Articles Tagged ‘Turkish Airlines’
Copenhagen loses Ryanair base, however the ULCC will be the third largest airline this winter; Emirates upgrades to A380
Ryanair recently announced that due to a fallout with Danish unions, it would move its one based 737-800 from Copenhagen to Kaunas. However even with the base closure, the ULCC will still be one of the airport’s largest airlines this winter, despite only starting operations from the facility in March. anna.aero looks into the planned […]
Located in Central Asia, Tajikistan’s wonders nestle in the Pamir Mountains, not far from the north-western section of the Himalayas. This makes it a great geographical location, centralised as it is between three of the vast BRIC economies of China, Russia and India. anna.aero looks to see how the country’s aviation industry has changed over the […]
Best connected airline hubs by region revealed; global winner Turkish Airlines in Istanbul pulls away from Delta Air Lines in Atlanta
This week we reveal which are the top 12 airline hubs (in terms of destinations served) in seven different regions across the world. Regional winners include Aeromexico, Air China, Air New Zealand, Qatar Airways and Royal Air Maroc.
Sudan is a nation full of history and geographical wonders, such as the River Nile, where the water flows from South Sudan through the country on its journey to Egypt and the Mediterranean Sea. The route is known for vast cargo and people movement, however anna.aero is not interested in the frequency of boats up […]
Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden Airport recently welcomed the addition of Turkish Airlines’ four times weekly service from Istanbul Atatürk, opening up nearly 250 connection options to passengers via the Star Alliance member’s hub, however Ryanair still dominates the German airport. Overall capacity is up 17% compared to last year, so anna.aero looks to see which carriers have grown […]
Turkish Airlines takes on Pegasus on Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen to Bahrain route.
Turkish Airlines adds to its existing double-daily Erbil operations from Istanbul Atatürk with a four times weekly service from Sabiha Gökçen.
Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden celebrates ‘Route of the Week’ while Malta accepts its ‘Cake of the Week’ award
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Ryanair celebrates turning 30, while Air Canada and Norwegian announce new 787 routes for 2016. More news also from Eastern Airways, Newcastle and Stuttgart airports.
This week’s winner sees this European hub take home its second ‘Arch of Triumph’ title, having previously won last year securing fourth spot overall in the process. Find out where it is placed in this year’s competition and just how it rated against the other nine airports entering this week.
Turkish Airlines begins flights to Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden its 14th destination in Germany. Also adds Ankara to Geneva seasonal service.
anna.aero’s Business Development Associate, Vlad Cristescu, was specially invited by Constanta Airport to attend Wizz Air’s first flight from London Luton on 12 June. Highlights of the celebrations included the traditional water arch salute and a cake cutting ceremony in the VIP Centre by airport, local tourism authority and ministry of transport officials.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Melbourne Airport revels in ‘Route of the Week’ win; Glasgow Airport celebrates ‘Cake of the Week’; Wizz Air marks 1,500 flights between London Luton and Varna; Kazan welcomes Pobeda from Sochi/Adler; Flybe branded Stobart Air commemorates a first birthday, and more.