Articles Tagged ‘CRL’
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.
95% of Ryanair seats are due to touch the UK, Spain, and Italy this coming summer – up from 78% in pre-coronavirus summer 2019.
We look at Ryanair’s most profitable airports and see fast growth, strong dominance, and a number of surprises that help to better understand this ULCC.
With another 27 routes revealed, including eight from Bucharest, eight from Varna, and three from Odesa, we look at the carrier’s summer plans.
Amongst this week’s new airline routes launched, Emirates finally gets the go-ahead to serve Mexico City and Air Belgium connects the Caribbean with Brussels Charleroi.
Air Belgium launches services to Guadeloupe and Martinique from Brussels Charleroi with twice-weekly flights.
Ryanair starts numerous routes in W19, with highlights including flights from Malta to Paphos, Santiago de Compostela and Trieste.
Laudamotion launches its bumper W19 offering with many new services from Vienna. Highlights include to Birmingham, Bordeaux, Brussels South Charleroi, Edinburgh, Münster/Osnabrück, Riga, Stockholm Skavsta and Vilnius.
In this week’s Network Planning Community Newsletter, Edinburgh Airport celebrates record passenger growth in S19, Air Belgium announces scheduled service from Brussels Charleroi, Bombardier Belfast wins award for engineering innovation and Ethiopian Airlines celebrates one year since the resumption of flights to Eritrea following a 20-year hiatus.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Lauda, the new name of Laudamotion, has confirmed 21 new routes from Vienna for W19/20, including Agadir, Birmingham, Liverpool and Münster. More news also from Ryanair which has confirmed it will add Kharkiv and Odessa in Ukraine to its network in June.
Wizz Air to base third A320 in Kutaisi and open six new routes; results in a total of 27 routes for 2019 and over one million seats
On 1 February, Wizz Air confirmed that from August it will base a third aircraft in Kutaisi and launch six new routes to Bari, Basel, Brussels Charleroi, Copenhagen, Eindhoven and Tallinn. Jonathan Ford looks at the airline’s development from Kutaisi and gives more in-depth knowledge of the routes being launched.
As the final collection of entries are assessed for the 2018 Arch of Triumph competition, we reveal which airport was crowned the annual winner. We received 434 entries in 2018 and competition was fierce but the successful airport is a returning champion. Read on to find out more!