Malmo Aviation launches twice-weekly flights from Umea to Prague.
Eastern Airways’ Newcastle to Birmingham route turns 10; Prague party for airline partnership deal; Scandinavian route launch cakes from Budapest; A resignation letter cake from London Stansted;
Route anniversaries, airline deal celebrations, route launch cakes and the best way to resign (as far as anna.aero is concerned) – by using a cake! All of this is included in this week’s round-up of news from the network planning community.
Helsinki boasts six new routes from Norwegian. Copenhagen, Karlstad and Stockholm get one each.
SAS inaugurates flights from Copenhagen to San Francisco, CA; adds Prague and Paris CDG from Helsinki.
Czech Airlines inaugurated its 11th Russian route; launched nine-weekly Zürich service and four-weekly Nice.
Darwin Airline starts flying from Prague to Florence.
easyJet inaugurates nine new routes including four-weekly flights from Manchester to Moscow Domodedovo.
SAS launches a total of five new routes from its hubs at Copenhagen, Oslo and Stockholm Arlanda.
Ukraine International Airlines adds seven new routes from Kiev Borispol; adds flights to Tel Aviv from both Odessa and Donetsk
Ukraine International Airlines inaugurates seven European routes from Kiev Borispol Airport; launches flights from both Odessa and Donetsk to Tel Aviv.
easyJet launches flights from Rome Fiumicino to Milan Linate in competition with Alitalia; inaugurates services from Edinburgh to Reykjavik, Copenhagen, Hamburg, Prague and Berlin Schönefeld.
Czech Airlines’ Berlin service turns 65; Ryanair celebrates 1.5 million passengers in Bydgoszcz and 200,000 in Växjö Småland
In this week’s portion of Network Planning Community News, anna.aero reports from Berlin where the 65th anniversary of Czech Airlines’ Prague service was celebrated, as well as from Bydgoszcz and Växjö Småland.