Articles Tagged ‘GCI’

Heathrow Expansion – 14 UK airports face (re)connection: FREE anna.aero-RABA conference on Heathrow route propositions

Heathrow Expansion – 14 UK airports face (re)connection: FREE anna.aero-RABA conference on Heathrow route propositions

Ahead of next month’s RABA-anna.aero Heathrow Connectivity Conference, we look at routes to 14 unserved UK regional airports that could be created as a result of Heathrow Expansion, which includes the new runway.

Billund, Brussels and Budapest win big in Bilbao

Billund, Brussels and Budapest win big in Bilbao

In this week’s Network Planning Community News, along with Billund, Brussels and Budapest winning big at the Routes Europe Marketing Awards 2018, the event baton is passed over from Bilbao to Hannover. More news also from Oslo Gardermoen which was highly commended in the over 20 million passenger category, Blue Islands, and Yangon, Hamburg, Belfast City […]

Channel Islands to UK market returns to growth; Flybe is the largest carrier, Jersey has most departing capacity

Channel Islands to UK market returns to growth; Flybe is the largest carrier, Jersey has most departing capacity

The market from the Channel Islands to the UK is one of the most mature in the world for commercial air services. From 2016 to 2017 the non-stop seats available in this market increased by 1.5%, representing a third consecutive year of growth. Non-stop capacity trends over the past 10 years for airlines and airport […]


Birmingham and Bristol celebrate Route of the Week for BA's return

Birmingham and Bristol celebrate Route of the Week for BA’s return

In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Manchester is rewarded for its creative San Francisco cake, baked for the start of Thomas Cook Airlines’ new route to the US city, plus Leeds Bradford celebrates the one-year anniversary of Aurigny services. More news also from Southampton, Belfast City, Vienna, Aberdeen and Reus airports. 

14 airports battle for Arch of Triumph glory in Week 17

14 airports battle for Arch of Triumph glory in Week 17

Its an intense week of FTWA competition this week, with three airports scoring high enough to secure a slot on the 2017 Arch of Triumph leader board. But only the best has made it on there…find out here who has beaten 13 other airports from around the world this week.

Flybe new route foursome

Flybe new route foursome

Flybe launches three London Southend routes, plus Guernsey-Cardiff connection.


Flybe starts London Southend expansion with three new routes

Flybe starts London Southend expansion with three new routes

Flybe uses Stobart Air to start Cologne Bonn, Lyon and Milan Malpensa routes.

Leeds Bradford to gain links to four European capitals in W16/17; traffic up 26% since 2010; on track for 3.6 million passengers in 2016

Leeds Bradford to gain links to four European capitals in W16/17; traffic up 26% since 2010; on track for 3.6 million passengers in 2016

Leeds Bradford for this upcoming winter season will welcome connections to the capitals of Germany, Lithuania, Poland and Slovakia, three of which will be flown by Ryanair. The airport has also welcomed two new carriers this summer. Last year the UK airport welcomed just over 3.4 million passengers, with 3.6 million expected this year.

Aurigny links Leeds Bradford to Guernsey

Aurigny links Leeds Bradford to Guernsey

Aurigny adds another UK point to its network having recently started services to Norwich.


Aurigny adds City to its existing London operations

Aurigny adds City to its existing London operations

Aurigny starts 10 times weekly London City operation to complement its existing 39 times weekly London Gatwick and daily London Stansted services.

flybe's six dropped bases compared

flybe’s six dropped bases compared

flybe recently announced plans to close six of its UK bases. We combine some estimated fare data with our sector length analysis, to compare a selection of the airline’s major airports and show where Aberdeen, Guernsey, Jersey, Inverness, Isle of Man and Newcastle rank. We also reveal which routes may be under threat from these […]

Aurigny to replace ATRs on Guernsey-London Gatwick route with Embraer jet from next March, as flybe departs market

Aurigny to replace ATRs on Guernsey-London Gatwick route with Embraer jet from next March, as flybe departs market

Guernsey-based Aurigny is planning to replace its turboprops on the key London Gatwick route with an Embraer jet from next summer. We take a look at how the airline has evolved in recent years, the rest of the airline’s network, and what competition it faces in its home market.