Articles Tagged ‘CLY’
Blue Air boosts Bacau base with 5 routes; carrier’s total seats down 1/4 as focuses on profitability
Romania’s Blue Air adds 5 routes despite big cuts as moves towards sustainable profitability. We see what these new routes are and explore how the carrier has been changing.
Brussels Charleroi and Air Corsica celebrate their 100,000th passenger 18 months after services started
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, along with the celebrations at Brussels Charleroi, OAG congratulates Chicago O’Hare for being the most-connected airport in the US, while Dublin Airport and Norwegian see 250,000 passengers on transatlantic services in just 14 months.
easyJet adds three lines from Basel and 10 from Tegel – also marks return of Norway to route map.
Air Corsica begins flights from its third Corsican airport to Belgian capital.
Helvetic Airways adds its fifth route from the Swiss airport; also starts Calvi connection.
Despite issues of Brexit, London Luton and Manchester see biggest increase in seats by easyJet in S17; four new airports added
In S17 easyJet’s top two airports for seat growth are both, maybe surprisingly, in the UK. Vienna, the location of the carrier’s new EU operation, is only placed 60th when it comes to net seat gains this summer. We take a closer look to see where and how Europe’s #2 LCC is growing.
easyJet adds new services from bases in France, Germany, Italy, Switzerland and UK.
Air Corsica looking for international market opportunities; Ajaccio is carrier’s number one airport; has fleet of 11 aircraft
Air Corsica is based at the Corsican airport of Ajaccio, and it is the official carrier of CONNECT 2017. anna.aero caught up with the airline’s Hervé Pierret, Member of Management Board, to find out more about its operation and to see why it is so keen to expand its international presence.
Air France still dominant in French domestic market but easyJet, Volotea and newcomer Fly KISS all gaining ground slowly
We look back at the last decade and see how market shares have shifted in the French domestic market. Plus an analysis of the growth in traffic on the leading regional French domestic routes as LCCs have made their presence felt since 2008.
This week’s winner has secured its first victory of 2016, but its fourth overall since the competition began in 2013 (a year it didn’t win in!). Discover the European airport’s FTWA secrets to success here.
Germania Flug starts its first flight at Switzerland’s fourth largest airport.
SWISS adds flights from Geneva to seven European destinations including the airline’s second route to Dublin.