Articles Tagged ‘ZAG’
Dubrovnik Airport on course to pass 1.6m passengers in 2015; UK still the biggest market despite Monarch Airlines shrinking by 57%
One of the main airports serving Croatia’s Adriatic Coast, Dubrovnik Airport is set to grow again this summer. With August schedules offering a 6.4% increase in weekly seats, anna.aero identifies the key players, and what new routes are still scheduled to start in 2015.
Not only did Hong Kong Airport win the last Arch of Triumph weekly battle, but its score of 36.7 saw it swoop into joint second place overall with Portland in the 2015 competition. Meanwhile, 27 (yes that’s 27) airports from across the world are aiming to topple Hong Kong from that spot this week.
SkyGreece Airlines begins new services from the Croatian capital to Toronto Pearson, a seasonal service that will operate weekly.
Croatia welcomes new routes from over 20 airlines this year; easyJet gaining on Croatia Airlines as UK and Germany lead country rankings
Joining the EU has not given Croatian airports the traffic boost that might have been expected. We look at the last decade, reveal the leading airlines and country markets this summer and what new routes are being launched.
SWISS now links Zurich to Leipzig/Halle, Zagreb and Gothenburg. Competes against Croatia Airlines on the sector to Zagreb.
Air Croatia now links Zagreb to Milan Malpensa, Prague and Rome Fiumicino with thrice-weekly flights.
The first week of the 2015 ‘Arch of Triumph’ competition sees 12 entries from around the world, including two airports sending us two FTWAs each. The last weekly winners of 2014 – the firefighters from Fuerteventura – get the Airport Director to share in their glory.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Catania Airport celebrates seven million passengers in 2014, and Santa Claus lands his “Sleigh380″ at Manchester Airport to unload 500 presents. More news from Leeds Bradford, Ibiza and Zaragoza airports.
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 […]