Hot on the heels of our Asian ANNIES awards we can now reveal the winners of this year’s Euro ANNIES in 10 airport and four airline awards. Airlines and airports in Greece and Turkey have something to celebrate, but Ryanair doesn’t.
Alitalia still shrinking this summer; capacity set to grow this winter but no new routes currently planned
Alitalia is still feeling the effects of last October’s closure of its Air One subsidiary. We reveal capacity changes at the airline’s top 15 airports this summer and see how this winter’s schedule compares with that of last winter.
Regional connectivity in Italy, Spain and Turkey analysed; winners and losers between 2009 and 2015 revealed
We recently looked at regional airport connectivity in France, Germany and the UK. Now it’s the turn of Italy, Spain and Turkey to be examined in more detail – the remainder of the FIGUST countries. We look at connections from 25 airports in these three countries to over 20 cities across Europe.
Vietnam in Asian ANNIES fast-growing airport win double; Spring Airlines surprises in airline awards
Just like in 80s mega movie Top Gun ‒ “there’s no points for second place” – there are also no certificates for the runners-up in the 2015 Asian ANNIES. However, there will be certificates for the eight airport and six airline winners of this year’s competition. Find out who made Top Gun this time around.
Best connected airline hubs by region revealed; global winner Turkish Airlines in Istanbul pulls away from Delta Air Lines in Atlanta
This week we reveal which are the top 12 airline hubs (in terms of destinations served) in seven different regions across the world. Regional winners include Aeromexico, Air China, Air New Zealand, Qatar Airways and Royal Air Maroc.
Norwegian’s first year of UK-US services analysed; over 200,000 passengers carried with average load factors of around 93%
Norwegian’s long-haul, low-cost business model with 787-8s has been operating from London Gatwick to the US since last July. We reveal monthly passenger numbers and load factors by route and fares between now and the end of the year.
Ryanair has been awarded a batch of slots at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol as the ULCC continues to move away from using secondary airports. If you had been reading anna.aero last October you would know that already. Now we tell you where the airline is going to fly and against who.
As the vitriolic words continue between the USB3 and MEB3, the latter seem hell bent on launching plenty of new US routes, just to prove their point in the rhetoric still further. During a press briefing Emirates’ Tim Clark lets it slip that Philadelphia will be the airline’s 11th US destination – as ever, we evaluate.
China-Europe market analysed; Chinese carriers growing faster than European rivals as tourism market stimulates demand
China is already the biggest country market in Asia for non-stop air services from Europe. We reveal how quickly it is growing, which are the leading airlines and how many airports in China now have direct service to Europe.
“I see change” said Michael Cawley to the 350 airport delegates at ACI EUROPE’s Annual Congress in Prague on 25 June. “You all now have open-neck shirts, and now it’s my turn to wear a tie,” observed the ex-Deputy CEO of Ryanair who is now the fully-suited Chairman of Fáilte Ireland, the Irish national tourism development authority.
Greek Grexit fears not impacting on growing summer demand for Greek destinations; volatility of non-European markets examined
We reveal which of 18 holiday airports around Europe can expect the most growth this summer. Plus we look at 15 years’ worth of data to various non-European destinations from the UK to highlight the volatility of some leisure markets.
European LCC and legacy airline seasonality examined; Norwegian and British Airways score low, Jet2.com and Aegean Airlines score high
We measure the seasonality of eight European LCCs and eight European legacy carriers using monthly scheduled seat capacity data to reveal how they compare using our Seasonal Variation In Demand (SVID) calculator.