S14 passenger figures are expected to heading one way at Budapest Airport thanks to the airport’s marketing team (left to right): Sandor Saly; Eszter Almási and Patrick Bohl. Planned new route launches with transavia.com France (Paris Orly), Norwegian (London Gatwick), Jet2.com (Leeds Bradford), Wizz Air (Alicante), Wizz Air Ukraine (Donetsk) Air Serbia (Belgrade) and Vueling (Barcelona), with the last airlines being new to the airport.
Hamilton Airport received its anna.aero Cake of the Week prize for the fabulous cakes baked for Air Transat’s seasonal services to San Jose del Cabo and Montego Bay on 21 and 22 December respectively. Proudly posing with the certificate was John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport’s management and administrative team.
Marseille Airport will welcome its first direct leisure flights from Seoul in April. The Hanjin Travel Group and its South Korean tour operator subsidiary, Kaltour, will launch thrice-weekly flights from the world’s second largest metropolitan area that will bring a total of almost 1,000 South Korean tourists for one-week trips to Marseille and the south of France.
Tampa Airport gratefully received its “Arch of Triumph” certificate, awarded for the fantastic water arch salute that welcomed Copa Airlines’ flight from Panama City on 16 December. Celebrating the win are (left to right): Captain Steve Suarez, Firefighter Scott Reed, Captain Lonnie Benniefield, and ARFF Chief Michael Gonzalez.
Leeds Bradford Airport will experience a major boost in its 2014 services, as seven new routes will be launched by Jet2.com (Budapest, Fuerteventura, Kos, Verona, and Reus), Eastern Airways (Southampton), and SAS (Copenhagen), the latter carrier being new to the airport. Celebrating the achievement is Tony Hallwood, Leeds Bradford’s Aviation Development & Marketing Director.