Weekly New Route Awards | anna.aero
Seven offerings from Europe and North America this week, but can Halifax and Boston stop the rot and secure a much needed win for the rest of the world against some tough competition from some of Europe’s finest airport groupings – including Aena and ANA.
Wizz Air commences eight new European routes from Bucharest, Budapest, Sibiu, Sofia and Vilnius, using its A320s.
Romanian one-two, as the little airports dish out FTWA master class; London Southend shows off certificate
Last week’s winners, London Southend Airport, will be adding their ‘Arch of Triumph’ certificate to the station walls. Find out which airport will be looking to do the same thing next week.
WestJet adds its first flight to Europe with daily operations to Dublin from St. John’s and Toronto Pearson, utilising its 737-700s.
TAP Portugal makes Manaus and Belem in Brazil its latest destinations served from Lisbon with thrice-weekly flights, utilising its A330-200s.
Air India links Delhi with Milan and Rome using its new Boeing Dreamliners.
Can you guess which of the seven commercial airports in London (we’re including London Oxford in this) is to gain the accolade of being the first to win an ‘Arch of Triumph’ award. Please don’t write in with the answers, just read on.
Etihad Airways now connects Abu Dhabi with Zurich and Los Angeles.
Norwegian starts four new routes from Oslo Gardermoen and Madrid to Los Angeles, CA, Oakland, CA, Orlando, FL and London Gatwick, using its 787-8s as well as 737-800s.
There is likely to be a double celebration at this week’s winning airport, as this ‘Arch of Triumph’ winning service took off just 45 minutes after its runway had re-opened after closure for maintenance.
VietJetAir goes up against five other carriers on Ho Chi Minh City to Singapore route.
United Airlines begins five weekly seasonal flights from Chicago O’Hare, IL to Edinburgh, utilising its 757-200s until 5 October.