Articles Tagged ‘Brussels Charleroi’
95% of Ryanair seats are due to touch the UK, Spain, and Italy this coming summer – up from 78% in pre-coronavirus summer 2019.
We look at Ryanair’s most profitable airports and see fast growth, strong dominance, and a number of surprises that help to better understand this ULCC.
As Wizz Air reveals 21 new + resumed routes, we look at what and where – with core unserved routes now to be served. Despite coronavirus, anna.aero has reported on 88 new Wizz Air routes in 16 days (!).
Italy again featured high in the airport prizes – Venice Marco Polo for the most new carriers, while Bari and Trapani both secured Traffic Growth Prizes. Moscow Domodedovo gained the Most New Routes, while Istanbul Atatürk and Schiphol share the valuable title for Most New Non-European Routes.
Want some airport (and airline) awards that are based on transparent analysis of numerical data? You got it. Will it throw up some unusual winners? You bet.
flydubai and Wataniya Airways expand in Gulf; Angoulême’s London link is rebuilt; Continental drops Bristol; Swiss swaps routes at Basel
This week’s new route headlines come from the Middle East. Flydubai and Wataniya Airways grow their networks as Qatar Airways praises its new Indian route. Continental drops a UK destinations while Swiss does a route swap in Basel.
Ryanair must have broken some kind of record this week by single-handedly starting 67 new routes. Which countries benefited most and how many routes does that make in total? Which new routes started with the highest weekly frequency?
It’s now over 10 years since Ryanair first put Brussels Charleroi on the map. Since then it has carried over 11 million passengers through the airport. How many aircraft are based there this winter and what routes are operated? Which routes have been abandoned along the way and which one recently made a spectacular comeback?