Articles Tagged ‘DUB’
airBaltic opens flights from the Latvian capital to Dublin, Lviv and Stuttgart.
With Routes Asia fast approaching, anna.aero has decided to look into the numbers to reveal the top 10 unserved markets from Asia’s top 10 airports. Using OAG Traffic Analyser data, we showcase the leading airports across the globe that are looking for direct flights to the continent’s biggest gateways.
Hainan Airlines introduces services from Shenzhen to Dublin and Tel Aviv.
anna.aero’s Chief Analyst Nick Preston recently visited Leeds Bradford Airport to meet its Aviation and Commercial Director John Cunliffe. The airport is aiming to increase passenger numbers by 25% over the next five years, and the discussion turned to targets for new routes and infrastructure development plans.
Tui Airways adds 10 new routes including links to Langkawi, Malaysia and Utapao, Thailand.
Laudamotion launches new services from Innsbruck to Dublin, Düsseldorf and London Stansted.
Laudamotion opens 15 new routes from Vienna, while also adding two from Berlin Tegel.
Ryanair launches services on 60 airport pairs – 13 already served by other carriers.
Aeroflot has commenced 14 new routes from Moscow Sheremetyevo in the space of two days.
Aer Lingus begins services from Cork to Lisbon and from Dublin to London City.
Ryanair to launch French bases at Bordeaux and Marseille in S19; anna.aero’s predictions prove correct
In January, Ryanair indicated that France was foremost in its thoughts for potential new operating bases and anna.aero predicted the four French airports most likely to host a hub. On 27 September the ULCC confirmed that two of these airports, Bordeaux and Marseille, will become bases in time for S19.
Brussels Charleroi and Air Corsica celebrate their 100,000th passenger 18 months after services started
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, along with the celebrations at Brussels Charleroi, OAG congratulates Chicago O’Hare for being the most-connected airport in the US, while Dublin Airport and Norwegian see 250,000 passengers on transatlantic services in just 14 months.