Articles Tagged ‘LGW’
The Moscow traffic of the booming Russian capital meant the easyJet CEO Carolyn McCall had to give a little bit longer than the standard 30-second interview when she talked to anna.aero on a bus to Moscow Domodedovo airport.
Largely sheltered from economic volatility by a flourishing oil industry in the area, Stavanger Airport fares better than most European airports. As the airport welcomes Wizz Air’s new service from Szczecin, anna.aero investigates its operation.
easyJet has launched its historic London Gatwick Airport-Moscow Domodedovo route. This is our on-site report from the launch from Gatwick and Moscow featuring a special anna.aero route launch cake – and a detailed anna.aero analysis of the London-Moscow air travel market which has seen passenger numbers double in the last decade.
Launched today with its very own logojet, anna.aero looks at the revenue performance of easyJet’s newest medium-haul route – London Gatwick to Moscow Domodedovo.
On 18 March, easyJet starts its revolutionary new London Gatwick-Moscow Domodedovo service. You can see as-it-happens coverage on the anna.aero twitter page (@annaaero #EZYMoscow), including photo coverage of the amazing anna.aero-baked and decorated route launch cake.
Iraqi Airways launches flights from Baghdad to London Gatwick after 23-year absence from the UK market.
Perhaps one of the most popular weekend break destinations from London, Barcelona will be served from all six London airports in summer 2013. As the market grows by a quarter in 2012, two new carriers step in with new services from London Gatwick.
British Airways returns to the London Gatwick to Barcelona market after over 3 years.
Manchester Airports Group buys London Stansted Airport – Monarch and Jet2.com on route shopping list?
Manchester Airport’s Group Ken O’Toole will be spending more time in London and Dublin following the sale of London Stansted from LHR Airports Ltd.
World’s airlines already announced over 900 routes for 2013; Barcelona Airport #1 in the world for new services
Despite the global economic malaise, 2012 was a record-breaking year for route development. In 2013, Ryanair and Southwest are amongst the airline “usual suspects” with the most additional services on their respective new routes list.
Monarch Airlines inaugurates six skiing routes to Germany and France.
easyJet launches four-weekly service from Newcastle to Amsterdam; adds seasonal services from London Southend to Geneva, and from London Gatwick to Turin.