Articles Tagged ‘easyJet Malpensa’

Lufthansa Italia’s Milan Malpensa exit in October: easyJet and Alitalia/AirOne will benefit most

Lufthansa Italia’s Milan Malpensa exit in October: easyJet and Alitalia/AirOne will benefit most

Having launched in February 2009, Lufthansa Italia will be no more after October. Which routes has it operated since it started and what competition does it currently face? Which route only started in March and which two routes will start in July? What role will Air Dolomiti now play in Lufthansa’s Italian plans?

Alitalia maintains Air One brand as ‘smart carrier’ to attack easyJet at Milan Malpensa; five A320s serve 14 destinations

Alitalia maintains Air One brand as ‘smart carrier’ to attack easyJet at Milan Malpensa; five A320s serve 14 destinations

Anyone who thought the Air One brand would disappear after the merger with Alitalia appears to be mistaken. It is alive and well and being used to help Alitalia fight for a presence at Milan Malpensa? But will it last?

Milan Malpensa now easyJet’s second busiest base; Ryanair’s Bergamo base is similar size

Airline AnalysiseasyJet’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…


Alitalia’s rivals ready to pounce at Rome; easyJet and Air One already exploiting opportunities at Malpensa

Article Thumbnail: Lead StoryWhat might happen in Rome if Alitalia were to collapse? What can we learn from what has happened at Malpensa since Alitalia axed 70% of flights in April? Which airlines stand to gain most if Alitalia were to disappear?

Alitalia’s “withdrawal” creates opportunities for Air One, easyJet and Lufthansa at Malpensa

Alitalia’s “withdrawal” creates opportunities for Air One, easyJet and Lufthansa at MalpensaAlitalia has axed 75% of its capacity at MXP and is no longer the leading airline at the airport. Who is? Which routes that Alitalia dumped are served by other airlines and which have been lost? Which carrier has burst onto the scene and what is Lufthansa planning?