Articles Tagged ‘SXB’
Ryanair leads the way in terms of S17 route launches, with nearly 50 new airport pairs.
Fly KISS starts operations with multiple sector domestic and international routes across France and the UK.
Air France is still clinging on to having more than 50% of seats and frequencies at its main Paris CDG hub, despite the LCC onslaught. Seven years since our data elves last looked under the hood at the SkyTeam carrier’s biggest operations, they check the oil and kick the tyres again.
Volotea operates almost 200 routes; Europe’s youngest LCC adding A319s; Albania, Malta, Moldova, Portugal and UK new in S16
This niche LCC began operations in April 2012 and will this summer operate 183 routes, that’s 146 more than it does in winter. We highlight the airline’s extreme seasonality, its busiest airports and where it’s growing this summer.
Volotea begins two new domestic services to Toulouse and Nice from its Strasbourg base.
SunExpress begins its first flights to Italy – Milan Malpensa and Rome Fiumicino. Antalya and Strasbourg also now connected.
Volotea boosts operations at its third French base – as Strasbourg gains links to Figari, Olbia and Venice Marco Polo.
Volotea operating almost 150 routes this summer as capacity grows 30%; Athens is biggest of 14 new airports added to network in last year.
Europe’s equivalent of Allegiant Air likes to keep a low industry profile. But we reveal the airline’s busiest airports and routes this summer, and which new airports have been added to the airline’s all-717 operated network.
Just two weeks left of the 2014 ‘Arch of Triumph’ competition, will this offering challenge the leader board this week? It needs to average more than 8.725 per anna.aero judge in order to break inside the top 10.
Volotea begins its fourth domestic route from Strasbourg – with Marseille added to Bordeaux, Montpellier and Nantes.
Impact of Air France strike at French airports analysed; Paris CDG sees 12.3% drop in September traffic
We analyse August and September traffic data from French airports to reveal which suffered most as a result of the Air France strike. We also show which of the leading airlines in the French market are growing fastest this winter.
easyJet and Ryanair battle for #1 position for international services from French regional airports as Vueling and Volotea grow fast
Air France is only the fifth biggest airline at French regional airports for international services, beaten unexpectedly even by British Airways. easyJet and Ryanair share over one-third of the market as other LCCs report the fastest growth.