Arch of Triumph
Five airports across three continents have sent in six FTWAs to anna.aero this week, with the collective gaining an average score of 31.8 out of 40. The calibre of this week’s entries was so high, that even if second place had won, they too would have smashed straight into the top 10! Check out who won here.
Arch ofIt’s a battle between Spanish and Taiwanese airports in the latest instalment of the 2018 Arch of Triumph competition. With just three weeks left of the annual battle among the world’s airport firefighters, can anyone push Lisbon from the top spot? Find out to see how this week’s entrants have performed.
Kuala Lumpur wins the Arch of Triumph public vote Part II of the W18/19 season; anna.aero’s judges return to cast scores on eight entrants this week
A total of seven airports have sent anna.aero eight FTWAs from the last two weeks of global airline route launches, with entrants coming from airports across Europe, Asia, North and South America, plus the Caribbean. WIth an average score of 28.5, see which global gateway has claimed glory this week.
With the W18/19 season starting Sunday 28 October, anna.aero has looked back at the number of FTWA entries it has been sent during the first 41 weeks of 2018. To date, 379 have been sent to anna.aero, up 13% compared to this point last year. See who has claimed victory in the last week of the S18 season.
Seven airports battle it out for Arch of Triumph glory this week, with entries coming thick and fast from around the globe. Airports in Europe, South America, Africa and Asia have all shown what they can do with an impressive average score of 30.4. Find out which airport won the weekly crown here.
A total of seven airports across Europe, North America and the Caribbean entered this week’s Arch of Triumph competition. With an average score of 27.6 out of 40, it has certainly been a par week of performances. Find out here to see which airport did enough to climb into the top ten with its superb display.
Asian airports represent 60% of the five FTWA entries this week and have now claimed 13% of all victories in this year’s competition. Read on to find out which airport in the region did enough to take home the crown this week.
Although the region has only claimed 14% of the total winners recorded so far this year, Australasia has the best wins per entry ratio of 0.5 of any global zone. Find out which airport from the region has delivered the best watery treat this week.
As you can see, airport staff, like these people in Japan, jump for joy when a new route receives its baptism. Find out whether it will be firefighters from Europe, Asia or North America which will be jumping for joy in the fire station this week.
Now firmly established as the airport to beat when it comes to water arches, the Portguese capital city facility now has its fourth Arch of Triumph certificate of 2018 on the fire station walls. Find out which four other airports merely made up the numbers this week.
Having won once in 2016, but yielding no victories last year, its great news that an African airport has taken this week’s Arch of Triumph title – the first awarded to the region in 2018. Find out which European and US airport attempts were beaten into the minor places by the African lion!
The world’s biggest aviation market has taken until August to provide its second victorious champion of this year’s Arch of Triumph competition. What is more noteworthy is the fact that the same Floridian airport has delivered both of these wins for the region.