Articles Tagged ‘RHO’
Norwegian makes a start on 737 flights from Edinburgh – but no 737 MAX operations yet.
Jet2.com launches multiple services to airports in Croatia, Greece, Italy and Spain.
Eurowings begins 19 new routes, including extra services from Berlin Tegel, Hamburg and Paderborn.
London Luton is easyJet’s fastest growing London airport; five new routes for 2017; some flights still cheaper than a pair of jeans
London Luton is the home of easyJet, starting operations with two leased 737-200s operating services initially to Edinburgh and Glasgow in 1995. Today Luton is the airline’s second largest London operation after London Gatwick. We take a closer look at the carrier’s development from its home airport, plus how its network has changed going into […]
Jet2.com announces Birmingham base; anna.aero talks to Ian Doubtfire, Business Development Director, Jet2.com and Jet2holidays
Jet2.com has announced it will base four 737-800s at Birmingham Airport for S17, serving 15 destinations. Take a look to see which routes are starting, what carriers will be competing with the UK LCC, and what Mr Doubtfire has to say on the decision.
Aegean Airlines begins service from Athens to both Eastern European airports – also adds Rhodes to Milan Malpensa route.
Ryanair adds three more UK connections to Reus, with Liverpool, Glasgow Prestwick and Bristol flights.
Transavia begins services on seven new routes – enters lucrative Paris to London market.
Transavia touches down in Vienna – its 39th destination from Paris Orly and its first in Austria. Destinations #40 and #41 – Rhodes and Split – also launched.
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.
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.
Hot on the heels of our Asian ANNIES awards we can now reveal the winners of this year’s Euro ANNIES in 10 airport and four airline awards. Airlines and airports in Greece and Turkey have something to celebrate, but Ryanair doesn’t.