Articles Tagged ‘FCO’
Can you guess which of the seven commercial airports in London (we’re including London Oxford in this) is to gain the accolade of being the first to win an ‘Arch of Triumph’ award. Please don’t write in with the answers, just read on.
Reykjavik/Keflavik forecasted to pass three million passengers in 2014; new airport charging scheme from November
Iceland’s busiest airport, Reykjavik/Keflavik, has managed to achieve impressive growth in recent years, following the local banking collapse and the volcanic eruption of Eyjafjallajökull. anna.aero takes a closer look at the airport’s recent activity and reveals how its seasonality profile has changed and how dominant the flag carrier is this summer.
Zurich and Vienna’s awards; Skopje and Northeast Florida’s cakes; US Airways’ 10th anniversary at Glasgow; more news from Munich, Barcelona, Nuremberg, Hannover, Kosice and Leeds Bradford airports
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Zurich and Vienna airports show-off certificates; Skopje and Northeast Florida airports welcome Alitalia and Frontier Airlines respectively with two fantastic cakes; as well as Glasgow Airport celebrates US Airways’ 10th anniversary at the Scottish gateway. We also have news from Munich, Barcelona, Nuremberg, Hannover, Kosice and Leeds Bradford […]
Vueling launches its first domestic route from Fiumicino, adding to its nine international services.
Ryanair shock! More routes dropped this summer than added as focus shifts to major airports – bad news for secondary airports
To operate over 200 routes you have to be a pretty big airline. But to drop over 200 routes in a single year you can only be Ryanair. In previous years the ULCC has started more routes than it has dropped, but not this year. We dig deep into the numbers to see who the […]
There is a new world order. Although on the pitch Bayern Munich were given a football lesson last night, the city’s airport has given all its global peers a master class in producing a fine ‘Arch of Triumph’. Doncaster Sheffield shows off its winning certificate for last week’s win using water pistols.
Carpatair becomes scheduled airline #4 at Lublin Airport and Rome destination #5 for the Polish airport.
Vueling adds new routes from Barcelona, Brussels, Lyon, Malaga, Nantes, Rome, Seville and Warsaw.
SWISS launches four new routes from Geneva to Copenhagen, Lisbon, Rome Fiumicino and Heraklion, utilising a mixed fleet of A319s and A320s.
Hamburg base leads the way with three new routes, along with a brace from Basel and Rome Fiumicino airports.
Düsseldorf Airport and Pegasus Airlines show certificates; Budapest welcomes UP from Tel Aviv; Zurich celebrates Air France’s 1st A318 landing; more news from Toronto Pearson, Berlin Schönefeld, Bristol, Rome Fiumicino and Warsaw Chopin airports
A busy week for Network Planning Community News, including Düsseldorf Airport and Pegasus Airlines showing-off their certificates, El Al’s LCC subsidiary – UP touching down at Budapest Airport, as well as Zurich Airport celebrating the arrival of Air France’s first A318. We also have newsworthy events from our peers from around the world.
Vueling commences one domestic and two international routes in Spain.