Articles Tagged ‘German airport trends’

Germany's biggest airports all grew in 2012; regional airports mostly lost traffic; over 120 new routes in 2013

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.

German airport traffic growth driven by long-haul; Dortmund gains from Wizz Air, Nuremberg loses due to airberlin

German airport traffic growth driven by long-haul; Dortmund gains from Wizz Air, Nuremberg loses due to airberlin

Overall traffic is up at German airports, but the domestic market is down. Which airports are having a particularly worrying start to 2012 and which not-supposed-to-still-be-open airport is doing rather well? How have the top 10 German airports performed over the last five years?

German domestic traffic down 2.1% in July; European traffic up 6.1% overall, 11-12% in Berlin and Munich

German domestic traffic down 2.1% in July; European traffic up 6.1% overall, 11-12% in Berlin and Munich

What do the latest airport traffic statistics for July tell us about the German market? Which airports are growing and which are shrinking in 2011? What has been the effect of the ‘eco-tax’ on those airports specialising in low-cost operations such as Cologne/Bonn, Frankfurt Hahn and Weeze?


German airport traffic up 7.3% in May; Memmingen and Weeze lead the way; new government tax not welcomed

German airport traffic up 7.3% in May; Memmingen and Weeze lead the way; new government tax not welcomed

How are German airports performing in 2010 overall and which airports are still not reporting growth? Which are the fastest growing airports and which airport should benefit from a new LCC base?

German airport traffic up in November and December; Memmingen and Weeze both grow over 50% thanks to LCCs

German airport traffic up in November and December; Memmingen and Weeze both grow over 50% thanks to LCCs

Passenger numbers at Germany’s biggest airports were down 4.6% in 2009 but several smaller airports reported impressive growth thanks to LCCs. And which airports have grown slowest over the last 15 years?

Dresden and Leipzig poorly connected to major EU cities; why no Berlin – Manchester flights?

Dresden and Leipzig poorly connected to major EU cities; why no Berlin - Manchester flights?Outside of Lufthansa’s two major hubs at Frankfurt and Munich, how well connected are other German airports to major EU cities? Which connections are missing and what’s wrong with Dresden and Leipzig?


German airport traffic down 7.9% in 2009 H1; Lübeck, Memmingen and Weeze buck trend

Article ThumbOnly three of Germany’s top 20 airports have reported growth this year. How have Lufthansa’s two hubs at Frankfurt and Munich performed? And which new airport is heading for top 20 status?

German airports report traffic drop in August; Weeze’s traffic doubles thanks to Ryanair

Article Thumbnail: Market TrendsAs recently as May Germany’s airports were growing by 5% versus last year. Not any more. Traffic was down in August by just over 1%. What does this mean for year-to-date traffic growth and which major airports were still growing in August?

Weeze tops German airport growth table;
five of top 20 airports see passenger numbers fall in 2008

Weeze tops German airport growth table; five of top 20 airports see passenger numbers fall in 2008While consolidation is still occurring among the country’s airlines, airport traffic has been up around 5% this year. Some airports are reporting impressive growth but a few previous stars have seen a downturn in demand. The fastest growing ‘major’ airport may also come as a surprise.


Traffic down at seven of Germany’s top 20 airports as LCCs adjust network capacity

Traffic down at seven of Germany’s top 20 airports as LCCs adjust network capacityLatest figures reveal that several German airports have seen passenger numbers fall in the first four months of 2008, although growth overall has been around 5%. Which airports are winners and losers so far this year and how has moving Easter impacted domestic demand?

Berlin is the biggest city for LCC traffic in Germany

Berlin is the biggest city for LCC traffic in GermanyLatest figures from a German study show that Berlin’s airports handled more LCC traffic than any other city in 2007. How much has LCC traffic grown in Germany? Which are the leading ‘LCC’ airlines and which country markets have the highest LCC traffic flows? And which country markets had the highest LCC growth rate?

Germany: Ryanair increases Bremen traffic by 50% thanks to 21 new routes

Germany: Ryanair increases Bremen traffic by 50% thanks to 21 new routesRyanair has just celebrated the first anniversary of its Bremen base and has helped the airport’s traffic grow by 30% to 2.2 million in 2007. Which routes have generated the highest load factors and most passengers? Which routes have been dropped and which routes are struggling to assert themselves? What’s new in 2008? We reveal all!