Articles Tagged ‘Sweden’
Airports in Croatia, Denmark, Greece, Ireland, Portugal and Spain reporting excellent growth so far in 2016
We analyse the growth trends across 20 European country markets to reveal the winners and losers so far in 2016. Can you guess the five country markets which are seeing traffic declines in the first half of this year?
Sweden sees 2% drop in September seat capacity driven by domestic cuts; Hong Kong becomes 49th country market as SAS launches flights
Sweden recently welcomed its 49th country market connection when SAS commenced its latest route between Stockholm Arlanda and Hong Kong. However the addition of an extra country market has not helped grow capacity from the Scandinavian nation. anna.aero delves into the country’s data to see where capacity has been gained and lost.
Airport traffic across Europe growing solidly in 2015; Ireland and Greece lead way with Nordic countries and Russia facing challenges
We’ve collected airport traffic data for 20 European countries and plotted the growth over the last 18/30 months. We reveal the winners and losers and illustrate the impact of the re-timing of Easter.
anna.aero’s Chief Analyst Ralph Anker (a good Norwegian surname apparently) was invited to make a presentation on “Key Trends In Aviation” at Avinor’s conference in Oslo this week. If you couldn’t make it to see the man himself present it, then at least take a look at the downloadable presentation, which contains material never previously […]
Swedish airports still growing as Norwegian’s long-haul flights from Stockholm Arlanda to JFK and Bangkok begin
Swedish airport traffic grew by 2% last year to almost 38 million passengers. We show how traffic has developed since 1996, and which are the largest carriers at Swedish airports. Norwegian, Ryanair and even Wizz Air all have a significant presence, but not easyJet. We look at what long-haul services are currently available from Stockholm. […]
Home to Sweden’s #4 charter airport, Norrköping was once the country’s fourth largest city too, thanks to the textile mills (now converted to trendy apartments) that forged its industrial heritage. anna.aero investigates how the city, and the airport serving it, are reinventing themselves after some tough years.
Less than three weeks after Denmark’s Cimber Sterling filed for bankruptcy, the turn has come to the Swedish sister airline Skyways, including its subsidiary City Airline. But which routes did the airline operate and on which of them did it face competition?
Nordic airports reporting solid growth in 2010-11; Keflavik, Gothenburg and Malmö all up more than 20% in May
Since last April’s volcanic incident, the major Nordic airports have (nearly) all reported solid, uninterrupted growth. But which airports reported the best year-on-year growth in May, and how did the region’s capital airports fare in 2010 compared with 2009 and 2008?
Gothenburg airports on track for best ever year; city prepares to welcome world’s airline schedulers to IATA conference
Gothenburg is one of Europe’s smaller cities to be served by two airports, but how have passenger numbers developed in recent years? Which are the biggest carriers at both airports and which are the busiest routes from Landvetter? Which routes should see significant growth in 2011?
Proving that some intra-European country markets are still anything but mature, we take a look at developments during the last year between Sweden and Lithuania. Which carriers have started, stopped and in some cases re-started services between these two northern European countries?
Scandinavian LCC Norwegian grew by 31% last year (measured by ASKs), and is now developing a network from Sweden’s second busiest airport. Which routes will it be offering from mid-June, what frequencies will they operate at and what competition will they face? And how fast is Gothenburg airport growing right now?
Skyways is under new ownership and expands its fleet with jet aircraft. But to which neighbour country will it launch three new routes? And from which regional Swedish airport will it launch services to continental Europe?