Articles Tagged ‘HAM’
Switzerland’s second busiest airport handled 14 million passengers in 2013, growing by 3.9%. With a total of 50 airlines operating from the Swiss gateway to 44 countries within Europe, North America and the Middle East, anna.aero takes a closer look at the airport’s recent developments and reveals its top 12 airlines and destinations for S14.
40-something Air Malta continues to focus on inbound leisure traffic; next on Etihad’s shopping list?
On 1 April, Air Malta entered into its fifth decade, having been set up in 1974. Since then, the airline has focussed on delivering inbound tourists to the Mediterranean group of islands. anna.aero takes a look at the airline’s current network 40 years on.
After a World Cup semi-final exit, the Dutch are probably hungry for some good news. Fortunately for them, good news comes in orange packages, with easyJet planning to base three aircraft in Amsterdam next summer, anna.aero can exclusively reveal.
germanwings begins fourth German link to Zagreb and fifth German services to Rijeka and Zadar.
Pegasus Airlines makes Hamburg its eighth year-round (tenth during the peak season) destination in Germany.
Included in this week’s bumper offering of 21 FTWAs are five from airports welcoming TAP Portugal, plus two, four tender FTWAs. It is also includes the first ever effort from one of the world’s most significant airports – London Heathrow – which might be an airport global leader, but how will it match up in […]
easyJet started flights from three of its bases – Belfast International, Geneva and Hamburg – to sunshine destinations in UK, France, Spain and Croatia.
easyJet launches six routes from five different bases – but will they make any money?
Germania adds Rhodes to its network offer from Hamburg, starting weekly flights.
Following the opening of its Madrid base, Norwegian operates flights to Hamburg, Helsinki, Oslo Gardermoen, Stockholm Arlanda and Warsaw Chopin from the Spanish capital, utilising its 737-800s.
Aegean Airlines increases its based operations at Athens, Corfu, Rhodes, Heraklion and Thessaloniki with a combined total of 13 new links, utilising its A319s and A320s.
Lufthansa to germanwings transfer of routes nearing completion; 25 routes dropped but 47 added as capacity grows 1%
Lufthansa’s response to its short-haul profitability issues has been clear. Non-hub feeding routes will be transferred to germanwings, its lower cost subsidiary. We analyse how the airline group’s summer 2014 intra-European network compares with a year earlier, and reveals which of the airline group’s seven biggest airports has seen capacity cut.