Articles Tagged ‘Lufthansa’
Aberdeen welcomes new routes from Aer Lingus, Azerbaijan Airlines, easyJet, Flybe and Lufthansa to Scotland in 2011
The UK’s 15th busiest airport (and Scotland’s third busiest) is growing at twice the UK average in 2011. Which regional airline operates most flights and serves most destinations? Which carrier offers most seats? And just how many carriers are competing on flights to Stavanger in Norway?
Brussels Airlines now serving over 20 destinations in Africa; Spain and Italy biggest capacity markets this summer
Belgium’s flag-carrier operates an unusual network focused on just two regions; Europe and Africa. Measured by ASKs, eight of its top 15 country markets are in Africa, but in what order? What fleet issues does the airline have and which Star Alliance partners allow it to sell seats to which US destinations?
Flybe axes two of three Frankfurt routes; still serving five German airports from across four UK airports
Flybe is axing two of its three routes to Germany’s busiest airports. We take a closer look at the competition it faces on these routes from Lufthansa. But, what other routes does Flybe operate from the UK to Germany and what competition (if any) does it face on these routes?
Gothenburg airports on track for best ever year; city prepares to welcome world’s airline schedulers to IATA conference
Gothenburg is one of Europe’s smaller cities to be served by two airports, but how have passenger numbers developed in recent years? Which are the biggest carriers at both airports and which are the busiest routes from Landvetter? Which routes should see significant growth in 2011?
Airlines are very good at promoting new routes but rather less forthcoming when it comes to dropping routes. We take a look at which routes Europe’s top three legacy airlines have considered surplus to requirements during the last 12 months and examine how much of this was down to competition.
49 routes started in the last week, eight of which were to the Spanish island Ibiza. But which two airlines launched the same US domestic route? Which Asian low-cost carrier continued expanding with its third international route? And how come there is a new link between Baku in Azerbaijan and Aberdeen in Scotland?
Having launched in February 2009, Lufthansa Italia will be no more after October. Which routes has it operated since it started and what competition does it currently face? Which route only started in March and which two routes will start in July? What role will Air Dolomiti now play in Lufthansa’s Italian plans?
Düsseldorf welcomes Eurovision Song Contest; 20 million passengers possible in 2011; airberlin adding six routes
Germany is hosting this week’s Eurovision Song Contest with many extra visitors passing through Düsseldorf’s airport. But how has the airport evolved during the last decade? Which are the leading country markets and which new routes have already started operating in 2011?
Competition grows between Lufthansa and airberlin; going head-to-head on 20 routes at both Munich and Düsseldorf
Germany’s two biggest airlines are increasingly stepping on each other’s toes. How do frequencies compare on the leading domestic routes and which major route does Lufthansa still have a monopoly on? On which routes from which airports do the two airlines now go head-to-head?
Because of its larger delivery of widebodies, Airbus won the March delivery race over Boeing, but how big is the European manufacturer’s lead for the year to date? Which airlines received aircraft from both manufacturers? And which airline received its first jet aircraft?
airberlin beats Lufthansa for late bookers on domestic flights; Lufthansa has lower fares for October
Following our lead story, how do airberlin and Lufthansa compare in terms of fares on Germany’s biggest domestic routes? What are average fares like for imminent travel and how much cheaper are they if booked six months in advance?
The German airline Lufthansa now flies from Munich to Antalya, Dublin, Malta and Palermo. In August, frequencies will increase to Italy and Malta.