Articles Tagged ‘Germania’
Iasi Airport and Blue Air celebrate the one millionth passenger of 2017 for the Romanian airport by partying in style
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, along with Blue Air’s Iasi celebration, Germania celebrates the launch of flights between Nuremberg and Tel Aviv, while Sydney Airport officially launches its Community Christmas Giving Appeal. There is also news from Eurowings and Saudi Arabian Airlines, plus Belfast City Airport.
Franco-German market returns to growth after several years of decline, Lufthansa is the largest carrier but LCCs lead the charge
The market for air services between near neighbours and European heavyweights France and Germany is one of the most mature on the continent. Seat capacity between the two countries increased by 3% from 2016 to 2017. Franco-German network development trends are analysed here, with the fastest growing airlines and airports identified.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Germania announces that it will begin flights to St. Petersburg from Dresden starting from April, while Southampton Airport celebrates the upcoming launch of its newest airline powdair.
Germania returns to Sharm El Sheikh after a four-and-a-half-year break – also launches Fuerteventura.
Germania adds links to Athens and Gazipasa-Alanya.
Germania adds connections between Germany and Bulgaria, Spain and France, as well as Germany and Austria.
Milan Bergamo’s firefighters now have three Arch of Triumph certificates on the fire station walls – having won previously in June 2014 and December 2015. The Italian airport is clearly not going to settle with that tally, as it has another entry this week. See if it manages to secure back-to-back wins.
Germania starts six new routes as it opens a base at its biggest airport.
Germania starts new services from Bremen and Rostock airports.
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.
Germania extends its network at six different German airports.
Oslo Airport outdoes its opposition to win the Part I of Arch of Triumph Public Vote; Now it’s S17 launches – Part II
Nearly 600 votes were cast to determine who the world thinks performed the best FTWA to mark the start of S17 ‒ with Oslo Gardermoen’s firefighters coming out on top. Europe’s fire stations still reign supreme, as the Norwegian airport becomes the region’s tenth straight winner in the Public Votes.