As Key West gets ready to welcome new routes for a potential record 2021, we examine the airport’s network and key unserved markets.
After many years, Berlin Brandenburg officially opens tomorrow. It’ll shortly have 83 routes across 41 countries. We examine its network.
Zhukovsky is a “simple, inexpensive” airport; we chat with management about future routes – helped by not being a Moscow airport for bilaterals.
Tokyo has 18 unserved routes with 40,000+ passengers. We examine them – which is strong by fare per kilometre? Vote to say which you think will happen!
We examine Anchorage and its top routes. Seattle had up to 31 daily departures and ~760,000 connected over SEA with Alaska Airlines.
Almost every European airport experienced passenger traffic going backward in September 2020. Kos didn’t. We look at its network.
Singapore Airlines will have 153 weekly departures in December, with Melbourne top. We investigate this and the carrier’s top-20 O&Ds from Melbourne.
With Air India announcing Delhi – Vancouver and United starting Chicago, we explore Delhi’s top-20 international routes last year. Where features?
Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen will have 1,591 departures in mid-Oct; Doha new #1 route. We investigate SAW’s network + chat with its Aviation Marketing Director.
We explore 39 unserved routes from Fort Lauderdale that had an average 24,000 passengers each – before stimulation’s considered. Will Breeze be interested?
Milan Bergamo had 13.9 million pax in 2019. And with ongoing development, we see what will drive the airport’s future together with key unserved routes.
We look at traffic + fares across Hanoi’s top-20 international routes. Seoul #1, but Tokyo Narita grew by 40% from a 25% fare fall from VietJet’s entry.