Articles Tagged ‘European airports’
We have analysed our traffic and trends database for over 300 European airports to determine which were the fastest-growing airports in 2014, and also to see the growth (or otherwise) in passenger numbers across 43 countries in Europe.
This winter will see the loss of over 50 airport pairs in Europe that supported at least a daily flight last winter. We list all of them and present additional information on each. Will your airline see an opportunity amongst them?
Western Europe’s main air travel markets growing solidly in 2014 after difficult 2013; Ireland and Norway impacted most by Easter shift
Passenger numbers have been growing steadily if unspectacularly at airports in most Western European countries, even in Italy and Spain which had such a tough time in 2013.
We love new routes, but all dropped routes have their own stories to tell. We reveal 40 airport pairs involving European airports which had daily flights in the summer of 2013, but which are not connected in the summer of 2014. Air France, bmi regional, Lufthansa, Minoan Air and Ryanair feature at least three times […]
We have analysed our traffic and trends database for over 300 European airports to determine which were the fastest-growing airports in 2013, and also to see the growth (or otherwise) in passenger numbers across 43 countries in Europe (plus Morocco).
Aircraft size is growing at Europe’s busiest airports; Heathrow passes 200-seat mark, but ranks only 27th in world
Runway capacity is an issue at many of Europe’s busiest airports. We analyse aircraft size data for the last decade and reveal which of Europe’s top 20 airports have seen the biggest growth in average aircraft size. We also reveal which two European airports beat Heathrow’s figure and which airports lead the global rankings.
Serving the thriving French region of Rhône-Alpes, Lyon Airport recently took the anna.aero Cake Prize for TWIN JET’s new route to Le Havre. But with the growth of HOP! and the arrival of the likes of Emirates, Lyon has more network surprises in store.