Articles Tagged ‘Air France’

Bordeaux reporting 10% growth in 2012 as easyJet, Ryanair take on Air France and Volotea launches seven routes

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 launches route from Lyon to Gothenburg

Air France launches route from Lyon to Gothenburg

Air France now flies from Lyon to Gothenburg Landvetter Airport in Sweden, reinstating the business link for Volvo and Renault Trucks.

Air France launches Tel Aviv route from Marseille

Air France launches Tel Aviv route from Marseille

Air France now flies to Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Airport from its base at Marseille Provence Airport.


Air France takes over Marseille route to Amsterdam from KLM

Air France takes over Marseille route to Amsterdam from KLM

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

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?

MEB3 and Turkish Airlines grow in Africa at Europe’s big airlines’ expense

MEB3 and Turkish Airlines grow in Africa at Europe’s big airlines’ expense

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?


Air France launches services from Figari in Corsica to Caen

Air France launches services from Figari in Corsica to Caen

Air France starts seasonal services from Corsican Figari to Caen in northern France.

Is Air France's regional hub strategy in trouble?

Is Air France’s regional hub strategy in trouble?

Last year Air France announced plans to operate many more international routes from regional airports in France. Marseille was the first to benefit followed by Toulouse. But how have those new routes fared? Which have already been axed, and which were never even started?

Air France launches new routes to Vienna and Brive in southcentral France

Air France launches new routes to Vienna and Brive in southcentral France

Air France now flies from Strasbourg to Vienna, and from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol to Brive in southcentral France.


Lyon plans next phase of terminal development as it looks to grow LCC share to 30%; Emirates coming soon

Lyon plans next phase of terminal development as it looks to grow LCC share to 30%; Emirates coming soon

France’s fourth busiest airport handled a record 8.4 million passengers in 2011. anna.aero visited the airport last week to hear what the airport plans for the future. Which are the leading airlines, routes and country markets and how much did they grow (or shrink) in 2011? What are the latest trends in 2012 and which […]

Moroccan growth stalls after traffic doubles in six years; Ryanair still #2 despite plans to cut 34 flights this winter

Moroccan growth stalls after traffic doubles in six years; Ryanair still #2 despite plans to cut 34 flights this winter

Passenger numbers at Morocco’s airports have been falling in recent months but which market segments have been suffering the most? Which are the country’s leading airports and airlines and which new routes have already been announced for 2012? And what do Ryanair’s cutbacks really mean for the country?

Grounding planes in winter improves profitability: The new network planning reality explored among Europe’s airlines

Grounding planes in winter improves profitability: The new network planning reality explored among Europe’s airlines

We all know about Ryanair grounding 80 aircraft last winter but by how much did other European LCCs cut their capacity between July 2011 and January 2012? How does this compare with the year before? And how much have Europe’s legacy carriers started to follow this behaviour?