Articles Tagged ‘SXF’
easyJet confirms 1,000th route, however airline is closing 32 airport pairs this winter; 28 destinations see capacity cuts
While easyJet is celebrating the announcement of its 1,000th route, anna.aero has decided to see which services have been cut to help free capacity for these new services. Jonathan Ford investigates which routes have been dropped and where the airline is reducing capacity this coming winter.
Jet2.com’s biggest base Manchester analysed; capacity set to grow 19% this year to 1.57 million one-way seats; Turkish market growing fast
With over 50,000 one-way seats during its peak weeks, Manchester Airport has worked its way to become Jet2.com’s biggest base – nearly double the size of the LCC’s next largest hub at Leeds Bradford. Marc Watkins analyses this +40-destination operation to reveal the areas of its recent growth, as well as its biggest routes and […]
Wizz Air announces second based A320 for Chisinau and five new routes; Air Moldova’s operation to remain over twice as big
Wizz Air confirmed on 5 July that it will base a second A320 in Chisinau and open routes to Brussels Charleroi, Copenhagen, Dortmund, Paris Beauvais and Memmingen. Jonathan Ford shows how the ULCC has developed from Chisinau in recent years and how its growth impacts Air Moldova’s market share.
easyJet starts new services from bases in France, Germany, Italy, Switzerland and the UK.
Germania commences nine new routes to Bulgaria, Greece and Turkey.
Wizz Air adds new destinations from its bases at Bucharest, Kiev Zhulyany and Vienna.
easyJet vs. Ryanair in the UK; low-level route duplication at shared hubs, Spanish sun routes see most competition
On 13 June Ryanair announced its plans to open a base at London Southend with three aircraft operating 13 routes from April 2019. Southend is already a base for easyJet. Nick Preston decided to take a look at how the two low-cost heavyweights compete at the eight UK airports they both already consider home.
In the lead up to the anna.aero-RABA Heathrow HubLAB Conference next month, we look at Heathrow’s underserved potential for routes to Europe. The top 25 European airports without services to Heathrow are identified, including five in Turkey and four each in Italy and Spain.
Germania begins European and African services from nine German bases.
Georgian Airways links Georgia’s capital to Barcelona, Berlin Schönefeld, Bratislava and Brussels.
Newcastle-Venice is “Skyscanner Unserved Route of the Week” with 90,000 searches; any of three potential carriers to take this on
In the last year, Skyscanner’s Travel Insight software has shown that nearly 90,000 potential travellers searched on the leading flight comparison site for flights between Newcastle and Venice ‒ but the city pair is unserved!? With easyJet and Ryanair big players in the Italian city already, and dominant in the UK-Venice market, will they take this […]
Germania set to offer 4.57 million scheduled seats in 2018; still multiple aircraft to be allocated to bases; Nuremberg and Düsseldorf top hubs
Germania is certainly on a growth spurt at the moment, growing from 1.31 million scheduled seats in 2014 to 4.57 million this year. Jonathan Ford explores the carrier’s planned operations for S18, which appears to show that at least five aircraft are still be scheduled in its summer programme.