anna.aero data partner Skyscanner Travel Insight has analysed search and booking data over the festive period to reveal which airports are likely to see the biggest surge in footfall, when compared with the rest of the year. The study also reveals which airports are likely to see the biggest passenger volumes on any single day throughout the period.
Brussels Airlines set to become part of Eurowings empire by 2018; can a hub-and-spoke carrier fit into the Eurowings point-to-point model?
Belgium’s flag-carrier Brussels Airlines is set to undergo significant changes after full acquisition by Lufthansa. We focus on the carrier’s African network and wonder how an airline with 40% connecting traffic will fit into Eurowings’ point-to-point template.
We all know Dubai is the place to see A380s but which are the world’s busiest airports for other aircraft types? We look at a range of aircraft types from mega-jumbos to turboprops to see where you should go to see them.
US airlines set to face more competition from Norwegian and Qatar Airways on long-haul routes; EVA Air propels Taiwan growth
The three big US legacy carriers account for one-third of US international ASKs this winter. We reveal the biggest non-US carriers in the market and how fast they are growing. Plus we reveal the top 15 busiest country markets from the US by ASKs and their growth this winter.
Beijing, Tokyo Haneda, Hong Kong and Shanghai Pudong were the four busiest airports in Asia in 2015. We reveal the top 15 sources of transfer traffic at each of these airports.
Wizz Air and Ryanair are the biggest and fastest-growing airlines in Central Europe; Poland-UK remains biggest country pair
We define a new region of 17 countries across Central and Eastern Europe and analyse which are the biggest and fastest-growing in 2016. Plus we reveal the top 15 airlines (and how fast they are growing) and busiest country pairs.
Biggest international country pairs in W16/17 revealed; different winners when measured by seats, flights and ASKs
We reveal the top 15 country pairs this winter by seats, flights and ASKs. The US ‘wins’ all three categories but with different partners. UK-Spain, US-China and Japan-South Korea report impressive year-on-year growth.
Winning by over 250 votes, Cologne Bonn secured the Cake of the Week Public Vote Part II for its People’s Viennaline route launch cake, beating 15 other entries from around the world. Wunderbar!
Tenerife North wins Part I ‒ vote for the best of 16 W16/17 Fire Truck Water Arches Part II – get voting now
With 35%, 15% more than the second placed airport, Tenerife North scooped Part I of the W15/16 Public Vote. Its straight onto Part II, with 16 entries from around the world, including two new cargo routes, vying for the second opportunity to convince the public to vote for their Fire Truck Water Arch.
London Stansted wins Part I ‒ Vote for the best Cake of the Week Part II – choose the winner from 16 culinary creations at the start of W16/17
Narrowly beating the baseball stadium created in Tampa, London Stansted secured the Cake of the Week Public Vote Part I for its Atlasglobal route launch cake. 16 more entries have been received week, as more airports look to take Part II – yummy!
Vote for the best Cake of the Week – choose the winner from the 16 baked beauties from the start of W16/17
Forget having to decide between Trump or Clinton – this is the only thing worth winning this month – anna.aero’s W16/17 Cake of the Week vote. The bi-annual competition was won by Cluj-Napoca Airport in Romania at the start of S16, but who will secure the majority of votes this time around?
For one of the 12 airports involved in this week’s Arch of Triumph public vote it will be a great start to November, because within seven days one airport will have a new certificate adorning the fire station walls, and the fire crews will be the toast of the airport. Let battle commence!!