Articles Tagged ‘Flybe’
The airport serving Middle Earth joins Christchurch to become only the second airport in New Zealand to have an Arch of Triumph certificate on its fire station walls. Find out which of this week’s three worldwide entries has racked up enough points to deliver the win for their airport.
Flybe starts the only service to the seat of the Netherlands government outside of London.
Since 2011, seven carriers have left the UK – Ireland market, however what has not changed during the past few years is Ryanair’s overall control of the country pair. anna.aero takes a look to see how one of the most dynamic markets in Europe has developed in recent years, including the continent’s number one city pair, […]
Norway traffic down 0.5 million; Oslo Gardermoen commands 47% of passengers as Ryanair is granted slots at country’s biggest airport
It was recently revealed by various sources that Ryanair had been granted four daily slots at Oslo Gardermoen for a thrice-daily service to London Stansted and a daily operation to Vilnius. Norway’s largest airport recorded a rise in traffic over the past 12 months of 1.6%, one of only a few airports in the nation to report […]
Taking place in the Lithuanian capital between 13 and 15 March, CONNECT 2016 is expected to attract over 50 airlines and 150 airports. As always, anna.aero will be there to produce its world famous conference magazines, and Chief Analyst Ralph Anker will also be leading a series of panel discussions, as well as giving his expertise overview […]
LOT Polish Airlines celebrates winning Route of the Week title for launch of services to Tokyo Narita
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, easyJet celebrates its 20-year anniversary of flights to Aberdeen, while Singapore Airlines announces services to Canberra and Wellington. More news also from Wizz Air, Flybe, Alaska Airlines, TAM Airlines, Airports Authority of India, London Luton, Manchester and St. Petersburg airports.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Aena shows off its Route of the Week award for its new Beijing Capital Airlines Hangzhou service and Budapest Airport reaches a passenger milestone with Ryanair. More news from Swedavia, Cairns Airport, All Nippon Airways, Flybe and U-FLY.
Ryanair announces base #77 at Belfast International with initial service to London Gatwick; five more routes promised
On 7 January, Ryanair announced that from 27 March it will open based operations at Belfast International with one 737-800 initially, with a further two to follow in October. The first route announced is a four times daily service to London Gatwick, a route that Aer Lingus will drop on the day prior to operations […]
Flybe will open its next base at Doncaster Sheffield yet its newest base at Bournemouth won’t be on next year’s route map
Flybe, the UK’s largest regional airline recently announced that it is to open its next base at Doncaster Sheffield Airport from March 2016. However, despite growth being seen in Northern England, down on the UK’s South Coast some bases have not gone quite to plan. anna.aero takes a closer look into the route structure of […]
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Doncaster Sheffield welcomes Flybe’s two aircraft base for S16, LOT Polish Airlines announces a six times weekly service to Košice next summer, and Caspian Airlines starts flights to Muscat. Plus other news from Stuttgart, Hannover, Berlin Tegel, Turin and Rome Fiumicino airports.
Chinese President Xi Jinping and British PM David Cameron announce direct link between Manchester and Beijing
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Air Malta and KLM inaugurate their code-share agreement, while Ryanair announces two new routes from Turin. More news also from London City, Naples, Miami, Cleveland Burke Lakefront and Iasi airports as well as from Monarch Airlines.
Mobilise your staff, fans and followers and win one of aviation’s most sought after awards – yes the public vote for the prestigious anna.aero Cake of the Week is back to herald the start of the W15/16 season. Rules? The airport with the most votes wins! Simple.