Articles Tagged ‘airberlin’
airberlin still #1 in German capital serving 61 destinations non-stop; Billund and Prague new, but nine routes dropped in last two years
Berlin Tegel is still airberlin’s biggest base. We reveal its development during the last decade, which country markets are growing (and shrinking) and which routes have been terminated in the last two years.
airberlin starts its second service to Denmark and first to Czech Republic from its Berlin Tegel hub.
In 2014, Europe’s flag-carriers reported traffic growth of 2.9%, according to the AEA. All geographic markets were up except for North Africa (down 3.5%), with North Atlantic and the Middle East leading the way (both +5.1%).
Menorca Airport plots a recovery path towards 3m annual passengers; Vueling bigger than easyJet and Ryanair combined
The smallest of the three airports serving the Balearic Islands, Menorca Airport, also known as Mahón Airport, is on course to grow again this summer, with August schedules offering a 6.4% increase in weekly seats. anna.aero identifies the key players and what new routes will be starting in S15.
Located in the Iberian Peninsula and being home to an estimated population of over 46 million as of 2014, Spain is served by 39 commercial airports providing scheduled airline services this March. With Spanish air traffic beginning its recovery in 2014, anna.aero investigates the airlines operating in this fluctuating market and reveals which is the #1 […]
Far from being a stagnant mature market, the two FIGUST countries of Germany and Italy are still providing dynamic growth despite the continued economic gloom that persists in Europe. anna.aero reviews the big players, including newcomers like Meridiana in this heavyweight pairing.
airberlin opens the door for Etihad Airways at Stuttgart, with the start of daily services to the MEB3 carrier’s hub.
For many people in Europe, a winter holiday to escape the wind and the rain is the norm. For those with a bit more disposable cash, the Caribbean satisfies this desire. anna.aero takes a look under the bonnet of this high-end market to check its resilience to the sluggish economic activity that persists across many […]
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Budapest Airport shows off its Route of the Week certificate, AdR’s Rome Fiumicino Airport bakes a cake to celebrate an additional two million passengers in 2014, and Winnipeg Airport also gets creative in the kitchen with a route launch cake.
airberlin starts weekly services on the 3,368-kilometre sector between Germany and Spain.
German airports report August growth of over 6% as locals celebrate World Cup victory by taking a holiday
Germans may have stayed home to watch their team win the FIFA World Cup in Brazil in June and July, but once it was all over they set off in record numbers on holiday in August. We take a closer look at the trends in demand at German airports in 2014.
airberlin’s network offers a wide-range of services for business and leisure travellers, but it has not been a profitable mix. We take a closer look at the airline’s seasonality problems, which the airline has revealed it intends to tackle in the coming months.