Articles Tagged ‘Air France’
Air France KLM, Norwegian, Volotea celebrate milestones; Singapore Changi and Granada airports pose with awards
In this week’s portion of Network Planning Community News, anna.aero reports from Granada & Changi Airports, Volotea welcomes their 250,000th passenger, Norwegian achieves a first in Denmark with its new 787, Leeds Bradford passes 3 million mark and Air France KLM launch photo exhibition in Moscow.
Tunis Airport continues its traffic rebuild as Turkish and Afriqiyah double capacity in the last year
Aviation is notoriously difficult to analyse and predict in the best of times, its study is clearly made worse during a global recession, and when the airport is the capital of country in a fledgling democracy still in the rebuild phase post-revolution, it becomes even more of a test. A review of activity at Tunis-Carthage […]
French aviation market to be discussed in detail in Bordeaux at French Connect this week; anna.aero will be “live”
The French market has outperformed its major European rivals in both 2011 and 2012. On the eve of the 10th French Connect, anna.aero takes a detailed look at the French market. We reveal which airports are growing fastest, which country markets are growing (and which are not), and which airlines are generating growth.
Air France’s latest network strategy sees creation of HOP!, growth at transavia.com France, and axing of 29 routes
This week’s “route droppings” analysis focuses on Air France. We pick our way through the complexities of airline codes to reveal which 29 routes have been dumped, and how the loss of one of these routes has had an unexpected impact at one of the airports involved.
Air France inaugurates seasonal flights from Paris CDG Airport to Minneapolis/St Paul, MN in cooperation with Delta Air Lines.
Denmark will be hosting Eurovision 2014 after Emmelie de Forest won the 2013 contest in Malmö at the weekend. The influx of foreign visitors expected for the 39-country, Europe-wide song contest may well be the additional traffic boost that sees Denmark’s airports top 30 million annual passengers for the first time next year.
HOP! launches flights from Lille to Figari.
Air France challenging Iberia and TAP Portugal to be number one carrier in Europe – South America market
Air France began flights to Montevideo (Uruguay) this week, its ninth destination in South America. Only TAP Portugal serves more points in South America from Europe with 11. European carriers have 75% of the non-stop market, with KLM and Lufthansa the fastest-growing.
Air France launched four-weekly service to Montevideo via Buenos Aires and thrice-weekly flights to Kuala Lumpur, both from Paris CDG.
Air France launches flights from Paris Orly to Casablanca and Istanbul Atatürk.
Due to the US economic embargo on Cuba which has lasted for nearly 50 years, there are no scheduled flights between the two nations. So which nation is the top country market?
From S’13, HOP! will operate 530 daily flights to 136 destinations across 15 countries for parent Air France.