Articles Tagged ‘Denmark’

15 fastest-growing intra-European country pairs this summer revealed

15 fastest-growing intra-European country pairs this summer revealed

We identify which country pairs are achieving the highest growth rates (percentage) this summer and also the biggest increase in actual seat numbers, and reveal which carriers are driving the growth. Plus the three fastest-shrinking country pairs revealed.

anna.aero presents at Avinor conference in Oslo

anna.aero presents at Avinor conference in Oslo

anna.aero’s Chief Analyst Ralph Anker (a good Norwegian surname apparently) was invited to make a presentation on “Key Trends In Aviation” at Avinor’s conference in Oslo this week. If you couldn’t make it to see the man himself present it, then at least take a look at the downloadable presentation, which contains material never previously […]

Denmark’s double celebration in 2014 – Eurovision hosts and airports to break 30m

Denmark’s double celebration in 2014 – Eurovision hosts and airports to break 30m

Denmark will be hosting Eurovision 2014 after Emmelie de Forest won the 2013 contest in Malmö at the weekend. The influx of foreign visitors expected for the 39-country, Europe-wide song contest may well be the additional traffic boost that sees Denmark’s airports top 30 million annual passengers for the first time next year.


Cimber Sterling’s bankruptcy: routes quickly taken over

Cimber Sterling’s bankruptcy: routes quickly taken over

After the announcement that Denmark’s regional/low-cost hybrid airline Cimber Sterling has filed for bankruptcy, other airlines are quickly moving in to fill the void on selected routes. Here’s our analysis of the routes up for grabs, and who is doing the cherry picking. (Updated regularly.)

Emirates set to help Copenhagen Airport break 22 million mark

Emirates set to help Copenhagen Airport break 22 million mark

Scandinavia’s busiest airport looks set to have a record-breaking year. Emirates recently became the newest airline to serve the Danish capital, further adding to the airport’s recent spate of new Middle Eastern routes. But which are the leading country markets? And which new routes will be starting later this year?

Nordic airports reporting solid growth in 2010-11; Keflavik, Gothenburg and Malmö all up more than 20% in May

Nordic airports reporting solid growth in 2010-11; Keflavik, Gothenburg and Malmö all up more than 20% in May

Since last April’s volcanic incident, the major Nordic airports have (nearly) all reported solid, uninterrupted growth. But which airports reported the best year-on-year growth in May, and how did the region’s capital airports fare in 2010 compared with 2009 and 2008?


Europe’s third-largest LCC Norwegian continues aggressive growth; long haul next in sight

Europe’s third-largest LCC Norwegian continues aggressive growth; long haul next in sight

anna.aero met with Norwegian at the airline’s headquarters in Oslo and found out about what is going on at fast-growing low-cost carrier. What is happening to its Polish base? Which markets is Norwegian eyeing for future expansion? And what are the plans for long haul operations all about?

Cimber Sterling 3rd in Copenhagen; operates mix of regional and European low-cost services

Cimber Sterling 3rd in Copenhagen; mix of regional and European low-costA year after Cimber Air rebranded as a hybrid regional/LCC, it is number 3 in Copenhagen, but how much of that is domestic? What changes have been made to the airline’s London Gatwick services? And which route will the airline take over from SAS this spring?

Transavia.com’s Copenhagen base serves 13 destinations; local LCCs compete on all but one

nl201109-airline-trans-100.jpgFilling the void left after Sterling, Transavia.com was one of three LCCs entering Copenhagen about a year ago. How big has the Transavia.com base become? Which destinations are served and how much competition is the airline faced with? How do its fares compare to the competition?


SAS’s troubles impacting Scandinavian airport traffic; Stockholm Skavsta still growing

Market TrendsCopenhagen received many famous visitors last week for the IOC’s vote on the location of the 2016 summer Olympics, but is the Danish capital still the leading airport in the Nordic region?

Cimber Sterling and Ryanair battle for lead at Billund; Legoland also served by BA, KLM and Lufthansa (but not SAS)

Cimber Sterling and Ryanair battle for lead at Billund; Legoland also served by BA, KLM and Lufthansa (but not SAS)Denmark’s second busiest airport has a major tourist attraction on its doorstep. But how has traffic developed in recent years and how seasonal is demand? And which routes have been added recently?

Evolution of a hub; the curious case of Copenhagen Airport

Article Thumbnail: Lead StoryThe collapse of Sterling last October deprived Copenhagen of its second biggest airline. But our analysis reveals that other carriers have stepped in to more than replace the lost capacity. However, some destinations have not been picked up. To find out which ones, and to see our full analysis, download our spreadsheet.