Articles Tagged ‘TUIfly.com’
Düsseldorf welcomes Eurovision Song Contest; 20 million passengers possible in 2011; airberlin adding six routes
Germany is hosting this week’s Eurovision Song Contest with many extra visitors passing through Düsseldorf’s airport. But how has the airport evolved during the last decade? Which are the leading country markets and which new routes have already started operating in 2011?
The last week has been another busy week with 87 routes being launched by 27 of the world’s airlines. New routes have started in countries as varied as across 25 European countries as well as Canada, China, Dominican Republic, Kenya, Kyrgyzstan, Malaysia, Mexico, Morocco, Oman, Pakistan, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Syria, South Africa and the US.
germanwings’ new Hannover base launches with 16 routes; half of 75 weekly flights target airberlin monopoly routes
Lufthansa-owned Germanwings has just started its sixth German base at Hannover. Which routes will it be operating in competition with airberlin and how is it scheduling its aircraft? Which other airlines serve the airport?
Cologne Bonn doubled traffic in five years; LCCs dominate with 85% of capacity; long haul potential untapped
What difficulties was Cologne Bonn Airport faced with a decade ago and which airlines came to the rescue? Which airline has surrendered the majority of its routes to which other airline? Which airlines are now leading at the airport? And why is there potential for services to China?
Austria’s second biggest airport is a major gateway to the Alps. How has traffic developed in recent years and what have been the latest developments? Which major LCC has dropped five routes to the airport but is still the third biggest carrier?
Have LCCs stimulated traffic in the German domestic market? We look at traffic between Dresden and Leipzig, and various German airports to see how demand has developed in the last seven years.
Lufthansa is not as dominant in Germany as Air France is in France but it is more dominant than British Airways in the UK. Who are its biggest competitors on short-haul routes and what share do the ‘big 5′ have from Germany to various EU markets?
The start of September sees increased activity on the new route front. Nearly 30 new routes from 18 airlines covering Africa, Australia, Europe, India, Middle East, New Zealand, South America and the USA. Something for everyone.
Airlines are increasingly using their aircraft as flying billboards to promote a wide variety of events and products. This includes places and regions that they operate to. Now AirAsia X is promoting a potential future route.
A slightly quieter week but still over 20 new routes from the likes of airberlin, Allegiant Air, B&H Airlines, Carpatair, Cimber Sterling, easyJet, Jet2.com, Norwegian, Southwest, Transavia.com, TUIfly.com and Wind Jet. Next week we have over 100 new routes starting.
Nearly 40 new routes identified this week from airlines including Air Arabia Maroc, airberlin, AirTran, Allegiant Air, B&H Airlines, bmibaby, Cimber Sterling, easyJet, Finnair, Germania, Germanwings, Jet2.com, jetBlue, Oren Air, Transavia.com, TUIfly.com and US Airways.
Ground-breaking new routes this week from AirAsia X and Southwest (hello Minneapolis/St Paul) while there are also new services being started by AeroMexico, AirAsia, AirTran, Athens Airways, City Airline, TUIfly.com and Turkish Airlines.