Articles Tagged ‘BGO’
The first days of the 2014 summer timetable have brought almost 500 new routes to the world and almost as many tonnes of cakes. Use your vote to select your choice of the week for S14 Season Part 1.
anna.aero welcomes Air China to London Gatwick; Bordeaux and Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen show certificates; more celebrations at London Stansted, London Luton, Amsterdam, Sao Paulo Guarulhos, Cork, Leeds Bradford and Berlin Schönefeld airports
A busy week for Network Planning Community News, including anna.aero welcoming Air China’s resumption at London Gatwick from Beijing with a fabulous cake, Bordeaux and Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen showing-off their certificates, as well as other newsworthy events from ours peers from around the world.
Norwegian expands its offerings from London Gatwick and Bergen, utilising its 737-800s.
Widerøe now links Bergen to Alesund with daily flights, utilising its Q300s and Q400s and competing with SAS.
Norwegian has carried 20 million passengers in the last 12 months, making it Europe’s third biggest LCC, but which airports will benefit most from the airline’s growth plans for S14? We examine the network changes in more detail and reveal which routes have been dropped, and which UK airport will no longer be welcoming any […]
Norwegian grows in Spain, launches 17 new routes this week.
While in a considerably better shape than airports in other European regions, Nordic airports have had their fair share of traffic drops in the last two years. But as most airports recover their traffic, Norwegian’s growth is slowly changing the dynamics within the region.
SAS launches seasonal flights from Bergen Airport, Copenhagen Airport, Gothenburg Airport, Oslo Airport, Stavanger Airport and Stockholm Arlanda Airport.
SAS resumes services from Stockholm Arlanda Airport to Madrid Airport.
Norwegian inaugurates Bangkok from Stockholm Arlanda; adds five seasonal routes from Nordic airports
Norwegian commences operations on the route from Stockholm Arlanda Airport to Bangkok Airport; launches five seasonal destinations from four Nordic airports.
DAT Dreamteam. These three people, husband and wife Kirsten (centre) and Jesper (right) Rungholm, who created the airline in 1989, along with MD, and now co-owner, Lars Høeg (left), have plotted a path for Danish Air Transport which has gradually seen it focus its scheduled activity on its home market of Denmark.
easyJet commences services from London Gatwick Airport to Bergen Airport; launches low-frequency flights from London Luton Airport to Olbia Airport.