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Bahrain Air closes after 5 years; served 27 destinations in 15 countries; attacks govt. for protecting Gulf Air
Five years after its launch, Bahrain Air sees itself forced to close down shop. The airline, which flew to over 20 destinations in its brief history, heavily competing against Gulf Air, now blames the government for partiality.
Following a failed attempt at partnership with AirAsia in 2012, Batavia Air ceased operations last week. As anna.aero discovers, a jinxed aircraft might have been involved.
From S’13, HOP! will operate 530 daily flights to 136 destinations across 15 countries for parent Air France.
Bases 56 and 57 for Ryanair are confirmed at Marrakech and Fez, with two and one aircraft respectively.
anna.aero Turkish Airlines route prediction: One down, 30 to go… services to Constanta to launch in June
Told you so!! Earlier in the week Turkish Airlines announced Constantinople to Constanta, one of the routes on the new route hit list anna.aero revealed in December.
Following in the footsteps of the likes easyJet, Ryanair, and Vueling, Jet2.com plans to become the next pan-European airline from May with the launch of based operations at the Spanish Costa Blanca airport.
Niki Lauda quits his airline to focus on F1 again; NIKI dumps Central European routes for Greece and Scandinavia
A decade after its launch, Austrian NIKI sees its founder – Niki Lauda, the three-time Formula 1 World Champion – leave the company to chair the Mercedes Formula 1 team.
Hands up airport business development managers if Air Canada’s network planners have told you in the past that without a first-class market they won’t fly long-haul into your airport? Well that problem has gone away this week following the launch of its all-leisure, discount carrier “rouge.”
Less than 24 hours after announcing the airline’s 52nd base in Eindhoven, and its second in the Netherlands, Michael Cawley hopped onto the Ryanair corporate jet — one of its 737-800s — and announces today that Kraków will become base #53. anna.aero investigates the impact on the Polish airport’s operations.
Air New Zealand has decided to drop one of its two routes to London, now only operating via Los Angeles. But how has the London – Hong Kong market developed since the airline launched the route? And why isn’t oneworld member Cathay Pacific such an odd partner for the Star Alliance member after all?
Last time anna.aero analysed 1time, it was the biggest low-cost airline in South Africa. Since then, the airline has dropped its market share and has seen its MD80s get uncompetitive as fuel prices rise. But which network did the airline operate at the time it suspended operations? What competition did it face? And which routes launched this year only lasted a few months?
Ryanair, Verona’s second biggest carrier, withdraws 11 routes with immediate effect; Meridiana fly Volotea respond
Ryanair has abandoned the Verona market at short notice after a disagreement with the airport authority. Which routes will be lost and which have already been taken up by other carriers (or soon will be)? Find out what both parties had to say on the matter.