKK)
  • Changchun (CGQ)
  • Changsha (CSX)
  • Guiyang (KWE)
  • Haikou (HAK)
  • Jieyang (SWA)
  • Sanya (SYX)
  • Shenyang (SHE)
  • Zhengzhou (CGO)
  • Zhuhai (ZUH)

Condor Hubs

Condor hubs and focus cities

Condor is a German airline that was formerly a subsidiary of Thomas Cook Group. However, Thomas Cook Group declared bankruptcy and is being sold to Polish Aviation Group, which owns LOT Polish Airlines.

Currently, Condor maintains its hub at:

  • Frankfurt (FRA)*

Also, Condor has 6 focus cities:

  • Düsseldorf (DUS)
  • Hamburg (HAM)
  • Hannover (HAJ)
  • Leipzig/Halle (LEJ)
  • Munich (MUC)
  • Stuttgart (STR)

Copa Airlines Hubs

Copa Airlines hubs and focus cities

Copa Airlines is the flag carrier of Panama, the Central American logistics hub. Copa Airlines has 1 hub airport:

  • Panama City (PTY)*

Also, it has 2 focus cities:

  • Bogotá (BOG)
  • San José (SJO)

Croatia Airlines Hubs

Croatia Airlines hubs and focus cities

Croatia Airlines is the Star Alliance carrier mainly operating flights to/from Croatia. The airline’s hub is:

  • Zagreb (ZAG)*

Croatia Airlines’ 3 focus cities are:

  • Dubrovnik (DBV)
  • Split (SPU)
  • Zadar (ZAD)

Czech Airlines Hubs

Czech Airlines hubs and focus cities

Czech Airlines is a SkyTeam airline that doesn’t operate very many long-haul flights. Still, of its 30 destinations, you can find its sole airport hub at:

  • Prague (PRG)*

Delta Air Lines Hubs

Delta Air Lines hubs and focus cities

Delta Air Lines is one of the biggest carriers in the world. As the flagship member of the SkyTeam alliance, it has tons of airport hubs:

  • Atlanta (ATL)*
  • Boston (BOS)
  • Detroit (DTW)
  • Minneapolis/St. Paul (MSP)
  • Salt Lake City (SLC)
  • Seattle (SEA)

Also, Delta considers these 2 cities to be focus cities:

  • Raleigh-Durham (RDU)

Edelweiss Air Hubs

Edelweiss Air hubs and focus cities

Edelweiss Air is the Swiss leisure airline, which acts as a counterpart to SWISS International Air Lines. In fact, an analogy can be made that Edelweiss Air is to SWISS Air as Condor is to Lufthansa.

Nonetheless, it only has 1 airport hub:

  • Zurich (ZRH)*

Egyptair Hubs

Egyptair hubs and focus cities

Egyptair is one of the 3 African Star Alliance partners, with the other 2 being Ethiopian Airlines and South African Airways. Interestingly, it was founded in 1932, which makes it one of the oldest airlines in the world.

Its sole hub airport is in:

  • Cairo (CAI)*

Egyptair has 4 focus cities:

  • Alexandria (HBE)
  • Hurghada (HRG)
  • Luxor (LXR)
  • Sharm El Sheikh (SSH)

EL AL hubs and focus cities

EL AL is the flag carrier of Israel. It has 1 airport hub:

  • Tel Aviv (TLV)*

Emirates Hubs

Emirates hubs and focus cities

Emirates is one of the world’s most famous airlines. It is a state-owned airline based in Dubai, and it’s also the largest airline in the Middle East. Here is its hub airport:

  • Dubai (DXB)*

Ethiopian Airlines Hubs

Ethiopian Airlines hubs and focus cities

Ethiopian Airlines is one of the fastest-growing African airlines in the world. This Star Alliance partner has a strategic location in its airport hub:

  • Addis Ababa (ADD)*

Additionally, Ethiopian Airlines has a focus city in the capital of Togo, a West African nation:

Etihad Airways Hubs

Etihad Airways hubs and focus cities

Etihad Airways is the flag carrier of the United Arab Emirates, despite being the second-largest airline in the country. Founded in 2003, this airline is one of the quintessential airlines that make up the “Big 3.”

Here is its airport hub:

  • Abu Dhabi (AUH)*

Eurowings Hubs

Eurowings hubs and focus cities

Eurowings is a subsidiary of Lufthansa Group, and it operates under low-cost carrier model with its hub:

Also, Eurowings has these focus cities:

  • Berlin (BER)
  • Cologne/Bonn (CGN)
  • Nuremberg (NUE)
  • Palma de Mallorca (PMI)
  • Pristina (PRN)
  • Salzburg (SLZ)
  • Vienna (VIE)

EVA Air Hubs

EVA Air hubs and focus cities

EVA Air is the largest airline in Taiwan. It has its main airport hub:

It also has lots of focus cities:

  • Taipei-Songshan (SHA)

Fiji Airways Hubs

Fiji Airways hubs and focus cities

Fiji Airways is the flag carrier of Fiji, and it operates most international flights out of its hub:

  • Nadi (NAN)*

Also, Fiji Airways has 1 other focus city:

  • Nausori (SUV)

Finnair Hubs

Finnair hubs and focus cities

Finnair is the flag carrier of Finland. This Northern European country only has 1 airport hub:

  • Helsinki (HEL)*

French Bee Hubs

French bee hubs and focus cities

French Bee is a low-cost European airline headquartered in France. It has 1 hub airport:

  • Paris-Orly (ORY)*

Frontier Airlines Hubs

Frontier Airlines hubs and focus cities

Frontier Airlines is a major low-cost carrier in the United States. It has 1 hub airport in:

  • Denver (DEN)*

And it has many focus cities:

  • Atlanta (ATL)
  • Cleveland (CLE)
  • Las Vegas (LAS)
  • Orlando (MCO)
  • Philadelphia (PHL)
  • Trenton (TTN)

Garuda Indonesia Hubs

Garuda Indonesia hubs and focus cities

Garuda Indonesia is the flag carrier of Indonesia, and it is famous for offering one of the world’s best international first class products . This SkyTeam airline has hubs in:

  • Bali-Denpasar (DPS)
  • Balikpapan (BPN)
  • Jakarta (CGK)*
  • Makassar (UPG)
  • Medan (KNO)
  • Surabaya (SUB)

Garuda Indonesia has 3 focus cities:

  • Manado (MDC)
  • Palembang (PLM)
  • Yogyakarta (JOG)

GOL hubs and focus cities

GOL is a Brazilian low-cost carrier and one of the largest airlines in South America. This airline has airport hubs in:

  • Brasília (BSB)
  • Fortaleza-Pinto Martins (FOR)
  • Rio de Janeiro-Galeão (GIG)
  • São Paulo-Guarulhos (GRU)
  • São Paulo-Congonhas (CGH)

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Also, this airline has focus cities in tons of places:

  • Rio de Janeiro-Santos Dumont (SDU)*
  • Vitória (VIX)

Gulf Air Hubs

Gulf Air hubs and focus cities

Gulf Air is the flag carrier of Bahrain, a small Middle Eastern country. It chiefly operates out of its hub in Muharraq:

  • Bahrain (BAH)*

Hainan Airlines Hubs

Hainan Airlines hubs and focus cities

Hainan Airlines is one of the world’s largest airlines. It is the largest civilian-run company in China, and it’s the fourth-largest airline in China. Hainan Airlines operates numerous point-to-point routes, as well as a solid number of hub-and-spoke routes, which provides a good mix within its network.

Hainan Airlines’ main hubs are:

  • Haikou (HAK)*
  • Xi’An (XIY)

Also, Hainan Airlines has focus cities in:

Hawaiian Airlines Hubs

Hawaiian Airlines

Hawaiian Airlines is the main operator of international flights to/from Hawaii, as well as a large operator of domestic flights to/from Hawaii. It’s 2 hub airports are:

  • Honolulu (HNL)*
  • Kahului (OGG)

HK Express Hubs

HK Express hubs and focus cities

HK Express is the low-cost carrier in Hong Kong that was recently bought out by Cathay Pacific. This airline operates exclusively out of its airport hub:

Hong Kong Airlines Hubs

Hong Kong Airlines hubs and focus cities

Hong Kong Airlines is owned by HNA Group, the same conglomerate that owns Hainan Airlines. However, Hong Kong Airlines operates flights out of its hub in:

Iberia Hubs

Iberia hubs and focus cities

Iberia is the flag carrier of Spain. This Oneworld airline is smaller in network size than expected. Still, Iberia flies planes to/from its hub in Spain:

  • Madrid (MAD)*

Icelandair Hubs

Icelandair hubs and focus cities

Icelandair is the flag carrier of Iceland, a huge tourist destination. Icelandair maintains a strong position offering both convenient nonstop flights to Iceland, as well as affordable connecting flights to Europe via Iceland.

Specifically, Icelandair operates flights from its airport hub in the capital city of Reykjavik:

  • Keflavik (KEF)*

InterJet Hubs

Interjet hubs and focus cities

InterJet is a Mexican low-cost carrier, and it is the country’s third-largest airline, falling behind Aeroméxico and Volaris. InterJet’s airport hub is in:

Also, InterJet’s 3 focus cities are:

  • Cancún (CUN)

Japan Airlines (JAL) Hubs

Japan Airlines hubs and focus cities

Japan Airlines is Japan’s flag carrier, despite being smaller in size than its main competitor, ANA. Its headquarters are located in Shinagawa it has hub airports in:

It also has focus cities in:

JetBlue Hubs

JetBlue hubs and focus cities

JetBlue is one of the world’s most famous low-cost carriers. As one of the pioneers of this business model, JetBlue has focused on placing hub airports on the East Coast:

  • New York City (JFK)*
  • San Juan (SJU)

Jetstar Hubs

Jetstar hubs and focus cities

Jetstar is an Australian low-cost carrier that operates many short-haul, regional, and even international long-haul flights. Jetstar has hubs in:

  • Auckland (AKL)
  • Brisbane (BNE)
  • Cairns (CNS)
  • Gold Coast (OOL)
  • Melbourne (MEL)*

Additionally, Jetstar designates its focus cities as:

  • Adelaide (ADL)
  • Perth (PER)

Kenya Airways Hubs

Kenya Airways hubs and focus cities

Kenya Airways is the flag carrier of Kenya. It maintains its sole hub in its capital city:

  • Nairobi (NBO)*

KLM hubs and focus cities

KLM is the Netherlands flag carrier. As one of the most important SkyTeam partners, KLM operates flights chiefly out of its hub airport:

  • Amsterdam-Schipol (AMS)*

Korean Air Hubs

Korean Air hubs and focus cities

Korean Air is the flag carrier of South Korea. It operates flights out of 3 hub airports:

Also, Korean Air flies through its focus city:

La Compagnie Hubs

La Compagnie hubs and focus cities

La Compagnie is a boutique airline that offers all-business class flights from its hub airport in Paris:

LATAM hubs and focus cities

LATAM Airlines Group is Latin America’s largest airline holding company. Numerous different subsidiaries fall under its umbrella. This is why there are so many hub airports:

  • Buenos Aires-Ezeiza (EZE)
  • Buenos Aires-Newbery (AEP)
  • Guayaquil (GYE)
  • Rio de Janeiro (GIG)
  • Santiago (SCL)*
  • São Paulo (GRU)

Here are LATAM’s non-hub focus cities:

  • Arequipa (AQP)
  • Asunción (ASU)
  • Belém (BEL)
  • Belo Horizonte (CNF)
  • Cusco (CUZ)
  • Florianópolis (FLN)
  • Fortaleza (FOR)
  • Natal (NAT)
  • Rio de Janeiro Santas (SDU)

LOT Polish Airlines Hubs

LOT Polish Airlines hubs and focus cities

LOT Polish Airlines is the flag carrier of Poland, and this airline has 2 hub airports:

  • Budapest (BUD)
  • Warsaw (WAW)*

Interestingly, LOT Polish Airlines designates the capital of Estonia as its focus city:

  • Tallinn (TLL)

Lufthansa Hubs

Lufthansa hubs and focus cities

Lufthansa is one of the largest and most well-known airlines in the world. This airline only has 2 hubs:

Luxair Hubs

Luxair hubs and focus cities

Luxair is a relatively unknown airline. The flag carrier of Luxembourg, this airline has a very small route network. Still, Luxair’s hub is in:

  • Luxembourg (LUX)*

Malaysia Airlines Hubs

Malaysia Airlines hubs and focus cities

Malaysia Airlines is a Oneworld partner that offers lots of flights to Malaysia, which contains over 800+ islands! Its airport hubs are in:

  • Kota Kinabalu (BKI)

Additionally, Malaysia Airlines has 1 focus city:

Middle East Airlines Hubs

Middle East Airlines hubs and focus cities

Middle East Airlines is the flag carrier of one of the most historically significant countries in the world: Lebanon. This SkyTeam airline doesn’t operate many long-haul routes. Instead, it focuses on regional flights from its hub in:

  • Beirut (BEY)*

Norwegian Air International Hubs

Norwegian Air International hubs and focus cities

Norwegian Air International is one of the most well-known low-cost carriers in the world. Norwegian Air flies its planes to/from 1 hub airport:

  • Oslo (OSL)*

Additionally, Norwegian Air has a ton of focus cities:

  • Barcelona (BCN)
  • Copenhagen (CPH)
  • Helsinki (HEL)
  • Stockholm-Arlanda (ARN)

Oman Air Hubs

Oman Air hubs and focus cities

Oman Air, as the name might suggest, is the flag carrier of the Sultanate of Oman. Located just east of the United Arab Emirates, Oman Air operates numerous long-haul flights, including some ultra-long-haul flights. However, all of its flights should depart from its hub:

  • Muscat (MCT)*

Pakistan International Airlines Hubs

Pakistan International Airlines hubs and focus cities

Pakistan International Airlines, or PIA, is the flag carrier and national airline of Pakistan. This airline operates flights between its 3 hub airports:

  • Islamabad (ISB)
  • Karachi (KHI)*
  • Lahore (LHE)

Philippine Airlines Hubs

Philippine Airlines hubs and focus cities

Philippine Airlines is the essential flag carrier airline connecting the Philippines to the rest of the world. This airline is a major player in global aviation, and it has its airline hubs in:

  • Clark (CRK)
  • Davao (DVO)
  • Manila (MNL)*
  • Kalibo (KLO)

Qantas Hubs

Qantas hubs and focus cities 1

Qantas is the flag carrier of Australia. This ultra-famous airline has a reputation for being the safest airline in the world. In fact, this airline has never had a fatality on any of its jets.

Qantas maintains airport hubs in these essential airports:

  • Melbourne (MEL)
  • Sydney (SYD)*

Also, Qantas designates these airports as its focus cities:

  • Darwin (DRW)
  • Singapore (SIN)

Qatar Airways Hubs

Qatar Airways hubs and focus cities

Qatar Airways is the flag carrier of Qatar, one of the richest countries in the world. Located just east of Saudi Arabia, this airline operates one of the most famous business class products, the Qatar Airways QSuite .

You can fly on Qatar Airways for the most part by going through its hub airport:

  • Doha (DOH)*

Royal Air Maroc Hubs

Royal Air Maroc hubs and focus cities

Royal Air Maroc is the flag carrier of Morocco, and it operates most flights through its hub airport:

  • Casablanca (CMN)*

However, Royal Air Maroc has 2 other focus cities:

  • Marrakesh (RAK)
  • Tangier (TNG)

Royal Brunei Airlines Hubs

Royal Brunei Airlines

Royal Brunei Airlines is the flag carrier and national airline of Brunei. This is one of the world’s richest countries, though it’s a controversial destination governed by Sharia law.

Royal Brunei Airlines flies to/from its hub in the capital:

  • Bandar Seri Begawan (BWN)*

Royal Jordanian Hubs

Royal Jordanian Airlines hubs and focus cities

Royal Jordanian is the flag carrier airline of the Middle Eastern country Jordan. It operates flights mostly from its hub airport:

  • Amman (AMM)*

Additionally, you’ll see flights operating to/from its sole focus city:

  • Aqaba (AQJ)

RwandAir Hubs

RwandAir hubs and focus cities 1

RwandAir is the flag carrier of the African country Rwanda. It operates flights through its 2 hubs:

  • Cotonou (COO)
  • Kigali (KGL)*

S7 Airlines Hubs

S7 Airlines hubs and focus cities

S7 is one of the largest airlines in Russia. The 2 hubs are:

  • Moscow-Domodedovo (DME)
  • Novosibirsk (OVB)*

There are 3 focus cities in S7’s classifications. Namely:

  • Irkutsk (IKT)
  • St. Petersburg (LED)
  • Vladivostok (VVO)

Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) Hubs

Scandinavian Airlines hubs and focus cities 1

SAS, which is short for Scandinavian Airlines, is the flag carrier of Denmark, Norway, and Sweden. As such, its 3 main hubs are in its capital cities:

  • Stockholm-Arlanda (ARN)*

SAS has 5 focus cities:

  • Bergen (BGO)
  • Gothenburg (GOT)
  • Stavanger (SVG)
  • Tromsø (TOS)
  • Trondheim (TRD)

Saudia Hubs

Saudia hubs and focus cities

Saudia is the national carrier of Saudi Arabia, the largest Middle Eastern country. Saudia considers all these 3 cities to be its airport hubs:

  • Dammam (DMM)
  • Jeddah (JED)*
  • Riyadh (RUH)

Shanghai Airlines Hubs

Shanghai Airlines hubs and focus cities

Shanghai Airlines is a regional carrier subsidiary of China Eastern. It has 2 hub airports, though both are in the same city:

  • Shanghai-Hongqiao (SHA)*

Singapore Airlines Hubs

Singapore Airlines hubs and focus cities

Singapore Airlines is the flag carrier of Singapore. It also owns regional subsidiaries Scoot. Collectively, these 2 airlines have 1 airport hub:

  • Singapore (SIN)*

South African Airways Hubs

South African Airways hubs and focus cities

South African Airways is the flag carrier of South Africa. As a result, it has 1 hub airport:

  • Johannesburg (JNB)*

It also has 1 focus city:

  • Cape Town (CPT)

Southwest Airlines Hubs

Southwest Airlines hubs and focus cities

Southwest Airlines has numerous operating bases, which will be considered hubs for this discussion. Here are all of Southwest Airlines’ hubs:

  • Baltimore (BWI)
  • Chicago-Midway (MDW)
  • Dallas-Love Field (DAL)*
  • Denver (DEN)
  • Houston-Hobby (HOU)
  • Oakland (OAK)

Spirit Airlines Hubs

Spirit Airlines hubs and focus cities

Spirit Airlines is one of the U.S.’s largest low-cost carriers. In fact, it is the seventh-largest airline, which is impressive compared to juggernauts like Delta, United, and American Airlines.

Spirit Airlines’ main operating bases are:

  • Atlantic City (ACY)
  • Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW)

Interestingly, Spirit Airlines’ headquarters is in Miramar, Florida, which is in the Miami metro area.

SriLankan Airlines Hubs

SriLankan Airlines hubs and focus cities

SriLankan Airlines is the Oneworld airline partner responsible for much of the connectivity in South Asia. Located off the coast of India, SriLankan Airlines is the flag carrier of Sri Lanka, which is the largest airline in Sri Lanka.

As the island nation is small, SriLankan Airlines operates flights only out of its capital:

  • Colombo (CMB)*

Sun Country Airlines Hubs

Sun Country Airlines hubs and focus cities

Sun Country Airlines is a U.S. low-cost carrier, similar to Spirit Airlines. However, it’s the 11th largest airline in the U.S., and it has 1 main hub:

  • Minneapolis/St. Paul (MSP)*

It focuses on flights to/from these 3 cities:

SWISS International Air Lines Hubs

Swiss International Air Lines hubs and focus cities

SWISS International Air Lines is one of the world’s most famous airlines. The Star Alliance partner is owned by Lufthansa Group, and it operates tons of flights to/from its capital city:

Also, SWISS Air has 1 focus city:

  • Geneva (GVA)

TAAG Angola Airlines Hubs

TAAG Angola Airlines hubs and focus cities

TAAG Angola Airlines is the flag carrier and national airline of the African country of Angola. It is 100% owned by the government of Angola, and it doesn’t fall under any major airline alliances.

TAAG has only 1 airline hub in Angola’s capital city:

  • Luanda (LAD)*

TAP Air Portugal Hubs

TAP Air Portugal hubs and focus cities

TAP Air Portugal is the main airline operating flights to/from Portugal. The flag carrier of Portugal and popular Star Alliance partner is famous for offering cheap connecting tickets to Europe via Portugal, both in economy and business class.

TAP Air Portugal has 2 hubs:

  • Lisbon (LIS)*
  • Porto (OPO)
  • Madeira (FNC)

Thai Airways Hubs

THAI Airways hubs and focus cities

Thai Airways is the flag carrier and majority government-owned airline of Thailand. Thai Airways is famous for its amazing first class product , and it’s no secret that Thai Airways mostly operates flights to/from its 2 hubs in Thailand:

Transavia Airlines Hubs

Transavia hubs and focus cities

Transavia is one of the low-cost carriers in Europe. It’s owned wholly by KLM, which makes it fall under the Air France-KLM Group.

It has 2 hub airports:

  • Brussels (BRU)

It also has 3 focus cities:

  • Eindhoven (EIN)
  • Groningen (GRQ)
  • Rotterdam (RTM)

Turkish Airlines Hubs

Turkish Airlines hubs and focus cities

Turkish Airlines is the flag carrier of Turkey, the quasi-European and Middle Eastern country. This airline has 3 hub airports:

  • Ankara (ESB)
  • Istanbul (IST)*
  • Istanbul-Sabiha (SAW)

Also, Turkish Airlines has 1 focus city:

  • Izmir (ADB)

Ukraine International Hubs

Ukraine International Airlines hubs and focus cities

Ukraine International Airlines is the flag carrier of Ukraine. This airline doesn’t belong to any major alliance, but the key hub airport is located in its capital:

  • Kiev (KBP)*

United Airlines Hubs

United Airlines hubs and focus cities

United Airlines is one of the world’s largest airlines and is one of the big 3 airlines in the U.S. Known for its Polaris Class product, United Airlines has numerous airline hubs:

  • Chicago (ORD)*
  • Houston (IAH)
  • Newark (EWRK)
  • Washington, D.C. (IAD)

Uzbekistan Airways Hubs

Uzbekistan Airways hubs and focus cities

Uzbekistan Airways is one of the core airlines in Central Asia, following the close lead of Air Astana. In this case, Uzbekistan Airways operates flights to/from the same country, Uzbekistan. Namely, it operates flights to/from its hub airport in the capital:

  • Tashkent (TAS)*

Vietnam Airlines Hubs

Vietnam Airlines hubs and focus cities

Vietnam Airlines is one of the fastest-growing SkyTeam airline partners in the world. Its primary role is to serve as one of the arteries connecting the SkyTeam alliance to Southeast Asia, particularly the smaller cities in Southeast Asia.

Vietnam Airlines has 3 airport hubs:

  • Da Nang (DAD)

Vietnam Airlines also has 2 focus cities in neighboring Cambodia:

  • Phnom Penh (PNH)
  • Siem Reap (REP)

Virgin Atlantic Hubs

Virgin Atlantic hubs and focus cities

Virgin Atlantic , based in Crawley, England, is one of the most beloved and popular airlines in the world. Operating as a daughter organization of Virgin Group, Virgin Atlantic plays a pivotal role in connecting the U.K. to the rest of the world.

Virgin Atlantic has 3 hubs:

  • London-Heathrow (LHR)
  • Manchester (MAN)

Virgin Australia Hubs

Virgin Australia hubs and focus cities

Virgin Australia is the other big-name airline under the Virgin Group umbrella. This time, Virgin Australia operates flights to/from Oceania.

The 4 main airport hubs are:

  • Brisbane (BNE)*

While the main focus cities are:

Vistara Hubs

Vistara hubs and focus cities

Vistara is one of the newest airlines to emerge in the commercial aviation scene. Most notable for its corporate structure being 51% owned by Tata Group and 49% owned by Singapore Airlines, this is undoubtedly one of the most prominent business ventures in aviation.

Currently, Vistara has only 1 airport hub:

Volaris Hubs

Volaris hubs and focus cities

Volaris is the second-largest airline in Mexico. Here are its hub airports:

  • Tijuana (TIJ)

Here are its focus cities:

Vueling Airlines Hubs

Vueling Airlines hubs and focus cities

Vueling is the second-largest airline in Spain. Here are its 2 hubs:

  • Barcelona (BCN)*

WestJet Hubs

Westjet hubs and focus cities

WestJet is a Canadian low-cost carrier. It has 3 hubs:

  • Calgary (YYC)*

Westjet also has 3 focus cities:

  • Edmonton (YEG)
  • Winnipeg (YWG)

XiamenAir Hubs

XiamenAir hubs and focus cities

Xiamen Air is a SkyTeam partner connecting much of South China to the rest of the world. Here are the 3 hub cities:

  • Fuzhou (FOC)
  • Xiamen (XMN)*

It has these focus cities:

  • Quanzhou (JJN)

In this guide, we talked in detail about the benefits and drawbacks of flying through airline hubs. We also compared 2 operational models: the hub-and-spoke model and the point-to-point model.

We discussed why points travelers should be interested in learning about airport hubs as they relate to each airline they’re interested in flying. For example, knowing where Cathay Pacific offers its first class product is half the battle, and you can bet that they operate these flights to/from its airport hub in Hong Kong.

Now, you have the best resource and the most comprehensive guide on where airline hubs are located around the world.

All content images credited to Great Circle Mapper.

Frequently Asked Questions

Which airports are hubs.

Many airports are hubs. It just depends on which airlines you’re talking about. For example, American Airlines has these airport hubs in the U.S.:

Also, American Airlines’ focus cities are believed to be:

  • Reagan-National (DCA

On the other hand, Delta Air Lines has these airport hubs:

Therefore, you’ll need to figure out which airline you want to learn about in order to find its hubs because each airline designates different cities as its hubs.

What is a hub for an airline?

In other words, if an airline has lots of traffic, flights, and general operations at a particular airport, that airport is considered a hub.

What is a hub and spoke topology?

Hub and spoke topology is a type of route network that describes connecting numerous minor destinations to a central, hub location. Then, long-haul flights universally depart from the hub airport. This is in contrast to a point-to-point model, which operates smaller, low-capacity airplanes on nonstop routes, even if they’re not between 2 major cities.

What are the benefits of the hub and spoke system?

Operationally, it is much easier to achieve economies of scale and lower OpEx when you employ a hub and spoke system. For example, Emirates can maintain all of its flight attendant bases and primarily only consider operations through 1 airport: Dubai (DXB).

Usually, hub and spoke models save airlines money. In many cases (except for hub captives), booking airplane tickets from hub-and-spoke model airlines results in cheaper fares. However, in some cases, booking flights as a hub captive (e.g. American Airlines in Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW))) can result in diminished competition and higher fares.

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Airline Hub Guide: Which U.S. Cities Are Major Hubs and Why it Matters

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The favored model of the American airline industry since its deregulation in 1978, airport hubs have formed the backbone of the country’s present-day aviation network and marketplace. Nowadays these hub-and-spoke systems have become ubiquitous in the U.S. travel sphere, replacing most previous point-to-point models offered by airlines.

By providing greater efficiency and profitability, the hub system seems here to stay, so lets took a look at how this transportation model can benefit both the airline and the passengers they carry.

Why Hubs Matter for Passengers

In a perfect world, every flight would be nonstop, and you'd be jetting off to your destination without any extended connection times or roundabout routings. But in that perfect world, your airfare would likely cost triple.

So why do hubs matter for passengers? The almighty dollar. If airlines can reduce costs by running an efficient hub-and-spoke system, they can, in theory , pass along the savings to the customer. While airport connections aren’t always ideal, hubs allow for carriers to provide more extensive route networks, streamlined operations, and lower fares.

And those low fares come in several forms.

Some of the best-unadvertised savings in the entire aviation marketplace come in the form of hub attacks by competing airlines. These fare wars often instigated by rival carriers trying to undercut prices on select routes from a competitor hub airport, sometimes to the tune of hundreds of dollars.

As an example, Delta might try to drum up sales in a market such as Houston (IAH) that are traditionally dominated by United Airlines by listing fares to destinations in say, Europe or Hawaii, for half the going price. By instigating a fare war, Delta can cut into United’s hub profits and sway customers who are generally handcuffed to United’s monopolized airfares to try their product instead.

These so-called fare wars often escalate quickly with multiple airlines getting in on the action targeting rivals’ hometown hubs across the country. By knowing which hub is nearest to you and which airlines tend to undercut prices when a fare war kicks up might be key in grabbing a rock-bottom fare during one of these short-lived unadvertised sales and save big.

Why Hubs Matter for Airlines

Consolidated route networks play a big part in how airlines can shed overhead on their overall operational costs. Hubs allow airlines to funnel feeder flights with lower passenger volumes through strategically placed airports without having to allot larger aircraft on less popular city-to-city pairings. Thus, adjusting for the total number of travelers on routes and reducing empty seats – the bane of every carrier’s bottom line.

For example, instead of offering a nonstop point-to-point option between two smaller cities like Des Moines (DSM) and Dayton (DAY) that would more than likely fly half empty, these two markets connect through a midway hub like Detroit (DTW) or Chicago (ORD) . This allows the airline to better utilize its aircraft and corral passengers between the two points at a profitable schedule while reducing its risk of low passenger loads.

Hubs also provide airlines with a centralized work base for employees, allow for more timely mechanical fixes, and provide additional options for aircraft swaps or adjustments, all of which significantly reduce operating costs compared to a point-to-point system.

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A List of Airport Hubs Across America

The following is a list of major U.S.-based carriers and the location of their airport hubs cities.

(Red dots indicate hubs – Yellow for focus cities)

Alaska airlines.

Focused on West Coast markets, Alaska Airlines operates five hubs with its primary hub and headquarters located at Seattle–Tacoma International Airport (SEA). Focus cities of San Diego (SAN) and San Jose (SJC) round out the carrier’s prodigious Pacific Coast presence.

Map showing hubs and focus cities for Alaska Airlines

  • Seattle/Tacoma (SEA) – Primary Hub
  • Anchorage (ANC)
  • Los Angeles (LAX)
  • Portland (PDX)
  • San Francisco (SFO)

Focus Cities

  • San Diego (SAN)
  • San Jose (SJC)

American Airlines

As the world's largest airline, American routes its nearly 200,000,000+ annual passengers through its ten major U.S. hubs. Following its merger with US Airways in 2013, American added Phoenix (PHX), Philadelphia (PHL), Washington DC (DCA), and Charlotte (CLT) to its roster of hub airports. While unofficial, Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) is considered the airline’s primary hub and home to the company’s global headquarters.

  • Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) – Primary Hub
  • Charlotte (CLT)
  • Chicago–O’Hare (ORD)
  • Miami (MIA)
  • New York–Kennedy (JFK)
  • New York–LaGuardia (LGA)
  • Philadelphia (PHL)
  • Phoenix (PHX)
  • Washington DC–National (DCA)

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Delta Air Lines

Considered to be the first mega-hub in America, Atlanta’s Hartsfield–Jackson International Airport (ATL) is also the world’s busiest and the primary hub for hometown Delta Air Lines. After finalizing its merger with Northwest Airlines in 2010, Delta inherited hubs at Minneapolis (MSP) and Detroit (DTW) and upgraded its presence in Boston (SEA) in 2019 bringing its total hub count to nine.

Map showing the hubs and focus cities for Delta Airlines

  • Atlanta (ATL) - Primary Hub
  • Boston (BOS)
  • Detroit (DTW)
  • Minneapolis/Saint Paul (MSP)
  • Salt Lake City (SLC)
  • Seattle/Tacoma (SEA)
  • Raleigh/Durham (RDU)

United Airlines

Chicago-based United Airlines operates a total of seven hubs in the States, including its prime base at hometown O'Hare (ORD) airport. Its merger with Continental Airlines in 2010 has resulted in the addition of Newark (EWR) and Houston-Intercontinental (IAH) to its roster of hub airports. Cleveland Hopkins International (CLE) a former Continental hub has been disbanded by United in favor of increased service at other regional airports.

  • Chicago–O’Hare (ORD) - Primary Hub
  • Denver (DEN)
  • Houston–Intercontinental (IAH)
  • Newark (EWR)
  • Washington DC–Dulles (IAD)

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Hawaiian Airlines

Honolulu-based Hawaiian Airlines operates two hubs in the 50 th state – its headquarters at Daniel K. Inouye/Honolulu International Airport (HNL) and its secondary outpost on the island of Maui at Kahului Airport (OGG). Kona International Airport (KOA) and Lihue Airport (LIH) serve as focus cities for the airline.

Map showing hubs and focus cities for Hawaiian Airlines

  • Honolulu–Oahu (HNL) - Primary Hub
  • Kahului–Maui (OGG)
  • Kona–Big Island (KOA)
  • Lihue–Kauai (LIH)

Frontier Airlines forgoes maintaining multiple hubs across its network and relies on a patchwork of focus cities to connect its low-cost customers to their destinations. The budget carrier supports a solitary hub at Denver International Airport (DEN) of which most of its West Coast connections route through. On East Coast operations, Frontier tends to lean toward a point-to-point model but often routes passengers through one of its nine focus airports.

Map showing the hubs and focus cities for Frontier Airlines

  • Denver (DEN) – Operating Base
  • Atlanta (ATL)
  • Cleveland (CLE)
  • Las Vegas (LAS)
  • Orlando (MCO)
  • Tampa (TPA)
  • Trenton (TTN)

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Sun Country Airlines

Ultra low-cost carrier Sun Country’s route network is primarily connected through its sole hub at Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport (MSP). Over the last several years the airline has rapidly expanded its route network outside the confines of its Minnesota hub by adding focus airports at Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) and Las Vegas (LAS).

Map showing hubs and focus cities for Sun Country Airlines

  • Minneapolis/Saint Paul (MSP) – Primary Hub
  • Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW)

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Airlines With Operating Bases and Focus Cities Instead of Hubs

Not all airlines rely on the hub-and-spoke system; many provide point-to-point networks to route passengers on strategically chosen flight paths to compete with legacy carriers.

New York-based JetBlue prefers to maintain a single operating base at New York's John F. Kennedy Airport (JFK) instead of proclaiming a primary hub. The airline's low-cost model is heavily reliant on nonstop point-to-point offerings rather than funneling its passenger through the more common hub system. With focus airports in five other cities like Boston (BOS), Orlando (MCO), Ft. Lauderdale (FLL), Long Beach (LGB), and San Juan (SJU), JetBlue’s network leans heavy on East Coast air traffic.

  • New York-Kennedy (JFK) – Operating Base
  • Fort Lauderdale (FLL)
  • Long Beach (LGB)
  • San Juan (SJU)

Southwest Airlines

The anti-establishment answer to the hub-and-spoke system, Southwest has made its mark as the top airline to favor a point-to-point delivery for its passengers. As the largest domestic carrier in the United States, Southwest prefers to assign its important airports as operating bases. The airline currently lists 11 airports as operating bases. Southwest's recent expansion to Hawaii has given the carrier a strong presence at Honolulu International Airport (HNL), but the airline has yet to designate it a focus city or operating base.

(Only airports designated as operating bases shown)

  • Baltimore (BWI)
  • Chicago–Midway (MDW)
  • Dallas–Love Field (DAL)
  • Houston–Hobby (HOU)
  • Los Angles (LAX)
  • Oakland (OAK)

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Spirit Airlines

Ultra-low-cost carrier Spirit Airlines skips doling out the term hub to its busiest airports in favor of labeling them operating bases. The no-frills airline connects some itineraries through one of its seven nationwide stations but for the most part, relies on single leg city-to-city service to deliver passengers to their destinations.

  • Atlantic City (ACY)

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Air Canada has unveiled its expanded Travel Ready hub, an interactive online tool to help customers plan and prepare for upcoming trips. Customers can use it to easily and conveniently obtain such information as necessary travel documentation, COVID-19 test requirements and country travel restrictions for any global destination.

Lucie Guillemette, executive vice president and chief commercial officer at Air Canada, said: “We continue to develop practical solutions to help our customers be travel-ready, wherever they want to go. This includes assisting them in navigating the changing entry requirements set by countries in our global network by making all relevant information available in one convenient place.”

Guillemette continued: “But beyond making essential travel information readily accessible, our easy-to-use Travel Ready hub is designed to make it simple for customers to choose where to go next by showing the countries that are open to visitors through an interactive map.”

A search widget allows users can access information specific to their situation and itinerary.

Among other things, the hub allows customers to:

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  • If their travels require a COVID-19 test, ensure they have the right test (molecular or antigen) taken within the valid time window
  • Provide travel advice, particularly related to airport arrival times, given additional checks in-place. All of these features are designed with the goal of delivering a smoother and quicker airport experience for customers.

Air Canada will continue implementing initiatives to streamline the travel process, increase customer convenience via digital tools, and remain a leader in adopting science-based measures to further enhance safety.

To date, the airline has put in place the following measures for customers to travel easily, confidently and safely:

  • Ongoing restoration and strategic rebuilding of its international, transborder and domestic network to conveniently reunite people with friends and family, together with flexible and expanded change and cancellation options for bookings.
  • A new digital solution via the Air Canada App and website, enabling customers flying between Canada and select countries to conveniently and securely scan and upload COVID-19 test results to validate compliance with government travel requirements prior to arriving at the airport.
  • Numerous streamlined processes, from several check-in options via web, mobile or airport self-serve kiosk, Touch-Free Bag Check and Bag Drop services, digital presentation of all reading materials via PressReader on personal devices. In the lounge, meals can be ordered and delivered straight to the table through the new Maple Leaf Lounge @ la table service, with additional opportunities to further modernize processes underway.
  • The award-winning Air Canada CleanCare+ program, featuring enhanced biosafety measures throughout every stage of air travel from check-in to lounges to boarding to on-board, which includes highly efficient HEPA air filters on aircraft.
  • As of Oct. 31, 2021, Air Canada is requiring all its employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, further ensuring the safety and well-being of customers and employees.

Air Canada’s Travel Ready hub is available at  www.aircanada.com/travelready  and on the mobile version of the Air Canada website.

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Do you ever notice some routes are only available with certain airlines or that the price to fly a particular route varies greatly depending on the airline you fly? Knowing the main airline hubs and the top cities you take the most routes through means you could construct your travel plans to include layovers of your choice. Being willing to pass through hubs (versus direct flights) can mean huge savings on airfare and an extra vacation virtually for free. Here's what you need to know to put this savvy trick into motion.

What Are Airport Hubs?

To provide more efficiency and lower operational costs, airlines generally operate from a hub-and-spoke model. In a hub-and-spoke network, you connect to an airline’s hub first and then to your destination from there. Sometimes, multiple hub connections are involved for especially long flights or smaller airports.

By operating a more condensed network of hub airports, airlines can cut down on the number of empty seats on each flight—this, in turn, helps airlines save on operational costs, and they can (hopefully) pass those savings on to travelers.

For example, anyone flying Delta Airlines regularly has likely connected through its main hub airports in Atlanta or Minneapolis. So, instead of flying a direct route from Hartford, Connecticut, to Lincoln, Nebraska, (which would largely be empty) Delta can connect each of these planes through Minneapolis to corral passengers on a profitable route and schedule.

Knowing the ins and outs of the hub network can help you save on flights. Here's how.

1. Take Advantage of Price Wars

Knowing which cities are the main hubs for different airlines can save you a significant amount of money when searching for plane tickets, especially if these hub city price wars take place during seasonal sales.

For example, if United or American Airlines wanted to undercut Delta’s profits, it might offer selected routes to Minneapolis for a much cheaper price and attract customers who are generally loyal to Delta. So, you could look at grabbing a cheaper flight from a Delta competitor to Minneapolis and combining it with a Delta flight to your destination. Since Minneapolis is one of its main hubs, Delta should offer the lowest prices on the second leg.

2. Use Longer Trips to See Friends and Family

Another way people can save using hubs is by identifying their nearest main hub and several hub cities where they have friends or family.

For instance, my friend in Los Angeles lives close to LAX (a United Airlines hub) and also has close family and friends in United's hubs of Houston (IAH) and Newark (EWR). She travels to Europe and Mexico several times a year, so she specifically looks for routes that stopover in either Houston (which is United's main hub to fly to Central America) to visit her parents or Newark (which is United's hub for flights headed to Europe) where she can take a cab to see and stay with friends during her NYC layover.

By searching for air travel via United's "multi-city" search online and plugging in her preferred cities (hubs) and dates, she often finds deals that take her through cities where she can stay and visit family on her way to her main vacation destination.

These multi-leg flights are usually less expensive than buying direct round-trip tickets from Los Angeles, and more convenient than long layovers in cities where you have no connections or are stuck in a terminal for extra long layovers.

Plus, in some cases, you can even choose a multi-night layover (for the same or lower price), which gives you even more time to visit a friend or family member or explore a city.

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3. Book With Miles

If you plan to use miles for your next plane ticket, compare the cost of traveling through one hub airport to another as it may vary significantly. 

For example, a friend lives in Pittsburgh and frequently visits her parents in Phoenix. American has multiple flights a day with connections in Dallas Fort Worth (DFW), Philadelphia (PHL), New York (JFK) and Chicago (ORD). If she chooses to fly through Philadelphia, it is as low as 19,000 miles round trip. But to go through Chicago or Dallas Fort Worth, it can be as high as 39,500—that's almost double the miles.

The travel time may often be one hour shorter, but considering she could book two round-trip tickets through Philadelphia for the cost in miles of one through Dallas Fort Worth or Chicago, that extra time in transit is worth it.

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Airport Hubs for Most Popular Domestic Airlines

San Francisco International Airport

United Airlines City Hubs

  • Chicago O’Hare International Airport (ORD)
  • Denver International Airport (DEN)
  • George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston (IAH)
  • Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)
  • Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR)
  • San Francisco International Airport (SFO)
  • Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD)

Alaska Airlines City Hubs

Phoenix Sky Harbor American hub

  • Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA)
  • Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport (ANC)
  • Portland International Airport (PDX)

American Airlines City Hubs

  • Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW)
  • Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT)
  • Miami International Airport (MIA)
  • John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York (JFK)
  • LaGuardia International Airport in New York (LGA)
  • Philadelphia International Airport (PHL)
  • Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX)
  • Reagan National Airport, serving Washington, D.C. (DCA)

Delta Airlines City Hubs

Delta plane at MSP airport Minneapolis

  • Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL)
  • Boston Logan International Airport (BOS)
  • Detroit Metro Airport (DTW)
  • Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP)
  • Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC)

JetBlue Focus Cities

JFK airport JetBlue

  • Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL)
  • Long Beach Airport (LGB)
  • Orlando International Airport (MCO)
  • San Juan Airport (SJU)

Southwest Airlines Operating Bases

Southwest plane at Denver airport

  • Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI)
  • Chicago Midway International Airport (MDW)
  • Dallas Love Field Airport (DAL)
  • Denver International Airport (DEN) Houston Hobby Airport (HOU)
  • Harry Reid International Airport in Las Vegas (LAS)
  • Oakland International Airport (OAK)

You can also check out these resources for finding airport hubs in your area:

  • FlightConnections® : Maps all direct flights and connecting flights worldwide
  • Search Google for "Wikipedia + airport name": This will take you to the Wikipedia page for a specific airport, and it lists airlines that operate out of that airport and which cities those airlines fly to from a given airport (under airlines and destinations). It also denotes which airlines use that airport as a hub.

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It’s often easiest to search segment-by-segment, so knowing the hubs is essential, especially when you’re looking for international flights.

Keep in mind that if a particular airline doesn’t have a hub in a desired city, it doesn’t mean that the airline doesn’t fly to/from that city!

Here is a list of airline hubs for some of the US’s largest airlines:

International hubs are in bold

  • Denver – Denver International Airport (DEN)
  • Houston – George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH)
  • Los Angeles – Los Angeles International (LAX)
  • Newark – Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR)
  • Chicago – O’Hare International Airport (ORD)
  • San Francisco – San Francisco International Airport (SFO)
  • Washington – Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD)
  • Guam – Antonio B. Won Pat International Airport (GUM)
  • Tokyo – Narita International Airport (NRT)
  • Charlotte – Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT)
  • Dallas – Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW)
  • Los Angeles – Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)
  • Miami – Miami International Airport (MIA)
  • New York – John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK)
  • New York – LaGuardia Airport (LGA)
  • Philadelphia – Philadelphia International Airport (PHL)
  • Phoenix – Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX)
  • Washington – Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA)
  • Cincinnati – Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG)
  • Detroit – Detroit Metropolitan Airport (DTW)
  • Atlanta – Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL)
  • New York City – John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK)
  • New York City – LaGuardia Airport (LGA)
  • Boston – Logan International Airport (BOS)
  • Minneapolis – Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP)
  • Salt Lake City – Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC)
  • Seattle – Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA)

Southwest airlines calls the airports where they have a large presence as operating bases.

  • Dallas – Dallas Love Field (DAL)
  • Chicago – Chicago Midway International Airport (MDW)
  • Houston – William P. Hobby Airport (HOU)
  • Baltimore – Baltimore Washington International Airport (BWI)
  • Las Vegas – McCarran International Airport (LAS)
  • Oakland – Metropolitan Oakland International Airport (OAK)
  • Orlando – Orlando International Airport (MCO)
  • Phoenix – Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX)

Jet Blue doesn’t have “hubs”, but rather Focus Cities

  • Fort Lauderdale – Hollywood International Airport (FLL)
  • Long Beach – Long Beach Airport (LGB)
  • San Juan – Luis Muñoz Marin International Airport (SJU)

Focus Cities are in bold

  • Portland – Portland International Airport (PDX)
  • Anchorage – Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport (ANC)
  • San Diego – San Diego International Airport (SAN)
  • San Jose – Norman Y Mineta San Jose International Airport (SJC)

This list could come in handy to know how to plan your future travel.  It is also helpful so that you know which airline to pursue elite status with if that is one of your goals.  If you happen to live close to one of the airports that are listed as a hub for several airlines, then you have lots of options!

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Airhub Review: Is Airhub eSIM Good?

by Melissa Giroux | Last updated Mar 31, 2024 | SIM Cards , Travel Tips

Want to find a reliable eSIM to stay connected to the Internet during an upcoming trip? Look no further than Airhub! This eSIM store has plenty of options to help you stay connected during your travels.

In this Airhub eSIM review, we’ll give you more information about their eSIM plans and services so that you can see if it’s a suitable option for you.

When traveling, people often look for local or regional SIM cards. This can sometimes be easy, but other times, it can be difficult.

If your phone only accepts one SIM card, you must choose which one to use or switch back and forth, which can be frustrating. I have experienced this firsthand.

Airhub offers a solution that can simplify your life. Instead of searching for a kiosk at the airport and swapping SIM cards, you can use your Airhub eSIM to connect to the Internet on arrival.

In this guide, we’ll also provide you with more details on eSIMs, and we’ll explain how to use Airhub to purchase an eSIM for your upcoming trips.

Airhub esim Review

❔What Is An eSIM?

An eSIM is like a virtual SIM card.

This means you won’t need to collect many different SIM cards from around the world anymore.

Now, all you need to do is either scan the QR code or manually enter the details given to you once you have purchased your eSIM plan on Airhub.

You no longer have to struggle with small plastic pieces or face language barriers when connecting your phone to the Internet.

With an Airhub eSIM plan, you can easily connect to the Internet in over 150 countries.

❔ What Devices Support eSIM?

There’s a catch, though. Before purchasing an eSIM, you must check if your device is compatible with the eSIM technology.

While eSIMs are now implemented into new phones, they don’t work on older models.

Another thing to note when determining if your device is compatible is where you have purchased it. Some countries currently have limitations or restrictions that could impact your device.

You can check out the best eSIM phones to learn more.

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❔ What Is Airhub?

Airhub is an eSIM store offering plans in over 150 countries.

They offer a wide range of affordable plans in multiple destinations.

You’ll find three types of plans:

  • Local eSIM plans
  • Regional eSIM plans
  • Global eSIM plans

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❔ How Does Airhub Work?

Now that you know what Airhub is, let’s see how it works.

Airhub is an eSIM store that allows you to find local, regional, and global eSIM plans.

You can buy a Airhub eSIM plan in just a few minutes by following the steps below:

  • Go to Airhub .
  • Pick a plan on Airhub.
  • Click on the buy button.
  • Log in or create an account.
  • Confirm the plan chosen by clicking on the button “Continue to Payment”.
  • Choose your travel date.
  • Choose a payment method. They accept credit and debit cards as well as Paypal.
  • Complete the purchase. You can use our coupon code to get 5% discount: AHER5.
  • Click on the link “Installation Instructions” if you need help with installation. Otherwise, click on MyeSIM at the top.
  • Click on Details to scan the QR code. You’ll also get an email with the QR code.
  • Set up an APN.
  • Enable roaming to access the Internet.

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✅ What Are The Benefits Of Using Airhub?

We all need to take care of three main things as soon as we get off the plane.

Get through and survive the typically long immigration queues, exchange or withdraw money, and purchase a travel SIM card.

One of the best things about using Airhub to purchase an eSIM is that it takes away all the stress of buying a SIM card when arriving in a new country.

You can even opt for a regional or global plan if you’re visiting multiple destinations. For example, Airhub offers plans for Europe, Africa, etc.

With an Airhub eSIM, you can connect to the local network as soon as the pilot turns that seatbelt sign off. No more hoping and struggling to connect to the airport’s free wifi.

Below, you’ll find more advantages of using Airhub eSIMs:

  • Legitimate and safe eSIM provider
  • Extensive coverage (150 countries)
  • Global eSIM plans for long-term travelers
  • Excellent customer service

🗒️ My Experience With Airhub eSIM

To give you an idea, I tried Airhub in Europe in January 2023. Once you’re on the website, you simply need to choose your destination and preferred plan.

The buying process is straightforward and only takes a few minutes.

I followed the steps mentioned above and could quickly connect to the Internet without any issues.

My Airhub eSIM was easy to set up and worked right away.

Therefore, my experience with Airhub was positive!

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❔ Is Airhub Safe?

Airhub is a safe and legitimate eSIM provider.

So, if you’re wondering if Airhub is legit – yes, it is.

When I tried Airhub, it worked fine, and I could access the Internet in just a few minutes.

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❔ What To Do If Airhub Is Not Working?

If you’re having issues with Airhub when entering a new country, you can always contact customer support to find a solution to your problem. When I tested their customer service, they replied to me in 1 minute – which is excellent!

Usually, the steps below should help you resolve your issues.

  • In your device settings, your eSIM is active under Mobile Networks
  • Mobile data is turned on for this eSIM
  • Data Roaming is On
  • The APN is saved and selected

That said, if you’re wondering if Airhub is reliable – it is!

🗺️ Airhub Destinations

One of the things I like about Airhub is that you can choose between a wide range of eSIM plans around the world.

You’ll find several countries and regions, as well as global plans.

Airhub offers multiple regional eSIMs:

  • Asia-Pacific
  • Middle East
  • North America

As you can imagine, regional plans are great, especially if you travel to multiple countries within a specific region.

Airhub also offers global eSIM plans.

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💡 Final Thoughts On Airhub eSim Review

If your mobile device supports eSIMs, Airhub is an excellent eSIM provider to consider.

It’s convenient, easy to use, and affordable. You can also pick a monthly plan if that suits you better.

Finally, you can even pick a regional or global plan if you visit multiple countries.

Get your Airhub eSIM today. It only takes a few minutes.

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Air Travel 101: Hub-Spoke vs Point-To-Point

Air Travel 101: Hub-Spoke vs Point-To-Point

There are two main models used by airlines for their route networks: the hub-spoke model and the point-to-point model. Understanding the difference between these two models can help you choose the best airline for your travel needs.

A hub-and-spoke model is a system used by many airlines in which they operate flights from a central hub to a number of smaller destinations, known as spokes. This model allows airlines to efficiently connect a large number of destinations and reduce the need for multiple direct flights between each pair of cities.

One advantage of the hub-and-spoke model is that it allows for more efficient use of aircraft and crew. By having a central hub, airlines can schedule flights and crew in such a way that they can make multiple trips per day, rather than having to return to their home base after each flight. This results in lower costs and increased profits for the airline.

Another advantage is that the hub-and-spoke model allows for more convenient connections for passengers. By having a central hub, passengers can easily connect to multiple destinations without having to go through the hassle of booking separate flights. This can make travel more convenient for passengers and can lead to increased customer satisfaction.

However, there are also some disadvantages to the hub-and-spoke model. One disadvantage is that passengers may have to travel to the central hub in order to reach their final destination, which can be inconvenient and time-consuming. Additionally, if there are delays or cancellations at the hub, it can have a cascading effect on flights to other destinations.

In contrast, a point-to-point model is a system in which an airline operates flights directly between two destinations, without the need for a central hub. This model is often used by smaller, regional airlines that serve a limited number of destinations.

One advantage of the point-to-point model is that it allows for more direct flights, which can be more convenient for passengers. Additionally, point-to-point airlines may have more flexibility in terms of scheduling and route planning, as they are not limited by the constraints of a central hub.

However, there are also some disadvantages to the point-to-point model. One disadvantage is that it may not be as efficient in terms of aircraft and crew utilization, as flights may have to return to their home base after each trip. This can result in higher costs for the airline. Additionally, point-to-point airlines may face more difficulties in the event of a cascade failure, as they do not have the option of routing passengers through a central hub to reach their final destination.

Some examples of airlines that use the hub-and-spoke model include American Airlines , Delta Air Lines , and United Airlines . Examples of airlines that use the point-to-point model include SouthWest Airlines and JetBlue Airways .

Overall, both the hub-and-spoke model and the point-to-point model have their advantages and disadvantages, and the best model for a particular airline will depend on its specific needs and goals.

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Contour Airlines requests to change Cape Girardeau air service from Nashville to Chicago

C APE GIRARDEAU, Mo. (KFVS) - Contour Airlines submitted a request to the Department of Transportation for a change of the air service pattern currently provided at the Cape Girardeau Airport.

According to online documents, Corporate Flight Management, Inc., representing Contour, is asking DOT to change the hub airport for all of the Essential Air Service flights through the Cape Girardeau airport from the Nashville International Airport (BNA) to the Chicago O’Hare International Airport (ORD).

BNA is a medium hub airport, while ORD is a large hub.

The proposal would not make any changes to the contractual payment terms, aircraft or flight schedule.

If approved, the change would go into effect on October 1.

Currently, Contour offers flights to Chicago from Veterans Airport in Marion, Illinois .

Your First Alert News team is working to gather more details on this developing story.

Contour Airlines submitted a request to the Department of Transportation for a change of the air service pattern currently provided at the Cape Girardeau Airport.

Air New Zealand adding 30,000 seats to Tokyo route from November-March

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Air New Zealand has announced it will add capacity to the tune of 30,000 extra seats on its Auckland-Tokyo route between November and March.

It's part of a ramp up across key Asian routes over the southern summer period, the majority of which are in business or premium economy cabins.

While the move is intended to cater more for inbound tourists than Kiwis heading away on holiday, the increased capacity could well mean more sales and cheaper options for New Zealanders looking to travel to Asia.

The airline announced the news a day after its CEO Greg Foran and chairwoman Dame Therese Walsh served drinks on a flight to Tokyo that was diverted to pick up a trade delegation.

The delegation, which included the airline's executives, encountered trouble after Prime Minister Christopher Luxon's Defence Force (NZDF) plane broke down.

The NZDF aircraft was able to fly at low altitude to Brisbane on Monday morning, where the delegation group of around 30 boarded a commercial Air New Zealand flight to Tokyo in the afternoon.

It meant a delay of around two hours for what would normally be a non-stop Auckland-Tokyo flight. Foran and Walsh sat in economy class rather than a premium cabin and served drinks to customers after an apology was issued for the disruption.

Some passengers on the flight Newshub spoke to were unhappy with the delay, primarily due to the impact on their travel plans after arriving in Tokyo.

"It only gives us an hour to get through customs, pick our bags up and pay for a train ticket before the last train goes," one man told Newshub.

"I'm quite fearful we're not going to get through to the last train, which means we'd have to catch a bus instead, which I've never done before and don't know how to do. And the bus takes twice as long to get into Tokyo." 

Air NZ flies to Tokyo's Narita Airport, which is at least an hour-and-a-half train or bus ride away from the central city. There is another Tokyo airport - Haneda - which is more central, but Air NZ does not fly there.

The airline also flew to and from Kansai Airport in Osaka pre-2020, but confirmed to Newshub on Tuesday it currently has no plans to reintroduce services to any other airports in Japan beyond Narita.

The increase in Narita capacity will be achieved by more frequently using Boeing 777 aircraft on the route. The larger planes offer 342 seats, including 44 business premier and 54 premium economy.

Normally Auckland-Narita is serviced with a Boeing 787-9 featuring 263 economy seats, 21 premium economy and 18 business premier.

The changes between November 2024 and March 2025 will also include an additional 20,000 seats between Aotearoa and Singapore and 7500 extra business premier and premium economy seats on the Taipei route.

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Distance from Moscow to Amur

Distance from Moscow to Amur is 5,308 kilometers . This air travel distance is equal to 3,298 miles.

The air travel (bird fly) shortest distance between Moscow and Amur is 5,308 km= 3,298 miles.

If you travel with an airplane (which has average speed of 560 miles) from Moscow to Amur, It takes 5.89 hours to arrive.

Moscow is located in Russia.

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Amur is located in Russia.

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Delta, LATAM Group to be the official airlines of Copa América 2024

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Delta and LATAM announced that they will be the official airlines of the Copa América 2024, an international soccer championship from June 20 to July 14 in 14 venues across the United States.  

Additionally, LATAM Group will offer exclusive promotions in some of the championship's destinations in the next few days, as well as ticket raffles among its most loyal customers, so that they can attend one of the world's most important soccer events, which this year will bring together 16 American teams.  

Furthermore, LATAM will transform its lounges in the region into spaces for fans to enjoy the tournament's different matches on a giant screen. Fans will have access to comfortable spaces, cocktails, food, and WiFi, among other things.  

"In less than a month, athletes and attendees from different countries of the continent will travel to compete and enjoy this great sporting event, so good air connectivity is essential for the success of this tournament. For this reason, this announcement is perfectly complemented by the Joint Venture between LATAM and Delta because it will demonstrate that together it is possible to contribute to greater and better connectivity between South and North America," says Constanza Pizarro, Corporate Communications Manager of Latam Airlines Group.  

"The fact that Delta and the LATAM group, the airlines that best connect South and North America, are the sponsors of the Copa America 2024 is the perfect example of how both regions are 'meant to be together'. Both airlines share a vision and commitment to deliver an exceptional travel experience to all fans who mobilize to cheer on their teams," said Soledad Lago Rodríguez, Director of Communications and Brand for Delta Air Lines.  

Delta-LATAM: Elevating Travel Across the Americas 

North and South America’s leading airlines, Delta and LATAM, have forged a strategic partnership aimed at enhancing the travel experience and expanding access to destinations throughout the continents. The partnership encompasses select markets, connecting more than 300 destinations across the U.S./Canada and South America.

Travelers can now seamlessly fly between cities such as New York, São Paulo, Bogotá, and Santiago, enjoying the convenience of coordinated schedules and efficient connections. Delta passengers gain easier access to cities like Cusco, Peru, and Montevideo, Uruguay, via LATAM’s hubs. Similarly, LATAM travelers now have convenient access to over 200 U.S. cities through Delta’s hubs. 

Whether flying in North or South America, passengers can expect exceptional service, comfortable cabins, and seamless connections. The partnership allows travelers to earn and redeem miles across both airlines, providing flexibility and value. Additionally, elite reciprocal benefits enhance the overall journey, whether passengers are exploring the Amazon rainforest, Chilean Patagonia or the skyscrapers of New York City.  

Since receiving final approval of their partnership, Delta and LATAM have announced several exciting new routes: 

Bogota-Orlando (LATAM): Connecting the vibrant Colombian capital with the popular tourist destination in Florida. 

Los Angeles-Sao Paulo (LATAM): Linking the entertainment hub of Los Angeles with Brazil’s largest city. 

New York JFK-Rio de Janeiro (Delta): Offering year-round service between the Big Apple and the iconic Brazilian city. 

Atlanta-Cartagena (Delta): Providing a direct link between Atlanta and the historic coastal city in Colombia. 

Lima-Atlanta #2 (LATAM’s first route to Delta’s ATL hub): Expanding connectivity between Lima, Peru, and Atlanta. 

Santiago-Orlando (LATAM, seasonal): Seasonal flights between the Chilean capital and Orlando, Florida. 

Santiago – Atlanta #2 (Delta, seasonal): Providing more options for customers flying during high peak holiday season by end of the year.  

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The Unique Burial of a Child of Early Scythian Time at the Cemetery of Saryg-Bulun (Tuva)

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In 1988, the Tuvan Archaeological Expedition (led by M. E. Kilunovskaya and V. A. Semenov) discovered a unique burial of the early Iron Age at Saryg-Bulun in Central Tuva. There are two burial mounds of the Aldy-Bel culture dated by 7th century BC. Within the barrows, which adjoined one another, forming a figure-of-eight, there were discovered 7 burials, from which a representative collection of artifacts was recovered. Burial 5 was the most unique, it was found in a coffin made of a larch trunk, with a tightly closed lid. Due to the preservative properties of larch and lack of air access, the coffin contained a well-preserved mummy of a child with an accompanying set of grave goods. The interred individual retained the skin on his face and had a leather headdress painted with red pigment and a coat, sewn from jerboa fur. The coat was belted with a leather belt with bronze ornaments and buckles. Besides that, a leather quiver with arrows with the shafts decorated with painted ornaments, fully preserved battle pick and a bow were buried in the coffin. Unexpectedly, the full-genomic analysis, showed that the individual was female. This fact opens a new aspect in the study of the social history of the Scythian society and perhaps brings us back to the myth of the Amazons, discussed by Herodotus. Of course, this discovery is unique in its preservation for the Scythian culture of Tuva and requires careful study and conservation.

Keywords: Tuva, Early Iron Age, early Scythian period, Aldy-Bel culture, barrow, burial in the coffin, mummy, full genome sequencing, aDNA

Information about authors: Marina Kilunovskaya (Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation). Candidate of Historical Sciences. Institute for the History of Material Culture of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Dvortsovaya Emb., 18, Saint Petersburg, 191186, Russian Federation E-mail: [email protected] Vladimir Semenov (Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation). Candidate of Historical Sciences. Institute for the History of Material Culture of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Dvortsovaya Emb., 18, Saint Petersburg, 191186, Russian Federation E-mail: [email protected] Varvara Busova  (Moscow, Russian Federation).  (Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation). Institute for the History of Material Culture of the Russian Academy of Sciences.  Dvortsovaya Emb., 18, Saint Petersburg, 191186, Russian Federation E-mail:  [email protected] Kharis Mustafin  (Moscow, Russian Federation). Candidate of Technical Sciences. Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology.  Institutsky Lane, 9, Dolgoprudny, 141701, Moscow Oblast, Russian Federation E-mail:  [email protected] Irina Alborova  (Moscow, Russian Federation). Candidate of Biological Sciences. Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology.  Institutsky Lane, 9, Dolgoprudny, 141701, Moscow Oblast, Russian Federation E-mail:  [email protected] Alina Matzvai  (Moscow, Russian Federation). Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology.  Institutsky Lane, 9, Dolgoprudny, 141701, Moscow Oblast, Russian Federation E-mail:  [email protected]

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