Articles Tagged ‘Amsterdam’

Routes Reconnected, a new hybrid event for 2020; anna.aero is media partner with three show dailies

Routes Reconnected, a new hybrid event for 2020; anna.aero is media partner with three show dailies

Routes Reconnected is a route development platform combining virtual and live events, which anna.aero will cover with three Show Dailies full of news, analysis, and coverage that showcases the whole event.

KLM to restart Southampton; will have 44 two-way connections over Amsterdam

KLM to restart Southampton; will have 44 two-way connections over Amsterdam

At its peak, Southampton had two airlines and 234,000 passengers. Then none. KLM is to restart Southampton, so we explore market development, timings, and connectivity over Amsterdam.

AnadoluJet’s first flights take off to Europe, replacing Turkish Airlines

AnadoluJet’s first flights take off to Europe, replacing Turkish Airlines

AnadoluJet replaced Turkish Airlines on seven routes on 11 June with more later that week.


Amsterdam – Ho Chi Minh City "Unserved Route of the Week": 1.2m searches powered by Kiwi.com

Amsterdam – Ho Chi Minh City “Unserved Route of the Week”: 1.2m searches powered by Kiwi.com

With large search volume, big existing local market (plus many connections), good growth, and above-average fare, Amsterdam – Ho Chi Minh City makes sense.

Music to the ears: KLM to start Austin

Music to the ears: KLM to start Austin

KLM is to start a three-weekly Austin service from S20. Presently, Austin has three non-stop services to Europe, with 387,000 non-stop seats available. Based on KLM’s timings, it’s estimated that 32 online destinations will be reachable over Amsterdam. These 32, plus Amsterdam, saw 205,000 passengers from Austin in 2018, up 51,000 over 2014.

Amsterdam Airport Schiphol – get to know more about the airport that’s celebrating 100 years

Amsterdam Airport Schiphol – get to know more about the airport that’s celebrating 100 years

Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is this year celebrating its 100-year anniversary. In that time it has gone from a muddy stretch of reclaimed land to an airport with more than 58 million passengers per year. Find out what the airport is up to next.


London Heathrow in FLAP: still busier than Amsterdam, Frankfurt and Paris CDG, but far fewer destinations

London Heathrow in FLAP: still busier than Amsterdam, Frankfurt and Paris CDG, but far fewer destinations

We have one of our free, downloadable spreadsheets to accompany this week’s lead story which compares the global networks of Europe’s four leading hub airports. Which airport offers the most destinations in Africa, Latin America, China, India, Russia, the UK and the USA?

Toronto Pearson and Ethiopian Airlines celebrate Cake prize; Amsterdam welcomes A380 services

Toronto Pearson and Ethiopian Airlines celebrate Cake prize; Amsterdam welcomes A380 services

There were other reasons to celebrate this week than the relatively slow week for new route launches. Which airline just upgraded its Amsterdam service to an A380? And how good do the GTAA and Ethiopian Airlines folks look with an anna.aero Cake of the Week certificate?

KLM looks to boost UK regional traffic to Amsterdam; bmibaby, easyJet and Flybe starting new services soon

KLM looks to boost UK regional traffic to Amsterdam; bmibaby, easyJet and Flybe starting new services soon

More than 20 UK airports have non-stop flights to Amsterdam, but how have passenger numbers developed in recent years by region? How many airlines currently serve the market and how much market share do they have? Which new UK services will start in the next few months?


EURO ANNIES 2011: Airport Awards

EURO ANNIES 2011: Airport Awards

Italy again featured high in the airport prizes – Venice Marco Polo for the most new carriers, while Bari and Trapani both secured Traffic Growth Prizes. Moscow Domodedovo gained the Most New Routes, while Istanbul Atatürk and Schiphol share the valuable title for Most New Non-European Routes.

Transavia.com adds six new European ‘city’ destinations; Dutch regional airports see significant growth

Transavia.com adds six new European ‘city’ destinations; Dutch regional airports see significant growth

KLM-owned Transavia.com is focusing on Dutch regional growth this year after abandoning its Copenhagen base. Which new destinations has it added for 2011 and which routes have been moved from Amsterdam to Rotterdam? What competition will it face on its new Amsterdam routes?

Dutch airports recover as departure tax is abolished; traffic up 4.7% in 2010; Eindhoven and Maastricht up over 20%

Dutch airports recover as departure tax is abolished; traffic up 4.7% in 2010; Eindhoven and Maastricht up over 20%

While neighbours Germany have introduced an air travel tax in 2011, the Dutch abolished theirs back in 2009 and reaped the benefits in 2010. This year could be even better. Which are the leading country markets from the Netherlands and what share do KLM and its partners have of the Dutch market?