Articles Tagged ‘Wizz Air’
anna.aero was delighted to receive a phone call from Kenny Jacobs, the new Chief Marketing Officer of Ryanair, to tell us he will personally lead Ryanair’s entry in “The Race To Find The Fastest Airline in the World” – the 12km race on Budapest Airport’s Runway 13R-31L in September, a charity event in aid of […]
Jet2.com Managing Director, Ian Doubtfire, has become the first airline boss to sign up to the challenge to race Wizz Air CEO József Váradi in a bid to win the title of “Fastest Airline Leader in the World” in the 12km running race taking place on Budapest Airport’s Runway 13R-31L in September.
Wizz Air adds Brussels Charleroi, Cologne Bonn, Frankfurt Hahn and Pars Beauvais routes.
Vote for the best Cake of the Week Part 2 – entries including Alitalia Prague to Milan Linate Ringo look-alike
Valencia Airport won the Cake of the Week Vote S14 Part 1 for Lufthansa’s Valencia to Frankfurt cake with a convincing win over the favourite – a Malta-London Gatwick cake for British Airways. There are 24 more cakes to choose from this week including an Alitalia Prague to Milan Linate cake which bears a striking […]
Wizz Air now links Belgrade to Larnaca, Vilnius to Kutaisi and Prague to Tel Aviv, using its A320s.
The world’s next great, must-be-at aviation event isn’t a conference or exhibition – it’s a 12km race which will take place on an active runway at Budapest Airport on 6 September in aid of child cancer charities and other good causes. Leaders from the world’s airlines, airports and other partners in the air transport community […]
After last week’s Austrian market analysis, this week anna.aero takes a closer look at developments in Poland — interestingly both markets are about the same size with 25 million passengers. In Austria, the country’s main airport still dominates, but the story is different in Poland, where regional airports have prospered.
London Luton Airport growth driven this summer by Wizz Air and Monarch Airlines; easyJet network up to 37 with new Venice service
Home to easyJet’s corporate headquarters, London’s fourth busiest airport should pass the 10-million passenger mark in 2014. We look at how the airport has developed in the last 15 years, which carriers are growing (and by how much) this summer, and which new services are currently expected to launch.
We have analysed our traffic and trends database for over 300 European airports to determine which were the fastest-growing airports in 2013, and also to see the growth (or otherwise) in passenger numbers across 43 countries in Europe (plus Morocco).
LinksAir makes Doncaster Sheffield base #4; 15 weekly departures from April as Belfast and Isle of Man get direct flights
LinksAir has announced plans this week to open its fourth base at Doncaster Sheffield, with one Jetstream 31. The regional airline is planning to operate a combined 15 weekly flights to both Belfast City and the Isle of Man airports from 11 and 14 April respectively. Read anna.aero’s investigation here.
Budapest Airport rewards partners for excellence in aviation development; KLM shows-off Route certificate; more celebrations at Denver, Lyon and Christchurch Airports
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Budapest Airport hosts an evening of recognition for its business partners, KLM shows-off their Route of the Week certificate and Denver Airport celebrates Aeromexico’s fifth anniversary. We also have news from Christchurch and Lyon airports.
Tel Aviv’s Ben Gurion Airport sees rapid growth in European services; easyJet and Wizz Air dominate new route launches in 2014
Passenger numbers at Tel Aviv’s main airport have soared by 30% in the last four years, driven by the appearance of not just LCCs, but also the arrival of several flag-carriers. We reveal the details of over 40 new services that will have launched between the beginning of 2009 and the end of 2014.