Articles Tagged ‘HER’
Thessaloniki Airport’s traffic is up 8.1% in 2016; handling 43% more passengers than it did in 2012; expansion plans delayed
Thessaloniki Airport in Greece between January and November last year welcomed 5.62 million passengers, an increase of 8.1% when compared to the same period of 2015. We take a closer look at Thessaloniki’s traffic and airline developments, plus we delve deeper into the expansion issues of Greece’s third largest airport.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Air Arabia Maroc celebrates its five-year anniversary of flights between Cologne Bonn and Nador, while Nile Air is welcomed at Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen from Cairo. Finally Leeds Bradford and Newcastle airports welcome S17 expansion from Ryanair, while Georgian Airways commences charter flights between Tbilisi and Dammam.
Cobalt takes flight from Larnaca to Athens, Chania, Dublin, Heraklion, London Stansted, Manchester and Thessaloniki.
Jet2.com announces Birmingham base; anna.aero talks to Ian Doubtfire, Business Development Director, Jet2.com and Jet2holidays
Jet2.com has announced it will base four 737-800s at Birmingham Airport for S17, serving 15 destinations. Take a look to see which routes are starting, what carriers will be competing with the UK LCC, and what Mr Doubtfire has to say on the decision.
Ellinair begins service on three routes of which two connect to St. Petersburg, while the other links to Warsaw Chopin.
SunExpress Germany continues its network diversification; Italy in, Tunisia out; Egypt down; Bulgaria up
Advertised on SunExpress’ Facebook page, but not available to buy on its homepage is the Hamburg to Bodrum route. Confused? So are we. anna.aero takes a look at this unclassifiable airline to see where it is growing, and which markets have witnessed capacity culls this summer.
Last time we looked at TUIfly was over seven years ago, 18 months after the airline had been created through the merger of Hapag-Lloyd Express and Hapagfly and 30% capacity culls were the order of the day. anna.aero takes a look to see how things have moved on since then.
Thomson Airways planning over 20 new routes for S16; growing 787 fleet serving new long-haul markets; Croatia growing, Tunisia on hold
The UK’s third biggest airline carried over 10 million passengers in 2014. We look at the airline’s evolution and which are its busiest bases and most popular destinations. Plus a look at what’s coming in 2016.
Wizz Air has launched 16 new routes, including its first routes from Aberdeen, Billund, Bristol, Friedrichshafen, Nis and Reykjavik/Keflavik.
easyJet begins 30 weekly flights across 13 new routes. Pula is new destination.
Greek Grexit fears not impacting on growing summer demand for Greek destinations; volatility of non-European markets examined
We reveal which of 18 holiday airports around Europe can expect the most growth this summer. Plus we look at 15 years’ worth of data to various non-European destinations from the UK to highlight the volatility of some leisure markets.
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.