Articles Tagged ‘Vueling’
Well we have been waiting for it for months, but finally IAG announced to the world LEVEL, its new low-cost long-haul airline to be based in Barcelona with two A330-200s from June. Initially serving four transatlantic routes, we take a look at capacity ‘levels’ of the competition in Spain and across Europe.
Europe’s PELOCO5 carriers drop almost 200 routes for S17; Ryanair and Vueling drop most, easyJet and Wizz Air fewest
Europe’s biggest LCCs are not afraid to drop underperforming routes. But some of them do it rather more than others, at least this summer. We look at some of the more notable route suspensions and compare the number of droppings with the number of routes started.
Ryanair, Turkish Airlines and American Airlines top S17 rankings for airline networks in comprehensive anna.aero analysis
We reveal the top 15 airlines this summer (S17 season) as measured by most routes operated, most country markets served and most airports served. Not surprisingly some airlines appear in all three categories, but can you guess which ones?
SAS to establish bases in London and Spain in order to compete with the likes of Ryanair, Norwegian and easyJet
SAS announced this week that it is planning to open new bases in London and Spain. anna.aero takes a closer look at the airline’s operations to the UK capital and Spain, and establishes what it thinks the airline is planning for its first non-Scandinavian bases.
Barcelona Airport traffic grows 26% since 2012 with it now handling 40+ million passengers a year; next battleground for low-cost long-haul
Barcelona Airport last year welcomed over 44 million passengers through its two terminals, an increase of 11% when compared to 2015. With such spectacular growth, and Norwegian and IAG preparing to battle it out in the low-cost long-haul market from the hub, we take a closer look to see why this Spanish hot-spot is getting […]
Airlines started 3,000+ new routes in 2016; Ryanair back on top beating easyJet and Wizz Air as Euro and US (U)LCCs dominate
We have analysed our New Route Database to reveal the startling statistics for 2016 – including whether Airbus or Boeing aircraft started more new routes. We reveal the top 20 airlines for new routes last year, and the top 15 country markets. We also look ahead to 2017 for which we already know about 1,150 […]
Ryanair gaining on British Airways as leading international airline from UK airports; Vueling more than doubles UK capacity in 2016
International seat capacity is up almost 10% from UK airports in 2016. We reveal the leading airlines and country markets and how much they have grown (or not) compared with 2015.
Vueling starts its second service from Rennes with London Gatwick connection.
Winning by over 250 votes, Cologne Bonn secured the Cake of the Week Public Vote Part II for its People’s Viennaline route launch cake, beating 15 other entries from around the world. Wunderbar!
Lille-Rome is “Skyscanner Unserved Route of the Week” with 25,000 annual searches; will Vueling or HOP! jump to it?
Skyscanner’s Travel Insight software has unearthed that in the last year 25,000 potential travellers hunted for flights between Lille and Rome ‒ but the route is unserved! There are four potential carriers which could make this route work – HOP!, Alitalia, Ryanair or Vueling – who will react first to this Skyscanner data?
Tenerife North wins Part I ‒ vote for the best of 16 W16/17 Fire Truck Water Arches Part II – get voting now
With 35%, 15% more than the second placed airport, Tenerife North scooped Part I of the W15/16 Public Vote. Its straight onto Part II, with 16 entries from around the world, including two new cargo routes, vying for the second opportunity to convince the public to vote for their Fire Truck Water Arch.
London Stansted wins Part I ‒ Vote for the best Cake of the Week Part II – choose the winner from 16 culinary creations at the start of W16/17
Narrowly beating the baseball stadium created in Tampa, London Stansted secured the Cake of the Week Public Vote Part I for its Atlasglobal route launch cake. 16 more entries have been received week, as more airports look to take Part II – yummy!