Articles Tagged ‘coronavirus’
Sibiu Airport, located in the heart of Romania, talks to us about its incentive scheme to kickstart growth to pre-pandemic levels.
Domestic flights are down by 36% this week from coronavirus, while international is 76% lower. There has been little progress in restoring capacity since last summer.
ASM’s MD takes us through what he thinks route development in 2021 will look like based on surveys with airlines (170+ replies) and over 50 meetings.
Over eight in ten Air France flights are at Paris next week, with CDG having 143 of the carrier’s 173 international routes. Where’s top?
Routes Reconnected – Routes’ first hybrid event – kicks off on 30 November. anna.aero will produce three jam-packed Hybrid Dailies full of news, analysis, and coverage.
American Airlines’ (briefly?) cut 15 airports had 1.7 million seats last year; Roswell would lose most
American Airlines had 19 routes from these 15 airports with 37 daily flights. Roswell was #1 by seats and was only served by American. We explore connections on the shortest route, Florence – Charlotte.
Routes Reconnected is a route development platform combining virtual and live events, which anna.aero will cover with three Show Dailies full of news, analysis, and coverage that showcases the whole event.
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.
easyJet to cut network; Germany worst-performing with ~£84m estimated loss in past year, RDC’s Apex shows
With easyJet cutting its fleet size and reducing its network, we look at its top- and worst-performing countries and country-pairs using RDC’s Apex tool.
Few think about airport cleaning, yet it’ll be crucial post-COVID-19. Siobhan Boyle, from Veovo, looks at how it’ll change in this compelling article.
Air France phasing out A380s also means the end of its quads. We look into why this is very good, together with exploring its A380 operations.
Thomas Schnalke, Düsseldorf CEO, says the crisis will affect demand long-term and is using its experience in coordinating very closely with the industry.