Articles Tagged ‘AMS’
transavia.com has added Turin Airport to its low-cost network out of Amsterdam Schiphol Airport.
Netherlands — growing faster than France, Italy, Germany and Spain; Eindhoven set to break 3m in 2013
Europe’s ninth largest country market in terms of weekly seats available, the Netherlands has grown its weekly seats by 4.5% in the last 12 months (including transavia.com’s new Amsterdam to Turin link started on 10 October), just behind the continent’s average of 4.8%, but ahead of four out of five of the FIGUS nations – […]
The EU now has 28 member states, and this week anna.aero looks to see which of these are best connected to their fellow members in terms of air services. One country is connected to just one other major capital airport in the EU. British Airways does well for EU connections, but Lufthansa and Iberia are […]
Darwin Airline – ‘the Origins of a Network’ continues to evolve with new Cambridge and Leipzig bases
Darwin is no longer merely associated with famous English naturalists (who studied at Cambridge University) or that place right in the north of Australia, it is also a fast-expanding, Swiss-based regional airline that has grown by 165% in the last 12 months.
Darwin Airline launches Cambridge Airport to Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, Geneva Airport, Milan Malpensa Airport, Paris CDG Airport; plus, Leipzig/Halle Airport to Amsterdam Airport Schiphol and Paris CDG Airport.
KLM – possibly Europe’s “most stable” airline; just four routes dropped and five started in last 12 months
KLM is not only one of the world’s oldest airlines, but also one of the least active, at least when it comes to network changes. We examine which routes have the highest weekly seat capacity, which routes have been started and stopped in the last 12 months, and which Scandinavian and Asian country markets are […]
Air Lituanica commences services from Vilnius Airport to Amsterdam Schiphol Airport.
transavia.com flies from Rotterdam Airport to Las Palmas Airport; connects Amsterdam Airport and Tel Aviv Airport.
CityJet connects Dublin Airport with Brest Airport and Amsterdam Airport with Perpignan Airport with low-frequency seasonal services.
WOW air adds seasonal services from Reykjavik/Keflavik Airport to Amsterdam Airport and Barcelona Airport.
Despite being at 99% capacity and with little sign of any additional runway capacity any time soon, London Heathrow is still the world’s busiest airport if measured by ASKs. We look to see which other airports make the Top 15 in this slightly unusual way of looking at airports.
HOP! commences four-weekly flights from Clermont-Ferrand Airport to Amsterdam Schiphol Airport.