Articles Tagged ‘Turkish Airlines’
Istanbul Atatürk and Zurich show-off awards; Thomas Cook Airlines’ brand new A321 at London Stansted; Ryanair’s tracker award at Bristol; Edelweiss Air’s Zurich to Edinburgh; more news from Ankara and Enfidha airports
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Istanbul Atatürk and Zurich airports show-off Cake awards, London Stansted Airport welcomes Thomas Cook Airlines’ brand new A321 in the new “Sunny Heart” livery, and Ryanair takes the cake in Bristol Airport’s tracker-keeping awards. We also have news from Ankara, Edinburgh and Enfidha airports.
Following a busy March, both Airbus and Boeing handed over fewer airframes in the fourth month of the year. However, both manufacturers recorded the strongest April since anna.aero started tracking aircraft deliveries in 2008, with the American producer leading this year’s delivery race by 24 units.
Turkish Airlines launches its sixth US destination to Boston and third in Algeria to Oran from Istanbul Atatürk. Brussels gets Sabiha Gökçen link.
Dresden displays its winning certificate from last week’s competition. Cambridge Airport wins this week, having sparked a heated debate in the anna.aero office in which our last remaining pieces of whole furniture where thrown about and broken.
Turkish Airlines increases the number of routes from Sabiha Gökçen to 37 by starting flights to Sarajevo.
Turkish Airlines adds Stavropol to Astrakhan to increase its Russian route portfolio.
Boeing delivers more units than Airbus for the third month in a row; Air Arabia receives 6000th A320 aircraft
While the 6000th A320 family aircraft was delivered in March, Airbus will have to add some power if it wants to catch up with its American counterpart, as Boeing is now leading the 2014 delivery race by 20 units.
Turkish Airlines expands its presence in Russia with thrice-weekly Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen-Astrakhan flights, utilising 737-800s.
Airbus and Boeing recorded the strongest February since anna.aero started tracking aircraft deliveries in 2008, with the American producer handing over 50 airframes, five more than its European counterpart.
Europe won last week’s ‘Arch of Triumph’ with the UK’s first ever win, find out this week if the region can pull away from Asia in the battle at the top of the table.
Turkish Airlines now links Rotterdam four times weekly with Istanbul.
Following a busy December, both Airbus and Boeing delivered significantly fewer aircraft in the first month of the year. However, January 2014 goes down in history as the busiest beginning to a year since anna.aero started monitoring aircraft deliveries in 2008.