Articles Tagged ‘SAW’
MEB3 in Europe +360% since 2005: Emirates, Etihad Airways, Qatar Airways now serve 47 airports in 27 countries
With certain European airlines still grumbling about distorted competition from carriers in the Middle East, we take a closer look at the development of the MEB3 carriers on routes to Europe during the last decade.
Moscow Sheremetyevo hands out its Perfect Timing Awards while Emirates welcomes its first two-class A380
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, London Stansted Airport welcomes the arrival of Eurowings’ inaugural service from Vienna, while Routesonline celebrates a special 40th birthday. More news also from fastjet Zimbabwe as well as Puerto Plata, São Paulo Guarulhos and Bristol airports and from the 137th IATA Slot Conference.
Find out which airport wins this week’s Arch of Triumph as 2015 competition enters season finale period
The stakes could not be higher for the world’s airports, as the end of the 2015 Arch of Triumph competition enters its final phase. Las Vegas Airport gambled all its chips on this FTWA for Norwegian – but was it enough to win the weekly jackpot? Find out the results here.
Pegasus Airlines makes Ordu-Giresun domestic route #31 from its Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen hub.
anna.aero meets with Pegasus Airlines’ Sales VP, Emre Pekesen, at World Travel Market to discuss the carrier’s future growth
During this year’s World Travel Market in London, anna.aero’s Assistant Editor, Jonathan Ford, met with Pegasus Airlines’ Sales VP, Emre Pekesen. Topics discussed included the carrier’s growth, the capacity issues currently being seen at Istanbul’s two major airports and why the city’s new airport needs to come sooner rather than later.
Istanbul Atatürk, Dallas Love Field and Osaka Kansai welcome winter network growth; Turkish Airlines, Southwest and Ryanair driving airport expansion
Part two of our global analysis of the start of the W15/16 season looks at which airports have seen the biggest net gain in new routes since last winter. We reveal the leading airports in Asia, Europe and North America.
Dubai, Ryanair and China are the fastest growing airport, airline and country market entering W15/16
The northern hemisphere winter season has begun with the launch of dozens of new routes. anna.aero reveals which airports, airlines and country markets have seen the biggest volume increase in seat capacity this November compared with last November.
Mobilise your staff, fans and followers and win one of aviation’s most sought after awards – yes the public vote for the prestigious anna.aero Cake of the Week is back to herald the start of the W15/16 season. Rules? The airport with the most votes wins! Simple.
Turkish Airlines’ two Istanbul hubs both see the start of a new destination each – one in US and one in Iraq.
Borajet Airlines to face heavy competition in busy Turkey-Cologne Bonn market. Becomes fourth airline to offer services alongside germanwings, Pegasus Airlines and Turkish Airlines.
With an additional 200,000 extra seats a month more than its main ULCC rival in the east-west European market, Wizz Air has strengthened its lead as the number one airline in the trans-Europe battle by increasing seat capacity by nearly 19% year-on-year, while Ryanair settles for 16% growth.
Turkey’s airports on track to handle +180 million passengers in 2015 as Turkish Airlines and Pegasus Airlines continue to grow their networks
Passenger numbers are up 9% in Turkey so far this year. We look at how quickly the country’s air travel market has grown in recent years, and reveal which are the fastest-growing airports so far in 2015.