Articles Tagged ‘Air France’
The football World Cup is off and running and fans from all over the world have arrived in Brazil for the event. But how did they get there? We take a closer look at the international air services currently on offer from Latin America’s biggest country and highlight some of the recent long-haul additions.
France’s 18th busiest airport saw traffic grow 6% last year to over 645,000 passengers. But the loss of international services from CityJet, Ryanair and transavia.com in recent years means the airport is now looking to attract new carriers and routes. anna.aero recently visited the airport and region to find out more.
Fifth annual Euro ANNIEs (Part II). germanwings gains two Euro ANNIEs airline awards; surprisingly it’s a no-show from Ryanair
Not one award, but two. It’s all smiles in Cologne as germanwings’ network planning team grab two 2014 Euro ANNIEs. Norwegian and Air Lituanica join the celebrations.
easyJet and Ryanair battle for #1 position for international services from French regional airports as Vueling and Volotea grow fast
Air France is only the fifth biggest airline at French regional airports for international services, beaten unexpectedly even by British Airways. easyJet and Ryanair share over one-third of the market as other LCCs report the fastest growth.
Flying start for “fastest airline in the world” as easyJet, Flybe, Norwegian, Ryanair etc sign up for bud:runway run
This article shows dozens of airline and airport executives at Routes Europe signing up to “bud:runway run,” the 12km race which will take place on runway 13R-31L at Budapest Airport in aid of child cancer charities and other good causes organised by Budapest Airport, Nike, Wizz Air, and anna.aero.
Düsseldorf Airport and Pegasus Airlines show certificates; Budapest welcomes UP from Tel Aviv; Zurich celebrates Air France’s 1st A318 landing; more news from Toronto Pearson, Berlin Schönefeld, Bristol, Rome Fiumicino and Warsaw Chopin airports
A busy week for Network Planning Community News, including Düsseldorf Airport and Pegasus Airlines showing-off their certificates, El Al’s LCC subsidiary – UP touching down at Budapest Airport, as well as Zurich Airport celebrating the arrival of Air France’s first A318. We also have newsworthy events from our peers from around the world.
Air France expands its international network with three new links from Paris CDG to Tokyo Haneda, Brasilia and Stavanger.
Europe-Africa airline seat capacity up less than 2% in March; Moroccan markets growing fastest as Egypt faces uncertain future
Modest growth between Europe and Africa disguises significant developments at an airline and country pair level. Ryanair is increasing capacity by over 70%, Vueling by over 500%, while traffic on Egyptian routes appears to be suffering due to the country’s on-going political uncertainty.
Chile’s seat capacity has grown by 10% in 2013, with the domestic sector outperforming the international one. With the flag carrier, LAN Airlines, rapidly expanding and commanding over 65% of weekly seats and flights, anna.aero takes a closer look at this fast-growing dynamic market.
Air France A380 at Cancun; Shannon’s capacity boost; Stansted’s new security area; celebrations at Bogotá, Leeds Bradford, Amsterdam, CityJet, Edinburgh, Kuala Lumpur and Berlin Tegel
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, anna.aero reports from Cancun Airport as it welcome its first A380 flight. We also have news from Bogotá, CityJet, Edinburgh, Leeds Bradford, London Stansted, Shannon, Amsterdam, Kuala Lumpur and Berlin Tegel.
Air France starts flights from Paris CDG Airport in France to Panama City Airport in Panama.
The EU now has 28 member states, and this week anna.aero looks to see which of these are best connected to their fellow members in terms of air services. One country is connected to just one other major capital airport in the EU. British Airways does well for EU connections, but Lufthansa and Iberia are […]