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In spite of the financial difficulties facing Serbia’s national carrier Jat Airways, the airline is set to grow this year with capacity increases and further new routes. But how did the airline perform last year? In which markets will the carrier be growing the most? And what is happening with the privatisation attempts?
Volotea out to shake-up Venice market starting in April; plans to be #1 at Marco Polo by end of summer
Volotea is the name of a new Spanish-based start-up airline whose first operational base will be Venice Marco Polo airport in Italy. Using 717s it plans to grow quickly but which routes has it announced so far and what competition will it face in the region?
Four new routes launched this week means that Allegiant will serve Orlando Sanford from some 40 destinations this summer. On which days of the week does the airline choose to fly considerably less, and which routes are served with between two and five weekly flights in March?
Transavia.com launches five new routes from Eindhoven this summer; Ryanair competes directly on 40% of flights
Local carrier Transavia.com is only the third biggest carrier at Eindhoven this summer (after Ryanair and Wizz Air), but which four new destinations has it added this week? Which other destination will start in April and on which routes does the airline compete directly with Ryanair?
Most of Southwest’s airports will see little difference this year compared to 2011 but which airports will see the greatest change in terms of weekly departures? We take a closer look at the five routes the airline has dropped from Philadelphia and how Southwest’s load factors and fares compared with those of its rival US Airways during 2011.
Cyprus Airways traffic down 20% in 2011; government willing to sell major stake to foreign investors
Cyprus Airways saw traffic drop over 20% last year. But which three country markets account for 65% of its scheduled seat capacity this summer? On which routes does it face the most competition, and which new routes is it planning to start this summer? What changes has it made it to its fleet and which LCC may be adding to its woes?
The Colombian airline in AviancaTACA prepares for long-haul expansion with large widebody orders, but which of its markets is currently growing the fastest? How important is its domestic network? And what is the airline’s market share in Bogotá?
Air Malta facing increasing competition from Ryanair; passenger numbers down 4% in 2011 on 12 Airbus fleet
How have Air Malta’s passenger numbers developed in recent years, and how seasonal is demand to and from the Mediterranean island. Which are its leading city and country markets? How much of a challenge does Ryanair represent and what have been Air Malta’s key network developments this winter?
Wizz Air operates 100 flights a week from Budapest, less than a fifth of Malev; Dortmund replaces Weeze
How has Wizz Air’s network from its home base in Budapest developed since it launched services in 2004? How many destinations will it serve this summer, at what frequency, and facing what competition? Which are the airline’s newest route, and which routes have been tried and abandoned over the years?
Traffic between the Hawaiian islands still dominates Hawaiian Airlines’ network, but the biggest growth comes from international traffic. Which country, which the airline only began serving in 2010, is now its largest international market? What aircraft does the airline have on order and where will it expand its network further?
No longer a force in India? Kingfisher slips from first to fifth in domestic market in just four months
It may be on the verge of joining the oneworld alliance but India’s Kingfisher is going through some challenging times. How has its domestic market share evolved in the last three years? When did it start international services and how many destinations in how many countries does it currently serve?
Lufthansa transfers six Stuttgart routes (including London Heathrow) from Contact Air/LH CityLine to germanwings
Lufthansa’s evolving use of germanwings for network development has started with the transfer of all international services from Stuttgart from Lufthansa to its low-cost subsidiary. But what does this mean for Contact Air? How has germanwings’ presence in Stuttgart developed since 2003?