Articles Tagged ‘BOG’
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Winnipeg and Geneva airports receive their certificates for Sunwing Airlines and VLM respectively. More news from Manchester, Kosice, Providenciales and Cebu airports as well as from Etihad Airways.
Situated on the isthmus connecting North and South America, Panama is served by 18 commercial airports providing scheduled airline services in 2015. With Panama City controlling 94% of the country’s scheduled seat capacity this January, anna.aero investigates the airlines operating in this interesting market and reveals which is the #1 country market.
anna.aero undertakes an in-depth analysis of exactly what are the top 13 routes flown by USA’s fifth biggest carrier – JetBlue Airways – from its third busiest operational base in terms of weekly capacity this December – Fort Lauderdale.
Christchurch Airport proudly displays its certificate for last week’s win following the start of China Airlines services. Find out which African airport has made a last ditched attempt to swipe the 2014 ‘Arch of Triumph’ trophy.
VivaColombia joins Avianca and LAN Airlines in linking Bogota to Lima with thrice-weekly flights, using its A320s.
Nestled away in the north-west corner of South America, Ecuador is served by 19 commercial airports providing scheduled airline services in 2014. With the country’s major gateways at Quito and Guayaquil having increased their combined annual seat capacity by 6.8% since we last looked at Ecuador four years ago, anna.aero investigates the airlines operating in […]
One of Latin America’s best-managed economies, Peru is also an aviation hot-spot, having seen its gateways offering 15 million one-way seats this year. As LAN Airlines commands over half of weekly seats, anna.aero investigates the carriers operating in this dynamic market and reveals which is the first international country market this October.
SATENA now connects Bogota and Cali to Tumaco with daily flights, using a mixed fleet of ATR 42-500s and ERJ 145s. Competes against Avianca on the sector from Bogota.
VivaColombia now serves Panama City/Balboa with daily flights from Bogota and four weekly operations from Medellin, using its A320s.
VivaColombia is now entering into its third year of operations and just this week has added its first two international routes to its network. anna.aero last looked at this LCC when it was set-up in May 2012, so it’s well overdue for an appraisal.
Avianca adds new domestic route from Bogota to Villavicencio with twice-daily flights, using ATR 72s. Competes against LAN Airlines and SATENA.
Avianca resumes operations from Bogota to London Heathrow with four weekly flights, using its A330-200s.