Bologna booming thanks to Ryanair and Emirates; passenger numbers up 14% in first four months of 2016; airberlin new for S16
Italy’s seventh busiest airport serves Bologna and will easily handle more than seven million passengers in 2016. We look at how traffic has grown since 2002, the leading airlines and which destinations have recently been added and dropped.
Melbourne Airport delivers recession proof passenger growth performance since 2006; China and Singapore capacity charges
Open since 1912, Luna Park in Melbourne has been around longer than the city’s airport, which opened in Essendon in 1921, before moving to its current location in Tullamarine in 1970. anna.aero takes a look at Australia’s second biggest airport’s traffic development and network.
St. John’s International Airport in Newfoundland welcomes second London service; Halifax and Toronto Pearson account for 60% of seats
The closest major airport in North America to Europe, St. John’s in Canada handles 1.5 million passengers per annum and is served by eight scheduled carriers. We reveal the airport’s seasonality profile and leading routes.
Delhi traffic up 10 million since 2011; international and domestic markets growing at equal rate; developing global hub strategy
anna.aero caught up with Delhi Airport’s Abhijnan Sengupta, Associate GM, Airline Marketing & Route Development, and Jitendra Singh, Associate VP, Head Airline Marketing & Route Development at Routes Europe in Krakow recently. Discussions included the airport’s phenomenal traffic growth, and how it is showcasing the facility’s international hub potential to a global audience.
Katowice Airport breaks three million barrier in 2015; Wizz Air serves almost 30 destinations with new Dubai service starting in October
Katowice Airport is Poland’s fourth busiest and has seen a twelvefold increase in passenger numbers since the country joined the EU back in 2004. We reveal the airport’s biggest scheduled airlines and country markets.
Krakow Airport passes four million mark in 2015; Ryanair serves over 30 destinations; UK and Germany are leading country markets
Krakow Airport will soon welcome airline and airport route planners from across the world as the city hosts Routes Europe. We reveal the airport’s impressive growth, its leading airlines, country markets and most recent route additions.
Pune Airport pushes past five million barrier; IndiGo retains its #1 spot with impressive 17% annual growth
Pune Airport has had a great 2015, not only has it broken through the five million barrier for the first time, but it has become India’s ninth largest airport, jumping ahead of Goa, courtesy of its 29% annual growth. anna.aero inspects the growing carriers and biggest routes at this Indian hot spot.
Nantes Airport traffic doubles in 10 years; easyJet, Transavia, Volotea and Vueling driving growth; Brussels Airlines and CityJet new for S16
France’s eighth busiest airport now handles well over four million passengers annually. We look at growth over the last decade, the airport’s leading routes and biggest airlines. Plus, we identify a dozen new services for this summer.
During the past four years, traffic from Manila’s Ninoy Aquino International Airport has grown by 11% from 31 to 35 million, with 59% of these additional passengers using international services. With the city being host to this year’s Routes Asia, anna.aero thought it would be fitting to see how international traffic has developed from the gateway, and to look at the airport’s key markets that do not have a direct service.
Kaohsiung Airport passes 6 million passenger milestone in 2015; welcomed three new airlines – AirAsia, Scoot and Tigerair Taiwan
Taiwan’s second biggest airport has seen passenger growth of almost 50% in the last four years. We look at traffic trends over the last decade, the leading airlines and routes, and what new services were launched in 2015.
Porto Airport passes 8 million passenger mark in 2015; Turkish Airlines arrived while easyJet and Ryanair expanded their networks
Portugal’s second busiest airport reported impressive growth of 17% in 2015. We reveal the leading airlines and country markets at the airport and what new services are already planned for 2016. Plus which services are being suspended.
Ahmedabad Airport traffic up 31% since 2012; now connected to Europe with Air India’s London Heathrow service
In the last month of 2015, Air India commenced services from Ahmedabad to London Heathrow via its existing Mumbai service, meaning that the Indian facility is now connected to Europe. As well as welcoming new markets, the airport also welcomed 31% more passengers in 2015 when compared to 2012. anna.aero takes a closer look to see how this growth has been achieved.