Articles Tagged ‘Dortmund’
There are two things Wizz Air is doing differently to the industry during coronavirus, including big network diversification. How is it performing margin-wise?
We look at Wizz Air’s most profitable airports. Two of its big airports aren’t in its most-profitable list, while others punch well above their weight.
Wizz Air has opened its new Catania base. It’ll have 20 routes from the airport when are all operational.
As Wizz Air announces 23 new routes, we look at what and where. Five of these routes involve St Petersburg, thanks to that city’s new e-visas and seventh freedoms.
Dortmund gains Ryanair but loses easyJet services; Wizz Air is leading airline with 16 routes to Central Europe
Famous for its football team and beers, Dortmund’s airport is home to several LCCs but not Lufthansa, at least not directly. Which are the airport’s leading routes and which new destinations is Ryanair adding in 2013? Which new destinations has Wizz Air started this year, and what has been easyJet’s history at the airport?
German airport traffic growth driven by long-haul; Dortmund gains from Wizz Air, Nuremberg loses due to airberlin
Overall traffic is up at German airports, but the domestic market is down. Which airports are having a particularly worrying start to 2012 and which not-supposed-to-still-be-open airport is doing rather well? How have the top 10 German airports performed over the last five years?
Lufthansa’s in-house LCC is celebrating its seventh birthday with several new routes. But how has the network developed season-by-season from each of its five bases? Which country markets lead the way this winter?
Only three of Germany’s top 20 airports have reported growth this year. How have Lufthansa’s two hubs at Frankfurt and Munich performed? And which new airport is heading for top 20 status?
Since opening its Dortmund base in July 2004, easyJet has only grown its route network from eight to 11 routes and there have been some high profile casualties along the way. We look at easyJet’s monthly load factors by route for 2007 and see whether the newest routes are likely to survive.
easyJet’s base in Berlin has grown rapidly since it started in 2004. easyJet’s other German base, started at nearly the same time, has a rather lower profile. Which routes have been dropped since operations began? How seasonal are the route load factors? Which other carriers are competing for passengers at the airport? What are current fares like?