Articles Tagged ‘CGN’
Delta targets US Airways at LaGuardia; Oman offers more Pakistan; CPH has ‘six’ appeal for Cimber; Alitalia swings axe at Malpensa; Ryanair/Wizz Air grow in CEE
More analysis of the latest route development announcements; this week from Europe, the Middle East and North America. Also featuring some analysis of Ryanair’s new base at Kaunas, Wizz Air’s new Serbian and Romanian routes and a swopping of LCCs at Friedrichshafen.
Have LCCs stimulated traffic in the German domestic market? We look at traffic between Dresden and Leipzig, and various German airports to see how demand has developed in the last seven years.
A big anna.aero welcome to Air Kiribati making their first appearance in our news section. We also have details of new routes (and celebratory pictures) started this week in Canada, Colombia, the Dominican Republic, Egypt, Estonia, Finland, Germany, India, Latvia, Malaysia, Mexico, the Netherlands, Puerto Rico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Spain, Sudan, Turkey, the UAE, the UK, and the USA.
Lufthansa’s in-house LCC is celebrating its seventh birthday with several new routes. But how has the network developed season-by-season from each of its five bases? Which country markets lead the way this winter?
Here it is: Analysis, pictures and trivia on over 130 new routes that have started during the last seven days, involving over 40 airlines. Sorry if we’ve missed any. Please let us know and we can include them next week.
The start of September sees increased activity on the new route front. Nearly 30 new routes from 18 airlines covering Africa, Australia, Europe, India, Middle East, New Zealand, South America and the USA. Something for everyone.
Airlines are increasingly using their aircraft as flying billboards to promote a wide variety of events and products. This includes places and regions that they operate to. Now AirAsia X is promoting a potential future route.
TUIfly was only created in 2007 from the merger of hlx and Hapagfly. Which are its biggest airports and which have been hardest hit by this winter’s capacity reduction? Which are the airline’s leading country markets and how is its domestic network developing?
Six new routes that started this week from six different airlines, plus an update on one that was supposed to start this week but has been delayed.
Germany’s biggest LCC airport overtook Stuttgart last year to become the country’s sixth busiest airport. Germanwings and TUIfly share over half the market as local carriers dominate the airport scene. The airport has introduced a facility to help passengers generate connections and even has a transatlantic service with Continental to Newark.
Mainland Europe’s busiest airport for low-cost airlines, and Germanwings is the leading airline with its new HQ at the airport. How has the airline grown its network since operations began in late 2002? Which routes has it dropped and how much overlap is there with other airlines at the airport? Which destinations have fallen out of favour this winter?