Articles Tagged ‘Euro Annies’
Eighth annual Euro ANNIES – Part II; No blues in Bucharest – Blue Air CEO loves his most new airports award
Well the cleverest of you will have worked out the first of the four airline winners in Part II of the Euro ANNIES awards (for the slow ones – it’s Romania’s Blue Air). But will Wizz Air, Norwegian or LOT Polish Airlines secure back-to-back wins or will the awards be soon gathering dust in the trophy […]
While the whole of Europe is either already on holiday or just about to go, we thought it would be good time to reveal the winners of the last of our three annual competitions – the Euro ANNIES. With winning airports in Bulgaria, France, Germany, Iceland, Russia, Spain, Turkey and the UK there is a […]
Seventh annual Euro ANNIES – Part II; Kjos he’s worth it again – Norwegian CEO loves his long-haul award
Kjos he’s worth it again. Well you now know one of the four airline winners in Part II of the Euro ANNIES awards, after last week’s airport awards in Part I. Will Germania, Iberia or Turkish Airlines secure back-to-back wins or will the prizes be soon gathering dust in the lobbies of new airlines like […]
While the whole of Europe is focussed on the Euro 2016 championship, it seemed fitting to reveal the winners of this year’s Euro ANNIES in 10 airport awards. Airports in France, Germany and Portugal all have something to celebrate before the football semi-finals, but unfortunately not in Wales.
Hot on the heels of our Asian ANNIES awards we can now reveal the winners of this year’s Euro ANNIES in 10 airport and four airline awards. Airlines and airports in Greece and Turkey have something to celebrate, but Ryanair doesn’t.
Fifth annual Euro ANNIEs (Part II). germanwings gains two Euro ANNIEs airline awards; surprisingly it’s a no-show from Ryanair
Not one award, but two. It’s all smiles in Cologne as germanwings’ network planning team grab two 2014 Euro ANNIEs. Norwegian and Air Lituanica join the celebrations.
Great Selfie. Here at anna.aero, when we give out our route development awards, known as the ANNIEs, we like to do it based on hard facts and analysis rather than a subjective voting system. Yes, the Euro ANNIEs are back, this time for its fifth annual outing, and it’s one of the old guard — […]
Düsseldorf Airport, Malta Airport, Warsaw Airport share big Euro ANNIE award for airline growth; Turkish airports also win big
There’s no voting for these awards, it all boils down to cold, hard facts and figures. Yes, the Euro ANNIEs are back for their fourth annual outing, and there are some fascinating winners. Nine awards, 11 winners (we can explain), spread across eight different countries.
Nevermind Eurovision, we’re still getting photos from airlines and airports celebrating their anna.aero EURO ANNIE wins.
Does Ryanair’s EURO ANNIE mark the day that the low cost model changed forever? (Ryanair and successful partner airports celebrate prizes)
Ryanair’s CEO, and several of its successful partner airports, celebrated winning anna.aero EURO ANNIE prizes and, while the airline itself painted a future of slowed growth and hinted that it would withdraw from some markets, it mixed this in with assertions that it would open 6-10 more bases, including its first in North Africa.
No expert jury, no public voting, just cold hard facts determined by rigorous analysis of traffic and schedule data decided the winners of the 2nd Annual anna.aero EURO ANNIE Prizes for route development.
Ryanair was once again the unsurprising winner of the Airline With the New Routes (320); at the other end of the spectrum, a resurgent Alitalia launched 26 routes to take the Flag Carrier Prize, while also in Italy, Eagle Airlines secured the upstart’s award for 12 new routes in its first year.