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In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Manchester Airport welcomes Aviation Minister Baroness Sugg as part of its 80th birthday celebrations, while Routes Europe 2019 host Hannover welcomes the first Azur Air charter service from Antalya. More news from Iasi, Catania, Memmingen and Yangon airports.
easyJet also bases a sixth aircraft in Northern Ireland and expands from more bases in France and Italy.
Having begun life in April 2012 this quirky LCC will operate 271 routes in a peak S18 week, that’s 213 more than it did in February. Marc Watkins highlights Volotea’s extreme seasonality, its busiest airports and where it’s growing this summer.
Malta passes six million passenger landmark in 2017; national carrier leads the way this summer, Italy and UK are largest markets
Malta Airport welcomed six million passengers in 2017, 17.5% up on the previous year. Nick Preston examines its recent traffic trends, including the leading airlines, destinations and country markets, while the airport’s CEO and Head of Traffic Development discuss recent route developments and the future focus.
Volotea adds 10 new low frequency connections across Europe.
In the lead up to the anna.aero-RABA Heathrow HubLAB Conference next month, we look at Heathrow’s underserved potential for routes to Europe. The top 25 European airports without services to Heathrow are identified, including five in Turkey and four each in Italy and Spain.
London Southend welcomes the launch of daily flights by Air Malta; anna.aero joins the airport and airline to celebrate the start of services
On 4 May Air Malta began the first of three new year-round direct routes to London Southend, with a service from its home base, followed by the launch of flights from Cagliari on 6 May and from Catania on 7 May. anna.aero’s Chief Analyst Nick Preston joined the airport and airline on 8 May to […]
Air Malta’s tailfin will now be visible every day at the London airport; restarts Manchester link.
easyJet starts flights from French base to Catania, Faro, Luxembourg and Tel Aviv.
London Southend bounces back with 25% growth in 2017; two new carriers announced; Dublin and Amsterdam are top destinations
London Southend has been rejuvenated under the stewardship of Stobart Group, and handled 1.09 million passengers last year, an impressive 25% increase on the figures of 2016. With the airport set to welcome two new carriers in 2018, Nick Preston looks at its recent network trends and upcoming route launches.
“Cake, we all like a bit of cake don’t we? I know I do. I love a bit of cake. I do. I just like cake.” Not our words, but the words of Marjorie Dawes, a character from noughties British sitcom Little Britain. We couldn’t have put it any better ourselves Marjorie – and here […]
Eurowings starts 11 new services, including the establishing of base operations in Nuremberg.