Riga Airport shares its ambitious growth plans with anna.aero, including the development of the RIX Airport City, which is part of the airport’s medium-term strategy “Runway 2027”. The airport also identifies the key unserved routes that are at the top of its wish list.
200+ airlines registered to build global air connectivity at Routes World 2022 – anna.aero’s Show Dailies will be there
Routes World 2022 takes place in just a few days’ time (Las Vegas, 16-18 October), bringing together the global route development community. Over 700 organisations are currently registered to attend, including 200+ airlines. anna.aero will be there and, once again, you’ll be able to read all about Routes World in our renowned Show Dailies.
The BUD Air Cargo Day 2022, with the theme of ‘Linking the cargo world’, took place in Budapest Airport’s Terminal 1 last week. anna.aero was in attendance and brings you this full report on a packed conference agenda and the BUD Cargo Awards 2021.
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s single and immense contribution to tourism and the aviation industry cannot be accurately measured – but it has clearly been hugely influential, not just in the UK, but from wherever anybody originally stepped onto a plane; whether realm, or republic.
1,024 entrants lined up for the 10th Budapest Airport Runway Run on Saturday 3 September on the airport’s Runway 13L/31R. For the first time, the “Sunset Run” moved from its traditional hot midday sun slot to a cooler early evening mass start.
Geneva targets Singapore, Shanghai and Tokyo routes as it seeks to strengthen intercontinental network
Yves-Daniel Viredaz, Head of Marketing & Business Development, Geneva Airport (GVA), tells anna.aero how GVA’s efforts are focused on strengthening its intercontinental network, as the short/medium-haul network is very extensive. Singapore, Shanghai and Tokyo are in the top three destinations to be developed in Asia.
FRIDAY 19 AUGUST: registration closes for the 10th anniversary of the air transport industry charity race on Budapest Airport’s Runway 13R-31L on Saturday 3 September. Time is running out to enter the 10th Budapest Airport-anna.aero Runway Run – among several acclaimed companies, Airbus is returning to sponsor the jubilee run while Lufthansa Technik is partnering up with BUD for the third time in a row.
Kam Jandu returned as Budapest Airport’s Chief Commercial Officer on 1 July 2022. After five weeks back in the role, he tells anna.aero about Budapest’s “bouncebackability”, a new corporate strategy focused on sustainability, terminal development and smart growth, and plans for next month’s 10th Budapest Airport-anna.aero Runway Run.
Tampa targets unserved routes in Latin America and Caribbean with “inbound tourism demand, strong VFR traffic potential and deep business ties”
Alex Heiter, Director of Research and Air Service Development, Tampa International Airport (TPA), tells anna.aero how TPA is targeting a number of leading unserved routes in Latin America and the Caribbean, and strengthening its international portfolio with routes including Virgin Atlantic’s upcoming Heathrow-Tampa.
Richard Barker, CEO Cairns Airport, tells anna.aero about the international recovery including a new Air New Zealand route which significantly enhances travel options to and from North America, Jetstar’s “momentous” eight weekly flights to Japan, and the unserved opportunity for a domestic service to Hobart.
Budapest Airport and anna.aero are immensely proud that Airbus has confirmed sponsorship for the air transport industry’s charity race on Saturday 3 September 2022 on Budapest Airport’s 13R-31L runway for the sixth time.
Jiri Vyskoc, Executive Director of Aviation Business Development, Prague Airport, tells anna.aero about the top unserved routes the airport has identified, as well as the success of recently-launched routes from Prague to the Middle East and North America.