Articles Tagged ‘ZAG’
flydubai adds its fifth European route in December, starting services to the Croatian capital of Zagreb.
A piece of precision German FTWA engineering beats over 250 global airports to secure the second ‘Arch of Triumph’ annual title. Fuerteventura wins the last weekly competition of 2014.
Air Serbia now links Belgrade to Zagreb with twice-daily flights, utilising its ATR 72s.
A very densely populated country, the Netherlands is served by five commercial airports providing scheduled airline services, out of which Amsterdam commands 93% of total weekly capacity. In the first eight months of 2014, passenger numbers are up 4.6% when compared to 2012. anna.aero takes a closer look at the trends in demand at Dutch […]
eurolot starts services from Warsaw Chopin to Stuttgart, Lublin, Zagreb and Chisinau, using its Q400s.
The start of the W14/15 season sees a lot of the world’s airports pulling out all the stops in terms of new route marketing ‒ and that means lots of fire truck water arches (FTWAs). This week, we give you, the reader, the chance to select the best of the 10 FTWAs we have been […]
The first days of the 2014 winter timetable have brought almost 200 new routes to the world and almost as many tonnes of cakes. Use your vote to select your choice of the week for W14/15 Season Part 1.
Vueling and Norwegian fly to more countries than Ryanair and easyJet; Wizz Air offers most per million passengers
Everyone knows that Ryanair and easyJet are the biggest LCCs in Europe, but which of Europe’s big six flies to the most countries? Well our statistic-hungry data elves are cooking up the numbers in the information kitchen to provide you with some tasty analytical fare.
germanwings begins fourth German link to Zagreb and fifth German services to Rijeka and Zadar.
Vueling begins 13 new routes and 45 weekly flights from four bases, including six from Rome Fiumicino.
KLM makes Zagreb in Croatia and Bilbao in Spain its latest routes from Amsterdam with daily flights, using its E190s.
This week we let the boss out on a day trip to Istanbul’s Sabiha Gökçen Airport to cover the inaugural flight by Qatar Airways from Doha. Inevitably, he managed to get out onto the airfield to share in the ‘Arch of Triumph’ moment.