Articles Tagged ‘BUD’
Ryanair announces six new routes from Cologne Bonn to destinations in the UK, Italy, Spain and Lithuania
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Wizz Air announces its first operations to Frankfurt with flights from Budapest and Sofia, while Ryanair confirms more German expansion with new links to Poland and Lithuania from Nuremberg. More news also from Mahan Air and AirAsia X.
easyJet links Amsterdam to Budapest and Lanzarote as London Gatwick gains Granada link.
Manchester to Bangkok is the #1 unserved route between Europe and Thailand; Russia and UK top markets; MEB3 presence intensifying
Europeans are the second largest contingent of visitors to Thailand after Asians. In 2015, 5.63 million European tourists visited the Asian country. anna.aero takes a closer look at the development of tourism from Europe to Thailand during the past decade, and looks into the most popular unserved connections.
Budapest Airport-anna.aero Runway Run 5.0: The Race to Find the Fastest Airline in the World is on 2 September!
Budapest Airport and anna.aero have confirmed this year’s air transport industry’s premier charity-sportive event – “The Race to Find the Fastest Airline in the World” – will take place at 11:00 on Saturday 2 September 2017 on Budapest Airport’s 13R-31L runway.
Flybe announces London Heathrow as its fifth London airport, but will its various operations from the UK capital in S17 be sustainable?
In December Flybe announced that from 26 March it will start multiple daily flights to London Heathrow from Aberdeen and Edinburgh, becoming the airline’s fifth UK capital airport. In the same week, the regional carrier announced an advanced agreement with Stobart Air to operate 12 new routes from London Southend. We look at Flybe’s various […]
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Budapest welcomes its 11 millionth passenger for 2016 while Prague celebrates the 25-year anniversary of El Al services from Tel Aviv. More news also from Savannah, Helsinki and St. Petersburg airports.
anna.aero joins Ryanair, Finnair, SAS and airBaltic for Tampere Aviation Forum II to learn all about Scandinavia’s largest inland city
Last week anna.aero was invited to attend the Tampere Aviation Forum II to learn of the various projects that are developing the largest inland Scandinavian city into a Smart City, and the issues facing regional airlines and smaller markets in the European region, including those that serve Tampere. Find out about Tampere’s future growth plans, […]
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Stockholm Arlanda welcomes the arrival of easyJet’s new route from Lyon while Wizz Air unveils its Budapest 2024 livery. Finally AirAsia X launches charter flights to Madinah and JetBlue Airways salutes its latest connection from New York Newark to Bridgetown.
Aena’s Madrid Airport shows-off Route of the Week award for Iberia’s Tokyo Narita launch and Budapest celebrates new Venice service
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Flybe opens its latest Birmingham route while Prague celebrates the opening of its Ryanair base. More news also from Alicante, Berlin Schönefeld, Gold Coast and Sydney airports.
Tenerife North wins Part I ‒ vote for the best of 16 W16/17 Fire Truck Water Arches Part II – get voting now
With 35%, 15% more than the second placed airport, Tenerife North scooped Part I of the W15/16 Public Vote. Its straight onto Part II, with 16 entries from around the world, including two new cargo routes, vying for the second opportunity to convince the public to vote for their Fire Truck Water Arch.
Ryanair has another busy week, launching 23 routes on 1 November, five on 2 November, six on 3 November and four on 4 November.
Bristol-Zurich is “Skyscanner Unserved Route of the Week”: 60,000 annual searches; route #8 for bmi regional’s base?
Skyscanner’s Travel Insight software reveals that in the last year 60,000 potential travellers searched for flights between Bristol and Zurich ‒ but the route is unserved! bmi regional is Bristol’s third largest airline, it connects with other Star Alliance hubs, but not Zurich. Why not?