Virgin Atlantic, Norwegian, Lufthansa, SAS, Etihad, Air Canada, Ryanair and AF-KLM to share passenger experience plans at FTE Europe
Improving the passenger experience is now very much on airlines’ list of priorities and if you are interested in finding out what the world’s most forward-thinking carriers have planned to enhance the end-to-end travel process, you should take a look at anna.aero’s sister initiative, Future Travel Experience Europe 2015.
Runway 3.0 announced! Enter “the race to find the fastest airline in the world”, Budapest Airport Runway 13R-31L, 5 September 2015
“The Race to Find The Fastest Airline In The World” will take place on Saturday 5 September 2015 on Budapest Airport’s 13R-31L when runners from airlines, airports and enterprises across the aviation community once again compete in 10k and 5k distances for a series of anna.aero-Budapest Airport “Golden Cake Trophies.”
AirAsia’s Tony Fernandes visits Future Travel Experience Asia – anna.aero’s sister – as FTE EUROPE is launched
Tony Fernandes, Group CEO of AirAsia, visited Future Travel Experience Asia to show off his airlines’ passenger experience technology and capabilities. The Kuala Lumpur event also marked the launch of FTE Europe which takes place with a galaxy of speakers in central London in February.
CEOs of AirAsia and AirAsia X lead FTE Asia 2014 speaker line-up – both to reveal plans to enhance passenger experiences in KL next month
We know your true passion is airline network planning, but we’re sure you’ll also be interested in FTE Asia 2014, which is all about improving the end-to-end passenger experience, and includes senior speakers from the likes of AirAsia, AirAsia X, Malaysia Airlines, Qatar Airways, KLM, Air New Zealand, Oman Air and Peach Aviation.
ACI Airport Exchange – hear from the CEO of Eurostar (destroyer of the world’s busiest air route) and loads of developing airports
ACI Airport Exchange includes a whole load of briefings on new airports currently being built-up (Istanbul, Moscow, Chicago) including keynote presentations by ADPI – the just-announced winner of the design competition for Beijing’s New Daxing Airports new Terminal 1.
Aer Lingus, “The Fastest Airline in the World” in the bud:runway run has raced to another industry sporting victory in the 33rd World Airline Road Race (WARR) which Aer Lingus also hosted in Dublin 1-5 October.
Aer Lingus raced down Budapest Airport’s runway to take the title of “Fastest Airline in the World” beating other airlines, airports, and aviation enterprises from all over the world in the air transport industry’s annual charity race, “bud:runway run” organised by Budapest Airport, Nike, Wizz Air, and anna.aero.
Time is running out to enter the “bud:runway run”. Registration closes on 25 August for the air transport charity race, which takes place on Budapest Airport’s runway on 6 September. ACI EUROPE and SWISS are the latest teams to sign-up. Think you can beat them? Register now!
Join the world’s most forward-thinking, passenger-focused airlines at Future Travel Experience Global 2014
Next month, the world’s most innovative airlines will come together in Las Vegas at anna.aero sister initiative Future Travel Experience Global 2014, where they will reveal all about what they are doing to improve the travel experience for their passengers, and share their bold visions for the future. Will you be joining them?
As Southwest Airlines’ international expansion continues this month, WNCO is sending an ace team to take part in the “bud:runway run” – the air transport charity race taking place on Runway 13R-31L at Budapest Airport in September, with the clear aim to triumph over Europe’s low cost carriers, the majors, and other airlines from the Middle East Big 3.
anna.aero presented Howard Millar, the outgoing Ryanair Chief Financial Officer, with “The anna.aero Golden Retriever Prize for Awesome CFO Achievement” in recognition of his great money-management since flotation of the low cost airline in 1997.
Malaysia’s long-haul, low-cost pioneer has yet to be consistently profitable, and its network churn is surprisingly high. We reveal in which years the airline launched (and dropped) most routes, and what competition it faces. Plus a look at the airline’s key operating and financial statistics since 2010.