Weekly New Route Awards | anna.aero
Last week’s winners and 2014 ‘Arch of Triumph’ leaders Munich Airport proudly exhibit their FTWA certificate. However, 11 more airports throw their respective firefighter’s helmets into the ring this week to see if they can remove the Germans from their #1 position.
Syphax Airlines begins weekly services from Tunis to Montreal, utilising its A330-200s.
There is a new world order. Although on the pitch Bayern Munich were given a football lesson last night, the city’s airport has given all its global peers a master class in producing a fine ‘Arch of Triumph’. Doncaster Sheffield shows off its winning certificate for last week’s win using water pistols.
Iraqi Airways adds Vienna to its network with services from Baghdad, Erbil and Najaf.
interCaribbean Airways links Montego Bay with Kingston. Competes with Caribbean Airlines on the 140-kilometre route.
transavia.com starts two routes from Amsterdam and another one from Eindhoven with thrice-weekly flights, using a mixed fleet of its 737-700s and 737-800s.
Last week, Bucharest Airport blasted its way to victory in the second public vote for the ‘Arch of Triumph’ when it welcomed Ryanair’s new four times weekly service from Dublin. Business as usual this week, with the so-called anna.aero ‘experts’ undertaking the scoring and FTWA critique.
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LinksAir begins flights to Belfast City and Isle of Man from Doncaster Sheffield.
flynas bolsters its fledgling long-haul, low-cost network with Karachi and London Gatwick services.
Qatar Airways began daily flights from Doha to Pennsylvania on 2 April using its long-range 777s.
Ryanair opens a new base in Athens and adds most new routes in Greece, Ireland, Italy and the UK.