Articles Tagged ‘Ryanair’
Eindhoven Airport gains from new Ryanair, transavia.com and Wizz Air routes; new terminal expansion and hotel help
Not many European airports have managed double-digit growth in each of the last three years, but Eindhoven in the Netherlands has. Three of Europe’s biggest LCCs account for almost all commercial flights, and we highlight which have been the latest network additions.
World LCC route launches: Ryanair +200; over half of Indonesia AirAsia’s network new; Interjet drops no routes
It’s time for anna.aero’s annual network analysis of 32 of the world’s biggest LCCs to see which have started (and stopped) the most routes in the last 12 months. Ryanair retains the number one position in two categories, and every LCC analysed (except one) dropped at least one route in the last 12 months.
Lille Airport (+21.3%) leads French traffic growth of 1.3% in 2013; Air France still growing on domestic routes
With monthly traffic data available from 14 of the top 15 airports, we take a closer look at the latest developments in the French market. We reveal which which airports have been growing fastest, and which are having a tougher year. We also take a closer look at the leading French domestic routes, and what […]
Aberdeen wins Cake prize; Sydney sports Route award; Darwin finds cake photos; Hainan marks five-year connection; Air Lituanica gets a new plane; Yunnan holds first conference; and Ryanair confirms its return to Modlin
A busy week for Network Planning Community News, including some award winners showing-off their certificates, more cake and event photos from our peers from around the world.
Italian airport passenger numbers down 3.3% in first half of 2013; international routes show 1% growth
June 2013 saw Italian airports report their first combined year-on-year increase in passenger numbers since July 2012. We reveal which airports are growing fastest, and how each of the country’s leading airports is performing. Plus analysis of the Italian domestic market in which Volotea is growing quickly.
Szczecin bakes a cake; Comiso celebrates award for enterprise and the fledgling falcon sinks it talons into Budapest
Ryanair claims two thirds of this week’s Network Planning Community News as Szczecin bakes a cake to celebrate a Polish Ryanair milestone, Comiso Airport receives its anna.aero award for enterprise, and Hungary’s new flagship sets down in Budapest.
Comiso Airport is the new kid on the block in the Sicilian airport market as Ryanair starts the first of three planned routes. If three is a crowd, what does that make four airports competing for Sicily’s air travel demand?
Ryanair starts Rome Ciampino Airport to Comiso Airport in Sicily route.
This week anna.aero talked separately with both the Ryanair CEO, Michael O’Leary and the CFO and Deputy CEO, Howard Millar. We also did our own thorough analysis of Ryanair’s shifts in capacity to see which airports have been dropped and added (+21) in the last 12 months.
Jet2.com fastest-growing airline in Spain in June; airport traffic down 5.9% in 2013 H1 as Ryanair shrinks operations
As the summer holidays begin, many people in northern Europe will be heading for Spain to relax for a week or two. We examine how well Spain’s airports have performed so far this year and which of the leading carriers have increased their passenger numbers (and which have not).
Brussels and Jerez show their certificates; more news from Leeds Bradford, Southampton, Berlin Schoenefeld, Condor and London City
In this week’s portion of Network Planning Community News, Brussels and Jerez airports proudly show off their anna.aero Cake of the Week certificates. We also have news from Berlin Schoenefeld, Leeds Bradford, London City, Southampton and Condor Flugdienst.
The EU’s latest recruit is Croatia, becoming the 28th member on 1 July after nearly a 10-year wait. Despite five years of recession and over one in five being unemployed in the country, there is still optimism for growth across the country’s main airports. anna.aero delves deep into the reasons for this increased demand.