Articles Tagged ‘AMS’
easyJet commences services between Amsterdam and Milan Linate, Edinburgh and Stuttgart, Lisbon and Lille, and Berlin Schönefeld and Vienna.
Chinese President Xi Jinping and British PM David Cameron announce direct link between Manchester and Beijing
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Air Malta and KLM inaugurate their code-share agreement, while Ryanair announces two new routes from Turin. More news also from London City, Naples, Miami, Cleveland Burke Lakefront and Iasi airports as well as from Monarch Airlines.
Dubai, Ryanair and China are the fastest growing airport, airline and country market entering W15/16
The northern hemisphere winter season has begun with the launch of dozens of new routes. anna.aero reveals which airports, airlines and country markets have seen the biggest volume increase in seat capacity this November compared with last November.
Over the past five years, Air Canada has only reported seven months in which capacity declined when compared to the same month of the previous year. Over the past 12 months however, Air Canada has grown its largest hub by 6.6% in relation to seat capacity. anna.aero investigates how the airline’s most popular routes have […]
In September, CityJet unveiled its new brand to the world in Dublin, while at the same time announcing that it is finalising an agreement for 15 under-100-seat aircraft. anna.aero looks into the route development that the airline has seen over the past few years, and establishes the possible aircraft that CityJet could be considering to […]
Iberia Express grows by 8.4% from Madrid since last year; route count doubles since operations commenced
Since commencing operations four years ago, Iberia Express has gone from a low of 16 destinations being served in its first year of operations in 2012, to a grand total of 31 routes being served from Madrid this summer, with some routes making a reappearance since being dropped after the first season. anna.aero takes a […]
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Birmingham Airport celebrates passing 10 million passengers in the past 12 months, while Beijing Capital Airlines commences its first long-haul charter programme to Copenhagen. More news also from Amsterdam, as well as Frankfurt, Glasgow and Newcastle airports, plus Ryanair.
It’s a busy week – not only do we have pictures of Arch of Triumph winning airports from far-flung places like Suriname and Australia, but we have 10 FTWA entries from nine different countries. You may need to ‘calm down, calm down’ when you find out this week’s winner.
Flybe hopes its 19 times weekly service on the city pair will be enough to combat incumbent easyJet.
Ryanair announces Milan Malpensa as base 73 (with four routes), and first service to Amsterdam (from Dublin)
Look out easyJet! Ryanair has announced a base at Milan Malpensa and its first flights to Amsterdam. We look at what competition it will face and how Milan’s airports have developed since the turn of the century.
Delta Air Lines seat capacity is up 3.7% at Salt Lake City Airport; will introduce non-stop London Heathrow service from S16
Delta Air Lines is the number one carrier out of Salt Lake City, which is the SkyTeam member’s fifth largest base as measured by seat capacity, just behind New York JFK. This summer the airline is reporting an increase in seat capacity of 3.7% and from next year, the airline will add its third European […]
Dutch part of Transavia dominated by routes to Spain; new services to Germany and Cyprus celebrated in 2015
Transavia is the new(ish) name for both transavia.com and transavia.com France as Air France KLM looks to make its in-house LCC a growing force. We look in more detail at the Dutch part of the operation.