Articles Tagged ‘BIO’
There are 18 airports from around the world competing for Arch of Triumph glory this week. The question is, did this FTWA in Lviv to mark the start of Wizz Air’s new London Luton service get better than this? Jump inside to find out.
Norwegian links Amsterdam to New York JFK – also adds routes from Paris CDG and Stockholm Arlanda.
Having enjoyed four days of non-stop networking, meetings and pintxos, Europe’s network planning community will be dribbling back to their offices over the next few days, telling everyone what hard work it was. Catch-up here with anna.aero’s Show Dailies, printed live at the 13th Routes Europe hosted by the Basque Government, the Bizkaia Government and […]
Bratislava Airport beats opposition to win Part I of Arch of Triumph public vote; now it’s S18 launches – Part II
Over 1,100 votes were cast to determine who the aviation world thinks crafted the best Arch of Triumph to mark the start of S18 ‒ with Bratislava Airport’s firefighters emerging as the victors. Europe’s fire stations still reign supreme, as the Slovakian airport becomes the region’s 16th straight winner in the public votes where the […]
With over 2,500 votes cast, it was far from being a close-run thing, as a well-promoted Bratislava Airport campaign saw off all challengers to win Part I of anna.aero’s legendary Cake of the Week public vote. It’s your chance to vote for your favourite baked treat – including this offering from Riga ‒ here in […]
Vueling introduces new domestic links from A Coruña and Bilbao.
Volotea adds its third connection to the Austrian capital.
“Cake, we all like a bit of cake don’t we? I know I do. I love a bit of cake. I do. I just like cake.” Not our words, but the words of Marjorie Dawes, a character from noughties British sitcom Little Britain. We couldn’t have put it any better ourselves Marjorie – and here […]
Volotea starts two new routes from its new base – the hosts of Routes Europe.
Europe’s airports have gone three weeks without a win in the 2017 Arch of Triumph competition, as Asia wins two times on the bounce, following a win for Australasia in Week 44. Find out what score your airport needs to secure a last minute slot on this year’s leader board.
Vueling improves its offer from the Spanish city to six destinations.
Iberia is the largest operator at Madrid Airport. Services provided by its mainline operation, Iberia Regional and Iberia Express account for 42% of all departing seat capacity from Madrid during the week commencing 10 October 2017. The next largest carrier is Air Europa which will provide 15% of the departing seats from the Spanish capital.