As British Airways says it may no longer serve Gatwick, we see that 82% of its routes from the airport have head-to-head competition.
We examine Ryanair’s very large Italy market and its one-week-before-departure Italy fares before it shut down the country given COVID-19.
As Norwegian says it’ll run out of cash in mid-May, the carrier reveals New Norwegian, its survival plan. We see what it’ll do.
With two, and then three, weekly flights, Air Caraïbes’ new Cancún route will fill a hole from the exit of XL Airways France. We look at what’s happening.
Wizz Air let slip its likely initial routes – as it said the scale of its Abu Dhabi ops will be bigger than previously mentioned, which was 50 aircraft.
As ZIPAIR hopes to serve Honolulu, we look at the Japan – Hawaii and Tokyo – Honolulu markets, with ‘stagnant’ the keyword and stimulation needed.
Sun-Air to link Billund to Brussels 10-weekly, replacing Brussels Airlines. The two have quite different approaches on this airport-pair, which we explore.
As Austrian Airlines to end Dash-8-400 operations, we look at its remaining operators and routes, including one airline that reintroduced it this year.
AirAsia’s Malaysia AOC to restart 8 domestic routes from 29 April, with remaining 31 in May/June. We look at its plan & domestic ops across the Group.
Today, 21 April, Virgin Australia entered voluntary administration. With its domestic network core for its EBIT, we look at its network and prospects.
Italy is crucial for Volotea & its largest country market; Olbia seats +38% YOY from 4 new routes that are bookable, including Bologna from Air Italy’s end.
With fastjet starting Victoria Falls to Bulawayo & Nelspruit from 6 July, we look the carrier’s turbulent development. It’s now focused on just 2 countries.