Articles Tagged ‘easyJet’
Airbus and Boeing rack up the orders in Farnborough, however both are not performing to par in deliveries
Airbus and Boeing each had a successful year at the 2016 Farnborough Airshow last month, with both racking up the orders. However neither performed to the same level of July last year when it came to deliveries. Boeing extended its lead over Airbus in the 2016 delivery race to 93 units, while a total of […]
Bilbao set for record year; Vueling leading carrier serving over 20 destinations; Norwegian starts daily Barcelona service
Home to some iconic architecture, Bilbao in northern Spain should pass 4.5 million passengers this year. We reveal the leading airlines and routes in 2015 and look at how demand has developed in the last 20 years.
Leeds Bradford to gain links to four European capitals in W16/17; traffic up 26% since 2010; on track for 3.6 million passengers in 2016
Leeds Bradford for this upcoming winter season will welcome connections to the capitals of Germany, Lithuania, Poland and Slovakia, three of which will be flown by Ryanair. The airport has also welcomed two new carriers this summer. Last year the UK airport welcomed just over 3.4 million passengers, with 3.6 million expected this year.
Liverpool is easyJet’s second oldest base but only one new route added since 2013; 21 routes served this winter as flights up 10%
Liverpool was easyJet’s second ever base when it began flights there in late 1997. We reveal how the network has evolved in the last decade, which routes have been dropped and how much overlap there is with Ryanair’s operation at the same airport.
Münster/Osnabrück-Berlin is Skyscanner “Unserved Route of the Week” with 100,000 searches in the last year; airberlin to return or Ryanair revolution???
Skyscanner’s Travel Insight software has revealed that 100,000 potential passengers in the last 12 months searched for flights between Münster/Osnabrück and Berlin ‒ but the route is unserved. Will airberlin return on the sector?? Or will Ryanair make it its second German domestic service??
Seventh annual Euro ANNIES – Part II; Kjos he’s worth it again – Norwegian CEO loves his long-haul award
Kjos he’s worth it again. Well you now know one of the four airline winners in Part II of the Euro ANNIES awards, after last week’s airport awards in Part I. Will Germania, Iberia or Turkish Airlines secure back-to-back wins or will the prizes be soon gathering dust in the lobbies of new airlines like […]
The glory of winning the weekly Arch of Triumph certificate is beyond comparison for the inhabitants of airport fire stations around the world – as displayed here by Auckland Airport’s Brown Watch. Find out which of this week’s 17 combatants will secure the global accolade.
easyJet starts flights from 12 bases to 11 different destinations across Europe.
Anker in Athens: 300+ ACI EUROPE audience learns exactly how much low costs now dominate – and what they are doing next
We all know Europe’s LCCs have been the driving force behind traffic growth at Europe’s airports during the last decade. We reveal how their share of summer seat capacity across almost 30 major airports has evolved 2006-16.
German seat capacity up 8% this summer; Berlin Schönefeld, Cologne Bonn and Memmingen growing fast in 2016 thanks to LCCs
Europe’s second biggest air travel market looks set for a good summer. We reveal which airports have been growing (and shrinking) so far this year, and how the top 20 airlines in Germany are altering their capacity for S16 versus S15.
Tenerife South Airport on target for 10 million passengers in 2016; Ryanair is #1 airline serving 40 destinations; Polish market up 50%
Tenerife will shortly be hosting the 11th Routes Africa event. Its main airport is the second busiest in the Canary Islands. We reveal the top 12 airlines now, and those from 10 years ago. Plus the top 15 country markets and their trends.
Ryanair welcomes over 30 new aircraft in first four months of 2016; Airbus and Boeing deliver 106 units in April
The Irish carrier last month heralded the arrival of its 400th 737 from the North American manufacturer. After delivering 54 aircraft in March, Boeing has opened up a strong lead over its European counterpart of 53 units for the first four months of the 2016 delivery race.