Articles Tagged ‘MXP’
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.
Stockholm Arlanda celebrates Cake prize; Milan Malpensa shows off Route award; Birmingham charity cycle ride; Peach welcomes passenger #3m, and; a trio of news stories from the world of Ryanair
Another bumper issue of Network Planning Community News, yet again boasting some of last week’s anna.aero award winners, passenger milestones being recorded, deals getting signed and other newsworthy events from our peers from around the world.
TWIN JET will grow weekly flights by 13.7% this September, when compared to same month last year, including starting new routes to places like Milan Malpensa to Toulouse. We also look at what points the French regional carrier has dropped in the last 12 months.
TWIN JET starts flights from Toulouse Airport in France to Milan Malpensa Airport in Italy.
Darwin Airline – ‘the Origins of a Network’ continues to evolve with new Cambridge and Leipzig bases
Darwin is no longer merely associated with famous English naturalists (who studied at Cambridge University) or that place right in the north of Australia, it is also a fast-expanding, Swiss-based regional airline that has grown by 165% in the last 12 months.
Darwin Airline launches Cambridge Airport to Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, Geneva Airport, Milan Malpensa Airport, Paris CDG Airport; plus, Leipzig/Halle Airport to Amsterdam Airport Schiphol and Paris CDG Airport.
Alitalia’s new CEO has an “Industrial Plan” for up to 40 new international routes in the next three years. We look at which routes the airline has already added this year, and what has happened to some of the domestic markets that it (and Air One) are no longer serving this summer.
WOW air launches seasonal services from Reykjavik/Keflavik Airport to Milan Malpensa Airport.