Articles Tagged ‘TRF’
The latest industry news from Asturias, Austin, Boise, Knock, Kuala Lumpur, Larnaca, London City, Milan Bergamo, Oslo Torp and more
Live music, yummy cakes, water arches and even… sizzling sausages make it into this week’s Network Planning Community News.
Ryanair expands with new routes from Tenerife Sur and Gran Canaria.
Wizz Air launches two routes from Belgrade Airport; adds new destinations to its offering from Katowice Airport, Skopje Airport and Tuzla Airport.
Düsseldorf Airport, Malta Airport, Warsaw Airport share big Euro ANNIE award for airline growth; Turkish airports also win big
There’s no voting for these awards, it all boils down to cold, hard facts and figures. Yes, the Euro ANNIEs are back for their fourth annual outing, and there are some fascinating winners. Nine awards, 11 winners (we can explain), spread across eight different countries.
Wizz Air inaugurates four new routes from Bucharest Airport;adds one destination to its respective networks from Budapest Airport, Gdansk Airport, Katowice Airport and Sofia Airport.
Ryanair launches 45 new routes across Europe; opens new bases in Chania and Kraków.
Largely sheltered from economic volatility by a flourishing oil industry in the area, Stavanger Airport fares better than most European airports. As the airport welcomes Wizz Air’s new service from Szczecin, anna.aero investigates its operation.
Wizz Air commences services from Gdansk to Ålesund; and operated its first ever flights from Szczecin in Poland, to Stavanger and Oslo Sandefjord.
Wizz Air commenced services from Lublin in eastern Poland to London Luton and Oslo Torp.
Norwegian now flies from Las Palmas on Gran Canaria to regional airports in the Nordic countries.
Which Chinese airport celebrates winning an anna.aero award? But which European airport has also had reasons to celebrate in the last week? And which Chinese carrier announced the first Canadian route from Chengdu?
Norwegian introduces seven new routes from six different Scandinavian bases. UK gets two new routes.