Articles Tagged ‘Antalya’
Corendon Airlines started Basel – Izmir on 23 July, with Kayseri launching next month.
Time for ‘Ryanair Turkey’? 250+ unserved routes to Europe, excl. Istanbul, with avg. 11,000 passengers
Almost 31 million seats were offered between non-Istanbul Turkey and Europe/Middle East last year, up by over 20 million since 2010. Yet there are many unserved opportunities.
Given SunExpress’ birthday, we analyse the carrier’s development, including strong focus on non-stop VFR markets – a large, reasonably untapped opportunity.
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Over 70% of Antalya’s seats are international, with Russia adding seven million since 2016. SunExpress now #1 at Antalya from big recent expansion.
CONNECT 2020 will take place in Antalya full with networking, one-to-one meetings, conference, and training. 66 airlines have so far signed up.
SunExpress’ fast-paced growth continues; more route launches from Sabiha Gökçen and Gazipaşa planned
Now with its own German subsidiary and rapidly expanding domestic operation, SunExpress is the #2 airline in the massive Turkey to Germany market, behind one of its parents, Turkish Airlines, and double the size of the other, Lufthansa.
Turkey’s airports report traffic growth of 10.4% in first half of 2012; Turkish Airlines expanding IST network rapidly
Non-EU Turkey is still experiencing double-digit traffic growth in 2012. But how quickly are its top 12 airports growing? What share of total traffic is still centred on Istanbul? And just how many new destinations has Turkish Airlines embraced since last June from its main hub?
Turkey’s airports report traffic growth of 14.2% in 2011; Turkish Airlines’ passengers up 12%, Pegasus up 32%
Turkey’s air transport market is going from strength to strength. Airport traffic is booming and its two major airlines are both reporting double-digit growth. But which two airports have swopped places in the top 12 rankings? And which airlines have already announced what new routes to and from Turkey this summer?
Leipzig/Halle’s domestic routes are dominated by Lufthansa and its low-cost subsidiary germanwings, while 40% of international traffic is on just two routes. Which major European cities are served and who are the leading ‘charter’ airlines?
Dresden airport turns 75 as flights to London return and easyJet arrive; traffic growth above German average in 2010
Germany’s 15th busiest airport is dominated by domestic routes but London is back on the network map thanks to Lufthansa/bmi. Which are the two dominant international destinations and where will easyJet’s first flight be from?
You want a country where air travel is booming? Then look no further than Turkey. Passenger numbers are up almost a quarter this year and all airports are growing. But which are growing fastest and which have been Turkish Airlines’ new destinations this year?