Articles Tagged ‘BRI’
Regional connectivity in Italy, Spain and Turkey analysed; winners and losers between 2009 and 2015 revealed
We recently looked at regional airport connectivity in France, Germany and the UK. Now it’s the turn of Italy, Spain and Turkey to be examined in more detail – the remainder of the FIGUST countries. We look at connections from 25 airports in these three countries to over 20 cities across Europe.
Wizz Air adds Bari, Cologne Bonn, Geneva, Memmingen and Naples from Bulgaria.
Vueling starts 69 weekly flights from seven airports to 34 other airports across Europe.
Volotea launches eight new routes from destinations in Greece, Spain and Italy.
Turkish Airlines begins flights to Bari and Porto – both with four times weekly services.
Ryanair commences 21 European routes with the start of the summer season using its 737-800s. Directly competes on six of the new additions.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, London Stansted Airport celebrates the Cake of the Week award for Flybe’s new route to Isle of Man, while Brussels Airport marks the opening of the Connector building. More news from Sofia, Sibiu and Munich airports.
Wizz Air now links Cluj-Napoca to Bari with twice-weekly flights, using its A320s.
The primary gateway to the capital city of the Italian region of Tuscany, Florence Airport handled 2.3 million passengers last year (a new record high). With a total of 12 airlines flying to 16 non-stop destinations, anna.aero takes a closer look at the airport’s recent activity and reveals how dominant Air France is this January.
Vueling’s Rome base is still expanding this summer but it seems to be re-thinking its strategy with regard to domestic flights as it axes service to Bari, Brindisi and Lamezia Terme. Competitors Alitalia and Ryanair will not be upset.
Wizz Air commences eight new routes from Chisinau to Milan/Bergamo, Gdansk to Groningen, Katowice to Maastricht Aachen, Poznan to Glasgow, as well as from Timisoara to Bari, Brussels Charleroi, Frankfurt Hahn and Memmingen, with twice-weekly flights.
Ryanair adds eight new routes utilising its 737-800s and competes with Vueling, Jetairfly, Thomas Cook Airlines Belgium and eurolot.