Articles Tagged ‘LGW’
AirAsia Group’s long haul low-cost airline is pulling out of its longest routes – to London and Paris in Europe – as well as the Indian market. But how has the London route fared compared with the airline’s new partner Malaysia Airlines? What developments have been seen in the Indian market? And what implications is […]
Turkish Airlines expands its UK operation with a daily Gatwick service from Istanbul Atatürk.
Vietnam Airlines now flies to anna.aero’s local airport London Gatwick – its fourth destination in Europe – from both Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, but how large does the airline estimate the Vietnam-UK market to be and how fast is it growing? And what market share does the airline expect to capture?
Vietnam Airlines now serves London Gatwick Airport from both Hanoi and Saigon.
easyJet and Ryanair can both claim to operate biggest low-cost base in Europe (depending on what is measured)
So which are the biggest low-cost airline bases in Europe? We rank them both in terms of destinations served and number of flights offered. Which other carriers apart from easyJet and Ryanair make it into the top 12? Which airport/airline combinations make it into only one of the two rankings?
UK leisure airline converts two Egyptian routes from charter to scheduled. Announces 14 new routes for summer 2012.
With more runway capacity to play with at Frankfurt, Lufthansa adds four new destinations to make it 159 in all this winter.
British Airways now flies to Mauritius from London Gatwick, having moved its flights from London Heathrow.
AirAsia X moves London service from Stansted to Gatwick; Osaka Kansai (second Japanese route) starting soon
AirAsia X has switched its London flights from Stansted to Gatwick, but what reason has it given? How much has the London – KL market been stimulated by the arrival of the low-cost long-haul airline, and what milestone will AirAsia X be celebrating next week?
Monarch and Ryanair enter London – Barcelona market; both airlines target current easyJet route monopolies
The UK – Barcelona market saw amazing growth between 1991 and 2007 but has since seen demand drop by almost 30% in just two years. Which carriers are still serving the market and which have cut routes in the last two years? And what’s happened to the Spanish carriers on the route?
Air Asia X now flies from Kuala Lumpur to London Gatwick Airport, having moved from Stansted.
Monarch Airlines now flies from London Gatwick Airport to Barcelona in Spain in competition with easyJet.