Arch of Triumph
Week six of anna.aero’s Arch of Triumph competition welcomed entries from Argentina, Australia and Malaysia. Antipodean airports continued their strong start to the season, claiming a third victory, meaning they now account for half of all winning entries so far this year. Take a look to see why this winning run continued.
With Europe still in a deep freeze this winter when its comes to Arch of Triumph entries and also wins, the rest of the world’s airports are happily filling the first flight marketing void. Find out which one of three global entries takes home this week’s prize.
Aussie Rules! Sydney Airport claims first back-to-back victories of 2018 in this year’s Arch of Triumph competition
There is no stopping Australia’s largest hub! Having won last week for the water salute that greeted United Airlines’ new service from Houston Intercontinental, Sydney has decided that one win was just not enough, taking the title again this week, given for a salute greeting another long-haul service. Take a look to see which seven airports around the world were unable to take Sydney down from its FTWA pedestal.
The anna.aero Arch of Triumph competition proves its global credentials again this week, with airports from Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Philippines and US doing battle to claim glory. Will the victor be a water arch veteran or competition newcomer?
Ecuador is currently the centre of the airport marketing world, hosting Routes Americas next month in Quito, but more significantly scooping its first Arch of Triumph win. Two more airports battle it out this week for undying glory.
Arch of Triumph 2018 launched – the sixth year of the global airport new route marketing competition
The 2018 Arch of Triumph – our sixth year of competition – is underway. With North America breaking the European hold on this illustrious airport marketing award by taking last year’s title, can another global region take the crown in 2018? With five entries from two regions this week, namely Europe and South America, see which has thrown down the first winning marker of 2018.
With one last throw of the Arch of Triumph dice, Russia’s Sochi/Adler Airport, which had lead the competition since April, has provided us with one last attempt to reclaim its long-held crown. It was good, but not good enough to stop Los Angeles from taking the 2017 title.
Having not just won a weekly title last year, but also securing fourth spot overall, the firefighters of Gold Coast are used to success in this competition. This time its big win was for a new domestic service by Tigerair Australia – totally roar-some!
Forget the Ashes, see which Australian airport has brought the region victory in Week 47 of the Arch of Triumph 2017
While many are watching the battle between England and Australia in the 2017/18 Ashes, the latter nation is also ramping up the competition in the 2017 Arch of Triumph, adding another weekly win to its tally. While the southern hemisphere country looks set to take the Ashes crown with its 2-0 lead so far, it is still far behind the European’s for Arch of Triumph supremacy in this year’s competition.
Europe’s airports have gone three weeks without a win in the 2017 Arch of Triumph competition, as Asia wins two times on the bounce, following a win for Australasia in Week 44. Find out what score your airport needs to secure a last minute slot on this year’s leader board.
Passing last year’s total of 360 entries this week, 2017 has been our best year yet in the Arch of Triumph, with more airports than ever battling it out for FTWA glory. With four more weeks of competition left this year, the 400-water-arch barrier is looking within our grasp!
Lanzarote Airport loves its latest addition to its fire station wall – an anna.aero Arch of Triumph certificate
Three years on from its first ever win in the Arch of Triumph competition, for an FTWA marking the arrival of easyJet’s Hamburg service, Lanzarote Airport takes its second title, this time for its water arch salute to celebrate Volotea’s Nantes route. Check out the picture of the seven proudest men in the Canary Islands.