Articles Tagged ‘AGP’

Regional connectivity in Italy, Spain and Turkey analysed; winners and losers between 2009 and 2015 revealed

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.

Copenhagen loses Ryanair base, however the ULCC will be the third largest airline this winter; Emirates upgrades to A380

Copenhagen loses Ryanair base, however the ULCC will be the third largest airline this winter; Emirates upgrades to A380

Ryanair recently announced that due to a fallout with Danish unions, it would move its one based 737-800 from Copenhagen to Kaunas. However even with the base closure, the ULCC will still be one of the airport’s largest airlines this winter, despite only starting operations from the facility in March. anna.aero looks into the planned […]

Hong Kong happily displays winning Arch of Triumph certificate

Hong Kong happily displays winning Arch of Triumph certificate

Not only did Hong Kong Airport win the last Arch of Triumph weekly battle, but its score of 36.7 saw it swoop into joint second place overall with Portland in the 2015 competition. Meanwhile, 27 (yes that’s 27) airports from across the world are aiming to topple Hong Kong from that spot this week.


Vueling ventures into 35 new route markets

Vueling ventures into 35 new route markets

Vueling starts 69 weekly flights from seven airports to 34 other airports across Europe.

Bengaluru Airport and AirAsia India celebrate the Father of Indian Aviation

Bengaluru Airport and AirAsia India celebrate the Father of Indian Aviation

In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Krakow Airport welcomes the arrivals of SWISS and British Airways from Zurich and London Heathrow respectively, while Nuremburg Airport receives our Cake of the Week award for airberlin’s new route to Sylt. More news from Hamburg, Amsterdam, Münster/Osnabrück and Singapore airports, and from Tigerair Australia.

Jetairfly expands seasonally with eight new routes

Jetairfly expands seasonally with eight new routes

Jetairfly commenced routes from Antwerp, Brussels Charleroi and Ostend, using its E190s and 737-800s.


Norwegian expands with five new Spanish routes and one Transatlantic

Norwegian expands with five new Spanish routes and one Transatlantic

Norwegian expands its network with new links from London Gatwick, Madrid and Malaga.

Norwegian expands with four new links

Norwegian expands with four new links

Norwegian now links Copenhagen to Orlando, Madrid to Birmingham and Nice, as well as Malaga to Birmingham.

Blue Air celebrates 10th anniversary with new route to Liverpool; Romanian LCC faces stiff competition from Wizz Air and TAROM

Blue Air celebrates 10th anniversary with new route to Liverpool; Romanian LCC faces stiff competition from Wizz Air and TAROM

Romania’s very own LCC Blue Air has reached a major milestone, 10 years of flights. We look at what competition the airline faces on its busiest routes, its newest routes and some of the routes that have proved less than successful.


Christchurch Airport receives Cake award for China Airlines

Christchurch Airport receives Cake award for China Airlines

In this week’s Network Planning Community News, NIKI announces plans to start three routes from Bratislava Airport next year and Emirates’ A380 touches down at Houston Intercontinental Airport from Dubai. More news from London Southend and Southampton airports.

Dutch airports on track to surpass 60 million passengers in 2014

Dutch airports on track to surpass 60 million passengers in 2014

A very densely populated country, the Netherlands is served by five commercial airports providing scheduled airline services, out of which Amsterdam commands 93% of total weekly capacity. In the first eight months of 2014, passenger numbers are up 4.6% when compared to 2012. anna.aero takes a closer look at the trends in demand at Dutch […]

BRUising encounter: anna.aero's detailed analysis of Ryanair v Vueling’s fight for low cost supremacy at Brussels Airport

BRUising encounter: anna.aero’s detailed analysis of Ryanair v Vueling’s fight for low cost supremacy at Brussels Airport

A year ago Ryanair appeared to declare war on Vueling in Brussels, going head-to-head with the carrier on 10 routes. We look at how things are panning out for both carriers and analyse December fare data across eight competing routes.