Articles Tagged ‘Wizz Air’
While Gran Canaria Airport has won Fire Truck Water Arch W14/15 Part I for the arrival of Lufthansa from Munich, with a convincing win over Riga’s masterpiece for Brussels Airlines from the European capital; this week has brought a total of eight more FTWAs to be evaluated by anna.aero readers. Keep voting!
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.
Wizz Air continues to expand European network from Bucharest to Basel and Nuremberg, from Sibiu to Dortmund, from Poprad to London Luton as well as from Szczecin to London Luton, using its A320s.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Frankfurt Airport celebrates with a cake ceremony the inaugural flight of Lufthansa to Marrakech, a sector added on 2 October.
Wizz Air adds new operations from Bucharest to Turin, from Budapest to Kutaisi and from Cluj-Napoca to Nuremberg with twice-weekly flights, using its A320s.
Stockholm Bromma firefighters display winner’s certificate; seven airports battle it out for Week 34 honours
After seven attempts, the world’s most prolific provider of Fire Truck Water Arches has finally secured its first ever ‘Arch of Triumph’ certificate for the fire station walls. Find out here who will be cracking open some of its world famous beers in celebration.
Taipei Taoyuan and Katowice airports show-off certificates for Tigerair Taiwan and Wizz Air respectively
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Qantas’ inaugural A380 service between Sydney Airport and Dallas/Fort Worth Airport and Birmingham Airport backs London Gatwick Airport’s expansion.
Wizz Air now links Katowice to Glasgow with twice-weekly flights, using its A320s.
Aer Lingus raced down Budapest Airport’s runway to take the title of “Fastest Airline in the World” beating other airlines, airports, and aviation enterprises from all over the world in the air transport industry’s annual charity race, “bud:runway run” organised by Budapest Airport, Nike, Wizz Air, and anna.aero.
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.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Wizz Air records 15 million passengers on a rolling 12-month basis, while London Luton Airport celebrates record breaking summer. We also have news from bud:runway run, Lappeenranta and Leeds Bradford airports.
Wizz Air now serves Dortmund with twice-weekly flights from Riga, using its A320s.