Articles Tagged ‘Carpatair’
Since joining the European Union at the beginning of 2007 the demand for air travel to and from Romania has increased considerably. Liberalisation of the market has enabled competition to flourish and helped Blue Air and Wizz Air to develop their local bases, while easyJet and Ryanair have also entered this market. anna.aero investigates the […]
The main gateway to the Republic of Moldova, Chisinau Airport – formerly known as Kishinev – handled 1.3 million passengers in 2013, growing by 8.2%. Following a rapid increase in 2014 passenger traffic, anna.aero investigates Chisinau’s recent activity and reveals its top 12 airlines for this January.
There is a new world order. Although on the pitch Bayern Munich were given a football lesson last night, the city’s airport has given all its global peers a master class in producing a fine ‘Arch of Triumph’. Doncaster Sheffield shows off its winning certificate for last week’s win using water pistols.
Carpatair becomes scheduled airline #4 at Lublin Airport and Rome destination #5 for the Polish airport.
Timisoara Airport: traffic declines as Carpatair goes into administration; Wizz Air is new market leader with 49% of seats
Following a period of rapid growth between 2005 and 2011, when Timisoara Airport’s traffic doubled, the airport was recently affected by Carpatair’s operational rationalisation. We take a closer look at the airport’s recent activity and reveal how dominant Wizz Air has become after Carpatair suspended operations on 17 January.
Carpatair starts serving London Luton Airport from Chisinau Airport in Moldova with twice-weekly flights.
Carpatair connects Bacau Airport and Rome Fiumicino Airport with thrice-weekly flights.
Carpatair commences thrice-weekly flights from Romanian Bacau Airport to Milan Bergamo Airport.
Aalborg Airport turns 75; Athens, Menorca, Palma de Mallorca and Riga show their cakes; Volotea and Ryanair celebrate passenger landmarks
In this week’s Network Planning Community News anna.aero brings you wonderful celebratory cakes from Menorca, Mallorca, Riga and Athens, as well as reports from all over Europe, including that from Aalborg Airport’s 75th anniversary celebration.
Carpatair now flies from Chisinau in Moldova to Rome Fiumicino Airport and Milan Bergamo Airport in Italy.
Carpatair of Romania now flies from Chisinau on Moldova to Venice Marco Polo Airport in Italy.
A very busy week with 75 new routes starting in all corners of the world. But which Chinese airline launched its second trans-Pacific route? Which North American airline launched six transatlantic services? And which two airlines relaunched landmark services between Dubrovnik and Belgrade?