Norwegian serves 60+ destinations from Copenhagen; routes to Spain and US account for over half of all ASKs; Oakland is newest destination
For Norwegian, Copenhagen is its third biggest base after Oslo and Stockholm. Since 2009 the network has expanded from 20 to over 60 routes. We reveal how the network has grown, the leading routes in S17 by ASKs and biggest country markets by seats.
El Al faces growing competition in Tel Aviv; JFK is biggest route and US busiest market with Miami route resuming in November
Israel’s flag carrier El Al accounts for one third of traffic at the country’s main airport. We look at the growing competition in Tel Aviv, the airline’s recent network expansion and its fastest-growing country markets.
tame shrinking in Ecuador as government looks for investors; 15 aircraft serve New York, Florida, Colombia, Peru and the Galapagos Islands
The national carrier of Ecuador, tame, has been cutting capacity in recent years. Last year’s major earthquake in the country resulted in further cuts. We reveal its closest rivals in Ecuador, its current fleet and the top 12 routes by seats.
Las Vegas is second biggest airport for Spirit Airlines; 21 destinations served this summer; going head-to-head with Southwest on 15 of them
Since the summer of 2010 Spirit Airlines has launched 21 routes from Las Vegas and dropped just two. We reveal the airline’s growth at the airport and a snapshot of one-way ‘bare’ fares for the week ahead from the Nevada airport.
Philippines AirAsia is #3 carrier in the Philippines; now operating 30 routes across 20 airports with a fleet of 16 180-seat A320s
Previously known as Zest Air and then AirAsia Zest, Philippines AirAsia is growing steadily from its main Manila and Cebu hubs. We reveal the airline’s passenger numbers and load factors since 2013, its busiest airports and top 17 routes.
Volotea celebrates five years of flying; fleet of 28 aircraft expected to carry 4.3 million passengers on over 240 routes in 2017
With its fleet of 717s and A319s, Volotea is big in France and Italy. With nine operating bases this summer, the LCC serves almost 80 airports across Europe. We reveal its extreme seasonality, rapid growth, leading airports and range of route frequencies.
Vueling passes 100 million passenger mark from Barcelona; serves over 120 destinations in S17, 20 fewer than in S16 as Germany, UK see cuts
Now part of IAG, Vueling has been operating from Barcelona since July 2004. We look at the LCC’s rate of growth from the airport, network development, seasonality and leading country markets. Plus which routes have been dropped (and added) since last summer.
Blue Air adds Oslo Gardermoen and Helsinki to its network; 32 new sectors planned for S17 so far; soon to pass 100-route milestone
Blue Air has announced this week it will begin flights to the capitals of Norway and Finland from its Bucharest hub for S17, with many more new routes planned for summer from seven of the carrier’s eight bases. We take a closer look behind the scenes of the Romanian carrier’s expansion plans.
Allegiant Air hits 1.8 million passengers from St. Pete-Clearwater; route count grows from 12 to 53 in 10 years; airline’s third largest base
Allegiant Air carried 1.8 million passengers from St. Pete-Clearwater in 2016, up approximately 15% when compared to 2015. The airport is the airline’s third largest base behind Orlando Sanford and Las Vegas, with it occupying 8.0% of the carrier’s seat capacity last year. We take a closer look at the airline’s history at the Floridan airport.
Trans States Airlines has 53 aircraft; flies for United Airlines and American Airlines; Washington Dulles and Denver top hubs
Trans States Airlines is a carrier owned by Trans States Holdings, operating flights for United Express and American Eagle from six hubs across the US on its fleet of 53 ERJ 145s. Operating 1,000 weekly flights this summer, anna.aero looks into the carrier’s top airports and routes.
London Luton is easyJet’s fastest growing London airport; five new routes for 2017; some flights still cheaper than a pair of jeans
London Luton is the home of easyJet, starting operations with two leased 737-200s operating services initially to Edinburgh and Glasgow in 1995. Today Luton is the airline’s second largest London operation after London Gatwick. We take a closer look at the carrier’s development from its home airport, plus how its network has changed going into S17.
Tunisair’s starting to see traffic resurgence after years of decline; France remains carrier’s strongest market as others start to stabilise
Between January and August last year, Tunisair carried just over two million passengers, up 7.5% when compared to the same period of 2015. Despite this, the airline is still in a dip, with it seeing its annual traffic between 2010 and 2015 dropping by nearly 26%. We take a closer look at the national carrier of Tunisia to see how it is restructuring its operations.