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Algiers Airport attracts Air Malta, Emirates, Royal Jordanian and Vueling services as traffic grows 14% so far this year
Any airport that can attract new services from Emirates and Vueling in the space of a few months must have something going for it. So we take a closer look at Algiers Airport in North Africa, and reveal how traffic has been developing in recent years, and how dominant national carrier Air Algérie still is.
Growing by 6% in May and by 4% for the year to date, Biarritz Anglet Bayonne Airport, located less than 20 kilometres from the Spanish border, continues to post passengers statistics which are embarrassing most other major French Airports. With French Connect just over a week away, we investigate why this airport on France’s southwest Atlantic coast is doing so well.
Romania’s capital now has all commercial flights operating from a single airport, which also has a lovely new departures terminal. We show how traffic has evolved in recent years and how Wizz Air is already bigger than TAROM at the airport by one measure. Plus we reveal which carriers have added which destinations during the last 12 months.
All aboard the Kerala Express to Cochin International Airport! With new routes being added all the time, including IndiGo’s four weekly A320 service from Chennai which started on 30 May, and Q1 growth of 9%, 2013 is going like a steam train for the Indian airport. anna.aero investigates its express route to growth.
East Midlands Airport rebuilds after end of bmibaby; Ryanair still #1, but flybe and Monarch Airlines establish bases
Located in the heart of England, East Midlands Airport has had more than its fair share of airline comings and goings in recent years. But last year’s closure of bmibaby has resulted in almost 30 new services launching in less than a year, though Ryanair remains the dominant carrier with almost half of all seats.
With 26 serving airlines other than national carrier Oman Air, clearly there is more to Muscat International Airport than being just the home-based carrier’s hub. Doubling in size in five years, a new 12 million annual passenger terminal will open next year to cater for its continued rapid growth.
With more than half of Vancouver’s residents speaking English as a second language only, the city’s airport, Canada’s second largest and serving the country’s third most populous metropolitan area, boasts an impressive network of services to China, with most routes seeing growth this summer.
Novosibirsk Airport: International traffic doubles in just two years; Chinese and European routes wanted
With annual growth of 20% and international passengers doubling in numbers in just two years, Novosibirsk Tolmachevo Airport’s remote location seems to be benefiting its ongoing traffic development — anna.aero examines the airport’s success.
Seoul Incheon might not be the biggest Asian airport, but with annual growth triple the size of Beijing Airport’s in 2012, it is one to keep an eye on. American Airlines’ new service from Dallas/Fort Worth, launched last week, only confirms the airport’s appeal for international traffic, which accounts for 98% of all traffic at the airport.
Home to Sweden’s #4 charter airport, Norrköping was once the country’s fourth largest city too, thanks to the textile mills (now converted to trendy apartments) that forged its industrial heritage. anna.aero investigates how the city, and the airport serving it, are reinventing themselves after some tough years.
Gunning for Montreal: Currently sat just 150,000 annual passengers behind Montréal’s Pierre-Elliot Trudeau Airport, and growing faster, Calgary Airport has the chance of stampeding past its Quebec cousin by the end of 2013. In doing so, it will sit only behind Vancouver and Toronto at Canada’s top table of airports.
Growth seems to be returning to Sapporo Chitose Airport again, with anna.aero 2013 estimates of close to 18 million annual passengers anticipated at the airport serving the fourth largest city in Japan. Sounds like a reason to celebrate with a local beer!