We look at Wizz Air’s most profitable airports. Two of its big airports aren’t in its most-profitable list, while others punch well above their weight.
Five routes revealed by Jet2 – with one unserved since 2014 and another ended this current year. In 2019, they had 191,000 passengers; we explore them.
All change for Southwest! We explore its three new airports + investigate Denver – its new #1 airport – with 57 routes and 1,196 weekly departures.
KLM and Lufthansa to add Zanzibar, showing continued interest in local demand as coronavirus continues and refocuses network development.
Wizz Air has announced its first base in Scandinavia, which will initially have 3 domestic routes. The ULCC’s Norway seats passed 2 million in 2019 across 11 airports.
Transavia’s two AOCs passed 18m seats last year, with Transavia France up by a 17% CAGR since 2010. This year, they were to begin 60+ routes and many began.
We look at easyJet’s most profitable airports and see fast growth and strong dominance. Five of its largest airports aren’t in its top-10 for profit.
JetBlue today (22 September) revealed four new routes from Hartford, adding to its transcontinental push and its pursuit of the leisure dollar.
British Airways serves Islamabad with Lahore coming soon. Will Dhaka be next? It has good yield, strong local traffic, and Biman with a one-stop offering.
Lufthansa will begin 13 summer-seasonal routes from FRA. Six are to Greece; Lufthansa will now have 11 routes to the country from its top airport in S21.
Over 90% of Delta traffic on Rio – ATL connects over its Georgia hub, so we see where. This route had a higher SLF than the carrier’s system average.
TAP Air Portugal will now serve 12 airports in Spain, including three in the Canaries, as its Africa network – with 9% of seats – sees two new routes.