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Scotland: Flybe #1 for domestic services; Ryanair #1 for international routes; easyJet #1 overall

Scotland: Flybe #1 for domestic services; Ryanair #1 for international routes; easyJet #1 overall

How have Scotland’s airports fared in the last three years compared with those of the UK as a whole? What have been the key airline developments during this period? And what new routes are currently planned to start this summer? Who would have bet on an Aberdeen – Azerbaijan link starting this summer?

Pakistan market dominated by PIA and flights to UAE; UK market grew 8% in 2010 as PIA serves four airports

Pakistan market dominated by PIA and flights to UAE; UK market grew 8% in 2010 as PIA serves four airports

Which are the busiest airports in Pakistan and which are the biggest carriers serving the market? Which are the leading country markets and which carriers have abandoned the market in recent years? How global is PIA’s network and which new routes have been started in the last 15 months?

Over 120 new services from UK airports this summer

Over 120 new services from UK airports this summer

Traffic may not be booming in the UK, but that isn’t stopping airlines starting over 120 new routes from UK airports this summer. Which airports will benefit most, which airline is starting the most new routes (it’s not Ryanair!) and which country markets are generating most new links?


Over 110 new services from German airports this summer

Over 110 new services from German airports this summer

Europe’s most robust economy will welcome over 110 new routes from its airports this summer. Which four airlines account for over 55% of all new routes and which airports will see the most new services. Who is adding long-haul services and which country markets are generating most new links?

French market under the spotlight at FrenchConnect in Lille

French market under the spotlight at FrenchConnect in Lille

We take our annual look at the French market. Download the free presentation that our editor is presenting today in Lille. How many new routes did airlines start to France in 2010? Which airports saw the most new services? Which airlines started the most new routes and what’s happening so far in 2011?

Ryanair serves 19 destinations from Slovakia; ice-hockey world championships will boost traffic in April and May

Ryanair serves 19 destinations from Slovakia; ice-hockey world championships will boost traffic in April and May

Slovakia is still recovering from the demise of its de facto flag carrier SkyEurope in 2009. But which destinations has Ryanair added during the last year and which countries does it now serve? Which other airlines are present and which route is likely to benefit most from the forthcoming ice-hockey world championships?


Dutch airports recover as departure tax is abolished; traffic up 4.7% in 2010; Eindhoven and Maastricht up over 20%

Dutch airports recover as departure tax is abolished; traffic up 4.7% in 2010; Eindhoven and Maastricht up over 20%

While neighbours Germany have introduced an air travel tax in 2011, the Dutch abolished theirs back in 2009 and reaped the benefits in 2010. This year could be even better. Which are the leading country markets from the Netherlands and what share do KLM and its partners have of the Dutch market?

Tunisian tourism looking to recover quickly; new Enfidha airport expecting many new summer services

Tunisian tourism looking to recover quickly; new Enfidha airport expecting many new summer services

At least one German tour operator resumed holiday flights to Tunisia this week which is good news for the country’s critical tourism industry. But how has traffic developed in recent years and by how much did the UK market grow in 2010? Which new routes were started in 2010, and what’s happening at Enfidha?

Canary Islands traffic up 4.4% in 2010; Ryanair now basing aircraft there and leading foreign carrier at three airports

Canary Islands traffic up 4.4% in 2010; Ryanair now basing aircraft there and leading foreign carrier at three airports

The Canary Islands used to be considered ‘off-limits’ to LCCs due to the longer sector lengths involved, but in just three years Ryanair has emerged as the #1 airline at one of the airports. Which one? How many routes are being started this winter and in the coming summer season?


LOT, Ryanair and Wizz Air still vying for #1 on international routes from Poland; Warsaw to get second airport in 2012

LOT, Ryanair and Wizz Air still vying for #1 on international routes from Poland; Warsaw to get second airport in 2012

After explosive post EU-accession growth the Polish market is maturing. How are the major airports developing and which country markets are growing (and shrinking). Which LCCs have cut services and just how dominant is LOT in the domestic market?

Peru's traffic grows as Lima doubles in six years; TACA Peru expands to take on dominant LAN

Peru’s traffic grows as Lima doubles in six years; TACA Peru expands to take on dominant LAN

Big celebrations just took place at Lima Airport, but how has traffic developed under Fraport’s influence? Which markets dominate Peruvian traffic? And which European airline is resuming services to Lima later this year?

Launch of Senegal Airlines leads to diplomatic incident with Belgium; Emirates service to Dubai began in September

Launch of Senegal Airlines leads to diplomatic incident with Belgium; Emirates service to Dubai began in September

How often do ambassadors get recalled because of airline route network issues? Well the launch of new carrier Senegal Airlines has caused Belgium to do just that from Senegal. Which American and European destinations are served from the West African state and what role is Fraport playing there?