Articles Tagged ‘Eastern Airways’
Belfast airports welcomed a record 7.81 million passengers in 2016; international traffic doubles since the turn of the Millennium
Belfast in Northern Ireland is served by two airports – City and International. Last year the two combined welcomed a record number of passengers, with it being the first year since 2002 to see traffic grow at a double-digit rate. We take a closer look at the city’s traffic growth and how it is split between […]
Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden celebrates ‘Route of the Week’ while Malta accepts its ‘Cake of the Week’ award
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Ryanair celebrates turning 30, while Air Canada and Norwegian announce new 787 routes for 2016. More news also from Eastern Airways, Newcastle and Stuttgart airports.
Edinburgh Airport passes 10m; Aberdeen Airport breaks passenger record again as easyJet (seats) and Flybe (flights) top Scottish rankings
Scotland’s top four airports handled 22.5 million passengers in 2014 (up 3.6%), the same as in 2005. Heathrow is leading non-Scottish destination, Amsterdam and Dublin leading international destinations. anna.aero takes a look at this country market in the week that Routes Europe rolls into Aberdeen.
Aberdeen Airport grows by 8.4% in 2014; Flybe is top airline in terms of weekly seats; steals crown from BA
Fuelled by its catchment’s burgeoning energy sector, Aberdeen Airport, Routes Europe 2015 host this coming April, produced its best ever passenger results in 2014. anna.aero discovers which routes and airlines have been gushing growth at Scotland’s third largest airport.
Etihad Regional, Eastern Airways, bmi regional spice up dynamic European regional airline market; flybe still #1 despite cuts
Europe’s regional airline market has been stunned by the decision of MEB3 carrier Etihad Airways to partner-up with Swiss Darwin Airline. We reveal the top 15 ‘regional’ airlines in Europe (based on our own definition), and summarise what some of the leading (and more obscure) carriers have been up to, and have planned for S14.
Eastern Airways picks-up ex-flybe UK domestic route after a more than two-year hiatus.
Budapest’s S14 capacity growth; Hamilton and Tampa show-off certificates; Marseille Airport’s first leisure flights from Seoul in April; Leeds Bradford’s capacity boost in 2014
Another busy week for Network Planning Community News, including S14 capacity growth at Budapest Airport, Hamilton and Tampa Airports showing-off their certificates, and other newsworthy events from our peers from around the world.
Eastern Airways replaces HOP! in serving the Lorient-Lyon market with 11 weekly flights using Jetstream 41s
Leeds Bradford shows-off its anna.aero CotW certificate; registration now open for Eastern Airways’ Runway Run; Marc Povall re-joins Liverpool Airport; British Airways lands its A380 in Stansted; Jet2.com goes all Disney
In this week’s portion of Network Planning Community News, the Leeds Bradford team proudly poses with their Cake of the Week certificate. We also have news from Aberdeen, Liverpool and London Stansted and Jet2.com.
Eastern Airways’ Newcastle to Birmingham route turns 10; Prague party for airline partnership deal; Scandinavian route launch cakes from Budapest; A resignation letter cake from London Stansted;
Route anniversaries, airline deal celebrations, route launch cakes and the best way to resign (as far as anna.aero is concerned) – by using a cake! All of this is included in this week’s round-up of news from the network planning community.
Europe’s regional airlines face challenging future; how will bmi regional, CityJet, Minoan Air and OLT Express fare in 2013?
Europe’s regional airlines have had an interesting 2012 with some major developments scheduled for next year. Which are Europe’s leading regional airlines according to ERA and which have seen traffic grow (and fall) in 2012 so far?
UK’s Eastern Airways sees its Humberside home airport bought by parent company; Dijon base has three routes
We take a look at developments at the UK regional airline whose parent company has just purchased its home airport. Despite operating small regional aircraft what proportion of the airline’s passengers are travelling on non-scheduled services? And which former Flybe route did the airline take on earlier this summer?