Avianca, which is going through Chapter 11, was too ambitious, grew too much, and was too stretched, its CEO said at Routes Reconnected.
airBaltic is looking more than ever at longer routes using its A220s, perhaps even from an airport with one of its 22 codeshare partners.
Somon Air has played a vital role during coronavirus, with multiple charter flights. But what about its future network and fleet development?
JetBlue’s CEO talks about new routes and future development, saying London success “immaterial from a company point-of-view.”
As Air France and KLM focus more than ever on the core, Transavia France will become a much more important unit in the group.
Qatar Airways to begin Abuja, just a few days after being announced. Operating via Lagos in both directions, it’ll be its third city in West Africa.
68% of Turkish Airlines’ Bogota and Panama City traffic connected over Istanbul, but where? This route will operate four-weekly from January.
Aegean Airlines is to start 33 additional routes next summer, with 2021 to be one of its best-ever years for non-Athens capacity across Europe.
Allegiant has announced 15 new routes, with 12 having no direct competition, two new airports coming, and a new shortest route.
We examine both carriers’ route networks. Asiana may offer Korean Air a reasonably ‘straightforward’ means of consolidation around very similar networks.
Loganair to begin Aberdeen, Belfast City, Dublin, Jersey, and Newquay from Teesside, with 29 weekly flights in July. Will Eastern or Loganair blink first?
Ryanair has a new top route this winter. In fact, ALL of its top-10 routes are now in Italy, with the ULCC’s filed domestic Italy seats up by 140% a week.