Weekly New Route Awards | anna.aero
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.
Melbourne Airport joins Sydney, Brisbane and Gold Coast to become Australia’s fourth-ever winner of the Arch of Triumph competition. Four airports from Europe battle it out for inaugural flight marketing glory this week.
Although it produced a winning score below this year’s weekly average, an Australasian airport helps the region to its second victory in 2017. Find out which airport from down under tops the pile of this week’s FTWA entries from around the world.
SkyWork Airlines begins a five times weekly service between the two cities.
Aer Lingus begins flights between Dublin and Miami – second destination in Florida.
Prague Airport celebrates receiving its second-ever Arch of Triumph certificate – both for new long-haul services into the Czech capital. Find out which one of the five competing airports this week will join them in FTWA glory.
Wataniya Airways begins services to Bahrain and Najaf.
Nordica now links Tallinn to Gothenburg with six weekly flights – already operates to Stockholm Arlanda.
Europe has been below par during the past few weeks in regards to its FTWA calibre, going a month without a win, with Milan Bergamo being the last airport on the continent to claim a weekly victory. With two entries this week, has Stockholm Arlanda or Prague done enough to bring back Europe’s winning form?