Articles Tagged ‘Berlin Tegel’
After many years, Berlin Brandenburg officially opens tomorrow. It’ll shortly have 83 routes across 41 countries. We examine its network.
Lufthansa’s network growing in Berlin and Frankfurt; London, Milan and Stuttgart see significant cuts
Sorting out its industrial relations may be its top priority at the moment but how has Lufthansa’s global network evolved in the last 12 months? How come the airline has started almost 70 new routes but dropped around 40? Which are the airline’s biggest bases in terms of movements and ASKs?
German airport traffic growth driven by long-haul; Dortmund gains from Wizz Air, Nuremberg loses due to airberlin
Overall traffic is up at German airports, but the domestic market is down. Which airports are having a particularly worrying start to 2012 and which not-supposed-to-still-be-open airport is doing rather well? How have the top 10 German airports performed over the last five years?
After our recent story analysing airberlin’s hub operation at Palma in Spain, anna.aero was invited along to get a special behind-the-scenes view of how things really work there. What’s more we flew on the airline’s special “Flying home for Christmas” 737-800 accompanied by Santa Claus himself, and one of his elves.
German domestic traffic down 2.1% in July; European traffic up 6.1% overall, 11-12% in Berlin and Munich
What do the latest airport traffic statistics for July tell us about the German market? Which airports are growing and which are shrinking in 2011? What has been the effect of the ‘eco-tax’ on those airports specialising in low-cost operations such as Cologne/Bonn, Frankfurt Hahn and Weeze?
airberlin’s A330 to Q400 network analysed (basically the focus remains on price-sensitive Med leisure markets)
airberlin’s CEO unexpectedly resigned last week after another disappointing set of financial figures. The airline’s network strategy remains confused and possibly too diverse. We analyse the network by geographic segment, airport, and weekly frequency, as well as summarising the routes heading for the door marked ‘exit’.
airberlin’s still evolving network strategy sees more than 30 routes dropped and over 40 added during the last year
As airberlin moves ever further away from its charter roots and prepares to embrace alliance membership, we take a closer look at which routes have been ditched in the last 12 months. Which domestic airport is no longer served? And what’s happened to the two routes that airberlin moved between London airports earlier this year?
German air travel tax will result in further fall in domestic demand; Lufthansa and airberlin dominate main routes
Unlike France and the UK, Germany’s domestic air travel network is not focussed on one large city. But how have the top 10 domestic routes evolved during the last decade? Which is the only monopoly route and the only one served by a proper LCC?
Ten for Tuesday: announcements from Sun Country, Kingfisher, airBaltic, bmi, Carpatair, Jin Air, Lufthansa, Mango, Spanair, and Virgin America
Which airlines have decided to start routes identified recently by anna.aero as having potential? Who’s going transatlantic with a 737-800? Which is airBaltic’s latest ‘country of the week’ and whose second international route is to Guam?