Articles Tagged ‘AER’
With one last throw of the Arch of Triumph dice, Russia’s Sochi/Adler Airport, which had lead the competition since April, has provided us with one last attempt to reclaim its long-held crown. It was good, but not good enough to stop Los Angeles from taking the 2017 title.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News Sochi/Adler Airport shows off its Cake of the Week award while Gazipasa-Alanya Airport in Turkey welcomes charter flights from Moscow.
Ural Airlines starts new links to Israel and Georgia from Moscow and Sochi.
Alicante elated with Arch of Triumph victory as another airport climbs to the top of the 2017 leader board
This week Alicante has celebrated winning the Arch of Triumph competition for the FTWA that has placed it second in the overall competition for 2017. However, one week on from its victory and it has already dropped to third due to the wonder that anna.aero’s judges have been sent this week from another European airport. […]
Ural Airlines begins a twice-weekly link between Sochi/Adler and Tel Aviv.
Aeroflot adds four new domestic routes, and five new European sectors from four different Russian airports.
SCAT Airlines starts new routes to Baku, Batumi and Sochi/Adler.
Moscow Sheremetyevo overtakes Domodedovo to become Russia’s busiest airport again; #1 airline Aeroflot grows by 8%
Not since 2005, when Moscow Domodedovo became the busiest airport in Russia, has Moscow Sheremetyevo been #1, but 2015 figures so far reveal it is on course to take top spot again. Carriers like long-serving Czech Airlines have helped – a good reason for another celebratory fire truck water arch we think!
Germans heading for Antalya and Brits heading for the Mediterranean have lots of choice of carriers during the summer but a Russian domestic route has the most airlines competing for passengers this summer. We reveal all.
Russian market set for changes as Aeroflot to absorb Transaero Airlines; fastest-growing Russian airports and airlines revealed
We reveal the top airports and airlines in Russia in the first half of 2015 and how they compare with 2014. We also report on which country markets have seen the biggest changes in capacity in the last two years.
S7 Airlines is Moscow Domodedovo’s biggest airline and Moscow Domodedovo is the oneworld carrier’s most important airport in terms of weekly seats – being over six times larger than its #2 operation. We reveal which are the airline’s busiest routes in terms of ASKs and how many destinations it serves.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Melbourne Airport revels in ‘Route of the Week’ win; Glasgow Airport celebrates ‘Cake of the Week’; Wizz Air marks 1,500 flights between London Luton and Varna; Kazan welcomes Pobeda from Sochi/Adler; Flybe branded Stobart Air commemorates a first birthday, and more.