Articles Tagged ‘Volotea’
Volotea adds flights to Greek airports from Bari Airport, Naples Airport and Palermo Airport. Also links Strasbourg Airport and Toulon Airport.
Growing by 6% in May and by 4% for the year to date, Biarritz Anglet Bayonne Airport, located less than 20 kilometres from the Spanish border, continues to post passengers statistics which are embarrassing most other major French Airports. With French Connect just over a week away, we investigate why this airport on France’s southwest […]
Volotea adds 11 new routes including three from Bordeaux Airport and two each from Ajaccio Airport, Florence Airport and Genoa Airport.
Aalborg Airport turns 75; Athens, Menorca, Palma de Mallorca and Riga show their cakes; Volotea and Ryanair celebrate passenger landmarks
In this week’s Network Planning Community News anna.aero brings you wonderful celebratory cakes from Menorca, Mallorca, Riga and Athens, as well as reports from all over Europe, including that from Aalborg Airport’s 75th anniversary celebration.
Volotea starts flights between Brest Airport and Bastia Airport and Ajaccio Airport; Toulouse Airport and Bastia Airport; Nantes Airport and Palermo Airport.
Serving the capital of the French island of Corsica, Ajaccio Napolean Bonaparte Airport, is the largest of the four international airports on the Mediterranean island. While the airport is showing steady growth, its extreme seasonality represents an annual challenge to the management.
LCC Volotea starts flights from Bastia and Ajaccio on the French island of Corsica.
Bordeaux becomes Volotea’s new base; easyJet’s Southend base turns one; Turkish Airlines grows in Birmingham; Jet2.com announces Eastern European expansion from East Midlands
Bordeaux becomes Volotea’s new base; easyJet’s Southend base turns one; Turkish Airlines grows in Birmingham and Ljubljana; Jet2.com announces Eastern European expansion from East Midlands
Volotea adds three new routes to Palermo, two to Catania in Sicily; adds two new French domestic routes.
Volotea commences flights from Verona to Bari; adds services from its Nantes base to both Grenoble and Tenerife Sur.
Winter-only flights and no domestic services (until next week) Grenoble-Isère Airport is almost a unique type of airport in France, if not Europe. It also dominated by UK airlines rather than French ones, with flights from nine UK airports and four British carriers.
Volotea’s arrival to the Nantes Atlantique Airport in June 2012, helped boost the airport’s route network significantly, and the growth to-date this year is just about to hit 10%. anna.aero examines, how the airport’s business has changed in effect, and what new routes will be launching soon.