Articles Tagged ‘BFS’
30 top London routes NOT served by Heathrow: FREE anna.aero-RABA conference on Heathrow route propositions
easyJet’s and Flybe’s CCOs lead the line-up at HubLAB, anna.aero’s and RABA’s FREE-to-attend Heathrow Connectivity Conference in London in June. In this analysis we look at the 30 top-performing London routes NOT linked to Heathrow. If your airport is on this list, then you should be coming.
Having enjoyed four days of non-stop networking, meetings and pintxos, Europe’s network planning community will be dribbling back to their offices over the next few days, telling everyone what hard work it was. Catch-up here with anna.aero’s Show Dailies, printed live at the 13th Routes Europe hosted by the Basque Government, the Bizkaia Government and […]
Ryanair kicks off first week of S18 with 29 new routes.
Want a route to Heathrow? Radical FREE conference to hear easyJet, Flybe plus other invested airlines’ plans
HubLAB, the Heathrow Connectivity Conference, is a FREE conference created in joint venture between anna.aero and the 40-airport Regional and Business Airports Group (RABA) to provide an intensive examination of new route propositions for an expanded London Heathrow. HubLAB takes place at the Heathrow-hosted British-Irish Airports EXPO, London Olympia in June 2018.
With nearly 230,000 seats during its peak weeks, London Gatwick is easyJet’s biggest base – more than double the size of the LCC’s next largest hubs at Milan Malpensa, London Luton and Geneva. Marc Watkins gets under the skin of this +100-destination operation to reveal the bones of its recent growth, its typical daily flight […]
Newcastle-Venice is “Skyscanner Unserved Route of the Week” with 90,000 searches; any of three potential carriers to take this on
In the last year, Skyscanner’s Travel Insight software has shown that nearly 90,000 potential travellers searched on the leading flight comparison site for flights between Newcastle and Venice ‒ but the city pair is unserved!? With easyJet and Ryanair big players in the Italian city already, and dominant in the UK-Venice market, will they take this […]
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Cobalt becomes a fully fledged member of IATA, while Wizz Air confirms it will add further capacity to its Vienna base for W18/19. More news from Emirates at Newcastle, United Airlines in Geneva, easyJet at Belfast International plus Qantas in Alice Springs.
anna.aero decided to take a look at which of the UK’s main airports could suffer the largest impact to their networks if the UK were to lose its access to the Single Aviation Market. Nick Preston investigates which airports are currently at risk of losing the most traffic.
Thomas Cook Group carriers grow seat capacity 11% in two years as US market more than doubles; Birmingham biggest base without long-haul
The Thomas Cook Group operated just under 19.93 million seats in 2017, up 11% from its offering in 2015. With long-haul growth high on the agenda, will the carrier expand this strategy to more of its bases? Jonathan Ford looks to see where the airline has focused its capacity, and where it’s expanding in 2018.
Edinburgh Airport handled 13.43 million passengers in 2017; London tops destination leaderboard; easyJet and Ryanair are biggest carriers
Edinburgh Airport handled 13.43 million passengers in 2017, an 8.8% increase on 2016, making last year the busiest 12-month period in the airport’s history. anna.aero has took a further look into Edinburgh’s growth to discover which airlines have expanded the most to allow this Scottish success story to happen.
Just before Christmas, Ryanair’s CEO Michael O’Leary put pen to paper (or fingers to keyboard) to ask the UK CAA for his most-wanted present – a UK AOC, ready for his post-Brexit blues. We take a look at which UK airports are the most exposed to the removal of the Irish airline’s freedoms of the […]
Norwegian adds Amsterdam, Madrid and Milan Malpensa to its transatlantic network; over 4.7 million passengers now flown to US
Norwegian has confirmed that Amsterdam, Madrid and Milan Malpensa will be its next European gateways for transatlantic flights. The result means that in S18 the carrier will operate 61 US routes from 16 European airports. We take a look at the airline’s development in recent years between the two markets.