Articles Tagged ‘Czech Airlines’
Prague Airport’s top 12 routes carried 40% of traffic in 2015; now linked to Beijing, Chengdu and Shanghai; welcomes daily A380 operation
During the past year Prague has done something that most modest sized airports outside of Asia have as their number one aim – gaining a link to China. However, the airport has also seen developments in other long-haul markets as well as its new Chinese links. anna.aero takes a look at the airport’s traffic trends, […]
Skopje traffic grows 42% since 2012; on track to pass 1.7 million passengers in 2016; gains four new European capital connections
During the past 12 months Skopje has gained links to the capitals of the Czech Republic, Denmark, Germany and Slovakia. anna.aero investigates how the airport’s network has developed during recent times, and also how it has managed to nearly double passenger traffic during the past few years.
Czech Airlines begins twice-weekly service to the Saudi Arabian city from Prague.
Czech Airlines links Prague to Beirut and Malta with twice-weekly and weekly services respectively – latter to compete with Air Malta.
Czech Airlines begins twice-weekly service between Prague and Skopje – increases to thrice-weekly from 28 June.
We had an interior shot of one of the 15 FTWAs sent in to this week’s competition, which has all the arches from the last two weeks of route launches (because we were in Krakow last week). Find out which airport sent it and whether the all-important exterior shot was good enough to win.
Czech Airlines begins services from the Czech Republic capital to Birmingham, Kazan, Odessa and Zagreb.
Croatia again welcomes new routes from over 20 airlines in 2016; airberlin, easyJet, Volotea and Transavia adding most new routes
The Croatian market is forecast to grow by around 15% this summer with many carriers launching new routes. We reveal the top 12 airlines and top 15 country markets and how they compare with last summer.
Czech Airlines begins a four times weekly operation between the two cities using its A319 fleet – will face competition from Finnair and Norwegian.
Moscow Sheremetyevo overtakes Domodedovo to become Russia’s busiest airport again; #1 airline Aeroflot grows by 8%
Not since 2005, when Moscow Domodedovo became the busiest airport in Russia, has Moscow Sheremetyevo been #1, but 2015 figures so far reveal it is on course to take top spot again. Carriers like long-serving Czech Airlines have helped – a good reason for another celebratory fire truck water arch we think!
The airline now links Prague to the Polish city with a thrice-weekly service – becomes second carrier to service Radom after airBaltic.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Icelandair celebrates 70 years of flying from Glasgow Airport, while Milan Bergamo celebrates one million passengers in August. More news also from Glasgow Airport, as well as from Newcastle Airport in Australia.