Articles Tagged ‘CPH’
Turkish Airlines adds a daily flight from its secondary hub to Copenhagen, joining its existing thrice-daily operation at Istanbul Atatürk.
Norwegian increases its presence in transatlantic market with Copenhagen-Boston and London Gatwick-Oakland flights.
Vueling improves French capital city network, along with a London Gatwick link from Asturias.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Wizz Air announces new routes from Budapest and Katowice, while British Airways inaugurates A380 services to Vancouver. More news also from Gazipaşa-Alanya, Enfidha, Munich, Doncaster Sheffield, Glasgow and Miami airports as well as from Germania and Air Canada.
easyJet starts three new links from its Lyon base, as well as four other services from Barcelona, Lisbon, Milan Malpensa and Venice Marco Polo.
Vote for the best Cake of the Week – choose the best from the 41 baked beauties from the start of S16
Boy oh boy! Have we got a baked bonanza for you. Due to our Easter vacation, we have the first two weeks of S16 rolled into one giant Cake of the Week public vote competition. It’s your airport’s chance for gastronomic route development glory…so mobilise your fans and followers to get voting now!!
Wizz Air begins services on 14 new routes – welcomes Bratislava, Kaunas and Palanga to its network.
Transavia opens 10 routes from its latest base – also new routes from Amsterdam, Eindhoven and Nantes.
easyJet commences services on 18 airport pairs across its European network – nine face direct competition.
SAS begins services from the Danish capital to Boston, Faro, Krakow and Reykjavik/Keflavik – also starts Stockholm Arlanda to Gdansk connection.
Ryanair launches 41 new routes across its network – Belfast International, Newquay and Palanga added to route map.
Copenhagen-Hong Kong is Skyscanner “Unserved Route of the Week” with nearly 65,000 searches in 2015 – a route for Cathay Pacific or Norwegian?
Skyscanner’s Travel Insight software has unearthed that 65,000 potential passengers per year want to fly between Copenhagen and Hong Kong – yet the city pair remains unserved. Will this be SAS’ next long-haul service – or is it more likely to be served by low cost long-haul Norwegian or Cathay Pacific Airways?