Articles Tagged ‘AMS’

Transavia opens Munich base

Transavia opens Munich base

Transavia opens 10 routes from its latest base – also new routes from Amsterdam, Eindhoven and Nantes.

easyJet enters 18 new markets

easyJet enters 18 new markets

easyJet commences services on 18 airport pairs across its European network – nine face direct competition.

Air France commences four new routes

Air France commences four new routes

Air France commences two routes from Paris CDG to Biarritz and Glasgow while Paris Orly gains a link to Figari – Rennes sees launch of flights to Amsterdam.


Flybe adds 16 airport pairs

Flybe adds 16 airport pairs

Flybe adds 16 routes to its network – commences its first based operations from Doncaster Sheffield.

anna.aero helps Flybe open its latest base at Doncaster Sheffield; announces new route to Düsseldorf

anna.aero helps Flybe open its latest base at Doncaster Sheffield; announces new route to Düsseldorf

On 24 March Flybe opened its Doncaster Sheffield base where it will fly to eight destinations across the UK and Europe. On the same day Flybe confirmed that a ninth route to Düsseldorf will launch in October, while a tenth will be announced shortly. Take a closer look to see how the morning’s events unfolded, and to hear about Flybe’s […]

Vueling launches six of the best new routes

Vueling launches six of the best new routes

Vueling starts Barcelona to London Luton, as well as five other new services as S16 draws closer.


The legacy carriers’ low costs – Lufthansa’s Eurowings, Air France-KLM’s Transavia, IAG’s Vueling: foreign bases, long-haul challenges

The legacy carriers’ low costs – Lufthansa’s Eurowings, Air France-KLM’s Transavia, IAG’s Vueling: foreign bases, long-haul challenges

Europe’s three biggest legacy airline groupings each includes a fast-growing LCC with potential to play a key role in the future. We look at the history of these carriers and reveal where they are growing fastest this summer.

Amsterdam-Las Vegas is Skyscanner “Unserved Route of the Week” with 120,000 searches in 2015 – no gamble for KLM!

Amsterdam-Las Vegas is Skyscanner “Unserved Route of the Week” with 120,000 searches in 2015 – no gamble for KLM!

Skyscanner’s Travel Insight “big data” software reveals that nearly 120,000 potential passengers per year to fly between Amsterdam and Las Vegas – yet the city pair remains unserved. We think this should be the next transatlantic service for KLM, following its introduction of a Salt Lake City service in May 2016.

Aeromexico’s international traffic grows 15%; #1 airport Mexico City grows by 9.5%; Amsterdam to join network in May

Aeromexico’s international traffic grows 15%; #1 airport Mexico City grows by 9.5%; Amsterdam to join network in May

Aeromexico is currently the largest airline in Mexico occupying 38% of seats to the nation. During 2015 the carrier launched services to many new international destinations, helping international traffic to grow by 15%. With this news, anna.aero takes a closer look to see how the airline is developing in regards to its international growth.


Vueling vaults into Milan Malpensa from Amsterdam

Vueling vaults into Milan Malpensa from Amsterdam

Vueling commences daily services between the two cities – will face direct competition from easyJet.

China Eastern Airlines poised to smash 100 million annual passengers; Xi’an is biggest route from Shanghai Pudong

China Eastern Airlines poised to smash 100 million annual passengers; Xi’an is biggest route from Shanghai Pudong

China’s second largest carrier, China Eastern Airlines is likely to pass the 100 million passenger milestone in 2016 if its recent annual growth is anything to go by. Our data elves reveal the airline’s biggest routes and country markets, including Australia, from its biggest base at Shanghai Pudong.

Europe’s top 5 airports analysed; Frankfurt, London, Amsterdam, Paris and Istanbul – the FLAPI hubs compared

Europe’s top 5 airports analysed; Frankfurt, London, Amsterdam, Paris and Istanbul – the FLAPI hubs compared

Europe’s five busiest airports handled over 320 million passengers between them last year. We reveal which airlines have been gained (and lost) at these airports and how the number of destinations served compares.