Articles Tagged ‘Alitalia’
Alitalia returns on the route from Rome Fumicino to Prague in the Czech Republic.
Alitalia commences twice-weekly flights from Rome Fiumicino to Fortaleza in north-eastern Brazil.
Alitalia commences services on the route from Rome Fiumicino to Yerevan in Armenia.
Alitalia commences four-weekly services from Rome Fiumicino to Abu Dhabi.
Volotea announces new base in Bordeaux; Jetstar carries 100-millionth passenger; Alitalia and KLM enjoy cakes in Kiev
125 new routes may have been launched worldwide in the last week, but airlines and airports were keen to celebrate other landmarks as well! Gambia Bird launched last week, but which other West African airline is readying up for the big launch? What made Kiev Boryspil bake two spectacular cakes? And what were the prizes […]
Alitalia resumes flights from Rome Fiumicino Airport to Zürich after four years.
Milan Malpensa sees Air One and easyJet expand networks after Lufthansa Italia’s closure last October
Italy’s second busiest airport has seen plenty of changes in the last 15 years. When did traffic peak at the airport, which are the leading airlines and country markets, and which airlines have been busy launching new routes in the last 12 months. And which destinations does Alitalia still serve?
Wind Jet collapse bad news for Catania; Alitalia, easyJet, blu-express, Meridiana fly and Ryanair all set to benefit
Alitalia was supposed to ‘rescue’ Wind Jet but the deal fell through at the last minute. What competition did Wind Jet face on its busiest routes and which international markets did the airline serve? From how many Italian airports did the carrier serve various Russian destinations?
Sicily’s Palermo Airport grew by 14% in 2011; Ryanair ranks second after Alitalia; Volotea latest new airline
The airport serving Sicily’s capital grew by 14% last year, but why the sudden increase? By how much does domestic traffic dominate the airport traffic? Just how few are the network carriers serving Palermo? And why is the Spanish market growing so fast?
Alitalia opens route to Tbilisi in Georgia from Rome Fiumicino Airport. The SkyTeam airline now also serves Trapani in Sicily.
Grounding planes in winter improves profitability: The new network planning reality explored among Europe’s airlines
We all know about Ryanair grounding 80 aircraft last winter but by how much did other European LCCs cut their capacity between July 2011 and January 2012? How does this compare with the year before? And how much have Europe’s legacy carriers started to follow this behaviour?
Alitalia now flies from Rome Fiumicino Airport in Italy to Benghazi in Libya.