Weekly New Route Awards | anna.aero
Europe goes three weeks without a win – no entries either! North America takes back-to-back victories
This week’s winning airport has had an unprecedented year, not because of some significant slugs of air service development, but because it has added the Arch of Triumph as the cherry on the top of those achievements. Find out which of five global airports will have something extra to celebrate this week.
Aeromar links Monclova to Mexico City, the former airport’s first scheduled route since September 2008.
Ural Airlines adds the Georgian capital of Tbilisi to its route network from the Russian capital airport.
Rest of the World takes back-to-back wins in 2017 Arch of Triumph competition – Europe still dominates inter-regional battle
With minimal route launches typically taking place in August, one might have expected a dearth of FTWAs too. Not so. We have five airports from four regions of the world competing for the Week 30 title of the 2017 Arch of Triumph competition.
Ethiopian Airlines adds a three times weekly service on the city pair – becomes fifth destination in Nigeria.
Three airports from three separate continents have sent in entries for this week’s battle to claim the Arch of Triumph crown. But has either Cebu, Moscow Zhukovsky or Toronto Pearson done enough to break into the top 10 leaderboard?
Interjet connects Cancún and Mexico City with Toronto Pearson.
Beijing Capital Airlines begins Beijing flights to Lisbon and Macau.
Last week it was the turn of the Arch of Triumph’s reigning champions, Lisbon, to claim their second victory of the 2017 competition, with the Portuguese capital now appearing twice in the top 10 leader board. But, has one of the four entrants this week done enough to make it onto the prestigious listing of global airports?
easyJet now links UK airport with Dubrovnik and Granada.
Wizz Air opens six new routes and bases one A320 in the Black Sea city – eight routes served in total.
Last week German regional airport Friedrichshafen beat-off competition from the likes of Melbourne, Orlando and Nice to secure its first-ever Arch of Triumph title. As the airport celebrates its landmark victory, find out whether this week’s competition will be be won by a minnow or mega-hub here!