Articles Tagged ‘PMI’
Last time we looked at TUIfly was over seven years ago, 18 months after the airline had been created through the merger of Hapag-Lloyd Express and Hapagfly and 30% capacity culls were the order of the day. anna.aero takes a look to see how things have moved on since then.
It was 21 years ago on 15 December, that Iberia franchisee Air Nostrum took to the air with its first flight ‒ a Fokker 50 service between Valencia and Bilbao. The Spanish domestic market remains critical to the airline’s operations, as we look into its network today.
Transavia to open Munich base next March with four 737-800s; Lufthansa to compete on 14 of 16 new routes planned
Sure, you’ve heard the news that Transavia is opening a Munich base next March. But who will it be competing against, what will its start-up frequencies be, and what will the initial flying programme look like? anna.aero tells you the important stuff and doesn’t just recycle the press release.
Belgium sees Spain remain as its number one country market while Antwerp steals the show in terms of passenger growth
After seeing Jetairfly establish six new routes from its facility in April, Antwerp Airport has recorded passenger traffic growth of 60% for the first nine months of 2015. On the other side of the spectrum however, the outlook is not so promising for Liege. anna.aero takes a closer look to see how Belgium’s top five airports […]
Eurowings starts route #3 from Austrian capital to Palma de Mallorca – joining last week’s new routes to Barcelona and London Stansted.
Over 2,000 votes cast in W15/16 Cake of the Week competition Part I; Vote for the best Cake of the Week – 13 tasty treats from W15/16 Part II
With over 30% of the votes, Ohio’s Akron/Canton Airport saw off the challenge from 18 other global airports, many of which are much bigger than it, to claim the Cake of the Week W15/16 Public Vote Part I. 13 more airports do battle this week to secure the Part II title.
Istanbul Atatürk, Dallas Love Field and Osaka Kansai welcome winter network growth; Turkish Airlines, Southwest and Ryanair driving airport expansion
Part two of our global analysis of the start of the W15/16 season looks at which airports have seen the biggest net gain in new routes since last winter. We reveal the leading airports in Asia, Europe and North America.
Ryanair opens its Berlin Schönefeld base on 27 October and launches 15 new routes. Six other routes from five other bases also started this week.
Iberia Express grows by 8.4% from Madrid since last year; route count doubles since operations commenced
Since commencing operations four years ago, Iberia Express has gone from a low of 16 destinations being served in its first year of operations in 2012, to a grand total of 31 routes being served from Madrid this summer, with some routes making a reappearance since being dropped after the first season. anna.aero takes a […]
Thomson Airways planning over 20 new routes for S16; growing 787 fleet serving new long-haul markets; Croatia growing, Tunisia on hold
The UK’s third biggest airline carried over 10 million passengers in 2014. We look at the airline’s evolution and which are its busiest bases and most popular destinations. Plus a look at what’s coming in 2016.
Regional connectivity in Italy, Spain and Turkey analysed; winners and losers between 2009 and 2015 revealed
We recently looked at regional airport connectivity in France, Germany and the UK. Now it’s the turn of Italy, Spain and Turkey to be examined in more detail – the remainder of the FIGUST countries. We look at connections from 25 airports in these three countries to over 20 cities across Europe.
Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden Airport recently welcomed the addition of Turkish Airlines’ four times weekly service from Istanbul Atatürk, opening up nearly 250 connection options to passengers via the Star Alliance member’s hub, however Ryanair still dominates the German airport. Overall capacity is up 17% compared to last year, so anna.aero looks to see which carriers have grown […]