Articles Tagged ‘ARN’
Latvia is the tasty filling in the Baltic nation sandwich, sitting as it does between its close neighbours Estonia and Lithuania. The country’s air traffic is booming this year, with an average monthly growth of 8.4% between January and May. We take a look at who is doing what, and from where.
Seventh annual Euro ANNIES – Part II; Kjos he’s worth it again – Norwegian CEO loves his long-haul award
Kjos he’s worth it again. Well you now know one of the four airline winners in Part II of the Euro ANNIES awards, after last week’s airport awards in Part I. Will Germania, Iberia or Turkish Airlines secure back-to-back wins or will the prizes be soon gathering dust in the lobbies of new airlines like […]
Blue Air adds 14 airports to network; 43% increase in weekly seat capacity; first airline to launch non-capital Romanian domestic links
anna.aero’s Assistant Editor Jonathan Ford recently went to Bucharest to meet Blue Air’s Revenue Management & Planning Director George Rizica. While there, Ford asked Rizica about what Blue Air looks for in an airport, and to find out why Wizz Air’s and Ryanair’s expansion in Romania helped push the carrier to grow more rapidly on […]
Anker in Athens: 300+ ACI EUROPE audience learns exactly how much low costs now dominate – and what they are doing next
We all know Europe’s LCCs have been the driving force behind traffic growth at Europe’s airports during the last decade. We reveal how their share of summer seat capacity across almost 30 major airports has evolved 2006-16.
Turkish Airlines begins non-stop service between Istanbul Atatürk and Hanoi – also launches Ankara to Stockholm Arlanda and Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen to Abu Dhabi routes.
Turkish Airlines adds a link to Stockholm Arlanda from Konya, as well as connecting another European city to its mega-hub.
Germania starts its third route from the Swedish capital, as well as new route trio from Bremen.
Blue Air begins 14 routes across Europe from its Bacau, Bucharest, Cluj-Napoca, Constanta, Iasi and Turin bases – six face direct competition.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Luxembourg welcomes the arrival of Aegean Airlines’ Athens route, while a familiar face in the route development world turns up in Sweden. More news from Lisbon, Bodrum and Hamburg airports.
SAS begins services from the Danish capital to Boston, Faro, Krakow and Reykjavik/Keflavik – also starts Stockholm Arlanda to Gdansk connection.
Atlasglobal starts 21st route from Istanbul Atatürk and its seventh biggest in terms of ASKs.
SAS begins a daily service between the Swedish capital’s Arlanda Airport and the Californian facility – a route that will be operated by a mixture of the carrier’s wide-body fleet.