Articles Tagged ‘easyJet’
Etihad Regional (a.k.a. Darwin Airline) has issued a strongly worded statement criticising SWISS and parent company Lufthansa for a number of actions. We look in more detail at the network/competition issues to reveal what SWISS was (and was not) doing.
In the year when the UK finally decides where to build the next runway in London, we take a detailed look at the facts regarding operations and trends at Heathrow and Gatwick.
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.
anna.aero analysis reveals over 150 more routes were launched last year compared to 2013. Ryanair led with 134 new routes, while Airbus became the leading manufacturer of route launch aircraft. We also look ahead to 2015 for which we already know about over 1,000 new routes.
easyJet adds its third route from Aberdeen and begins Ireland’s only Iceland service.
Europeans prepare to hit the slopes this winter; easyJet #1 carrier for passengers heading for the Alps
Airports around the Alps are preparing for a busy period in the next few weeks. We reveal which airports will see the biggest change to their schedules and which new services will be started. Plus, which are the busiest airlines on the first Saturday in January across eight key airports.
Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Airport set for 15 million passengers this year; easyJet and Wizz Air help drive growth in Israeli market
Israel’s air travel market is dominated by Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Airport which has seen passenger traffic double in 12 years. We reveal the biggest and fastest-growing airlines and country markets and what new services are planned for 2015.
Far from being a stagnant mature market, the two FIGUST countries of Germany and Italy are still providing dynamic growth despite the continued economic gloom that persists in Europe. anna.aero reviews the big players, including newcomers like Meridiana in this heavyweight pairing.
A very densely populated country, the Netherlands is served by five commercial airports providing scheduled airline services, out of which Amsterdam commands 93% of total weekly capacity. In the first eight months of 2014, passenger numbers are up 4.6% when compared to 2012. anna.aero takes a closer look at the trends in demand at Dutch […]
Thomas Cook Airlines continues to right-size UK operations; Spain still #1 market, Manchester Airport is biggest base
The UK’s sixth largest carrier, Thomas Cook Airlines has seen its place in the market increasingly marginalised by the continued encroachment of LCCs. anna.aero analyses the extreme seasonality that the airline has to deal with and discovers its most important country markets.
Eurostar celebrates 20 years of London-Paris service with new trains; air travel demand cut by 55% from 1994 peak of four million
Once one of the world’s busiest air routes, the London-Paris market has been severely impacted by the launch in 1994 of Eurostar’s high-speed rail services. We reveal what happened to air travel demand in the last 20 years.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Cluj-Napoca Airport celebrates one million passengers in 2014, while Mahan Air lands at Beijing from Tehran. More news from Larnaca and Durban airports.