Articles Tagged ‘Flybe’
We analyse the development of these routes and look at how flybe and Aer Lingus Regional’s frequencies differ as easyJet’s grows at nearby Belfast International.
As Luxair puts Manchester on sale, marking its comeback since its 2007 end, we look at the development of this airport-pair.
We look at the development of Manchester – Aberdeen & easyJet’s Aberdeen performance. Now, easyJet has 48% of the UK domestic market, up from 34% YOY.
Loganair connects Belfast City with Aberdeen; Inverness launching 23 March.
Aurigny adds five-weekly flights between Guernsey and Birmingham on 11 March; replaces flybe.
Loganair set to take up 16 previously-Flybe routes; launching over next three months.
Flybe leaves a network of 50 mainly-domestic routes, 80% having no competition: hopefully an opportunity for other carriers to meet regional demand.
flybe has agreed a rescue deal with Government and owners Connect Airways. As its top base saw revenue fall 1/4 YOY, we analyse flybe’s performance and future.
Manchester Airport is to be the UK’s ‘hub of the north’. anna’s James Davis chats with Julian Carr and Robert Smith about this plan.
Some of the highlights in this week’s Network Planning Community Newsletter include IndiGo’s mammoth 300 aircraft order, South African Airways’ first A350 and rumours of larger aircraft for Virgin Connect.
In this week’s Network Planning Community Newsletter, Edinburgh Airport celebrates record passenger growth in S19, Air Belgium announces scheduled service from Brussels Charleroi, Bombardier Belfast wins award for engineering innovation and Ethiopian Airlines celebrates one year since the resumption of flights to Eritrea following a 20-year hiatus.
The beginning of the summer season sees a lot of the world’s airports organising new route celebrations – and that means lots of delicious new route cakes. On top of that, it also means a lot of Fire Truck Water Arches (FTWAs) which all vary. The execution of these airline celebrations is important to the […]