Articles Tagged ‘LHR’
The oldest commercial carrier in Latin America, Avianca has been growing impressively in recent years, following the integration of TACA Airlines’ operations. As the Star Alliance member is now serving a total of 54 destinations worldwide, anna.aero investigates how dominant Avianca is at Bogota and which is its top country market this summer.
Included in this week’s bumper offering of 21 FTWAs are five from airports welcoming TAP Portugal, plus two, four tender FTWAs. It is also includes the first ever effort from one of the world’s most significant airports – London Heathrow – which might be an airport global leader, but how will it match up in […]
Following the introduction of Air Astana’s third weekly flight to London Heathrow, anna.aero was invited to attend a press briefing held in London last week. We got to talk to the Kazakh flag carrier’s President, Peter Foster about Air Astana’s mission, new route additions as well as its future fleet.
Airlines from around the world will be finalising their plans for new long-haul services as part of their annual planning cycle. anna.aero investigates where in the US British Airways may well be considering to launch in S15.
This week Qatar Airways became the latest carrier to serve Tokyo’s Haneda Airport, as the previously restricted downtown airport continues to throw open its doors to more international traffic. anna.aero investigates the shift in the airport’s traffic base in S14 compared to five years ago.
Romania’s sixth busiest airport has experienced massive growth in passenger traffic over the last few years as a result of TAROM opening its second base at the gateway in December 2012. With the flag carrier commencing two new routes from Iasi so far in 2014, anna.aero takes a closer look at the airport’s recent activity […]
30-Second Interview ─ Martin Modarelli, Commercial Director UK & Nordic Countries, LATAM Airlines Group
Following TAM Airlines’ entry into oneworld on 31 March, anna.aero was invited to attend a special drinks reception held in London last week. We got to talk to LATAM Airlines Group’s Commercial Director for UK and Nordic Countries, Martin Modarelli about the airline holding group’s plans for 2014, the current network planning strategy, as well […]
The start of the S14 season sees a lot of the world’s airports going the extra mile in terms of new route marketing — and that means lots of fire truck water arches (FTWA). This week, we give you, the reader, the chance to select the best of the 21 FTWAs we have been sent.
The first days of the 2014 summer timetable have brought almost 500 new routes to the world and almost as many tonnes of cakes. Use your vote to select your choice of the week for S14 Season Part 1.
Delta Air Lines connects Seattle-Tacoma, WA to San Francisco, CA and to London Heathrow with 41 weekly flights and daily services respectively.
Japan Airlines starts daily flights from Tokyo Haneda to Ho Chi Minh City and London Heathrow.
British Airways launches six new routes involving London City, Gatwick and Heathrow airports.