Articles Tagged ‘FRA’
Over the past five years, Air Canada has only reported seven months in which capacity declined when compared to the same month of the previous year. Over the past 12 months however, Air Canada has grown its largest hub by 6.6% in relation to seat capacity. anna.aero investigates how the airline’s most popular routes have […]
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Qatar Airways launches A350-900 services to Munich, while Hamburg Airport completes the first stage of construction of its new airfreight facility. More news also from Ponta Delgada, Frankfurt and Düsseldorf airports as well as bmi regional and Binter Canarias.
Getting a new route up and running gives an airport a special kind of buzz. Winning the Arch of Triumph competition is the icing on that celebratory cake – as it was at Liverpool. Find out who joins them on the leader board with the ultimate feel-good factor this week from the ten contending global […]
Lufthansa starts operations with its CityLine/Jump off-shoot to its 18th point in the US.
Lufthansa using CityLine/Jump off-shoot to add destinations at its Frankfurt base this winter; US accounts for six of top 10 routes by ASKs
This week, Lufthansa’s CityLine/Jump off-shoot began operations on behalf of the parent from Frankfurt to Tampa in Florida, using high-density configured A340-300s transferred from the mainline carrier’s fleet. anna.aero looks at what else is going on at the world’s sixth biggest carrier’s largest hub.
Iberia Express grows by 8.4% from Madrid since last year; route count doubles since operations commenced
Since commencing operations four years ago, Iberia Express has gone from a low of 16 destinations being served in its first year of operations in 2012, to a grand total of 31 routes being served from Madrid this summer, with some routes making a reappearance since being dropped after the first season. anna.aero takes a […]
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Birmingham Airport celebrates passing 10 million passengers in the past 12 months, while Beijing Capital Airlines commences its first long-haul charter programme to Copenhagen. More news also from Amsterdam, as well as Frankfurt, Glasgow and Newcastle airports, plus Ryanair.
Having recently launched services from Accra to Washington Dulles, Ghana’s capital has witnessed South African Airways increase seat capacity to the airport by 45%. However, the opposite is occurring at the rest of the airline’s top 12 airports. anna.aero looks to see how capacity has changed over the past 12 months ahead of September’s World […]
Best connected airline hubs by region revealed; global winner Turkish Airlines in Istanbul pulls away from Delta Air Lines in Atlanta
This week we reveal which are the top 12 airline hubs (in terms of destinations served) in seven different regions across the world. Regional winners include Aeromexico, Air China, Air New Zealand, Qatar Airways and Royal Air Maroc.
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.
Mexico City Airport is not served by any MEB3 or Asian carriers; on course to pass 38m passengers in 2015
Mexico’s biggest airport recorded its busiest ever year in 2014, handling over 34 million passengers. anna.aero looks at demand since 2005, the airport’s seasonality profile and which are the leading airlines and routes from the capital.
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.