Articles Tagged ‘FKB’
Wizz Air continued its European expansion in S19 with the addition of three new routes.
Wizz Air links Ohrid to Milan Malpensa, and Skopje to Bremen and Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden.
Ryanair launches services on 60 airport pairs – 13 already served by other carriers.
Greece’s passenger numbers climb 60% between 2012 and 2017; Volotea and Wizz Air expanding fast; leading airports see market share fall
A country that has suffered economic issues in recent years, Greece has certainly witnessed a change of fortune within its aviation market, with annual passenger numbers growing from 36.7 million to 58.5 million in the space of five years. Jonathan Ford looks in more detail at the nation’s recent aviation advancement.
Wizz Air stations first aircraft in Vienna, opening five routes – also adds five routes from other bases.
Ryanair launches six new services from the Greek capital – also links Memmingen to Zadar.
Eurowings starts 11 new services, including the establishing of base operations in Nuremberg.
Ryanair commences services on 83 new routes in two days across 29 and 30 October.
Ukraine breaks into the top 10 during Week 40 of the Arch of Triumph competition as airports prepare for a wealth of winter launches
When referring to anna.aero’s New Routes Database, over 430 routes are scheduled to launch around the world over the next two weeks, meaning that airport firefighters across the globe are surely preparing those tenders for route baptism action. However, which Ukrainian airport has clinched victory in the last week of competition in S17 and climbed […]
Pobeda adds Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden to its existing Cologne Bonn and Memmingen routes.
airberlin set to take full control of regional partner LGW which operates 20 Q400s and accounts for 27% of the airline’s weekly flights
Luftfahrtgesellschaft Walter is not a name that trips off the tongue easily so it is more usually known as LGW. The German carrier operates 20 aircraft for airberlin. We reveal which are the airline’s top 15 routes and what proportion of capacity it accounts for.
Cologne Bonn and London Stansted celebrate Cake of the Week vote victories while Sydney wins for Air China’s Chengdu launch
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Shannon Airport welcomes the news that Lufthansa is to serve from next summer, while Ryanair celebrates multiple route launches from Brussels. More news also from Turin, Malta, Moscow Zhukovsky, Gran Canaria, Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden, Murcia, Warsaw Modlin and London Southend airports.