Articles Tagged ‘EIN’
Burgas will have a new summer-seasonal base with Wizz Air, while easyJet and Blue Air will begin service. All three were announced within the same 24 hours.
Wizz Air is to open its second base in Bosnia and Herzegovina at Sarajevo. No routes have direct competition and its first aircraft is now fully allocated.
Wizz Air started Rzeszów to Eindhoven on 15 December, with Amsterdam the fifth-largest unserved market from the Polish airport.
Transavia’s two AOCs passed 18m seats last year, with Transavia France up by a 17% CAGR since 2010. This year, they were to begin 60+ routes and many began.
We interview Dean Boljuncic about EIN’s development + future. The airport’s one-hour catchment has 7 million people + a 20% higher GDP than the Dutch avg.
As Ryanair announces it is to Paphos to Eindhoven, Gdansk, and Prague, and Prague to Kosice, we look at the details.
Less than a month ago, Wizz Air announced a new base at Larnaca. It’ll now add another aircraft and five new routes.
Wizz Air flies 200 millionth passenger, but over 100 million have been transported since 2015; Q1 2019 traffic up 11%, load factor 2.0%
Wizz Air recently passed the milestone of carrying its 200 millionth passenger and 15 years of operation since its first flight in 2004. anna.aero looks at how the carrier has transformed in recent years, including its ever improving load factor, and which leading airports are seeing the fruits of the carrier’s success in 2019.
Ryanair launches 41 new routes between 31 March and 1 April – Tetouan is newest airport to join network.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Lauda, the new name of Laudamotion, has confirmed 21 new routes from Vienna for W19/20, including Agadir, Birmingham, Liverpool and Münster. More news also from Ryanair which has confirmed it will add Kharkiv and Odessa in Ukraine to its network in June.
Wizz Air to base third A320 in Kutaisi and open six new routes; results in a total of 27 routes for 2019 and over one million seats
On 1 February, Wizz Air confirmed that from August it will base a third aircraft in Kutaisi and launch six new routes to Bari, Basel, Brussels Charleroi, Copenhagen, Eindhoven and Tallinn. Jonathan Ford looks at the airline’s development from Kutaisi and gives more in-depth knowledge of the routes being launched.
Seven airports battle it out for Arch of Triumph glory this week, with entries coming thick and fast from around the globe. Airports in Europe, South America, Africa and Asia have all shown what they can do with an impressive average score of 30.4. Find out which airport won the weekly crown here.