Articles Tagged ‘BOG’
It’s not often that we receive an FTWA from South America, indeed prior to this week we had received just three so far this year. Yet this week we have had five – the most of any region! See if any of these entries can emulate Quito Airport back in February which won its week […]
Turkish Airlines adds Bogota and Panama City to its network – the most extensive of any airline in the world.
TAM Airlines commences a four times weekly link between the two cities – oneworld member joins Avianca and LAN Airlines on the route.
VivaColombia will operate four weekly flights between the Colombian gateway and the Florida airport – will compete with three other carriers.
The firefighters at Delhi Airport now have not one but two Arch of Triumph certificates on the station walls, both won in 2015 – and happy they are about it too. Find out which one of 11 global airports has won one of the last Arch of Triumph titles of 2015.
Avianca begins a twice-weekly service to the Caribbean airport from Bogota – a route that will be flown by A318s.
Capacity in Guatemala is on the up again despite previous annual growth being inconsistent; Volaris becomes latest carrier
With an estimated population of 15.8 million, Guatemala is served by two commercial airports, Flores and Guatemala City. Even though growth has been inconsistent over the past 10 years, airline capacity in the country is rising once again – anna.aero looks to see whether this growth will be sustained or if past trends of decline […]
Mexico City Airport is not served by any MEB3 or Asian carriers; on course to pass 38m passengers in 2015
Mexico’s biggest airport recorded its busiest ever year in 2014, handling over 34 million passengers. anna.aero looks at demand since 2005, the airport’s seasonality profile and which are the leading airlines and routes from the capital.
Avianca re-launches services from Bogota to Los Angeles, a route that has not operated since January 2011. It also adds San Jose to San Andreas Island services.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Larnaca Airport greets with a cake cutting ceremony the arrival of transavia.com’s four weekly flights from Amsterdam, while KLM celebrates the announcement of its Amsterdam-Belfast City airport pair effective from 18 May. More news from Dortmund Airport.
With nearly 4,200 votes cast, it was a close-run thing, but Tampa in the US saw off a fierce challenge from New Zealand’s Wellington Airport to win Part I of anna.aero’s legendary Cake of the Week public vote. Vote for your favourite baked treat – including this offering from Amsterdam ‒ here in the S15 […]
While South America is still considered by many as an emerging market, air transport has become extremely significant for the development of the region. As weekly departing seats have increased by 2.4% this March, anna.aero investigates the top dozen country and city pairs respectively within South America.