Articles Tagged ‘LGW’
Aircraft size is growing at Europe’s busiest airports; Heathrow passes 200-seat mark, but ranks only 27th in world
Runway capacity is an issue at many of Europe’s busiest airports. We analyse aircraft size data for the last decade and reveal which of Europe’s top 20 airports have seen the biggest growth in average aircraft size. We also reveal which two European airports beat Heathrow’s figure and which airports lead the global rankings.
WOW air growing rapidly from Reykjavik/Keflavik Airport; ASKs up 61% in 2014 but Stockholm Arlanda is only new destination
Following the acquisition of Iceland Express’ operations in 2012, WOW air has visibly exploded, rapidly growing its European network from Reykjavik/Keflavik Airport. As the airline’s ASKs are expected to reach 1.6 billion in 2014, anna.aero investigates the LCC’s expansion and its S14 schedule.
London Luton seems to have won the race against London Stansted and London Gatwick to secure new services from Atlasjet with flights to Antalya, Ercan, Istanbul and Izmir being mooted.
Budapest’s S14 capacity growth; Hamilton and Tampa show-off certificates; Marseille Airport’s first leisure flights from Seoul in April; Leeds Bradford’s capacity boost in 2014
Another busy week for Network Planning Community News, including S14 capacity growth at Budapest Airport, Hamilton and Tampa Airports showing-off their certificates, and other newsworthy events from our peers from around the world.
Currently serving regional destinations from Saudi Arabia with its all-A320 fleet, the LCC is evaluating flying to Europe in 2014 using A330s. The airline is also eyeing new routes in Iran and Morocco.
SWISS now flies from Geneva to London Gatwick in the UK; Oslo Gardermoen in Norway; Stockholm Arlanda and Gothenburg in Sweden.
Norwegian has carried 20 million passengers in the last 12 months, making it Europe’s third biggest LCC, but which airports will benefit most from the airline’s growth plans for S14? We examine the network changes in more detail and reveal which routes have been dropped, and which UK airport will no longer be welcoming any […]
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, anna.aero reports from Warsaw Airport as it passed the 10 million passenger milestone. We also have news from Leeds Bradford Airport, Lanzarote Airport and Newquay Airport.
This November, easyJet, Europe’s third biggest airline in terms of passenger numbers, marks 18 years of operations. From inauspicious beginnings, it has become a major force in European air travel, and is arguably one of only two truly pan-European airlines. We take a closer look at the airline’s development and the evolution of its leading […]
easyJet growing fastest in UK, Switzerland and Italy; Luxembourg, Norway, Romania and Russia are newest country markets
easyJet’s capacity growth this summer is around the 2% mark, but that hasn’t stopped it adding four new countries to its network. We reveal which country markets are growing (and shrinking), and which airports have seen the biggest increase in flights this summer. We also show which routes are being “dropped” this winter.
Ryanair starts 10 routes to seven countries.
Leak of the Week: anna.aero can exclusively reveal that Biman Bangladesh Airlines is looking to start Dhaka-Birmingham-New York JFK services from next April, adding to the UK regional airport’s recent long-haul successes with Air India and airblue.