Articles Tagged ‘LPL’
With back-to-back wins, Asia’s airports have considerably narrowed the gap between themselves and the inter-regional league leaders Europe, with just two wins now separating the top two. Find out which Asian airport has done the business this week from the 10 competitors.
Czech Airlines launches services from Prague to Liverpool and Edinburgh, with services to the latter operating via Lodz in Poland – carrier also launches services to Rzeszow from the Scottish capital.
Regional connectivity in France, Germany and the UK revisited; winners and losers between 2009 and 2015 revealed
We take another look at how well connected the biggest regional airports in three major European markets are to major cities across Europe. We reveal which routes have been gained (plenty) and which have been lost (a few).
Wizz Air now links Riga to Liverpool, Lübeck and Stavanger, as well as Vilnius to Belfast International, Frankfurt Hahn and Malmö using its A320s.
easyJet’s London Luton, Milan Malpensa and Liverpool bases all benefit from additional S15 services.
With nearly 4,200 votes cast, it was a close-run thing, but Tampa in the US saw off a fierce challenge from New Zealand’s Wellington Airport to win Part I of anna.aero’s legendary Cake of the Week public vote. Vote for your favourite baked treat – including this offering from Amsterdam ‒ here in the S15 […]
Blue Air now links Bacau to Liverpool with twice-weekly flights, using its 737-400s.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Cebu Airport welcomes the arrival of Mandarin Airlines first charter flight from Kaohsiung, and Athens Airport holds a press conference celebrating Blue Air’s new route from Larnaca. More news from Thai AirAsia X, Perth, Southampton, London Stansted and Munich airports.
Flybe resumes its Belfast City to Liverpool link after a three-year hiatus; no direct competition.
Blue Air celebrates 10th anniversary with new route to Liverpool; Romanian LCC faces stiff competition from Wizz Air and TAROM
Romania’s very own LCC Blue Air has reached a major milestone, 10 years of flights. We look at what competition the airline faces on its busiest routes, its newest routes and some of the routes that have proved less than successful.
Blue Air now connects Bucharest to Liverpool with thrice-weekly flights, using 737-400s.
A piece of precision German FTWA engineering beats over 250 global airports to secure the second ‘Arch of Triumph’ annual title. Fuerteventura wins the last weekly competition of 2014.