Articles Tagged ‘Air France’
Which routes have Europe’s Big 3 flag carriers (Air France, British Airways and Lufthansa) stopped operating recently?
Airlines and airports love to tell the world about new routes but are understandably less forthcoming when they decide to drop routes. We take a closer look at which routes Europe’s Big 3 legacy carriers have removed from their schedules for this summer and what this means for those routes.
Air France adds six domestic services; starts flying from Strasbourg to Venice.
Venice Airport welcomes over 50 new services in 2012; Volotea leads way followed by Air One and easyJet
After a traffic boost last summer due to the temporary closure (for repairs) of nearby Treviso airport, Venice is now welcoming over 50 new services in its own right this summer. But how has traffic developed over the last decade, and which airlines are starting which services this summer?
Which Chinese airport celebrates winning an anna.aero award? But which European airport has also had reasons to celebrate in the last week? And which Chinese carrier announced the first Canadian route from Chengdu?
Air France now flies to Wuhan in China from its Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport hub, providing an ideal link for the automobile industry.
Air France now flies between Nantes and Ajaccio in Corsica. The airline has also launched new routes from Nice and Toulouse airports.
Air France now flies 10 new routes from Toulouse-Blagnac Airport and between London City Airport and Brest in Brittany.
Europe’s airline may be having a mixed time financially but that’s not stopping them exploring new routes this summer. We do some analysis at the over 500 new routes starting during the next three weeks to reveal which airline is starting the most new routes (no surprises here) and which country’s airports will be celebrating […]
Air France launched services from Marseille to Barcelona, Hamburg, Marrakech and Venice, and started flying from Bordeaux to Barcelona.
anna.aero’s Editor will be at FrenchConnect next week and here’s a sneak peak at part of his presentation, looking at recent developments in the French regional domestic market. Which routes have been stimulated the most by easyJet, Ryanair and Vueling daring to take on the Air France juggernaut.
Marseille expecting record 2012 as Air France and Ryanair lead network expansion of over 30 new services
France’s fifth busiest airport had an eventful 2011. Ryanair cut capacity, but Air France established a base with a dozen new routes. How has the airport’s traffic mix evolved since 2000, and how much extra traffic has the new Air France base generated? Which other airlines are helping to generate 30 new routes this summer […]
Air France reveals details of regional expansion plans; six new routes for Nice, 16 new routes for Toulouse in 2012
Air France has detailed which new routes it will be launching from Nice and Toulouse next summer, but which carriers have been operating some of these routes this summer? And what additional competition will be provided next summer by easyJet?