Articles Tagged ‘FCO’
blu-express starts serving Albania from the Italian market.
Is this IAG’s way of helping to speed up Alitalia’s demise? Vueling’s decision to expand its Rome base to eight aircraft next summer and start 24 new routes, including seven domestic ones, is hardly good news for the embattled Italian flag-carrier. We track Vueling’s developments in Rome and see what competition the new routes will […]
Etihad Airways calls its acquisition of a 33.3% stake of Darwin Airline to create Etihad Regional a ‘step-change in global aviation’, however we prefer the more Darwinian phrase ‘natural selection’ as it seeks more feed onto its European services. anna.aero takes a look at the impact of this latest cash withdrawal from the Bank of […]
germanwings takes over Lufthansa’s Berlin routes to Bucharest, Nuremberg and Rome.
This November, easyJet, Europe’s third biggest airline in terms of passenger numbers, marks 18 years of operations. From inauspicious beginnings, it has become a major force in European air travel, and is arguably one of only two truly pan-European airlines. We take a closer look at the airline’s development and the evolution of its leading […]
Livingston starts flights from Rome Fiumicino Airport in Italy to Alghero Airport in Italy.
AirEuropa vs Iberia: My passenger numbers are bigger than yours…or are they? anna.aero investigates…
Who’s the biggest? It’s an argument that mankind has wrestled with since we evolved from apes. Airlines are no different. This week its AirEuropa claiming to be bigger than Iberia – anna.aero investigates.
Wizz Air Ukraine inaugurated four routes, linking Donetsk Airport with Milan Bergamo Airport, London Luton Airport, Memmingen Airport and Rome Fiumicino Airport.
easyJet starts flights from Rome Fiumicino Airport in Italy to Tel Aviv Airport in Israel.
eurolot introduces services from Rzeszów Airport to Paris Beauvais Tillé Airport and Rome Fiumicino Airport.
Norwegian starts flights from London Gatwick Airport in UK to Tenerife Sur Airport in Canary Islands and Rome Fiumicino in Italy.
Alitalia’s new CEO has an “Industrial Plan” for up to 40 new international routes in the next three years. We look at which routes the airline has already added this year, and what has happened to some of the domestic markets that it (and Air One) are no longer serving this summer.