Articles Tagged ‘Corendon Airlines’
Düsseldorf Airport has celebrated the new base opening of Corendon Airlines and Corendon Airlines Europe. Two based aircraft will serve more than 20 destinations from Düsseldorf. Besides Turkey, the main focus is on the classic holiday destinations in the Mediterranean and the Canary Islands.
As Corendon announces two new bases, with 15 new routes from Düsseldorf, we look at what it’ll introduce and the scheduling of its two based aircraft.
Qatar Airways begins Cebu, its fourth Philippine destination; Corendon Airlines launches Basel – Izmir, Alliance soaks up in the sun in Sunny Coast; and more.
Corendon Airlines started Basel – Izmir on 23 July, with Kayseri launching next month.
Münster/Osnabrück is to be connected to two more Turkish destinations as Corendon Airlines avails of the gap left by others.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Corendon Airlines bases a 737-800 at Münster/Osnabrück, opening 10 routes to Adana, Antalya, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, Heraklion, Hurghada, Izmir, Kos, Rhodes and Tenerife South. More news also from Birmingham Airport.
Wroclaw traffic jumps 17% in 2018 to over three million; welcomes 14% rise in passengers during Q1 2019; ULCCs dominate capacity
Wroclaw Airport handled 3.35 million passengers in 2018, a rise of 145% versus the levels encountered 10 years ago. anna.aero’s Assistant Editor Mohammad Bhimani looks at the airport’s recent traffic developments and new routes which have contributed to its successful growth over the last decade.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Vancouver Airport celebrates as Delta Air Lines converts its Atlanta link to a year-round service, Münster/Osnabrück confirms Corendon Airlines’ base announcement, plus news on Routes Americas 2020 and the new Silk Sky air transport forum to be hosted by St. Petersburg Airport.
Germany-Turkey market suffers slide in 2016 and 2017; return to growth on the horizon, Turkish Airlines is leading carrier
The available seats on services between Germany and Turkey fell by 7.9% to 14.80 million in 2017. This was the second consecutive years of cuts, although early indications are that the market will return to growth in 2018. Nick Preston looks at capacity trends in this country pair over the past 10 years.
Turkish market grows 11% in 2017, bouncing above the records of 2015; Istanbul accounts for 50% of traffic; Antalya leads net passenger growth
With Turkey set to open one of the world’s biggest airports this year, it is certainly an exciting time for Turkish aviation. Given the setbacks encountered in 2016, the nation has bounced back in abundance. Jonathan Ford explores in more depth the recent developments of the Turkish market.
Gdansk on course to hit four million passenger mark; Amsterdam is largest unserved market; Wizz Air-Ryanair domination starts to show
Since the turn of the millennium, Gdansk has witnessed rapid growth, and from handling fewer than 600,000 passengers in 2000, it is on course to welcome four million this year. We take a closer look at the airport with regards to carrier development and route changes, as well as delving into new route opportunities from […]
This week, anna.aero remembers Jasim Al Beloushi, the Dubai Airport firefighter who made the ultimate sacrifice saving the lives of others when Emirates flight EK521 crash landed on 3 August.