Articles Tagged ‘LYS’
Air France still dominant in French domestic market but easyJet, Volotea and newcomer Fly KISS all gaining ground slowly
We look back at the last decade and see how market shares have shifted in the French domestic market. Plus an analysis of the growth in traffic on the leading regional French domestic routes as LCCs have made their presence felt since 2008.
easyJet starts 12 new routes, including four to Krakow and three each to Gran Canaria and Berlin Schönefeld
Transavia France grows summer capacity by over 40%; operates almost 80 routes across three bases; Portugal now leading country market
Air France’s in-house LCC has seen significant growth this summer. We reveal the rate of network growth since its launch and which are the leading country markets in S16 and how they compare with S15.
Flybe links Lyon and Milan Malpensa to its new Hannover operation.
Blue Air adds 14 airports to network; 43% increase in weekly seat capacity; first airline to launch non-capital Romanian domestic links
anna.aero’s Assistant Editor Jonathan Ford recently went to Bucharest to meet Blue Air’s Revenue Management & Planning Director George Rizica. While there, Ford asked Rizica about what Blue Air looks for in an airport, and to find out why Wizz Air’s and Ryanair’s expansion in Romania helped push the carrier to grow more rapidly on […]
Lyon-Helsinki is “Skyscanner Unserved Route of the Week” with 31,000 searches ‒ will Norwegian or HOP! jump on it?
Skyscanner’s Travel Insight software shows that in the last year 31,000 potential travellers searched for flights between Lyon and Helsinki ‒ but the route is unserved. Looking at the likely operators, it could be a legacy carrier (HOP!/Air France) or LCC (Norwegian) as the potential capacity provider.
easyJet starts flights from 12 bases to 11 different destinations across Europe.
Despite having back-to-back meetings to discuss the next batch of route launches, the Budapest Airport Business Development team at the IATA Slot Conference in Hamburg had time to celebrate last week’s win. Find out which of this week’s 14 entries takes the prize home.
Air Canada begins service between Calgary and San Francisco, Montreal and Lyon, plus Toronto Pearson and Seoul Incheon – will all face competition.
Aeroflot adds four new domestic routes, and five new European sectors from four different Russian airports.
First time winner Inverness and second time winner and 2016 competition leaders Lisbon pose in front of some serious fire tender kit with their recent award wins. Find out which one of the 14 airports competing this week will be able to do the same this time next week.
Blue Air begins 14 routes across Europe from its Bacau, Bucharest, Cluj-Napoca, Constanta, Iasi and Turin bases – six face direct competition.