Articles Tagged ‘Ryanair’
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.
Aegean Airlines and Ryanair account for almost half of over 100 new routes at Greek airports this summer
With political instability in Egypt, this could be a surprisingly good summer for many Greek airports, as airlines launch new summer sun routes to ‘safe’ destinations. We reveal which airports and airlines have been busiest welcoming and launching new Greek services, and show how passenger numbers have developed since 2009.
Nearly 400 delegates from airports, airlines and key suppliers beat a path to the 10th French Connect conference in Bordeaux last weekend to talk routes, network and enjoy some of the world’s finest cuisine and wine. anna.aero was on hand to capture the news, take the trips, report on the seminars and of course sample […]
French aviation market to be discussed in detail in Bordeaux at French Connect this week; anna.aero will be “live”
The French market has outperformed its major European rivals in both 2011 and 2012. On the eve of the 10th French Connect, anna.aero takes a detailed look at the French market. We reveal which airports are growing fastest, which country markets are growing (and which are not), and which airlines are generating growth.
Ryanair links Brussels Charleroi Airport with Podgorica Airport in Montenegro with twice-weekly flights.