Qatar Airways’ new Toronto route will have 33 two-way connections, a market of 1.8 million, helping to push the carrier from #4 for MEB3 + Turkish seats to Canada.
With another 27 routes revealed, including eight from Bucharest, eight from Varna, and three from Odesa, we look at the carrier’s summer plans.
With the news that easyJet is to close these three bases, we look at the performance of them and find that underlying issues exist as competition heats up.
Voyage Air to begin 8 routes to Austria, Germany, and Poland, including filling the void left by Germania to Bremen and Münster. We look at what it plans.
With very significant head-to-head competition, we explore how this has changed and the core airlines and routes on which Spirit Airlines overlaps.
LOT Polish surprises many with so many new routes, all of which start within two weeks. We look at these 85 and see what LOT’s planning and why.
We look at Tehran – Manchester together with Tehran – Europe, which has seen a lot of turmoil. Paris is Tehran’s largest underserved market, while Dusseldorf is its largest unserved.
As FlyArystan adds 13 new routes – eight without direct competition – and a new base, we look where and what.
As Wizz Air announces 23 new routes, we look at what and where. Five of these routes involve St Petersburg, thanks to that city’s new e-visas and seventh freedoms.
As JetBlue discloses 30 new routes, we look at them + how they’ll change the carrier’s presence at Newark + Philadelphia while boosting non-NY/Boston Florida seats.
With 15 new routes from Germany and Ukraine, we look at the where, what, and why of Ryanair’s plans.
Thai VietJet is to start 5 new routes, each highly competitive on a city basis, with between 70 + 112 weekly frequencies by competitors. But, it’s different at airport level.