Articles Tagged ‘British Airways’
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?
Norwegian’s London Gatwick North Atlantic routes <1% of UK-US capacity (but Virgin was once new too)
The UK-US market peaked way back in 2000, but the market has returned to growth in the last two years. We reveal which carriers have the largest share of the market at present, and what Norwegian’s new services will mean for London Gatwick. We also reveal which other airlines are launching new routes between the […]
British Airways starts flights from London Heathrow Airport in UK to Chengdu Airport in China
The EU now has 28 member states, and this week anna.aero looks to see which of these are best connected to their fellow members in terms of air services. One country is connected to just one other major capital airport in the EU. British Airways does well for EU connections, but Lufthansa and Iberia are […]
It’s a draw! Both Airbus and Boeing delivered 52 units each in July, but Boeing maintains its overall lead so far in 2013
Boeing’s lead remains unchanged with 11 more units (+3.2%) delivered than Airbus so far this year. Boeing’s performance included seven 787-800s and Airbus delivered one A380.
airberlin to launch Berlin services from London City Airport predicts anna.aero (or maybe Munich, Hamburg or Stuttgart)
Leak of the week: airberlin’s recent strategy for the UK’s capital has been, putting it politely, disjointed at best, with the airline building hubs (London Stansted), before dismantling it and moving some flights elsewhere (London Gatwick). anna.aero takes a look to see if London City will work for the German oneworld member.
British Airways starting Chengdu service in September; Chinese airlines maintaining steady 11% growth in 2013
The Chinese air travel market is still reporting double-digit growth in 2013, with the massive domestic market still outperforming the international market. We take a look at which airports grew fastest in 2012, and which airlines are preparing for new international services before the end of the year.
Leeds Bradford shows-off its anna.aero CotW certificate; registration now open for Eastern Airways’ Runway Run; Marc Povall re-joins Liverpool Airport; British Airways lands its A380 in Stansted; Jet2.com goes all Disney
In this week’s portion of Network Planning Community News, the Leeds Bradford team proudly poses with their Cake of the Week certificate. We also have news from Aberdeen, Liverpool and London Stansted and Jet2.com.
Boeing stays in the lead over Airbus as it delivers 60+ units in June; +6% more aircraft delivered in 2013 H1
Boeing delivers 61 airframes in June, including nine 787 Dreamliners, and leads Airbus by 11 units for the first six months of 2013.
British Airways inaugurates services from London Gatwick Airport to Larnaca Airport.
With 26 serving airlines other than national carrier Oman Air, clearly there is more to Muscat International Airport than being just the home-based carrier’s hub. Doubling in size in five years, a new 12 million annual passenger terminal will open next year to cater for its continued rapid growth.