Articles Tagged ‘Billund’
As Wizz Air reveals 21 new + resumed routes, we look at what and where – with core unserved routes now to be served. Despite coronavirus, anna.aero has reported on 88 new Wizz Air routes in 16 days (!).
As Wizz Air announces its next Ukraine base, Lviv, with significant stimulation expected, we look at its network from this increasingly important country.
Billund Airport can confirm that Europe’s third largest low-cost airline, Norwegian, opened a new base at the airport on 1 April, stationing a 186-seat 737-800. With this commitment to the airport, Norwegian will open-up eight new destinations.
Billund Airport breaks 3-million passenger milestone in 2016; Brussels Airlines, Czech Airlines, Finnair and Wizz Air all new since start of 2015
Billund is famous as the home of Lego but its airport is Denmark’s second biggest with a growing portfolio of full-service and low-cost carriers. We reveal the airport’s seasonality, leading airlines and most popular country markets.
Michael O’Leary dressed as a Lego brick? Well, what did you expect when Ryanair announced that it would station two aircraft at the Danish airport next March? But how many additional flights will Ryanair be offering with these new aircraft? And which seven destinations has Ryanair previously operated and then abandoned from the airport?
Cimber Sterling and Ryanair battle for lead at Billund; Legoland also served by BA, KLM and Lufthansa (but not SAS)
Denmark’s second busiest airport has a major tourist attraction on its doorstep. But how has traffic developed in recent years and how seasonal is demand? And which routes have been added recently?
CRJ and ATR operator Cimber Air has decided to take on some of Sterling’s old routes with some of Sterling’s aircraft. What has Cimber’s network strategy been so far? From where will competition come on its new expanded route network?
Skavsta and Billund only Nordic airports growing at least 10% in May and June;
Oslo gaining on Copenhagen
We take a look at how airport traffic has developed in the second quarter of 2008 at the major airports serving the Nordic countries. Whose airports were most affected by the re-timing of Easter and how is the battle among the ‘big-3′ shaping up?
A country that has removed a tax on aviation? Surely some mistake. But what effect has it had on Danish air travel, especially in the domestic market? Apart from Copenhagen which other Danish airports have international services and what impact are LCCs having in the country? What role have bridges played in recent traffic trends?