Articles Tagged ‘IATA Slot Conference’
During the 141st IATA Slot Conference in Madrid this week, anna.aero caught up with IATA’s Head Worldwide Airport Slots Lara Maughan to discuss the challenges facing the Latin America region.
anna.aero World Tour 2017 continues: latest stop the 140th IATA Slot Conference in Kuala Lumpur – read our magazines for FREE here
Some of our data elves barely had time to unpack their suitcases before packing them all over again with freshly ironed shirts and clean underwear to leave for Kuala Lumpur to attend the 140th IATA Slot Conference. As usual, we printed our Show Daily magazines, full of all the show news – read them here […]
With the booth pub crawl now a firm networking fixture at Slots, delegates had a chance to talk route development and politics at the same time, as the US went to the polls during the event. Catch-up here with all the show news in anna.aero’s Show Dailies, printed live at the conference.
Atlanta-Tel Aviv is “Skyscanner Unserved Route of the Week” with 50,000 annual searches; time for Delta Air Lines to return?
Skyscanner’s Travel Insight software has revealed that in the last year 50,000 potential travellers searched for flights between Atlanta and Tel Aviv ‒ but the route is unserved! Will Delta Air Lines resume a route it abandoned in 2011 now that fuel prices are much lower?
With one of the best evening receptions on the route development circuit for some years, Hamburg Airport showed delegates at the 138th IATA Slot Conference just what great hosts they are. Catch-up here with all the show news in anna.aero’s Show Dailies, printed live at the event.
Vancouver Airport on track for 20 million passengers in 2015; Air France and Aeromexico are newest carriers as Air Canada dominates
Canada’s second busiest airport is growing by over 5% so far this year. We look at demand since 2000, the airport’s seasonality profile and which are the leading airlines and routes.
Find out all the show news from anna.aero’s Prague Dailies produced on site at IATA’s 135th Slot Conference, including all the pictures from the Welcome Reception.
Expanding horizons, expanding waistlines. Did you miss the on-stand goodies from last week’s 134th IATA Slot Conference in Abu Dhabi last week? Don’t worry, stuff yourself silly with our Arrivals and Departures flick-thru magazines here.
When it began at London Luton all those years ago, did those low-cost pioneers at easyJet comprehend that they would still be flying 18 years later and be one of Europe’s biggest airlines? anna.aero and airport friends pass on their best wishes to the big orange LCC which celebrated its birthday this month.
anna.aero went to the 132nd IATA Slots Conference in Copenhagen last week to produce two issues of our popular show dailies. Both are packed with the latest route planning news and gossip, and now fully available online.
Still not booked to go to next week’s IATA Slot Conference in Copenhagen? Check out our fares analysis!
With the 132nd IATA Slot Conference starting in just over a week, anna.aero takes a closer look at airline fares from 12 major European cities to Copenhagen. Despite being just a snapshot, the fare advantage of LCCs is still clear. SAS’ fares compare favourably with other legacy carriers on most routes.
Do you think you have got the wrist action to beat off some of your peers from the world’s airports and airlines attending the 132nd IATA Slots Conference in Copenhagen from 19 June? Read on to register for the fun in anna.aero and Copenhagen Airport’s co-hosted table football competition.