Articles Tagged ‘Air France’
In this week’s portion of Network Planning Community News, anna.aero reports on the latest happenings from India and Malaysia.
World’s airlines already announced over 900 routes for 2013; Barcelona Airport #1 in the world for new services
Despite the global economic malaise, 2012 was a record-breaking year for route development. In 2013, Ryanair and Southwest are amongst the airline “usual suspects” with the most additional services on their respective new routes list.
Condor’s great wedding; Finnair, Wizz Air help Santa; more stories from St Petersburg, Moscow Sheremetyevo, Friedrichshafen, Chengdu, Christchurch
In this week’s portion of Network Planning Community News, anna.aero reports from Friedrichshafen where the anna.aero Cake of the Week Certificate has been spotted together with the man behind the great creation. But we also have news from St Petersburg, Moscow Sheremetyevo, Leeds/Bradford, Chengdu, Christchurch and many more.
Volotea’s arrival to the Nantes Atlantique Airport in June 2012, helped boost the airport’s route network significantly, and the growth to-date this year is just about to hit 10%. anna.aero examines, how the airport’s business has changed in effect, and what new routes will be launching soon.
Air France’s subsidiary CityJet adds flights from London City to Münster/Osnabrück in Germany.
Europe’s regional airlines face challenging future; how will bmi regional, CityJet, Minoan Air and OLT Express fare in 2013?
Europe’s regional airlines have had an interesting 2012 with some major developments scheduled for next year. Which are Europe’s leading regional airlines according to ERA and which have seen traffic grow (and fall) in 2012 so far?
Bordeaux reporting 10% growth in 2012 as easyJet, Ryanair take on Air France and Volotea launches seven routes
Bordeaux’s dedicated LCC terminal ‘billi’ has helped the airport grow its international traffic by 50% in just two years. Which new LCC has launched multiple new routes this summer? Which have been the fastest-growing major routes in 2012 and what has stimulated the growth?
Air France now flies from Lyon to Gothenburg Landvetter Airport in Sweden, reinstating the business link for Volvo and Renault Trucks.
Air France now flies to Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Airport from its base at Marseille Provence Airport.
Air France now flies from Marseille Provence Airport to Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, which previously was operated by KLM.
Nice on target for 11 million passengers in 2012 helped by easyJet base; over 25 new services launched this year
France’s busiest regional airport is set for a record year. How has traffic grown in recent years, how seasonal is demand, and which airlines have launched new services during the last year? And which routes have seen the biggest growth in passenger demand so far in 2012?
The Middle East Big 3 (MEB3) and Turkish Airlines are growing their networks to Sub-Saharan Africa fast, but how are the big European airline groups developing in the market? What are their African network strategies? Who is the biggest in the market and who is growing the fastest?