Articles Tagged ‘Brussels Airlines’
The biggest new route cake in Riga Airport history (it weighed 16kg and measured 1m x 1m) is just one of the 28 entries in the W17/18 Part I Cake of the Week competition. And yes you, the humble anna.aero reader, has the chance to select which one of these baked beauties scoops this top […]
Brussels Airlines launched new services from Brussels to Agadir, Enfidha, Hurghada and Lanzarote on 28 October, followed by a link to Marsa Alam on 30 October.
Brussels Airport returns to natural growth; on course to pass 24 million passengers in 2017; anna.aero meets with CEO Arnaud Feist
Brussels Airport serves the capital of Belgium and Europe. This year will see the airport return to natural growth, with every month since November being record-breaking for the hub. We recently travelled to the airport to speak with its CEO Arnaud Feist to find out more about what lies ahead for the airport.
70 airlines, 500+ delegates to attend Future Travel Experience Ancillary in Dublin next week – Ryanair’s MOL to give keynote
Next week hundreds of airlines, airports and tech stakeholders will gather in Dublin for anna.aero sister initiative Future Travel Experience Ancillary, to define how new digital ancillary revenue streams can be created at every stage of the travel experience. The show has the official support of Ryanair, and Michael O’Leary will deliver the keynote speech. […]
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Brussels Airport celebrates with Belgium’s national carrier the start of flights between Brussels and Mumbai, while Vueling celebrates its five year anniversary at Brest. More news also from St. Petersburg and Munich airports.
LOT Polish Airlines, Finnair lead network expansion race among Europe’s flag carriers; British Airways adds 20 new routes in two years
We reveal by how much Europe’s flag carriers have expanded their networks from their main bases since 2015. Iberia, KLM and Turkish Airlines have also been busy celebrating many new routes. Plus the top 20 flag carriers by routes served from their main airports.
Belfast airports welcomed a record 7.81 million passengers in 2016; international traffic doubles since the turn of the Millennium
Belfast in Northern Ireland is served by two airports – City and International. Last year the two combined welcomed a record number of passengers, with it being the first year since 2002 to see traffic grow at a double-digit rate. We take a closer look at the city’s traffic growth and how it is split between […]
Cologne Bonn conquers Part I ‒ Now choose Cake of the Week Part II – Vote for the victor from 32 culinary creations from S17 launches
Narrowly beating the Ryanair cake created in Newcastle, Cologne Bonn secured the Cake of the Week Public Vote Part I for its Wizz Air route launch cake. 32 more entries have been received over the last seven days, as the world’s airports look to become the Part II victor – scrumptious!
Oslo Airport outdoes its opposition to win the Part I of Arch of Triumph Public Vote; Now it’s S17 launches – Part II
Nearly 600 votes were cast to determine who the world thinks performed the best FTWA to mark the start of S17 ‒ with Oslo Gardermoen’s firefighters coming out on top. Europe’s fire stations still reign supreme, as the Norwegian airport becomes the region’s tenth straight winner in the Public Votes.
Brussels Airlines links its Belgian hub to Mumbai – also begins Funchal and Yerevan services.
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.
Milan Linate still handling close to 10 million annual passengers; Alitalia has 55% of seats and monopoly on busiest route to Rome
Milan’s third busiest airport is the closest to downtown. Flights are capped at Milan Linate so growth has been negligible in recent years. We look at the leading airlines and routes, seasonality and the pattern of daily operations. Plus we reveal which routes Alitalia has dropped in the last 18 months.