Articles Tagged ‘ACC’
Litres of hard work and gallons of perspiration goes into a route launch – especially the Fire Truck Water Arch – which sees an unprecedented union between an airport’s operations and marketing departments. Make sure all of your airport’s endeavours are crowned with an Arch of Triumph certificate – get voting now!!
anna.aero meets with the CEO of Brussels Airlines, Bernard Gustin, at the launch of the carrier’s services to Accra
Brussels Airlines’ CEO, Bernard Gustin, met up with anna.aero’s Jonathan Ford at the opening of the airline’s new route to Accra from Brussels on 26 October. During their conversation Gustin highlighted the importance of Africa to the Brussels Airlines network, and why he thinks that Africa is the next big thing in aviation.
Mobilise your staff, fans and followers and win one of aviation’s most sought after awards – yes the public vote for the prestigious anna.aero Cake of the Week is back to herald the start of the W15/16 season. Rules? The airport with the most votes wins! Simple.
The Star Alliance member will link Brussels with Accra four times weekly while services to Tenerife South will operate twice-weekly.
Having recently launched services from Accra to Washington Dulles, Ghana’s capital has witnessed South African Airways increase seat capacity to the airport by 45%. However, the opposite is occurring at the rest of the airline’s top 12 airports. anna.aero looks to see how capacity has changed over the past 12 months ahead of September’s World […]
This week, the global inter-regional competition became a five-horse race when South-west Pacific entered the battle with its first victory of 2015. Find out which airport in the ocean continent saw off just two challengers this week one from the hub serving the capital of the most powerful nation on earth and one from regional […]
South African Airways begins new four times weekly service from the capital of Ghana to Washington Dulles – a service that originates in Johannesburg.
Vueling starts 69 weekly flights from seven airports to 34 other airports across Europe.
Nigeria’s largest operator in terms of weekly seat capacity, Arik Air has grown rapidly in recent years, serving a total of 12 countries this summer. As the airline’s passenger numbers reached 2.7 million last year, anna.aero takes a closer look at Arik Air’s recent development and its top 11 airport pairs for this August.
Punto Azul now serves two international destinations, adding Accra to its existing São Tomé and Principe services.
Asky Airlines extends services from Lomé Airport in Togo to Bissau Airport, Guinea-Bissau, via Accra and Monrovia.
Royal Jordanian Airlines launches services from its Amman Airport base to Accra Airport via Lagos Airport.