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anna.aero’s Assistant Editor, Jonathan Ford, was invited by Brussels Airport to help welcome the arrival of All Nippon Airways’ inaugural service from Tokyo Narita. Take a closer look to see how the celebrations unfolded and also to see what it’s like to carry out an evening runway inspection of Brussels Airport’s Runway 25R-07L.
anna.aero seeks replacement Assistant Editor; Cristescu leaves to become Romanian Minister of Transport
After an action-packed two years with anna.aero, our Assistant Editor Vlad Cristescu has decided to leave to become Romanian Minister of Transport. If you think you have what it takes to fill his shoes and can pass the initiation test of drinking the publisher’s blood, apply here.
A process of constant improvement, the more aware of our readers will have noticed some subtle changes to the website, including a rolling news service, new story categories, as well as a new mind-blowing database – traffic data for airports from the Rest of the World. The result – anna.aero version 4.0.
Presentations from Last week’s Network Planning Conference, jointly staged by anna.aero with ACI EUROPE and ACI Asia Pacific at Airport Exchange in Abu Dhabi, are now available and can be downloaded directly from here.
anna.aero’s Editor Ralph Anker will be making his annual appearance at FrenchConnect in Lille next week, delivering a keynote speech on the state of the French market. Check out our recent stories which have focused on French airports and French airlines.
anna.aero in Moscow: Vnukovo doubles capacity with new terminal as fast-growing UTair consolidates #1 position
The little brother of the Moscow airports has grown up – big time. Vnukovo, which is the airport of choice for Moscow’s wealthy oligarchs as well as the president, is served by fast-growing airlines that have filled up capacity. Soon, a new state-of-the-art terminal will provide more. But which are the airlines that have grown? […]
anna.aero in Moscow: Fast-growing Avianova stimulates Russian market; looking at top 100 cities for expansion
We met with the Russian LCC Avianova’s CEO and found out about the airline’s network expansion. Where will it grow? Who does it target? And will the airline start flying internationally?
anna.aero in Moscow: Russia’s Transaero growing at 70% in 2010; Miami and New York planned for later this year
Russia’s second largest airline is growing fast, but in which markets? Where is it flying to and where is it expanding? What are the challenges it faces? And how is it rearranging its flights in the Moscow airport system?
Ciudad Real welcomes first international scheduled flight; Ryanair to serve London Stansted three times per week
Spain’s biggest private airport greeted its first Ryanair flight last week and anna.aero was on board. Which other airlines and routes have been operated from the airport serving the La Mancha region of central Spain?
Deauville anticipates growth in visiting tourists flying in with CityJet’s new service from London City Airport
We were on board last week’s familiarisation flight from London City to Deauville and enjoyed a guided tour of the seaside resort town in Normandy. But which other destinations are served as charter routes from the airport?
Since we began sending anna.aero to the world’s network planning community in July 2007, we have identified over 4,000 new routes, started by 400 brave airlines from across the globe. Ryanair alone has launched over 500 of these, followed by easyJet with 200, Wizz Air with over 100, and Norwegian and WestJet with almost 100 each.
We now have over 500 stories in our searchable database going right back to our launch in July 2007. Our first lead story was on America’s newest LCC Skybus but which stories have proved to be the most popular with you, our readers.