Articles Tagged ‘TRD’

Tampere-Malaga is "Skyscanner Unserved Route of the Week" with over 16,000 searches; Finnair's next regional route??

Tampere-Malaga is “Skyscanner Unserved Route of the Week” with over 16,000 searches; Finnair’s next regional route??

Skyscanner’s Travel Insight software has shown that in the last year over 16,000 potential travellers searched on the leading flight comparison site for flights between Tampere and Malaga ‒ but the route is unserved!? With Finnair adding a Palma de Mallorca to Oulu service in S18, could this airport pair be the next route linking ‘little […]

Impact of Norwegian air passenger tax not yet discernible in airport passenger statistics; Oslo Gardermoen traffic up 4% in 2016

Impact of Norwegian air passenger tax not yet discernible in airport passenger statistics; Oslo Gardermoen traffic up 4% in 2016

The new government tax, introduced at the beginning of June, has yet to have a noticeable impact on traffic looking at monthly data for the top 10 airports. We reveal which airlines have grown (and shrunk) capacity in the Norwegian market this summer.

Arch of Triumph certificate and spacemen land in Narita

Arch of Triumph certificate and spacemen land in Narita

The #1 spot on the Arch of Triumph leaderboard has changed hands three times in recent weeks, as a glut of summer route launches heats up the 2015 competition – and it has happened again this week. Find out which of the 12 airports from across the world has scooped overall pole with this week’s […]


Norwegian adds a further three routes from Barcelona

Norwegian adds a further three routes from Barcelona

Norwegian launches its latest three routes from Barcelona to Dubrovnik, Stavanger, and Trondheim, all operated twice-weekly.

Norwegian grows by 16% in 2014; Oslo Gardermoen accounts for 21% of weekly departures

Norwegian grows by 16% in 2014; Oslo Gardermoen accounts for 21% of weekly departures

Founded on 22 January 1993 to take over the regional airline Braathens in western Norway, Norwegian has expanded considerably, becoming the third largest low-cost carrier in Europe (after Ryanair and easyJet). As the LCC is currently serving a total of 84 airports in 31 countries, anna.aero looks at Norwegian’s recent developments.

Oslo Gardermoen Airport reports 4% traffic growth in 2013; Emirates touches down from Dubai

Oslo Gardermoen Airport reports 4% traffic growth in 2013; Emirates touches down from Dubai

The main gateway to the capital of Norway, Oslo Gardermoen handled almost 23 million passengers in 2013 (a new record high). With a total of 33 airlines flying to 117 non-stop destinations, anna.aero takes a closer look at the airport’s recent activity, reveals its seasonality profile and how dominant SAS is this September.


Widerøe commences route #4 from Molde

Widerøe commences route #4 from Molde

Widerøe now connects Molde to Trondheim with nine weekly flights, using its Q300s.

Norwegian connects Canaries to Germany and Norway

Norwegian connects Canaries to Germany and Norway

Norwegian starts flights from Tenerife Sur Airport and Gran Canaria Airport in Canary Islands to Cologne Bonn Airport and Hamburg Airport in Germany and Trondheim Airport in Norway.

Mixed fortunes for Nordic airports; Oslo gets closer to dethroning Copenhagen as #1

Mixed fortunes for Nordic airports; Oslo gets closer to dethroning Copenhagen as #1

While in a considerably better shape than airports in other European regions, Nordic airports have had their fair share of traffic drops in the last two years. But as most airports recover their traffic, Norwegian’s growth is slowly changing the dynamics within the region.


SAS launches 10 seasonal routes; returns to Madrid from Stockholm Arlanda

SAS launches 10 seasonal routes; returns to Madrid from Stockholm Arlanda

SAS resumes services from Stockholm Arlanda Airport to Madrid Airport.

Norwegian launches six seasonal routes

Norwegian launches six seasonal routes

Norwegian inaugurates six new routes; adds second service to Sarajevo Airport.

Danish Air Transport doubles seats in five years

Danish Air Transport doubles seats in five years

DAT Dreamteam. These three people, husband and wife Kirsten (centre) and Jesper (right) Rungholm, who created the airline in 1989, along with MD, and now co-owner, Lars Høeg (left), have plotted a path for Danish Air Transport which has gradually seen it focus its scheduled activity on its home market of Denmark.