Wizz Air expands in Romania with new routes from Cluj Napoca Airport, Craiova Airport, Timisoara Airport and Targu Mures Airport; adds flights to Rome Ciampino Airport from Gdansk Airport in Poland.
Tunisair launches services from Tunis Airport to Bologna Airport in Italy.
Tarom launches flights from Iasi to Bologna and Turin in Italy; adds services to London Heathrow.
Ryanair’s 50 new routes include opening of Zadar base, seven new routes from Girona, and six new routes from Trapani.
Tunisair starts flights from Tunis to Bologna in northern Italy.
Last week Ryanair blamed Budapest Airport’s “increased charges” for deep 40% capacity cuts involving axing 10 routes and withdrawing two based aircraft. On closer examination anna.aero found indicators that the main reason seems to have been ‘good’ old-fashioned under-performance.
Bologna’s traffic has boomed since Ryanair established a base in 2009, but which other airlines serve the northern Italian airport? Which is the airport’s biggest country market, and which market is growing the fastest? And which are the four new airlines to have launched flights to the airport in the last year?
Ryanair connects Barcelona, Bologna, Manchester and Weeze with Warsaw Modlin Airport.
Aeroflot now flies between Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport and Bologna in Italy. The airline already flies from the Russian capital to three other Italian airports.
Pegasus Airlines now flies from Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen Airport in Turkey to Bologna in Italy.
Air Moldova adds Bologna and Venice Marco Polo Airport to its Italian network from Chisinau.