Articles Tagged ‘Berlin’

easyJet connects Brussels with Berlin Tegel

easyJet connects Brussels with Berlin Tegel

easyJet launches daily flights between Berlin Tegel and Brussels Airport, increasing to double daily from 2020.

Armenia becomes Ryanair's 40th country served

Armenia becomes Ryanair’s 40th country served

Ryanair is to serve Armenia, its 40th country, with four routes. Will Armenia be the next Georgia for LCCs?

Dallas/Fort Worth and Cairns airports celebrate their anna.aero awards

Dallas/Fort Worth and Cairns airports celebrate their anna.aero awards

In this week’s Network Planning Community News, KLM announces that it is to increase frequency to Leeds Bradford Airport for S16, while American Airlines and Birmingham Airport hand out their own awards. More news also from Berlin, Brussels, Budapest, Hamburg and Vilnius.


airberlin still #1 in German capital serving 61 destinations non-stop; Billund and Prague new, but nine routes dropped in last two years

airberlin still #1 in German capital serving 61 destinations non-stop; Billund and Prague new, but nine routes dropped in last two years

Berlin Tegel is still airberlin’s biggest base. We reveal its development during the last decade, which country markets are growing (and shrinking) and which routes have been terminated in the last two years.

Ryanair makes Berlin base 73 and adds 16 routes for W15/16; going head-to-head with easyJet on over half of all new routes

Ryanair makes Berlin base 73 and adds 16 routes for W15/16; going head-to-head with easyJet on over half of all new routes

Ryanair’s new base in Berlin is a clear indication that the carrier is now going after easyJet. We reveal which routes Ryanair has failed to make work from Berlin in the past, as well as which easyJet routes it will be competing head-on with.

easyJet now #2 in Berlin serving over 40 destinations

easyJet now #2 in Berlin serving over 40 destinations

easyJet’s Berlin base celebrated its 10th anniversary earlier this year. We reveal how the base has developed year by year. We list which routes have been dropped and which are the leading country markets, and how this compares with a year ago.


FlyNonstop starts flights from Kristiansand in Norway to seven destinations including London City and Berlin SXF

FlyNonstop starts flights from Kristiansand in Norway to seven destinations including London City and Berlin SXF

Kristiansand is Norway’s ninth busiest airport, and handled over one million passengers for the first time in 2012. Now it has its own local airline, FlyNonstop, which launched operations last week with a single 100-seat E190. We analyse the airline’s daily flight operations.

The effect Lufthansa’s new “Direct 4 You” airline has on its non-hub airports

The effect Lufthansa’s new “Direct 4 You” airline has on its non-hub airports

Lufthansa has unveiled a new strategy to improve the profitability of its non-hub domestic and European operations by merging this flying with its Cologne/Bonn-based low-cost subsidiary germanwings. We take a closer look at the airline’s German airports to see which will be impacted the most.

Exclusive interview with easyJet CEO Carolyn McCall; key opportunities in Switzerland, France and Italy

Exclusive interview with easyJet CEO Carolyn McCall; key opportunities in Switzerland, France and Italy

At the Lisbon base launch, the anna.aero fan and easyJet CEO Carolyn McCall set aside time to speak exclusively to anna.aero about the new base and the airline’s overall network plans.


Testing times at BER

Testing times at BER

The boss of Berlin Brandenburg Airport Willy Brandt talked to us during the first day of operational readiness testing involving 250 volunteer ‘passengers’. We wanted to know how the new airport improves Berlin as a proposition for airlines – purely from a route development point of view.

Norwegian reveals plans for 34 new routes next summer

Norwegian reveals plans for 34 new routes next summer

Norwegian has announced 34 new routes starting next summer from nine Nordic airports. But which non-Nordic airport will benefit most? And why is anna.aero’s Deputy Editor particularly pleased?

Lufthansa finally gets serious in Berlin; 29 new cities served when new airport opens

Lufthansa finally gets serious in Berlin; 29 new cities served when new airport opens

Lufthansa’s Berlin network will expand significantly next summer but by how much will the airline’s weekly movements grow? How many countries will Lufthansa then serve non-stop from Berlin? And how many of the ‘new’ destinations have already been served by Lufthansa’s LCC germanwings from Berlin this summer?