Articles Tagged ‘CLO’
In this week’s Network Planning Community Newsletter, JetSMART announces first flights to Columbia and takes initial A320neo; Clark International celebrates Arch of Triumph win; Ryanair announces 42 Ukrainian routes; Air Austral places an A220 order and we forecast initial routes; Spirit announces Nashville base expansion just after launch, and Emirates adds A380 to Cairo…
Avianca begins routes from Cali to Bucaramanga, San Andres Island and Santa Marta.
Europe has been below par during the past few weeks in regards to its FTWA calibre, going a month without a win, with Milan Bergamo being the last airport on the continent to claim a weekly victory. With two entries this week, has Stockholm Arlanda or Prague done enough to bring back Europe’s winning form?
Star Alliance network covers 1,000+ airports and 4,000+ routes; Frankfurt remains largest hub (for now); SIN – LHR is #1 route for ASKs
The Star Alliance is made up of 27 carriers, with its largest member being United Airlines. During the past 12 months, the members’ collective seat capacity has grown 3.7%, with the alliance offering over eight million monthly one-way seats. We look at Star’s top 12 routes in relation to ASKs and seats, top airports and […]
Colombian traffic up 7.4% for first half of 2016; grows 63% since the turn of the decade; Bogota – Medellin #1 route despite passenger drop
Since 2010 Colombian domestic traffic has grown 59% while international traffic has risen 74%. Within the past year the nation has welcomed Air Europa and Turkish Airlines to its airline roll call, while at the same time another European carrier has ended flights to the South American nation. We take a closer look at traffic […]
The primary international gateway to Ecuador, Quito Airport (perhaps better known as Mariscal Sucre International Airport) handled six million passengers last year (a new record high). We look at the airport’s rapid growth since 2003 and its operating airlines for this May.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Larnaca Airport greets with a cake cutting ceremony the arrival of transavia.com’s four weekly flights from Amsterdam, while KLM celebrates the announcement of its Amsterdam-Belfast City airport pair effective from 18 May. More news from Dortmund Airport.
With nearly 4,200 votes cast, it was a close-run thing, but Tampa in the US saw off a fierce challenge from New Zealand’s Wellington Airport to win Part I of anna.aero’s legendary Cake of the Week public vote. Vote for your favourite baked treat – including this offering from Amsterdam ‒ here in the S15 […]
KLM now links Amsterdam to Cali in Colombia via Bogota with thrice-weekly flights, using its 777-200s.
One of Latin America’s best-managed economies, Peru is also an aviation hot-spot, having seen its gateways offering 15 million one-way seats this year. As LAN Airlines commands over half of weekly seats, anna.aero investigates the carriers operating in this dynamic market and reveals which is the first international country market this October.
SATENA now connects Bogota and Cali to Tumaco with daily flights, using a mixed fleet of ATR 42-500s and ERJ 145s. Competes against Avianca on the sector from Bogota.
The oldest commercial carrier in Latin America, Avianca has been growing impressively in recent years, following the integration of TACA Airlines’ operations. As the Star Alliance member is now serving a total of 54 destinations worldwide, anna.aero investigates how dominant Avianca is at Bogota and which is its top country market this summer.