Articles Tagged ‘FUE’
Jet2.com’s expansion at Edinburgh for S16; awards for Bournemouth and Reykjavik/Keflavik and news from Amsterdam, Austin and Bristol
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Bournemouth Airport celebrates winning ‘Cake of the Week’ for the launch of services by Flybe, Air Canada lands in Austin from Toronto, Anadolujet lands in Adiyaman, Edinburgh unveils its new ‘Selfie’ centre piece, and Schiphol says a fond farewell to Jasper Spruit.
The first week of the 2015 ‘Arch of Triumph’ competition sees 12 entries from around the world, including two airports sending us two FTWAs each. The last weekly winners of 2014 – the firefighters from Fuerteventura – get the Airport Director to share in their glory.
Vueling starts its first international service from Fuerteventura, joining its existing three domestic routes.
A piece of precision German FTWA engineering beats over 250 global airports to secure the second ‘Arch of Triumph’ annual title. Fuerteventura wins the last weekly competition of 2014.
British Airways starts two new ski services to Grenoble and Friedrichshafen, as well as a winter sun route to Fuerteventura from Gatwick.
anna.aero’s data elves have been at it again, unearthing network development nuggets of route potential to bring you all some festive cheer. Our number-crunching, spreadsheet-loving helpers have come up with their top picks for Iberia Express’ next base, due to be operational in 2015 or 2016.
easyJet’s third aircraft at Hamburg allows it to start Geneva, Fuerteventura, Krakow and Lanzarote.
The UK remains the biggest European market in terms of passenger numbers at its airports. We look back at the monthly traffic trends over recent years, reveal which airports are growing fastest and which are the dynamic country markets driving growth.
Air Méditerranée starts France-Spain sunshine-seeking route; will face no competition on city pair.
Ryanair launches routes from 22 airports – only one is served at least daily.
Germania adds weekly flights to Fuerteventura, Funchal, Marsa Alam and Tenerife South.
New Ryanair’s CCO David O’Brien tells us the world’s most prolific starter of new routes will open “at least three new bases next year.” We identify the 10-most likely opportunities among the “primary” airports the upscaling, business-focused airline now favours.