Articles Tagged ‘ABZ’

Loganair to start Carlisle flights; will offer around 53,000 seats this year on 52 weekly flights to Belfast City, Dublin and London Southend

Loganair to start Carlisle flights; will offer around 53,000 seats this year on 52 weekly flights to Belfast City, Dublin and London Southend

Loganair has confirmed that in partnership with the Stobart Group it will begin flights from Carlisle, linking the UK city to Belfast City, Dublin and London Southend. Jonathan Ford takes a look at the preliminary schedule and weighs up the true cost saving between Carlisle and London on air and rail services.

Ryanair calls time on Glasgow where it is currently the third biggest airline; more than one aircraft being lost as 19 routes are poised to close

Ryanair calls time on Glasgow where it is currently the third biggest airline; more than one aircraft being lost as 19 routes are poised to close

Ryanair has confirmed that it will close its Glasgow base for W18/19, leaving just Edinburgh and Glasgow Prestwick as bases in Scotland. The airline stated APD as part of the reason for the closure, but schedules indicate that Glasgow was more of an operational challenge for the airline. Jonathan Ford discovers more. 

UK airports and 'hard Brexit' – Stansted and Liverpool most exposed

UK airports and ‘hard Brexit’ – Stansted and Liverpool most exposed

anna.aero decided to take a look at which of the UK’s main airports could suffer the largest impact to their networks if the UK were to lose its access to the Single Aviation Market. Nick Preston investigates which airports are currently at risk of losing the most traffic.


Stavanger-Paris is "Skyscanner Unserved Route of the Week" with 33,000 searches; Norwegian's next Norwegian route?

Stavanger-Paris is “Skyscanner Unserved Route of the Week” with 33,000 searches; Norwegian’s next Norwegian route?

In the past 12 months, Skyscanner’s Travel Insight software has shown that over 33,000 potential travellers searched on the leading flight comparison site for flights between Stavanger and Paris ‒ but the city pair is unserved!? Will SAS or Air France resume this city pair, or does Norwegian fancy connecting to is new US routes from […]

Ryanair seeks UK AOC to save UK-EU flights; Spain the most-impacted country market

Ryanair seeks UK AOC to save UK-EU flights; Spain the most-impacted country market

Just before Christmas, Ryanair’s CEO Michael O’Leary put pen to paper (or fingers to keyboard) to ask the UK CAA for his most-wanted present – a UK AOC, ready for his post-Brexit blues. We take a look at which UK airports are the most exposed to the removal of the Irish airline’s freedoms of the […]

Eastern Airways turns 20; annual traffic below 2003 levels, but Aberdeen remains the airline's #1 airport

Eastern Airways turns 20; annual traffic below 2003 levels, but Aberdeen remains the airline’s #1 airport

Happy 20th Birthday Eastern Airways! For a regional airline to survive for that long is quite a feat, and the UK regional carrier will do just that this month. We take a look at the airline’s eventful history, as well as taking a glimpse at where Eastern is at today in terms of its biggest […]


Durham Tees Valley displays Cake of the Week title

Durham Tees Valley displays Cake of the Week title

In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Germania announces that it will begin flights to St. Petersburg from Dresden starting from April, while Southampton Airport celebrates the upcoming launch of its newest airline powdair. 

Loganair leaps onto Aberdeen and Norwich routes

Loganair leaps onto Aberdeen and Norwich routes

Loganair begins operations from Durham Tees Valley with services to Scotland and East Anglia. 

Cologne Bonn celebrates yet another Cake of the Week victory

Cologne Bonn celebrates yet another Cake of the Week victory

In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Copenhagen Airport welcomed Air Arabia Maroc’s new Agadir service, while Aberdeen gets a royal seal of approval. More news also from Eurowings which has taken network planning to the next level by letting the customer decide its next destination, while Volotea confirms Milan Bergamo expansion.   


Durham Tees Valley announces the arrival of Loganair

Durham Tees Valley announces the arrival of Loganair

In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Loganair announces that from 15 October it will begin three times daily flights from Aberdeen and a six times weekly service from Norwich to Durham Tees Valley Airport, routes that will be flown on its 34-seat Saab 340s. 

Birmingham and Bristol celebrate Route of the Week for BA's return

Birmingham and Bristol celebrate Route of the Week for BA’s return

In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Manchester is rewarded for its creative San Francisco cake, baked for the start of Thomas Cook Airlines’ new route to the US city, plus Leeds Bradford celebrates the one-year anniversary of Aurigny services. More news also from Southampton, Belfast City, Vienna, Aberdeen and Reus airports. 

Ryanair boosts its network with another 15 routes

Ryanair boosts its network with another 15 routes

Ryanair launches new services from Faro, Naples and Valencia.