10 new points on the Wizz Air Ukraine network map may soon be added – which could be great news for the rest of the airline’s 16 existing bases.
Aerosvit now flies from Lviv in Ukraine to Azerbaijan’s capital Baku, competing with Azerbaijan Airlines.
Ukraine’s airports and airlines set for record thanks to Euro 2012; Kiev Borispol Airport grew by 20% in 2011!
They may have just been knocked out of Euro 2012 but Ukraine’s airports and airlines are undoubtedly benefiting from the event. Last year was a great one for Ukraine but which airlines have already started new routes in 2012 and which new local airline has started domestic flights?
AeroSvit launches twice-weekly services to Sochi in Russia from Kiev Boryspil Airport in Ukraine.
Aerosvit starts its ninth Russian route from Kiev Borispol to Murmansk.
Aerosvit starts services from Kiev Borispol to Rostov and Tyumen in Russia.
Aerosvit launches new route from Kiev Boryspil to Ekaterinburg.
Europe’s flag carriers had a fairly decent 2011 in terms of passenger growth. But which geographic markets performed best and worst? Which airlines grew fastest in terms of passengers and ASKs? And which carriers improved their load factors the most? Which four carriers managed to achieve greater than 80% load factors for the whole year?
AeroSvit now flies to Saigon in Vietnam from Kiev Boryspil Airport in Ukraine.
Aerosvit Ukrainan Airlines now flies from Kiev Boryspil Airport in the Ukraine to SriLanka’s capital Colombo.
AEA member airlines have seen their passenger numbers rise 8.4% so far this year, but how has growth varied by geographic region? Apart from North Africa which other market wasn’t growing in June or July? Which seven members have seen a decline in passenger numbers so far this year and which have improved their load factor most?