Articles Tagged ‘Geneva’
TWIN JET will grow weekly flights by 13.7% this September, when compared to same month last year, including starting new routes to places like Milan Malpensa to Toulouse. We also look at what points the French regional carrier has dropped in the last 12 months.
SWISS doubles size of Geneva network this winter to 20 routes, but number of flights virtually unchanged
SWISS long ago fell behind easyJet to be only the second busiest airline in Geneva, but this winter sees a major network expansion. We reveal how this is achieved without an increase in the total number of flights, and look at the competition the carrier will face on its new routes.
Edelweiss Air launches Alicante, Funchal and Tampa from Zurich; six Airbus fleet serves over 40 summer destinations
Edelweiss Air is a Swiss-based leisure carrier belonging to the Lufthansa Group. Which destinations is it serving from Zurich this summer and with what frequencies? Which destinations does it serve year-round, and which are winter-only destinations? And where does it fly to from Geneva?
Unexpected heavy snow across many parts of Europe may have made potential passengers think twice about booking an expensive skiing holiday, but which airports and airlines have added most new scheduled services aimed at snow-lovers?
easyJet is growing faster than usual this winter. Which country markets and airports will see most new flights compared with last winter, and which are the nine new airports to see orange aircraft this winter?
Baboo drops E-Jets, Athens and London City; will operate eight routes this winter with two Q400s, four against easyJet
This winter Baboo has cut back to just two aircraft, but which routes is it still operating? What competition does it face and which other routes are no longer served? Which airlines does it still codeshare with on what routes?
anna.aero’s editor attends route launch of Oxford’s first international service with Baboo to Geneva; more new routes in 2010?
Our editor attends a route launch at his very own emerging local airport. We have lots of photos (and mince pies) and we speculate on what might be next for the re-born London Oxford Airport.
New winter ski routes from Russia, Scandinavia and UK; Copenhagen to Geneva attracts three new airlines
The start of the European ski season is imminent so we take a look at which airlines have started new routes to the major airports serving the ski market. And which UK LCC has resorted to poetry to entice passengers?
The Swiss regional is already six-years-old and starting three new routes this week. How comprehensive is its Geneva-based network and which routes have proven unworthy of further support?
Switzerland better prepared for latest industry downturn; Swiss continues to prosper while still adding capacity
Zurich’s traffic has still not passed the dizzy heights of 2000 but traffic across Switzerland’s major airports did set a new record in 2008. Apart from Swiss which other carriers are significant? Which new routes have LCCs been adding?
Anyone operating Q400s must be facing anxious times. Flybaboo only has one but it represents one-third of its total fleet. But this Geneva-based regional, which is celebrating its fourth birthday, will become a jet operator in 2008. What are its key routes and what competition does the airline face?