Articles Tagged ‘easyJet base’
easyJet picks Portugal for 20th base; in 2011 Lisbon will become first new base since Lyon and Paris CDG in 2008
easyJet’s new CEO got to announce a new base this week even though it won’t open for over a year. Which destinations does easyJet already serve from Lisbon, when did they start and what competition does it face?
easyJet’s Paris base is growing. Which new routes have been added this summer from CDG? And which new routes have been added from Orly? What new routes will be starting this winter? And which are the only destinations served from both bases?
easyJet adds four non-EU routes from Stansted; now serves 28 destinations; same size as London Luton base
easyJet inherited its Stansted base when it bought Go, and it’s now the same size as its ‘ancestral’ base at Luton. Which routes have been added and dropped over the years at the Essex airport? Which routes does it share with Ryanair?
easyJet’s new Doncaster/Sheffield base will offer five routes; Spain and Poland are airport’s leading markets
easyJet’s newest UK base will require just a single aircraft when commercial flights in the UK finally resume. How has the airport developed since it opened in 2005 and how is easyJet’s aircraft scheduled?
easyJet’s London-Gatwick route has highest load factor from Berlin SXF; Basel is busiest ‘orange’ route
easyJet now has just one base in Germany which has been going since April 2004. But is it still growing? How have routes performed in 2009. We’ve calculated load factors by route and month.
easyJet’s main Italian base has grown rapidly since 2006. But how many flights and routes does it serve compared with Ryanair at Bergamo? Which is easyJet’s nearest rival at Malpensa? It’s not Alitalia…
easyJet has announced plans to close its East Midlands base but is being rather vague about when. We take a look at the history of the airline’s network at the airport and how competition has increased since 2002.
easyJet has now spent nearly seven years gradually increasing its presence in the French market, especially Paris. How has its network developed, split across both Paris airports? Which routes have been dumped along the way? And which two destinations are served from both airports?
easyJet’s winter programme reflects considerable caution (which should please Sir Stelios!); Malpensa becomes 2nd biggest base after Gatwick
easyJet’s total winter capacity is virtually the same as last year, but is spread over 20% more airports. Some airports are big winners while others are losers. Which country markets are in favour and which are in trouble?
Since opening its base in Berlin in April 2004 easyJet has launched a total of 37 routes from SXF. This winter its network consists of 24 routes. Which routes have failed, which are seasonal, and which have had the best (and worst) load factors during 2008?
London Gatwick: easyJet usurps British Airways as #1 carrier at world’s busiest single runway airport
Wanted: one new owner for the UK’s second busiest airport. How has traffic developed in recent years and who, apart from easyJet, has been adding routes at the airport this year. Which are the busiest routes and how competitive are they? Which routes have failed?
Basel suffered when Swissair collapsed but was rescued in 2004 by the arrival of easyJet, now the airport’s #1 customer. But easyJet has dropped routes to Paris and Munich and traffic was down over the winter. But now Ryanair operates to five airports and Swiss has added new destinations.