Articles Tagged ‘easyJet’

London - Bucharest 1.5 million seats; 9% CAGR since 2014

London – Bucharest 1.5 million seats; 9% CAGR since 2014

Bucharest-London is served by five airlines from five London airports. Yet London-Romania (excl. Bucharest) is now a larger market.

Tel Aviv – Europe has 20 million seats; LCCs have 30% share

Tel Aviv – Europe has 20 million seats; LCCs have 30% share

LCCs have a 30% share of Tel Aviv – Europe capacity, and almost the same capacity as El Al. In all, 141 European airports are served from Tel Aviv.

easyJet connects Brussels with Berlin Tegel

easyJet connects Brussels with Berlin Tegel

easyJet launches daily flights between Berlin Tegel and Brussels Airport, increasing to double daily from 2020.


The UK ends ban to Sharm El Sheikh; it had 1.2 million passengers

The UK ends ban to Sharm El Sheikh; it had 1.2 million passengers

The UK ban to Sharm El Sheikh has been lifted. In 2015, 15 UK airports had service to Sharm, carrying nearly 1.2m passengers.

Part two: Volotea sees strong rise in competition with big LCCs

Part two: Volotea sees strong rise in competition with big LCCs

41% of Volotea’s seats now have competition with easyJet, Vueling and Ryanair, up from 15% in 2015. Meanwhile, Volotea is becoming less seasonal.

KRK-ing development: why Krakow-Luton has gone from zero to three airlines

KRK-ing development: why Krakow-Luton has gone from zero to three airlines

London-Krakow has grown significantly in the past year from three airlines following each other in launching Luton. As a result, city-pair capacity has almost doubled – with more coming. Who, if any, will blink first?


New airline routes launched (23 - 29 July 2019)

New airline routes launched (23 – 29 July 2019)

A total of 5 routes were launched by five airlines this week, including JC Cambodia’s service between Siem Reap and Wanzhou.

easyJet wins with Bristol-Montpellier Arch of Triumph

easyJet wins with Bristol-Montpellier Arch of Triumph

Three airports battled it out for Week 21 Fire Truck Water Arch glory, with entries from across Europe. The competition intensified with new aircraft, new routes and a variety of Fire Truck Water Arch salutes. But there was one clear winner, which deservedly received the Arch of Triumph prize this week.

easyJet takes on Montpelier from Bristol

easyJet takes on Montpelier from Bristol

easyJet added a new connection to its growing European network by launching flights between Bristol and Montpelier.


Europe claims latest victory in Arch of Triumph competition

Europe claims latest victory in Arch of Triumph competition

In this week’s Arch of Triumph competition, eight airports from across Europe and North America compete to be crowned the latest weekly victor in this competition. Take a look to see which European airport has helped keep the momentum alive for the continent which is still the reigning champion.

easyJet selects Sylt as newest destination

easyJet selects Sylt as newest destination

easyJet begins Berlin Tegel to Sylt service – carrier also launches latest route from London Gatwick.

Iberian Peninsula power shows as Faro and Jerez win Part II of S19 voting for Cake of the Week and Arch of Triumph

Iberian Peninsula power shows as Faro and Jerez win Part II of S19 voting for Cake of the Week and Arch of Triumph

Following on from Hamilton and Aarhus’ winning streak last week, the power of the Iberian Peninsula shows this week as Jerez takes Cake of the Week glory for the bake celebrating easyJet’s inaugural flight from London Gatwick, while Faro claims sweet SAS Aarhus glory in the Arch of Triumph vote.