Articles Tagged ‘Monarch Airlines’
79 new airlines begin life in 2017; 25 go out of business – Europe has the highest number of start-ups, but also the most failures
Here at anna.aero we love the pioneering spirit which surrounds those brave individuals and organisations which take the momentous decision to start a new airline. Thanks to our data-munching friends at ch-aviation, we look at the types of carriers being launched, where they are beginning their fledgling existences and the best (and worst) locations to […]
Monarch Airlines has slipped into administration overnight, bringing to an end over 50 years of aviation history for this renowned UK holiday brand. We take a look at which airports will be feeling its loss the most in the UK and overseas.
Portugal leads European traffic growth in Q1 2017; Russia and Poland also reporting strong increases; Turkey starting to recover
With Portugal recording an average monthly increase in traffic for Q1 2017 of over 20%, it means that the country is the fastest-growing in Europe for that period. Along with Q1 analysis, we have also examined the 10 nations that have also posted Q2 2017 results to see how the growth has changed heading into […]
Monarch Airlines adds five new destinations for 2017; 13 new routes from five UK bases as Boeing 737 MAXs replace Airbus fleet by 2022
Monarch Airlines operates over 100 routes across five UK bases (Birmingham, Leeds Bradford, London Gatwick, London Luton and Manchester) with a fleet of 35 Airbus. We look at the airline’s growth, seasonality, current route network and future fleet plans.
Cluj-Napoca won three Arch of Triumph weekly titles in 2016 – two from anna.aero’s judges and one in the public vote – yet it has taken it until nearly July to get a win on the board this year. Find out which one of the 11 global airports has discovered the blueprint to the Romanian airport’s success.
Monarch Airlines starts four routes from its second biggest UK base – Naples, Rhodes, Split and Valencia.
UK-Spain market saw biggest growth in over 20 years in 2016; S17 seats up 11% as Jet2.com drives growth with Stansted and Birmingham bases
The UK-Spain market grew by 16% in 2016 to over 41 million passengers. In 2010 the number had dipped below 30 million. We reveal the top 15 airports in each country and their growth in 2016. Plus a look at the leading airlines in S17 and how fast they are growing.
Russia’s Sochi/Adler Airport not only won its first-ever Arch of Triumph award from the anna.aero judges two weeks ago, but it claimed the top of the leader board too. Will one of this week’s 13 entries topple the Russian leader from its lofty perch?
Monarch Airlines enters three new sectors in Croatia, Portugal and Sweden.
Following the recent additions of Brussels and Tel Aviv to Cobalt’s network, the airline’s new routes are coming thick and fast as it looks to include three more UK points in S17 to augment its three existing services to Birmingham, Manchester and London Stansted.
Emirates is rewarded by anna.aero for its new Fort Lauderdale connection while London Gatwick revels in ‘Cake Town’ win
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Malta passes five million passengers while London Gatwick, as well as showcasing its Cake of the Week win, unveils its new Head of Airline Relations. Finally OAG reveals the world’s most punctual airports and LCC of 2016.
Vienna’s passenger share of monthly traffic in Austria ranges between 73% and 88% due to ski demand; Linz and Klagenfurt declining fast
In 2015 over 27 million passengers travelled through the six largest airports in Austria, with Vienna welcoming a little over 83% of the nation’s passengers. However, the ski tourism industry in Austria greatly influences the passenger share throughout the year from the country’s capital. We take a closer look at Austria’s seasonality as a destination, […]