Articles Tagged ‘EDI’
Montreal’s cake award; Thomas Cook Airlines’ brand new A321s at Newcastle; easyJet’s 10th anniversary at Berlin Schönefeld Airport; Wizz Air at the Budapest Air Show; more news from Gazipasa, Canberra, Edinburgh and Minsk airports
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Montreal Airport shows-off its Cake certificate, Newcastle Airport welcomes Thomas Cook Airlines’ two brand new A321s in the new ‘Sunny Heart’ livery, and Belavia receives its newest E195 as part of the carrier’s fleet renewal initiative. We also have newsworthy events from our peers from around the world.
SAS expands its European offering with services from Stockholm Arlanda to Hamburg and from Stavanger to Edinburgh, using a mixed fleet of 717-200s, 737-700s and 737-800s.
Flybe has revealed plans to start operations from London City Airport this winter, operating routes to Belfast City, Dublin, Edinburgh, Exeter and Inverness. We reveal what competition the carrier will face, and examine the schedule in more detail.
SAS now links Oslo Gardermoen with Chania and Edinburgh with weekly and twice-weekly flights respectively, utilising its 737-700s and 737-800s.
Hamburg base leads the way with three new routes, along with a brace from Basel and Rome Fiumicino airports.
easyJet launches 21 new routes involving 25 airports and opens new bases in Hamburg and Naples.
Ryanair’s passenger milestone at Bristol; Budapest welcomes EGYPTAIR’s 777; Glasgow Airport’s new award; more news from Monterrey, London City and Edinburgh Airports
A busy week for Network Planning Community News, including Ryanair celebrating 10 million passengers at Bristol Airport, Budapest Airport welcoming EGYPTAIR’s newest 777 and Glasgow Airport’s certificate awarded by Airports Council International. We also have news from Monterrey, London City and Edinburgh airports.
Leak of the Week: As Qatar Airways announces Edinburgh services, anna.aero exclusively reveals that the MEB3 airline also has plans to add Amsterdam, Prague and Rio de Janeiro to its Doha hub next year.
This November, easyJet, Europe’s third biggest airline in terms of passenger numbers, marks 18 years of operations. From inauspicious beginnings, it has become a major force in European air travel, and is arguably one of only two truly pan-European airlines. We take a closer look at the airline’s development and the evolution of its leading […]
Thomson Airways starts flights from Edinburgh Airport in UK to Alicante Airport in Spain.
Ryanair starts 10 routes to seven countries.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News; Edinburgh Airport thanks its passengers for being one in two million after a record summer and the folks at Great Barrier Reef Airport, Hamilton Island receive the award for enterprise.