Articles Tagged ‘Birmingham’
As European airlines look to rebuild their networks and stimulate traffic, anna.aero looks at the largest markets in Northern Europe which were underserved by pan-European based low-cost airlines from the south of the continent pre-pandemic, with leisure being the market that is expected to rebound the quickest.
Loganair to more than double its network from the Isle of Man while increasing frequencies on existing routees. Three based aircraft from 1 July.
Melbourne is to have a larger international network than domestic. We look at what’s happening and key unserved US markets from the Florida airport.
In a wide-ranging interview with Jonathan Hinkles, Loganair MD, he told us that the carrier has “no ambition to have 60+ aircraft and looking like flybe.”
11 of flybe’s most profitable international routes still unserved – but what are they? Southampton key, with 121% fare premium over Ryanair at Bournemouth.
Five routes revealed by Jet2 – with one unserved since 2014 and another ended this current year. In 2019, they had 191,000 passengers; we explore them.
Only 17 of flybe’s 77 international routes last Sept are now operated. WF are down by 342 YOY, with Southampton hardest hit. Which routes will return?
Eastern Airways starts Teesside – LHR, connecting the two after 11 years; Aer Lingus Regional fills core void from Belfast City; and Clermont-Ferrand’s again connected with Orly.
Aer Lingus Regional has launched Birmingham and Manchester from Belfast City, with these two routes having 546,000 passengers last year.
These 15 airports had 126 million seats last year, down 22 million vs. 2010. Yet since 2015, 13 have been clawing back capacity, with seats up 9.5 million.
With Breeze starting scheduled ops next May, we think about its network and look at 4 underserved US cities that could have 66+ routes with between 2 and 5 weekly flights.
We analyse the development of these routes and look at how flybe and Aer Lingus Regional’s frequencies differ as easyJet’s grows at nearby Belfast International.