Weekly New Route Awards | anna.aero
Battle for second spot in inter-regional Arch of Triumph competition hots-up as Asia and North America slug-it out
Although Europe effectively won its fourth consecutive inter-regional Arch of Triumph title in the summer, the tussle for runner-up still has a way to go it would seem. Will 2013 overall champion North America succeed in securing second spot from Asia, which has taken this slot every year since 2014?
Loganair begins operations from Durham Tees Valley with services to Scotland and East Anglia.
SA Airlink becomes first airline to offer schedule flights to St. Helena with a weekly link from Johannesburg.
Its been a long time coming – since the second week of this year’s competition to be exact – but finally the Middle East has claimed its second victory of 2017. Find out which of the region’s airports has fought off entries from Australasia, Europe, North and South America to claim this week’s title.
Frontier Airlines starts seven routes from focus city Miami along with another 23 launches across the US.
LATAM Airlines links Santiago to Melbourne with three times weekly flights.
Sometimes we receive FTWAs from some of the most unlikely places…and the Southeast Asian nation of Laos is definitely in this category. Not only was that a shock, but it also beat all six other competitors from around the world this week.
Air Arabia Maroc bases one A320 in Agadir and opens initial routes to Cologne Bonn, Copenhagen, Manchester and Munich.
Norwegian begins longest non-stop route operated by a LCC between London Gatwick and Singapore.
Reykjavik/Keflavik’s fire crew show off their huge certificate from last week’s competition. How will they get it on the fire station wall?? Nice to have some real geographic diversity in this week’s Arch of Triumph, with five different regions battling it out for glory.
Porter Airlines begins daily flights to Fredericton from Toronto City via Ottawa.
Air India begins a three times weekly service between Delhi and Copenhagen.