SkyEurope is on a mission to make Vienna its number one base. This winter it will treble its fleet there to six aircraft. What do current fares on the summer routes tell us? Which new routes is it starting this winter and which routes will go double-daily to target the business market? And why is the new Lisbon route unusual? We take a closer look.
AirAsia may be Asia’s biggest and most successful low-cost carrier, but its Indonesian operation has had more than its fair share of troubles recently. How does it schedule its fleet and what are average fares like in this market? Which new destinations have been added most recently?
Wizz Air may be based in Hungary but it has more aircraft based in Poland than anywhere else. Katowice is home to four A320s this summer as the airline flies to over 20 destinations. Which are the biggest routes, how does the airline schedule the aircraft and what fares are available for imminent travel? anna.aero investigates
Ryanair chose Bremen as its second base in Germany after Frankfurt Hahn. anna.aero reveals how the routes performed in their first month and what action Ryanair has already taken. Which routes have the lowest and highest fares for imminent travel? How much has Ryanair stimulated new traffic and how much has it taken from other carriers?
America finally gets its own Virgin airline. And many people are not happy. Which routes will it be starting and who will be its main competitors? What are the current fares in its key markets and what features will Virgin America offer to attract customers.
India’s fastest growing LCC now has 11 aircraft having ordered 100 two years ago. How is it developing and which are its core routes? How good is aircraft utilisation and just how early are some of its departures? And where has it got its management experience from?
Southwest’s legendary ability to stimulate traffic in new markets is well known. But what happened when Southwest entered United’s backyard in Denver, America’s 5th busiest airport? Does the ‘Southwest Effect’ still work in such big markets? We look at the evidence so far.
In a detached part of Russia surrounded by EU nations KD Avia has launched a hub-and-spoke network to compete with Moscow for connecting Russia with Europe. How does it work? Are the schedules passenger-friendly? We take a detailed look.
Tiger Airways is picking up the pace with its plans for growth. Now well established in Singapore it has plans to enter the Australian domestic market and has placed orders and options for 50 A320s by 2014. How is it finding new routes in a not always liberalised region of the world? We examine its network in detail.
The French finally have their first proper LCC. Except that it’s part-owned by the Dutch and the brand is Transavia, which is also Dutch. So what is Air France playing at? Why pick now to start an LCC with a name that will mean very little in the French market. Anna.aero investigates!
easyJet gets an eighth aircraft at Geneva and launches several new routes, including its first to Belgium. We analyse easyJet’s Geneva base and reveal what it has dropped to make way for some seasonal routes. Is easyJet bigger than Swiss at GVA? You bet, and we show you who else it’s beating too.
Memmingen in Bavaria recently witnessed the launch of scheduled air services by TUIfly at what used to be a military airfield. It may only be one aircraft this summer, but TUIfly is confident enough to allocate a second for this winter already. Are Stuttgart and Munich worried?