Articles Tagged ‘PRG’
Getting a new route up and running gives an airport a special kind of buzz. Winning the Arch of Triumph competition is the icing on that celebratory cake – as it was at Liverpool. Find out who joins them on the leader board with the ultimate feel-good factor this week from the ten contending global […]
Hainan Airlines begins non-stop flights between Beijing and Prague using 767s.
The airline now links Prague to the Polish city with a thrice-weekly service – becomes second carrier to service Radom after airBaltic.
With back-to-back wins, Asia’s airports have considerably narrowed the gap between themselves and the inter-regional league leaders Europe, with just two wins now separating the top two. Find out which Asian airport has done the business this week from the 10 competitors.
Czech Airlines launches services from Prague to Liverpool and Edinburgh, with services to the latter operating via Lodz in Poland – carrier also launches services to Rzeszow from the Scottish capital.
In this week’s Network Planning and Community News, Birmingham Airport welcomes the arrival of Hainan Airlines’ first charter flight from Beijing, while Ryanair announces base #74 in Gothenburg. More news from Boston, Bristol, Düsseldorf, Madrid, Montreal, Moscow Sheremetyevo and Prague airports.
This week’s winner sees this European hub take home its second ‘Arch of Triumph’ title, having previously won last year securing fourth spot overall in the process. Find out where it is placed in this year’s competition and just how it rated against the other nine airports entering this week.
Czech Airlines begins services from its Prague hub to five European airports – Athens, Kristiansand, Linköping, Växjö and Venice Marco Polo.
“I see change” said Michael Cawley to the 350 airport delegates at ACI EUROPE’s Annual Congress in Prague on 25 June. “You all now have open-neck shirts, and now it’s my turn to wear a tie,” observed the ex-Deputy CEO of Ryanair who is now the fully-suited Chairman of Fáilte Ireland, the Irish national tourism […]
Jet2.com launches 14 routes from six UK bases to Antalya in Turkey, Enfidah in Tunisia, Kefalonia in Greece, Split in Croatia, Malta, and Prague in the Czech Republic.
Czech Airlines adds twice-weekly flights from Prague to Stavanger and Porto, using its A319s.
The latest victim of a dynamic and unstable airline industry is Air Lituanica, which has ceased operations on 22 May. The first beneficiary of the airline’s demise is airBaltic, which has taken over four of Air Lituanica’s 10 ex-routes. anna.aero evaluates Air Lituanica’s network before it shut down operations.