Articles Tagged ‘WRO’
Warsaw Chopin H1 2017 traffic up 25%; LOT Polish Airlines seeing double-digit growth in seat capacity; Ural Airlines newest carrier
Warsaw Chopin is currently witnessing a phenomenal level of growth, with the airport for the first six months of this year handling 6.98 million passengers. anna.aero investigates how traffic has accelerated in recent years, and which routes are performing best from the Polish capital’s main airport.
Ryanair has a quiet week – introduces 31 new routes between 31 October and 5 November.
Wizz Air links Budapest, Katowice, Vilnius and Wroclaw to Agadir – also launches two routes to Eilat Ovda.
There can be no greater addition to your airport fire station walls than an anna.aero Arch of Triumph certificate. Even better than that is knowing that the public helped you win ‒ yes its Part I of the W17/18 Fire Truck Water Arch vote. You get to decide the best of the 20 entries from […]
The biggest new route cake in Riga Airport history (it weighed 16kg and measured 1m x 1m) is just one of the 28 entries in the W17/18 Part I Cake of the Week competition. And yes you, the humble anna.aero reader, has the chance to select which one of these baked beauties scoops this top […]
Ryanair commences services on 83 new routes in two days across 29 and 30 October.
SWISS begins a three times weekly link between Zurich and Wroclaw.
Wizz Air begins flights from Prague and Wroclaw to Reykjavik/Keflavik – both served twice-weekly.
Alicante elated with Arch of Triumph victory as another airport climbs to the top of the 2017 leader board
This week Alicante has celebrated winning the Arch of Triumph competition for the FTWA that has placed it second in the overall competition for 2017. However, one week on from its victory and it has already dropped to third due to the wonder that anna.aero’s judges have been sent this week from another European airport. […]
After a two-year hiatus Wizz Air returns to Lviv with twice-weekly flights from Wroclaw.
Ryanair adds another 37 routes to its growing network, including most importantly, four from new base Frankfurt.
Ryanair is pushing eastward launching four new services from Kiev Boryspil and seven more from Lviv. We take a look at how the arrival of Europe’s biggest airline will shake-up the Ukrainian market and try to gauge just how scared the incumbents are.