Articles Tagged ‘Vueling’
In this week’s Network Planning Community News London Airport in south-western Ontario celebrates the arrival of United Airlines from New York Newark with a fantastic cake and the traditional water arch salute, while SeaPort Airlines adds two new links from Tupelo Airport. More news from Brussels, Moscow Domodedovo, Munich, Belfast City, Bristol and Southampton airports.
Vueling starts flights on Rome-Marseille; easyJet and Alitalia to enter the fray later in the month.
Greek airports have welcomed a significant increase in tourists this summer. Passenger numbers are up by well over 10% at nearly all airports and many new routes have been launched. We reveal which airlines and country markets have grown fastest.
Vueling starts ‘sleep-over’ operations at Turin, along with links to Genoa and Reggio, all from Rome Fiumicino.
Ryanair’s return to Prague Airport helps boost Czech Republic traffic; easyJet and Vueling make it six carriers serving Rome
Prague Airport dominates air traffic in the Czech Republic. Passenger numbers grew rapidly between 1995 and 2008, but since then things have developed more slowly as we reveal with our look at the leading routes and airlines serving the market.
easyJet, Norwegian, Ryanair, Vueling and Wizz Air’s “lonely” airports revealed; opportunities identified for future LCC growth
Europe’s biggest multi-base LCCs like to link destinations to as many airports as possible, but sometimes they operate just a single year-round route to an airport. We reveal which airports they are for Europe’s five biggest pan-European LCCs.
Dresden Airport sees traffic decline of 7%; Etihad Regional arrives with Amsterdam and Zurich services
Covering a catchment area that extends to three countries (Germany, Czech Republic and Poland), Dresden Airport handled 1.8 million passengers in 2013. With a total of 13 carriers operating to 23 non-stop destinations, anna.aero takes a closer look at the airport’s recent activity and reveals how dominant Lufthansa is this September.
Finnish market close to 20 million passengers in 2014; Finnair commands 58% of weekly international seats
Finnish airports achieved over 19 million passengers last year, decreasing by a modest 0.4% since we last looked at this market three years ago. With Helsinki Airport offering 80% of traffic in 2013 and Sweden being the top international country this summer, anna.aero investigates how the Finnish market is evolving.
Palma de Mallorca looking to smaller markets to drive growth; airberlin and Ryanair account for over 40% of traffic
Spain’s third busiest airport handled over 22 million passengers last year. German and UK tourist traffic accounts for over 55% of demand, but the biggest growth has been coming from smaller country markets. Locally-based Air Europa ranks as the leading Spanish carrier in third place.
Vueling starts routes #5 and #6 from Catania with Ibiza and Palma de Mallorca launches.
40-something Air Malta continues to focus on inbound leisure traffic; next on Etihad’s shopping list?
On 1 April, Air Malta entered into its fifth decade, having been set up in 1974. Since then, the airline has focussed on delivering inbound tourists to the Mediterranean group of islands. anna.aero takes a look at the airline’s current network 40 years on.
Airbus and Boeing recorded strongest June since anna.aero started tracking aircraft deliveries in 2008, with the American producer handing over 71 airframes, 16 more than its European counterpart. Airbus will have to add some power if it wants to catch up with Boeing, which leads the 2014 delivery race by 39 units.