Articles Tagged ‘CityJet’
Dresden Airport sees traffic decline of 7%; Etihad Regional arrives with Amsterdam and Zurich services
Covering a catchment area that extends to three countries (Germany, Czech Republic and Poland), Dresden Airport handled 1.8 million passengers in 2013. With a total of 13 carriers operating to 23 non-stop destinations, anna.aero takes a closer look at the airport’s recent activity and reveals how dominant Lufthansa is this September.
CityJet picks-up the Cambridge network gap to Amsterdam left by Etihad Regional, as well as debuting Dublin.
Dresden displays its winning certificate from last week’s competition. Cambridge Airport wins this week, having sparked a heated debate in the anna.aero office in which our last remaining pieces of whole furniture where thrown about and broken.
Budapest runway race latest: Marathon-running CityJet boss grabs pole position for Fastest Airline CEO
Christine Ourmières, the marathon-running CEO of CityJet has announced she will lead the European regional airline’s bid to win “Fastest Airline in the World” in the 12km running race taking place on Budapest Airport’s Runway organised by Budapest Airport, Wizz Air and anna.aero in aid of good causes.
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.
Etihad Regional, Eastern Airways, bmi regional spice up dynamic European regional airline market; flybe still #1 despite cuts
Europe’s regional airline market has been stunned by the decision of MEB3 carrier Etihad Airways to partner-up with Swiss Darwin Airline. We reveal the top 15 ‘regional’ airlines in Europe (based on our own definition), and summarise what some of the leading (and more obscure) carriers have been up to, and have planned for S14.
CityJet starts two new routes from Cardiff as flybe continues its UK domestic route cull.
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.
The tenth annual World Low Cost Airlines Congress in London; the new germanwings; HOP! competes with high-speed rail; and the short-haul fishbowl
The tenth annual WLCAC, held at London Heathrow, saw interviews with germanwings CEO, Thomas Winkelmann; HOP!’s EVP Commercial, Helene Abraham; market share growth discussion panel with KLM, CityJet, germanwings and Copenhagen Airport; discussions on the European short-haul market and a ‘one year on’ talk from fastjet CCO, Richard Bodin.
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.
CityJet connects Dublin Airport with Brest Airport and Amsterdam Airport with Perpignan Airport with low-frequency seasonal services.
Air France’s latest network strategy sees creation of HOP!, growth at transavia.com France, and axing of 29 routes
This week’s “route droppings” analysis focuses on Air France. We pick our way through the complexities of airline codes to reveal which 29 routes have been dumped, and how the loss of one of these routes has had an unexpected impact at one of the airports involved.