Articles Tagged ‘Ryanair’
Spanish airport traffic growing again; passenger numbers up 4% in 2014 as Jet2.com, Norwegian and Vueling drive growth
Spain’s airports are bouncing back after passenger numbers declined by 3.5% in 2013 (and 5% in 2012). We reveal which are the fastest-growing airports in the country and which airlines have seen the biggest increase in passenger numbers.
Greece gaining in popularity again for summer holidaymakers; Aegean Airlines and Ryanair help grow seat capacity by over 20%
After some difficult years Greece’s airports are looking set for a great summer with seat capacity up by over 10% at all of the top 15 airports. We reveal which airlines have been most responsible for this surge in capacity growth, and which smaller airport has possibly been helped by a star turn in a […]
Ryanair’s 11 million milestone at Manchester Airport; Memmingen Airport breaks through the five million barrier since 2007
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Ryanair celebrates 11 million passengers at Manchester Airport, while Memmingen Airport passes the magical five million passenger figure, since TUIfly launched the first commercial service from the German gateway in 2007.
Ryanair launches seasonal links between Glasgow Prestwick and Knock, and Paris and Figari.
France’s 18th busiest airport saw traffic grow 6% last year to over 645,000 passengers. But the loss of international services from CityJet, Ryanair and transavia.com in recent years means the airport is now looking to attract new carriers and routes. anna.aero recently visited the airport and region to find out more.
Basel-Mulhouse airport on the Swiss-French border has seen passenger growth of over 40% in the last three years. easyJet now has around 50% of all scheduled seat capacity and flies to almost 50 destinations this summer. We reveal the next busiest airlines at the airport, and some of the network changes taking place this summer.
Istanbul Atatürk and Zurich show-off awards; Thomas Cook Airlines’ brand new A321 at London Stansted; Ryanair’s tracker award at Bristol; Edelweiss Air’s Zurich to Edinburgh; more news from Ankara and Enfidha airports
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Istanbul Atatürk and Zurich airports show-off Cake awards, London Stansted Airport welcomes Thomas Cook Airlines’ brand new A321 in the new “Sunny Heart” livery, and Ryanair takes the cake in Bristol Airport’s tracker-keeping awards. We also have news from Ankara, Edinburgh and Enfidha airports.
Morocco’s airports see 2014 Q1 growth of 15.4%; easyJet and transavia.com France grow while Ryanair and Vueling shrink
Moroccan airport traffic has grown by more than 10% in nine of the last 11 months, but there are signs that this rate will slow this summer. We examine by how much the leading carriers have changed their international capacity to the country, and what new routes Royal Air Maroc has added recently.
Reykjavik/Keflavik forecasted to pass three million passengers in 2014; new airport charging scheme from November
Iceland’s busiest airport, Reykjavik/Keflavik, has managed to achieve impressive growth in recent years, following the local banking collapse and the volcanic eruption of Eyjafjallajökull. anna.aero takes a closer look at the airport’s recent activity and reveals how its seasonality profile has changed and how dominant the flag carrier is this summer.
Cologne Bonn welcomes Flybe and Aegean Airlines as traffic grows once more; Ryanair base to open in October
Cologne Bonn grew rapidly between 2002 and 2007 thanks to the development of the German LCC market. After several years of modest traffic reductions, passenger numbers are up once more as Norwegian, Ryanair and Wizz Air join germanwings in once again growing the LCC offering at the airport.
The four commercial airports serving the French island of Corsica saw total traffic grow by almost 8% last year, the highest rate of growth since 1998. We determine the seasonality scores of three of the four airports, and reveal which airlines are contributing to the island’s range of over 30 new services this summer.
Ryanair shock! More routes dropped this summer than added as focus shifts to major airports – bad news for secondary airports
To operate over 200 routes you have to be a pretty big airline. But to drop over 200 routes in a single year you can only be Ryanair. In previous years the ULCC has started more routes than it has dropped, but not this year. We dig deep into the numbers to see who the […]