Articles Tagged ‘Air France’
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?
The Europe-Asia market: EURO legacy carriers struggle to keep up with “MEB3” Emirates, Etihad & Qatar
This week’s Dubai Air Show proved beyond doubt that Emirates and Qatar Airways’ global ambitions remain undiminished by pesky economic issues in certain parts of the world. But what competition do they face from Europe’s big global airlines in serving the Europe – Asia market? Which MEB3 markets remain untouched by European carriers?
Air France now flies from Paris CDG Airport to Cape Town in South Africa.
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%?