Articles Tagged ‘MXP’
Ural Airlines to fly nine return flights between 3 February and 3 March on Winter Olympics services from Adler/Sochi to Milan Malpensa.
Despite gaining access to Milan Linate last March, using its specially-painted aircraft, easyJet is a loser in the battle for the Italian domestic market. anna.aero takes a look at the dynamics in a near-60 million annual passenger market.
Russia’s sixth largest carrier, Ural Airlines has grown rapidly over recent years, serving a total of 97 routes in February 2014. As the airline’s traffic went up 25% last year, anna.aero investigates the carrier’s rapid expansion and its current network.
WOW air growing rapidly from Reykjavik/Keflavik Airport; ASKs up 61% in 2014 but Stockholm Arlanda is only new destination
Following the acquisition of Iceland Express’ operations in 2012, WOW air has visibly exploded, rapidly growing its European network from Reykjavik/Keflavik Airport. As the airline’s ASKs are expected to reach 1.6 billion in 2014, anna.aero investigates the LCC’s expansion and its S14 schedule.
Livingston fills Belle Air void with Tirana route launches to Bologna, Milan Malpensa and Verona.
Last week, easyjet announced a mix of 10 new business and leisure routes from base #23, Hamburg Airport. Find out whether anna.aero’s route predictions in September matched those revealed last week by the airline.
American Airlines commences multiple routes from Miami, FL; Los Angeles, CA; New York LaGuardia, NY; and Dallas/Fort Worth, TX.
blu-express starts serving Albania from the Italian market.
This November, easyJet, Europe’s third biggest airline in terms of passenger numbers, marks 18 years of operations. From inauspicious beginnings, it has become a major force in European air travel, and is arguably one of only two truly pan-European airlines. We take a closer look at the airline’s development and the evolution of its leading […]
easyJet growing fastest in UK, Switzerland and Italy; Luxembourg, Norway, Romania and Russia are newest country markets
easyJet’s capacity growth this summer is around the 2% mark, but that hasn’t stopped it adding four new countries to its network. We reveal which country markets are growing (and shrinking), and which airports have seen the biggest increase in flights this summer. We also show which routes are being “dropped” this winter.
germanwings starts flights from Berlin Tegel Airport and Hamburg Airport in Germany, replaces Lufthansa
Emirates launches two new services with Milan Malpensa Airport to New York JFK Airport; plus Dubai Airport to Clark Airport in the Philippines.