Articles Tagged ‘30-second interview’
anna.aero’s Assistant Editor Jonathan Ford met with Castellon Airport CEO Alexander Schroll on the day the facility welcomed its second scheduled carrier. Schroll spoke to anna.aero about how the airport has celebrated a successful nine months of operations since Ryanair inaugurated flights from the UK, and to also highlight Castellon’s USPs that are drawing attention […]
Allegiant Air welcomed anna.aero to its headquarters in Las Vegas to meet the carrier’s VP Network & Pricing Lukas Johnson on 15 April. During a meeting with anna.aero’s Jonathan Ford, Johnson highlighted the carrier’s development in the US domestic market and why it is considering entering more slot constrained airports such as New York Newark. […]
30-Second Interview – Raffaele Pasquini, Responsible for Aviation Marketing Development on Asian and Middle East markets, Aeroporti di Roma
anna.aero catches up for a chat with Aeroporti di Roma’s Head of aviation marketing development for the Asian and Middle East markets to chat about Rome’s rapid growth in 2014 and what Alitalia, Etihad Airways, Vueling and Ryanair have in store for 2015.
anna.aero contributed to improving Aer Lingus finances by paying for a quick hop over to Dublin to find out how well Aer Lingus’ mini north Atlantic hub is developing.
The Soon-to-depart deputy Ryanair CEO talks about Moscow, Brussels and Rome, says why he does not like the new ‘nice’ Ryanair label, then gives €10,000 to our favourite charity.
anna.aero’s Ross Falconer gets 30 seconds with M.A.G Business Development Manager Mark Souter to discuss airline deals, spare capacity and intra-London airport competition.
30-Second Interview with Yevgen Treskunov, EVP Strategy and Development, Ukraine International Airlines
In the first of our two 30-second airline interviews in our Ukraine special edition, we talk to the establishment, the incumbent – namely Ukraine International Airlines, about its market position following the demise of AeroSvit.
In the second of our two 30-second airline interviews in our Ukraine special edition, we talk to the new order, the encroaching ULCC – namely Wizz Air Ukraine, about its battle to establish itself in a highly regulated market where bilaterals still determine who can fly and how many times they can fly.
With an aircraft delivery schedule offering a wealth of new route opportunities for any airport within six hours flying time of Istanbul, Turkey’s other fast-growing carrier, Pegasus Airlines certainly has the scope to become a significant European force. Our 30-second interview with Guliz Ozturk, Senior Vice President (Commercial) tells you all you need to know […]
30 Second interview – Dr Temel Kotil, President and CEO Turkish Airlines (plus some comments from Ryanair’s Cawley)
In his first industry appearance, speaking at the ACI EUROPE-ACI World Annual Congress in Istanbul, Dr Temel Kotil clarified that Turkish Airlines will not be launching direct services from Europe to Australia – he will use a hub like Singapore instead.
Aer Arann is now operating more flights than ever on behalf of Aer Lingus. We caught up with the airline’s CCO to ask about the working relationship with Aer Lingus, route developments, new aircraft, connecting traffic and the main challenges the airline faces.
anna.aero was invited to Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen Airport last week to celebrate the arrival of Turkish Airlines’ new base, which will result in 13 international routes this summer. We got to talk to the airport’s CEO about competition, the new planned airport for Istanbul, the growth in Turkish air travel and the chances of Istanbul […]