Articles Tagged ‘Aeroflot’
Aeroflot now flies from Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport to Tomsk in Siberia and Odessa in the Ukraine.
Aeroflot starts new services from Moscow Sheremetyevo to Stuttgart and Krakow.
Aeroflot now flies from its Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport hub to Donetsk and Dniepropetrovsk in the Ukraine, Orenburg and Nizhnekamsk in Russia, and Vilnius in Lithuania.
Aeroflot now flies non-stop between the capitals of Russia and Sri Lanka; Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport and Colombo.
Aeroflot again flies from Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport in Russia to Saigon in Vietnam.
53 new routes saw the light of day in the last week. But which low-cost airline took on three network carriers? And which airline returned to Baghdad after 21 years of absence? We have lots of pictures to go with the analysis and of course the downloadable spreadsheet detailing all the routes.
Russia’s leading airports growing by 27% in 2010; hosting World Cup in 2018 will bring fresh challenges
World Cup success, WikiLeaks revelations, and EU criticism of its aviation industry; it’s not been a dull time for Russia recently. But how are its airlines and airports actually performing in 2010? How does it differ from 2009?
LOT Polish Airlines’ big step to begin flying to Hanoi comes after Air France dropped its route to the Vietnamese capital. Which other two airlines increase their Europe-Hanoi operations? And which market segment is LOT targeting?
Armenia gaining ever more links to western Europe thanks to Armavia; Aerosvit and flydubai new airlines for winter
Formerly part of the Soviet Union, Armenia (about the size of Belgium) is gradually growing its links to Western Europe thanks to flag carrier Armavia. Which destinations have been added in the last two years and what aircraft does it operate?
The new route season is back on track. This week offers 42 route launches, half of which are on Ryanair. Nonetheless, we also have all you need to know about the routes that launched in North and South America, Europe, Africa, Middle East and Asia – and the pictures to go with it.
In the last week, Russian airports saw the most new routes launched, followed by airports in the UK. The US, Italy, Spain, Greece, China and Norway also had multiple launches, while the rest of the week’s 41 new routes took place in Canada, Tunisia and across Europe and Asia.
Demand for air travel in Russia growing at more than 20%; UTair now #1 domestic carrier; Egypt and Turkey popular
The Russian market is back in growth mode and the battle to be #1 in the domestic market is intensifying. Which are the leading international markets and which are the leading carriers on international routes?