Articles Tagged ‘airberlin’
airberlin commences flights from Munich Airport to Tivat Airport; connects Nuremberg and Kos; adds Cagliari Airport and Westerland Airport to its offering from Zurich Airport.
airberlin resumes seasonal route from Leipzig Airport to Kos Airport; adds flights from Düsseldorf Airport to Jersey Airport.
airberlin is second biggest carrier in Zurich after Swiss; adding new routes to Cagliari, Naples and Sylt this summer
Zurich is airberlin’s eighth busiest airport in terms of weekly seats, and its biggest non-German, non-hub airport this summer serving over 30 destinations across Europe and North Africa. But capacity is down compared with 2011, after the ending of multiple daily flights to Hamburg and Hannover.
airberlin launched twice-weekly flights from Zurich Airport to Naples Airport.
airberlin commences operations from Berlin Tegel to Chicago O’Hare and Warsaw.
airberlin inaugurates services from Berlin Tegel to Madrid in the wake of Iberia’s withdrawal from the market.
Poland’s second largest city and main tourist attraction, Kraków attracted a record nine million visitors in 2012. anna.aero examines the impact of this influx on Kraków Balice, the country’s largest regional airport, in the wake of major infrastructure development.
airberlin adds daily flights to both Bucharest and Sofia to its Berlin Tegel network.
Will appointment of new airberlin CEO lead to further network changes; more Mediterranean routes to face axe?
“I ain’t afraid of no ghosts!” New airberlin CEO Prock-Schauer has a few network and over-capacity spectres to reduce to slime before he can sleep easily at night.
Niki Lauda quits his airline to focus on F1 again; NIKI dumps Central European routes for Greece and Scandinavia
A decade after its launch, Austrian NIKI sees its founder – Niki Lauda, the three-time Formula 1 World Champion – leave the company to chair the Mercedes Formula 1 team.
airberlin: ‘Shape & Size’ – which routes have been cut since last summer, and which have been added?
Among Europe’s biggest airlines the only one carrying fewer passengers than last summer is airberlin. We take a close look at which routes have been dropped from which German airports, and which have been added. And why has one destination in particular has been added from so many airports?
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?