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‘Only’ 11 routes have been launched across the world in the last week, but there are some truly important new air services among them. Which South American airport serving a popular tourist destination got its first scheduled service since 2003? What is the story behind Norwegian’s latest route to Berlin? And which never previously linked countries finally are connected with two new non-stop routes?
A total of 16 new routes have launched in the last week, but which two Middle Eastern carriers launched a new European route each? Which became Skymark’s third route from Tokyo Narita? And which Latin American low-cost carrier launched its first route to the United States?
It has been a busy week in Singapore and Beijing, where the airports have seen two new routes launch during an otherwise fairly quiet week for route launches worldwide. But which MEB3 airline launched its first route to a regional city in China? And which low-cost carrier stirred up competition when it connected two capital cities?
Some 40 new routes feature in our latest round-up of global airline activity. Thanksgiving in the US has resulted in US carriers accounting for half of all new routes this week, but which legacy carrier is taking on JetBlue and Spirit, and which Asian legacy carrier resumes flights to Brussels after an absence of many years?
Sanity returns to the world of new routes with a modest 18 routes launching this week. But which two carriers have launched new low-cost flights between Mexico and the US, which two new destinations have been added from Dubai, and which Indian carrier has added new routes from Chennai? Plus which LCC has decided to join the highly competitive Chicago – Orlando market?
The start of the northern winter scheduling season continues with another batch of almost 120 new routes. Again, European services dominate, for example with Ryanair’s new Manchester base. But which German low-cost carrier launched four routes to a European capital city? Which Gulf carrier added two new African destination? And which is Canadian LCC WestJet’s latest market?
It’s the start of the winter scheduling season! 120 new routes, all with a downloadable spreadsheet giving all the details to accompany our analysis and of course lots and lots of pictures. As usual at the start of the new season, we also let YOU – our readers – vote for Cake of the Week!
It may be the quiet before the storm as the winter scheduling season starts this coming weekend, but that doesn’t mean the last week went by without interesting route launches. Which airline launched a new route to compete with easyJet’s high-frequency monopoly? Which European flag carrier launched the third transatlantic route to Cancun in the last year? And which Australian airport got its first northbound route in years?
US airlines have dominated the new route launches in the Americas over the last month. Which low-cost airline continued expanding its network to west coast airports? Which Mexican airline launched flights to a new US destination? And which Canadian airline was honoured with a Cake of the Week award in the last month?
There is a global spread to the 19 routes launched across the world in the last week. But which European airline returned to the Indian market? Which Mexican airline added its third US destination? Where is Tawi-Tawi? And what is Virgin Australia doing with its new turbo-prop aircraft?
India dominates this week’s new routes. Out of 20 services launched across the world, six are Indian domestic services and another two are international out of India. But which two Latin American capital cities are again connected after Mexicana’s demise over a year ago? Which Gulf carrier became the first to serve all Scandinavian capitals? And which US mainland destination wants to attract visitors from Hawaii?
As we got back from World Routes in Berlin, we were faced with a long list of new routes to report on. The last week offers an entire 43 new services, ranging from a South African domestic route that now offers low-cost competition, a US transcontinental service that no longer is a US Airways monopoly, a Spanish LCC launching a French domestic route and three new routes from India to Sri Lanka.