Articles Tagged ‘FKB’
Germania starts its second service to Israel, with weekly Tel Aviv operations from Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden.
Germania starts five new Hurghada routes; Agadir, Marsa Alam, La Palma and Marrakech services also commenced.
Dresden Airport sees traffic decline of 7%; Etihad Regional arrives with Amsterdam and Zurich services
Covering a catchment area that extends to three countries (Germany, Czech Republic and Poland), Dresden Airport handled 1.8 million passengers in 2013. With a total of 13 carriers operating to 23 non-stop destinations, anna.aero takes a closer look at the airport’s recent activity and reveals how dominant Lufthansa is this September.
germanwings replaces Lufthansa on many of its routes from Düsseldorf Airport. Also adds routes from other German bases.
Germania starts Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden service to Funchal following Erfurt launch last month.
Germania to launch 11 new routes in first half of 2014; corporate charter services increasingly important for its network strategy
Germania, which has operated both scheduled and charter services since 1979, is expanding rapidly, as passenger numbers grew by 60% to almost 1.6 million last year. anna.aero examines which are the carrier’s top 12 routes based on Innovata schedule data for this February and which new services will be launched in 2014.
Germania starts flights from Karlsruhe-Baden Airport in Germany to Moscow Domodedovo Airport in Russia; and flights from Bremen Airport in Germany to Salzburg Airport in Austria.
The new planned coalition government looks set to leave the country’s air travel tax in place, much to the dismay of airlines, airports and the tourism industry. Out of Germany’s top 20 airports only six are growing in 2013, though that does include all four of the busiest airports. Ryanair continues to strongly influence the […]
Ryanair sets up bases in Chania (Greece), Fez and Marrakech (both Morocco); adds a combined 17 routes.
InterSky starts 18-weekly Hamburg to Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden service
Germany’s biggest airports all grew in 2012; regional airports mostly lost traffic; over 120 new routes in 2013
Germany’s relatively robust economy could still only support a 1% growth in total airport passengers in 2012, while domestic demand dipped by almost 4%. But anna.aero has identified over 120 new services starting from the country’s airports in 2013. See which airlines are banking on the German economy for generating new revenues this summer.
Last week Ryanair blamed Budapest Airport’s “increased charges” for deep 40% capacity cuts involving axing 10 routes and withdrawing two based aircraft. On closer examination anna.aero found indicators that the main reason seems to have been ‘good’ old-fashioned under-performance.