Articles Tagged ‘BGO’
Bergen-Hamburg is “Skyscanner Unserved Route of the Week” with 30,000 annual searches; Eurowings’ next Norwegian city?
Skyscanner’s Travel Insight software has revealed that in the last year 30,000 potential travellers searched Skyscanner for flights between Bergen and Hamburg ‒ but the route is unserved!? We think a new route to Norway’s second city is ideal for Eurowings or SAS.
Wizz Air launches eight new routes from six bases – includes first flights to Hannover, Fuerteventura and Satu Mare.
Impact of Norwegian air passenger tax not yet discernible in airport passenger statistics; Oslo Gardermoen traffic up 4% in 2016
The new government tax, introduced at the beginning of June, has yet to have a noticeable impact on traffic looking at monthly data for the top 10 airports. We reveal which airlines have grown (and shrunk) capacity in the Norwegian market this summer.
Wizz Air has launched 16 new routes, including its first routes from Aberdeen, Billund, Bristol, Friedrichshafen, Nis and Reykjavik/Keflavik.
More popular than American Idol and the X Factor combined, anna.aero’s public vote for the prestigious Cake of the Week (Part I) marks the start of the S15 season. Mobilise your supporters and win one of aviation’s most sought after awards.
SAS now links Copenhagen to Edinburgh, Gothenburg to Bergen, as well as Stockholm Arlanda to Budapest and Riga.
Founded on 22 January 1993 to take over the regional airline Braathens in western Norway, Norwegian has expanded considerably, becoming the third largest low-cost carrier in Europe (after Ryanair and easyJet). As the LCC is currently serving a total of 84 airports in 31 countries, anna.aero looks at Norwegian’s recent developments.
Bergen Air Transport now flies from Bergen Airport to Sumburgh Airport with twice-weekly flights, using its Beechcraft King Air B200s.
Vueling and Norwegian fly to more countries than Ryanair and easyJet; Wizz Air offers most per million passengers
Everyone knows that Ryanair and easyJet are the biggest LCCs in Europe, but which of Europe’s big six flies to the most countries? Well our statistic-hungry data elves are cooking up the numbers in the information kitchen to provide you with some tasty analytical fare.
SAS adds 19 seasonal routes from Aalborg, Bergen, Billund, Copenhagen, Gothenburg, Kristiansand, Oslo Gardermoen and Stavanger. Faces competition on six airport pairs from Norwegian and TUIfly Nordic.
SAS adds 12 new seasonal routes from Bergen, Copenhagen, Gothenburg, Oslo Gardermoen and Stockholm Arlanda. Competes against SUN-AIR, Norwegian, TUIfly Nordic, Primera Air and airberlin.
Norway’s Widerøe expecting more than three million passengers in 2014; 10th busiest airline in Europe on Tuesdays in February
Widerøe is no longer a subsidiary of SAS, but it continues to be a major player in the Norwegian domestic market, operating more flights than any other airline. We take a look at the airline’s growth over the last decade and reveal which are its busiest airports. Plus a summary of the airline’s international network.