Articles Tagged ‘Air 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
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
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
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?
Air France now flies from Lyon to Bastia and Naples as well as from Strasbourg to Ajaccio and Rome Fiumicino.
Air France now flies from Lyon in France to Budapest, the capital of Hungary.
Air France commences twice-weekly services from Marseille to Berlin Tegel.
Air France now flies the domestic route from Deauville in Normandy to Montpellier by the Mediterranean Sea.
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?