Articles Tagged ‘CPH’
More eagerly awaited by the world’s airport and airline industry than the Skytrax awards, are anna.aero’s US ANNIES prizes! The awards are back for their fifth outing, with awards for seven airports that have achieved notable route and traffic-related success in the US over the past 12 months.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, HK Express celebrates the first anniversary of its operations to Seoul Incheon, while Air Europa launches its first 787-8 service between Madrid and Miami. More news from Brussels, Stuttgart, Groningen, Moscow Sheremetyevo, Milan Malpensa, Pristina, Birmingham–Shuttlesworth, Routes Europe and Wizz Air.
With double digit growth in January and February this year, and 24 months of consecutive passenger increases, Glasgow Airport is clearly on the up. During a pit-stop on his epic journey to Barra, anna.aero’s Editor Marc Watkins sneaks 30 seconds with the Scottish airport’s Business Development Manager Paul White.
Ryanair commences 21 European routes with the start of the summer season using its 737-800s. Directly competes on six of the new additions.
SAS now links Copenhagen to Edinburgh, Gothenburg to Bergen, as well as Stockholm Arlanda to Budapest and Riga.
Norwegian now links Copenhagen to Orlando, Madrid to Birmingham and Nice, as well as Malaga to Birmingham.
Alitalia introduces four new links from Milan Linate, Milan Malpensa, Pisa and Venice Marco Polo.
Ryanair starts Dublin to Copenhagen daily service up against incumbents Aer Lingus, Norwegian and SAS.
Ryanair transatlantic U-turn: anna.aero examines the “what if scenario” revealing where it may have flown
Airline executives pretty much everywhere are breathing easier after Ryanair denied the accuracy of last week’s reports that it would start transatlantic services in 2020. However, the apparently mistaken announcement and the clear retraction, appropriately sandwiched around St Patrick’s Day, intrigued anna.aero’s data elves who took a look at the “what if scenario” and identified the […]
Founded on 22 January 1993 to take over the regional airline Braathens in western Norway, Norwegian has expanded considerably, becoming the third largest low-cost carrier in Europe (after Ryanair and easyJet). As the LCC is currently serving a total of 84 airports in 31 countries, anna.aero looks at Norwegian’s recent developments.
Norwegian commences third route to Bangkok Suvarnabhumi, this time from Copenhagen, and expands its seasonal offering from London Gatwick with Funchal and La Palma flights.
easyJet adds routes from bases in Germany, Italy, Switzerland and UK.