Articles Tagged ‘EBL’
Muscat-Tunis is “Skyscanner Unserved Route of the Week” ‒ nearly 30,000 searches; Oman Air’s next African addition??
Skyscanner’s Travel Insight software has shown that in the last 12 months nearly 30,000 potential travellers searched on the leading flight comparison site for flights between Muscat and Tunis ‒ but the route is unserved!? Surely a route menu omission to be filled by Oman Air or a tasty tempter for Tunisair?
Iraq Airways halves in size as flights to Saudi Arabia are suspended, but many bright spots remain in Iraq
Iraq is undoubtedly at the centre of a troubled region, which makes airline capacity hard to measure in terms of discernible trends, but no less dynamic than any other country market. Fortunately our data elves like a challenge, so we have taken a snapshot of the market in terms of top airlines, country markets and […]
Turkish Airlines introduces Iraqi service to Erbil from this regional operation.
Pegasus Airlines to face heavy competition in the Istanbul to Iraq market, as it commences new routes to Erbil and Baghdad.
Turkish Airlines adds to its existing double-daily Erbil operations from Istanbul Atatürk with a four times weekly service from Sabiha Gökçen.
Iraqi Airways starts its second and third routes in two weeks, this time adding two connections from Erbil to Manchester and Yerevan.
Iraqi Airways adds Erbil to its existing Baghdad and Sulaymaniyah services at London Gatwick, and a new connection to Berlin Tegel.
Zagrosjet commences its eighth and ninth destinations from Erbil.
Singapore shows-off Cake award; United’s ninth anniversary at Belfast; Belavia jets off to Enfidha from Minsk with charter flights; more news from Reus, Erbil and London Southend airports
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Singapore Airport shows-off Cake award, United Airlines celebrates ninth anniversary of New York Newark services at Belfast Airport, and Reus Airport welcomes this summer’s first charter service from Moscow Domodedovo. We also have news from Erbil, Enfidha and London Southend airports.
Iraqi Airways adds Vienna to its network with services from Baghdad, Erbil and Najaf.
Zagrosjet takes on Royal Jordanian, Iraqi Airways and Royal Falcon in serving the Erbil-Amman market.
Zagrosjet starts operations with a single A321 from Erbil. Initially serves Adana, Ankara, Beirut and Stockholm.