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Czech Airlines, one of the oldest carriers in Europe, celebrated its 90th anniversary in June. The loss-making carrier, which has been fighting for its survival, is showing signs of a revival, thanks to its partnership with Korean Air. anna.aero investigates the carrier’s future prospects.
South Korean LCC Eastar Jet will celebrate its fifth birthday in January and now operates nine 737s. It has recently been expanding its international network from Seoul Incheon Airport, but 60% of its weekly flights are still allocated to a single domestic route; Seoul Gimpo-Jeju.
Vueling’s Barcelona Airport network to pass 110 destinations next summer; faces competition on over 60 routes
Vueling’s on-going expansion at Barcelona means it is now Europe’s second best connected LCC hub after Ryanair at London Stansted. We analyse how quickly the base has grown, what new destinations have been added (and dropped) for S14, and how much competition Vueling faces on each of the 114 destinations currently on sale for next summer.
The Middle East’s first low cost turns 10. Aiming “to serve all the Arab world from the Atlantic to Indian Ocean” we look at its longest and shortest sectors.
Afriqiyah Airways focuses on rebuilding Libya’s connectivity; international capacity up 74% in October
Libya’s economic recovery brought about a new start for the country’s national carriers – Afriqiyah Airways and Libyan Airlines. However, as the two struggle to merge, they also face increasing competition from foreign operators.
AirEuropa vs Iberia: My passenger numbers are bigger than yours…or are they? anna.aero investigates…
Who’s the biggest? It’s an argument that mankind has wrestled with since we evolved from apes. Airlines are no different. This week its AirEuropa claiming to be bigger than Iberia – anna.aero investigates.
Two international destinations have been launched by the Bengali Regent Airways already this year, but its CEO has appetite for even more growth. anna.aero investigates the airline’s growing operations.
Allegiant Air may only rank as the 13th biggest airline in the US domestic market, but its profitability is second only to another US LCC. We examine the airline’s extraordinary day-of-week driven operations, its biggest airports, and which destinations have been added to the network in the last 12 months. We also reveal what’s coming next for the airline’s network and fleet.
Fly Jamaica Airways launches intra-Caribbean flights; starting Toronto Pearson flights in early October
The Caribbean is not the easiest place to launch new airlines. Just ask the people behind REDjet. But newcomer Fly Jamaica Airways has been serving the Kingston-JFK route since earlier this year and is now expanding its network to include Georgetown in Guyana, and Toronto in Canada. We look in detail at a week in the life of the airline’s only 757.
TWIN JET will grow weekly flights by 13.7% this September, when compared to same month last year, including starting new routes to places like Milan Malpensa to Toulouse. We also look at what points the French regional carrier has dropped in the last 12 months.
Shandong Airlines grows capacity by 14%; starts flights to third country market – Chiang Mai in Thailand
Shandong Airlines, daughter carrier to Air China, and the #8 airline in China in terms of weekly seats, has had a busy 2013 so far, launching 19 new routes and adding over 20% more weekly flights since January. anna.aero takes a peek at this dynamic, but somewhat obscure carrier.
Darwin Airline – ‘the Origins of a Network’ continues to evolve with new Cambridge and Leipzig bases
Darwin is no longer merely associated with famous English naturalists (who studied at Cambridge University) or that place right in the north of Australia, it is also a fast-expanding, Swiss-based regional airline that has grown by 165% in the last 12 months.