Articles Tagged ‘Wizz Air’

Condor's great wedding; Finnair, Wizz Air help Santa; more stories from St Petersburg, Moscow Sheremetyevo, Friedrichshafen, Chengdu, Christchurch

Condor’s great wedding; Finnair, Wizz Air help Santa; more stories from St Petersburg, Moscow Sheremetyevo, Friedrichshafen, Chengdu, Christchurch

In this week’s portion of Network Planning Community News, anna.aero reports from Friedrichshafen where the anna.aero Cake of the Week Certificate has been spotted together with the man behind the great creation. But we also have news from St Petersburg, Moscow Sheremetyevo, Leeds/Bradford, Chengdu, Christchurch and many more.

Wizz Air launches new route from Budapest to Tel Aviv

Wizz Air launches new route from Budapest to Tel Aviv

Wizz Air commences thrice-weekly services from Budapest to Tel Aviv in competition with El Al.

Novosibirsk and Brussels Charleroi award passengers; Ukraine International celebrates in Amsterdam; Wizz Air signs a deal with Peel Airports

Novosibirsk and Brussels Charleroi award passengers; Ukraine International celebrates in Amsterdam; Wizz Air signs a deal with Peel Airports

In this week’s Network Planning Community News we report from Novosibirsk and Brussels Charleroi, which both reached significant landmarks, as well as from Amsterdam Schiphol, and two airports in the UK.


Aeroflot’s welcome to Miami; Eindhoven bakes cake for Wizz Air; 200,000 Lufthansa passengers at Moscow Vnukovo

Aeroflot’s welcome to Miami; Eindhoven bakes cake for Wizz Air; 200,000 Lufthansa passengers at Moscow Vnukovo

91 routes were launched this week around the world, but there were other celebrations as well, including the opening of new taxiway in Brisbane. But which airline’s route launch cake from last week has now reached us? And services from which German airports generated 200,000 passengers on Lufthansa to Moscow Vnukovo?

Wizz Air further expands its offering in Ljubljana and Skopje base

Wizz Air further expands its offering in Ljubljana and Skopje base

Wizz Air connects Ljubljana to London Luton and Skopje to Basel

Wizz Air launches Macedonian base in Skopje

Wizz Air launches Macedonian base in Skopje

Wizz Air now flies to Dortmund, Eindhoven, Malmo, Memmingen and Milan Bergamo from Skopje.


Dortmund gains Ryanair but loses easyJet services; Wizz Air is leading airline with 16 routes to Central Europe

Dortmund gains Ryanair but loses easyJet services; Wizz Air is leading airline with 16 routes to Central Europe

Famous for its football team and beers, Dortmund’s airport is home to several LCCs but not Lufthansa, at least not directly. Which are the airport’s leading routes and which new destinations is Ryanair adding in 2013? Which new destinations has Wizz Air started this year, and what has been easyJet’s history at the airport?

Macedonia to welcome flydubai and Wizz Air base

Macedonia to welcome flydubai and Wizz Air base

This month will be busy in Macedonia’s capital Skopje as the airport will welcome flydubai from Dubai and Wizz Air will establish a base. But when did the airport last have a based airline? Which is the biggest country market? And which airline serves Macedonia with the most capacity?

Wizz Air launches route to Georgia from Ukraine

Wizz Air launches route to Georgia from Ukraine

Wizz Air Ukraine now flies from Kiev Zhulyany Airport to Kutaisi in Georgia.


Milan Malpensa sees Air One and easyJet expand networks after Lufthansa Italia's closure last October

Milan Malpensa sees Air One and easyJet expand networks after Lufthansa Italia’s closure last October

Italy’s second busiest airport has seen plenty of changes in the last 15 years. When did traffic peak at the airport, which are the leading airlines and country markets, and which airlines have been busy launching new routes in the last 12 months. And which destinations does Alitalia still serve?

Wizz Air launches new routes from Romania and Bulgaria

Wizz Air launches new routes from Romania and Bulgaria

Wizz Air expands its route network in Romania, and adds Arad and Verona.

Grounding planes in winter improves profitability: The new network planning reality explored among Europe’s airlines

Grounding planes in winter improves profitability: The new network planning reality explored among Europe’s airlines

We all know about Ryanair grounding 80 aircraft last winter but by how much did other European LCCs cut their capacity between July 2011 and January 2012? How does this compare with the year before? And how much have Europe’s legacy carriers started to follow this behaviour?