Articles Tagged ‘LGW’
Not only did Denver win its first ever Arch of Triumph certificate for the FTWA produced for the arrival of Lufthansa’s new Munich service, but it secured North America’s first win of 2016 in the process. Find out whether the region will add to its tally this week, as seven airports battle for supremacy.
Air Canada rouge begins daily service between Toronto Pearson and London Gatwick – faces direct competition from Air Transat and WestJet.
Air Canada rouge commenced services between Toronto Pearson and London Gatwick on 19 May. anna.aero was on hand to help celebrate the carrier’s new service at the London airport on 20 May, and of course produce a splendid route launch cake.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Nashville welcomes the arrival of United Airlines’ San Francisco service, while Bordeaux celebrates Iberia Express’ Madrid route. More news also from St. Petersburg, El Paso, Rome Fiumicino, Inverness, Biarritz, Leeds Bradford, London Gatwick and Bristol airports.
Norwegian increases its presence in transatlantic market with Copenhagen-Boston and London Gatwick-Oakland flights.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Singapore Airlines launches A350 operations to Amsterdam, while Delta Air Lines resumes seasonal services between Pittsburgh and Paris CDG. More news from Rome Fiumicino, Cork, Düsseldorf, Leeds Bradford, Izmir, Madrid and Punta Gorda airports.
It’s not often that we receive an FTWA from South America, indeed prior to this week we had received just three so far this year. Yet this week we have had five – the most of any region! See if any of these entries can emulate Quito Airport back in February which won its week […]
Vueling improves French capital city network, along with a London Gatwick link from Asturias.
anna.aero joins WestJet in celebrating first flight from London Gatwick to St. John’s in Newfoundland
Regardless of paying for his own flight, anna.aero’s very own Canadaphile Ralph Anker still flew on WestJet’s first 737-700 service from London Gatwick to St. John’s, along with 47 other passengers.
WestJet begins services to London Gatwick from six points in Canada – three routes already served by Air Transat.
British Airways launches four routes, one domestic, one European and two long-haul from two of its London bases.
WestJet helps stimulate UK-Canada seat capacity by 20% this summer; passenger numbers peaked in 2007 at 3.9 million
Can the UK-Canada market be stimulated by an LCC? WestJet hopes so as it launches six new routes to the UK, contributing to a big increase in seat capacity for this summer. We look at traffic trends since 1994 and exchange rates.