Articles Tagged ‘Algeria’
Seat capacity to Algeria grows by nearly 15%; Hungary and Russia are newest markets; Atlas Atlantique Airlines is latest carrier
Atlas Atlantique Airlines is the only new carrier to serve Algeria during the past 12 months, with it opening up eight routes between France and Africa’s largest nation. anna.aero looks into how other carriers have grown during the past year and how the leading country markets have developed over the same period.
Algeria becomes increasingly attractive for foreign visitors; new services from Alitalia, Emirates and Vueling
While Algiers remains Algeria’s main point of entry, other airports have become more and more appealing to foreign carriers. As capacity grows 56% this August, anna.aero examines the country’s market.
Algiers Airport attracts Air Malta, Emirates, Royal Jordanian and Vueling services as traffic grows 14% so far this year
Any airport that can attract new services from Emirates and Vueling in the space of a few months must have something going for it. So we take a closer look at Algiers Airport in North Africa, and reveal how traffic has been developing in recent years, and how dominant national carrier Air Algérie still is.
With a fleet of 11 Airbus’ Aigle Azur serves North Africa and Portugal from various French airports. Passenger numbers have doubled in the last four years and new destinations have been added including Bamako in Mali.