Articles Tagged ‘British Airways’
We take a closer look at the route network implications of what Ryanair was trying to achieve with its latest attempt to take over Aer Lingus. We reveal which routes Ryanair would have been left with and wonder what the whole point of the exercise was, apart from potentially destabilising a local rival.
Perhaps one of the most popular weekend break destinations from London, Barcelona will be served from all six London airports in summer 2013. As the market grows by a quarter in 2012, two new carriers step in with new services from London Gatwick.
British Airways returns to the London Gatwick to Barcelona market after over 3 years.
London City shows their CotW certificate; Thai AirAsia turns nine; Leeds Bradford and British Airways celebrate the Chinese New Year; Erbil named the best emerging markets airport
In this week’s portion of network planning community news we report from London City, Leeds Bradford and Erbil.
British Airways returns to Leeds Bradford after over three decades; adds short-haul services to Rotterdam and Zagreb
British Airways launches flights from London Heathrow to Leeds Bradford.
British Airways relaunches flights from London Heathrow to Seoul Incheon in competition with Asiana Airlines and Korean Air.
British Airways now flies from London Heathrow to Monrovia in Liberia via Freetown in Sierra Leone.
British Airways starts flying to Las Vegas from London Gatwick; moves Marseille services to London Heathrow; adds flights to Alicante
British Airways commences services from London Gatwick to Las Vegas; adds Alicante and Marseille to its London Heathrow network.
British Airways now serves over 20 destinations from London City; Venice and Aberdeen added this month
British Airways is gradually building up its network from downtown London City airport. Which destinations has it added in the last 18 months and which route has it dropped? How important is the domestic market and what share does BA have of the airport’s total traffic?
British Airways connects London City Airport and Venice with six weekly services.
Traffic across the North Atlantic is the biggest long-haul market from Europe, but different airlines have had different strategies as many European economies experience difficulties. Which airlines have grown and which have cut capacity? And which country market has seen the biggest reduction?
British Airways’ regional airline now flies its route from Aarhus in Denmark to Göteborg Landvetter Airport in Sweden on to Manchester in the UK.