Bogota has 10 million people and a GDP larger than 10 Latin American countries. We chat with the airport’s Aviation Marketing Director about core unserved routes.
In a wide-ranging presentation about new Brandenburg across multiple senior people, we learn that Berlin had 36 million overnight stays in 2019.
The Faroe Islands was to have New York and London flights this year, but both have been postponed. We talk to the airport’s CEO about new route development.
Hamburg has won ‘Best Airport in Europe’ for 10-25m passengers for the fourth time. And with its very large and wealthy catchment, it sees big potential.
With no slot restrictions or ATC delays, and great costs and incentives, London Southend is aiming to have 15 to 20 million passengers a year by 2040.
Cyprus is on a roll with Wizz Air opening a new base in July and Larnaka winning the highly commended Best Airport Award 2020 for 5-10 million passengers.
Athens added over 13 million passengers between 2013 and 2019, aided by strong promotion of ‘Destination Athens’ and incentive schemes.
Dublin welcomed LOT Polish as airBaltic expanded this year. With Ireland’s economy expected to return to growth in 2021, the airport is optimistic.
Guadeloupe is offering up to 90% discounts to fly to paradise, with the island also having the region’s highest GDP, helping with outbound demand too.
Melbourne is Australia’s second-busiest international freight hub, with Japan Airlines carrying over 30 tonnes of asparagus daily on each of its flights.
Montpellier has benefited from Transavia France’s new base and multiple other new routes, with the airport telling us about its core unserved markets.
Copenhagen has the largest number of routes of any Scandinavian airport and 83% of its routes were quickly reinstated when traffic resumed in July.