Aer Lingus confirms non-stop transatlantic flights from Manchester to New York JFK, Orlando and Bridgetown in 2021, followed by a Boston service in 2022. anna.aero looks at how Aer Lingus has grown traffic via Dublin from the UK since 2016, and how fares have developed from Manchester.
In recent weeks, Wizz Air has shown that it’s looking at the upcoming summer season with optimism, with planned base openings at Bourgas, Cardiff, Sarajevo and Palermo airports. anna.aero highlights the ULCC’s new services, competition and how many routes it is scheduled to operate in S21.
With Montego Bay and Muscat beginning soon, we examine Edelweiss’ network from Zurich, which this summer will have its most seats to date.
We explore Air Arabia’s Sharjah network, with many changes over pre-coronavirus S19. The carrier’s longest route, to Kuala Lumpur, will use A321neos.
Flair Airlines will face direct competition on 75% of its coming 24 routes – most without an LCC. The summer will be key for the Canadian carrier.
Allegiant will have no direct competition on 28 of its 34 routes, with these 28 having an average 17,000 passengers before being stimulated.
Over half of American Airlines’ new routes will have no direct competition, while Miami is Tel Aviv’s fifth-largest US P2P market.
Wizz Air is to open its second base in Bosnia and Herzegovina at Sarajevo. No routes have direct competition and its first aircraft is now fully allocated.
With such strong competition with Iberia – on 45 of 56 routes – the acquisition of Air Europa by IAG is all about dominance at Madrid.
Hong Kong start-up Greater Bay Airlines has applied for 104 routes. While 89% were served pre-pandemic, it’s currently 65%. We explore its network strategy.
Sun Country’s 16 routes are highly spread out, sensibly making predicting where will be served much harder. Three main reasons, other than leisure, explain its new routes.
Surinam Airways naturally revolves around Amsterdam and the Dutch Caribbean – but still has three routes to Miami.