Articles Tagged ‘BHX’
Denver and London Southend airports’ certificates for Volaris and Flybe respectively; first direct China flight lands at Birmingham Airport
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Frankfurt Airport and Condor welcome the arrival of German fans from FIFA World Cup. We also have news from Glasgow Airport.
UK’s eighth busiest gateway according to CAA figures, Glasgow Airport has consolidated its annual passenger performance over recent years, growing by 2.9% in 2013. With a total of 22 carriers operating from the Scottish gateway, anna.aero takes a closer look at the airport’s recent activity, reveals its seasonality profile and how dominant easyJet is this […]
Flybe starts destinations #32 and #33 at its biggest hub.
This week we have FTWAs from six airports around the world, including Toronto Pearson, Moscow Sheremetyevo and Manchester – find out here whether any of these big-hitting airports have the firefighters to match their global profile.
Sibiu and Lisbon show-off Cake awards; Budapest welcomes Vueling from Barcelona; British Airways expands at London City; more news from Aruba, Birmingham and Bordeaux airports.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Sibiu and Lisbon airports show-off Cake awards, Budapest Airport marks the arrival of its third new carrier so far this year, and British Airways expands its presence at London City Airport for S14. We also have news from Aruba, Birmingham and Bordeaux airports.
Aegean Airlines adds four seasonal routes from Athens and Kalamata to Amman, Birmingham, Izmir and Paris CDG, using its A320s, Q400s and A319s.
Romanian one-two, as the little airports dish out FTWA master class; London Southend shows off certificate
Last week’s winners, London Southend Airport, will be adding their ‘Arch of Triumph’ certificate to the station walls. Find out which airport will be looking to do the same thing next week.
Reykjavik/Keflavik forecasted to pass three million passengers in 2014; new airport charging scheme from November
Iceland’s busiest airport, Reykjavik/Keflavik, has managed to achieve impressive growth in recent years, following the local banking collapse and the volcanic eruption of Eyjafjallajökull. anna.aero takes a closer look at the airport’s recent activity and reveals how its seasonality profile has changed and how dominant the flag carrier is this summer.
Flybe’s route count at Birmingham climbs to 26, with more to come later this summer; Newquay now boasts four domestic routes.
Fifth annual Euro ANNIEs (Part II). germanwings gains two Euro ANNIEs airline awards; surprisingly it’s a no-show from Ryanair
Not one award, but two. It’s all smiles in Cologne as germanwings’ network planning team grab two 2014 Euro ANNIEs. Norwegian and Air Lituanica join the celebrations.
Monarch Airlines increases its based operations at Birmingham, London Luton, London Gatwick and Manchester.
Monarch Airlines operates in the fiercely competitive UK leisure market, but has managed to grow its passenger numbers by 15% in the last two years. We analyse the airline’s route matrix, reveal the airline’s growing seasonality issues, and look at which are the leading country and airport markets this summer, helped by 10 new routes.