Articles Tagged ‘FCO’
Alitalia still shrinking this summer; capacity set to grow this winter but no new routes currently planned
Alitalia is still feeling the effects of last October’s closure of its Air One subsidiary. We reveal capacity changes at the airline’s top 15 airports this summer and see how this winter’s schedule compares with that of last winter.
Asiana Airlines competes head-to-head with Korean Air on almost 50 routes; Rome is newest route with Astana to launch on 8 August
Star Alliance carrier Asiana Airlines faces tough competition from its main Seoul Incheon base. We reveal the airline’s biggest routes as measured by ASKs, where it flies its A380s and what it’s doing in the domestic market.
Amsterdam Airport Schiphol welcomed the arrival of Xiamen Airlines inaugural service to Europe, and the carrier’s first long-haul service. anna.aero’s Assistant Editor Jonathan Ford was specially invited by the Dutch mega hub to attend this historic launch. See what it’s like to race a 787 from the end of the Polderbaan to the gate in what […]
Ryanair has been awarded a batch of slots at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol as the ULCC continues to move away from using secondary airports. If you had been reading anna.aero last October you would know that already. Now we tell you where the airline is going to fly and against who.
With 116 routes this summer, Austrian Airlines remains the dominant carrier of the 60 airlines serving Vienna this summer, however easyJet is planning to join the party on some of the Star Alliance carrier’s most popular routes. anna.aero looks to see how Austrian is shaping up as it gets ready for battle to commence.
Dubrovnik Airport on course to pass 1.6m passengers in 2015; UK still the biggest market despite Monarch Airlines shrinking by 57%
One of the main airports serving Croatia’s Adriatic Coast, Dubrovnik Airport is set to grow again this summer. With August schedules offering a 6.4% increase in weekly seats, anna.aero identifies the key players, and what new routes are still scheduled to start in 2015.
Asiana Airlines connects Seoul with Rome, competing with Alitalia and Korean Air.
Not only did Hong Kong Airport win the last Arch of Triumph weekly battle, but its score of 36.7 saw it swoop into joint second place overall with Portland in the 2015 competition. Meanwhile, 27 (yes that’s 27) airports from across the world are aiming to topple Hong Kong from that spot this week.
easyJet begins 30 weekly flights across 13 new routes. Pula is new destination.
easyJet’s fastest-growing airports revealed; London leads way with three German airports in top 15 for growth
easyJet is growing peak summer capacity by around 7%, but several leading country markets will see growth of more than 15%, with just one top 15 country market in decline. We reveal what’s going on at a country and airport level.
easyJet adds 10 routes to its expanding network from bases at Geneva, London Stansted, Newcastle, Porto, and Rome Fiumicino.
Alitalia starts Rome to Seoul operations – Korean Air competes, as will Asiana Airlines from 30 June.