Articles Tagged ‘Vueling’
Portugal reports double-digit growth again in 2015; Ryanair, easyJet, Transavia and Vueling key players with NIKI and Volotea new for S16
Faro, Lisbon and Porto airports handled over 36 million passengers in 2015. We look at growth over the last 20 years and reveal which carriers and country markets are the biggest in 2015 and how they compare with 2010. Plus a look at what’s coming in 2016.
The legacy carriers’ low costs – Lufthansa’s Eurowings, Air France-KLM’s Transavia, IAG’s Vueling: foreign bases, long-haul challenges
Europe’s three biggest legacy airline groupings each includes a fast-growing LCC with potential to play a key role in the future. We look at the history of these carriers and reveal where they are growing fastest this summer.
Porto Airport passes 8 million passenger mark in 2015; Turkish Airlines arrived while easyJet and Ryanair expanded their networks
Portugal’s second busiest airport reported impressive growth of 17% in 2015. We reveal the leading airlines and country markets at the airport and what new services are already planned for 2016. Plus which services are being suspended.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, London Gatwick unveils the latest part of its €2.6 billion transformation, while Thai AirAsia announces its next international service from Bangkok Don Mueang. More news also from St Petersburg and Abuja airports.
Vueling commences daily services between the two cities – will face direct competition from easyJet.
Intensified PELOCO5 competition – easyJet, Norwegian, Ryanair, Vueling and Wizz Air – 231 routes operated by at least two of them
Europe’s five big pan-European LCCs (the PELOCO5) now compete against each other on 44% more routes than they did two summers ago. We reveal the 17 routes on which three of them go head-to-head.
New airline route announcements and fascinating facts and figures we came across this week (2016 – week 1)
In a new feature we reveal what exciting route news and statistical trivia our data elves have come across during the last week while reading their e-mails (that’s short for elf-mails) and preparing this week’s stories.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, SriLankan Airlines retires its last A340, while Dublin celebrates a US preclearance passenger milestone. More news also from Lyon Airport.
anna.aero’s Assistant Editor, Jonathan Ford, recently met with Aeroporti di Roma’s Federico Scriboni, Route Development Manager-Europe, at the inaugural ceremony of China Southern Airlines’ Guangzhou-Wuhan-Rome Fiumicino route on 17 December. The main topic of discussion was about the expanding presence of Vueling, and how the carrier has helped further develop Fiumicino as a transit hub.
World’s airlines started over 3,100 new routes in 2015; easyJet, Ryanair, Vueling and Wizz Air take top four places for most new routes
We have analysed our New Route Database to reveal some statistics for 2015 including whether Airbus or Boeing aircraft started more new routes. We also look ahead to 2016 for which we already know about 1,100 planned new routes.
Bordeaux Airport hops over the five million passenger mark; anna.aero was there to share in the celebrations
On 8 December Bordeaux Airport celebrated its five millionth passenger of 2015, the first time it has reached that milestone. anna.aero was there to witness the celebrations and, of course, try some special cake.
Leak of the Week – EVA Air eyes-up Milan and Barcelona; Washington and Chicago also mooted; Delhi and Cebu to get connections too
After splashing the cash ($8bn) on 26 new wide-body aircraft in Seattle recently, EVA Air now has to find somewhere to fly them. New network points in Europe, US and India are expected to be announced soon – but anna.aero is giving you the heads-up first.