Latest Airline Route News
Spirit Airlines launches four-times-weekly services between Tampa and Nashville.
Korean Air launches daily flights between Seoul Incheon and Clark International.
Lufthansa launches three-times-weekly services between Munich Airport and Tallinn on 4 November.
Xiamen Airlines launches three-times-weekly flights between Quanzhou and Clark International.
Highlights from easyJet’s W19 launch include flights to Aqaba and Marrakech from Venice Marco Polo, and a Tenerife service from Liverpool.
Ryanair starts numerous routes in W19, with highlights including flights from Malta to Paphos, Santiago de Compostela and Trieste.
Laudamotion launches its bumper W19 offering with many new services from Vienna. Highlights include to Birmingham, Bordeaux, Brussels South Charleroi, Edinburgh, Münster/Osnabrück, Riga, Stockholm Skavsta and Vilnius.
Norwegian begins Palanga – Bergen. This city-pair had 6,000 indirect passengers in the past year, with easy stimulation from low fares and non-stop service.
Air India launches a three-times-weekly connection between London Stansted and Amritsar, the only non-stop service to the Indian city from London.
Wizz Air adds over 3 million seats and posts 22% growth in W19; Vilnius with Eilat begins among others.
Eurowings offers 11.7 million seats in W19, down two million on W18 in its attempt to return to profitability. However, it is still opening new routes, including Frankfurt to Windhoek.
Virgin Atlantic commenced a daily service from London Heathrow and Mumbai. We take a look at capacity development since the end of Jet Airways.