Articles Tagged ‘Copenhagen’
Wizz Air is to open its second base in Bosnia and Herzegovina at Sarajevo. No routes have direct competition and its first aircraft is now fully allocated.
The Faroe Islands was to have New York and London flights this year, but both have been postponed. We talk to the airport’s CEO about new route development.
Copenhagen has the largest number of routes of any Scandinavian airport and 83% of its routes were quickly reinstated when traffic resumed in July.
Copenhagen – Bilbao is unserved with 22,000 pax, 18% YOY growth, 485,000+ searches, + a good avg fare. We look at who could operate it + likely performance.
With another 27 routes revealed, including eight from Bucharest, eight from Varna, and three from Odesa, we look at the carrier’s summer plans.
As Wizz Air announces 23 new routes, we look at what and where. Five of these routes involve St Petersburg, thanks to that city’s new e-visas and seventh freedoms.
SAS Scandinavian Airlines returns to Los Angeles; significant opportunity as rival Norwegian cuts back transatlantic network.
30-Second Interview – Bernard Lavelle, Aviation Business Development Director, London Southend Airport
anna.aero’s Chief Analyst Nick Preston paid a visit to London Southend last week to see it welcome its latest carrier, Air Malta. While on site, there was also an opportunity to discuss the airport’s plans for future growth and network expansion with its Aviation Business Development Director, Bernard Lavelle.
Scandinavian Airlines targets long-haul growth in 2016; many new US services confirmed; Gothenburg Airport is fastest-growing presence
SAS survived a near-death experience in 2012 and is once again profitable. We look at how the Star Alliance carrier has grown capacity at its three major hubs in the last few years and what seasonality issues it faces.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Birmingham Airport celebrates passing 10 million passengers in the past 12 months, while Beijing Capital Airlines commences its first long-haul charter programme to Copenhagen. More news also from Amsterdam, as well as Frankfurt, Glasgow and Newcastle airports, plus Ryanair.
Ryanair will join fellow LCCs easyJet and Norwegian, along with British Airways and SAS, in serving the London-Copenhagen market in 2015. We reveal how demand has grown since 1996 and which carriers have been operating in the market.
Norwegian closing the gap on SAS; new long-haul flights increase pressure on Scandinavia’s biggest airline
Less than a year ago SAS’ future was in doubt. Despite its precarious financial position, very few routes were axed, and plenty have been added. But Norwegian is growing fast and competing on all of SAS’ major routes. We reveal at which major airports Norwegian is now bigger than SAS.