Air France now flies to Cancun in Mexico from its hub at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport.
Air France continues to expand its Marseille Provence Airport base by flying to Eindhoven in the Netherlands and Prague in Czech Republic.
Air France now flies 13 new routes from Nantes Airport and Marseille Provence Airport.
Air France launched its new ‘decentralization’ strategy in Marseille this week with 13 new destinations being added to the 12 it already operates there. But how has Air France’s share of Marseille traffic evolved during the last decade?
Air France now flies from Strasbourg to Montpellier on the French coast during August.
French airports report healthy growth in 2011 led by Paris Beauvais (+31.3%); easyJet stimulates Lyon – Nice by 70%
So what’s been happening at French airports in 2011? Which have been growing fastest, and which two have seen passenger numbers fall? How have the top 15 regional domestic routes fared so far in 2011? Which three have seen changes of more than 30%?
Air France has a new strategy for four major regional airports in France. Marseille is to get 13 new routes starting in October as the airline “competes” with LCCs. But how much is the airline really competing with LCCs? And how has Air France’s traffic developed at Marseille since 2000?
Air France launched a new route between Paris Charles de Gaulle and Lima in Peru.
53 new routes saw the light of day in the last week. But which low-cost airline took on three network carriers? And which airline returned to Baghdad after 21 years of absence? We have lots of pictures to go with the analysis and of course the downloadable spreadsheet detailing all the routes.
With almost 1.2 million passengers last year, Montpellier Airport ranks as France’s 10th busiest. But how has traffic evolved in the last 15 years and which airlines are present? What impact has the developing TGV network had on the airport, and which LCCs are adding routes to which destinations?
Airlines are very good at promoting new routes but rather less forthcoming when it comes to dropping routes. We take a look at which routes Europe’s top three legacy airlines have considered surplus to requirements during the last 12 months and examine how much of this was down to competition.