Articles Tagged ‘British Airways’
Last November, Ryanair promised to increase its annual throughput at Dublin Airport by 700,000 for 2014/15 following the scrapping of the Є3 per passenger air travel tax. anna.aero takes a look at how the Irish capital city airport is performing as a result of this slug of growth from one of its favourite customers.
Austin Airport and Brussels Airport show-off certificates; Airport City Manchester project set for investor road show in China
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Austin Airport shows-off its Route of the Week certificate, while Brussels Airport presents their Cake of the Week award. We also have news regarding the Airport City Manchester project.
British Airways growing capacity in North America and Asia; new route to Austin is 19th non-stop service to US
Fully 35% of British Airways’ capacity (measured by ASKs) from London Heathrow is on routes to the US, which have just seen the addition of a new route to Austin, Texas. We reveal the rest of the top 15 country markets (by ASKs) and summarise the airline’s network changes from Heathrow and London Gatwick this […]
British Airways starts new international route from London Heathrow to Austin with five weekly flights, utilising its 787-8s.
Following a busy December, both Airbus and Boeing delivered significantly fewer aircraft in the first month of the year. However, January 2014 goes down in history as the busiest beginning to a year since anna.aero started monitoring aircraft deliveries in 2008.
Last week’s winners of the ‘Arch of Triumph’ racked up the biggest score of the competition so far. Quite rightly the fire crews at Dubai Al Maktoum are proud of one of the first awards that the fledgling airport has received.
Geneva Airport celebrates Etihad Regional’s first flight; Winnipeg Airport shows-off certificate; Ryanair’s 10 million milestone at Cork; more celebrations at London City, Stuttgart and Newquay Airports
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Geneva Airport celebrates the launch of Etihad Regional’s first commercial flight; Winnipeg Airport proudly shows-off its cake certificate; and Ryanair celebrates 10 million passengers at Cork Airport. We also have news from London City, Stuttgart and Newquay Airports.
Bahrain’s home carrier Gulf Air has completed its network consolidation and is returning to new route growth in 2014 — good news for the country market which has not only had to deal with the restructuring of its biggest airline, but also the loss of its second carrier, Bahrain Air, last year too.
Seven airlines can claim to be #1 at one or more of the UK’s busiest airports; easyJet leads way at six airports
The UK economy is currently one of the fastest-growing in Europe, and this is reflected in the 3.4% growth in passenger numbers, during the last 12 months, across the country’s airports. We reveal how quickly the top 21 airports are growing (or not) and which are the top three airlines at each airport.
Air France A380 at Cancun; Shannon’s capacity boost; Stansted’s new security area; celebrations at Bogotá, Leeds Bradford, Amsterdam, CityJet, Edinburgh, Kuala Lumpur and Berlin Tegel
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, anna.aero reports from Cancun Airport as it welcome its first A380 flight. We also have news from Bogotá, CityJet, Edinburgh, Leeds Bradford, London Stansted, Shannon, Amsterdam, Kuala Lumpur and Berlin Tegel.
British Airways starts flights from London Heathrow Airport in UK to Gran Canaria Airport in Spain.
Was the BBC’s John Humphrys “taken for a sucker” by the new nicer, kinder, cuddlier, Michael O’Leary at the Airport Operators Association (AOA) Conference in London this week?