Articles Tagged ‘GLA’
Jet2.com initiates its first routes to Bourgas in Bulgaria, Chania in Crete and Izmir in Turkey.
TUI Airways kick-starts its S19 schedule with 24 new routes from 10 UK bases.
anna.aero’s Aviation Development Editor Jonathan Ford recently travelled to Glasgow to meet the airport’s Steven Marshall, Head of Airline Marketing & Development, Aberdeen, Glasgow (long-haul) & Southampton airports, and Paul White, Head of Aviation, to discuss its ever-growing traffic numbers, network developments and first A380 operations.
Loganair replaces bmi regional on key services – also launches new German link from Glasgow.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Antalya Airport in Turkey is confirmed as the host for the 17th CONNECT Route Development Forum, while Loganair announces three Scottish links to London Southend, plus news of the first scheduled commercial services from Carlisle Airport in 25 years.
In this week’s network planning community news Turkish Airlines adds a capital connection with twice-weekly flights between Ankara and Rome, Glasgow Airport gets set to welcome scheduled A380 flights to Dubai, plus more news from Tampa, St Petersburg-Clearwater and Yangon Airports.
Jet2.com to grow 12% in S19; Birmingham poised to be fastest-growing base; London Stansted to be busier than home base of Leeds Bradford
Jet2.com is schedule to operate 12.19 million seats next summer from its nine UK bases, with it continuing its rapid expansion strategy. With 329 routes expected to be operated by the carrier in S19, Jonathan Ford looks at which UK airports are seeing the biggest benefits in terms of capacity and new routes.
easyJet begins flights on 21 new airport pairs, including its return to the Jordanian market.
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Loganair launches operations between Glasgow and Derry as Ryanair switches its service to Edinburgh.
Wizz Air grows by 12% from Gdansk in 2018; seventh aircraft to be based from S19 with three new routes already confirmed for next year
Gdansk is Wizz Air’s fifth largest base, with 2.77 million seats being flown from the Polish airport in 2018. The airline’s schedules for next summer indicate that it will offer 33 routes from Gdansk, however more could be added. Jonathan Ford takes a close look at the ULCC’s recent Gdansk expansion.
London’s airports handle 44 million more passengers than in 2010; four of the top five airlines don’t serve Heathrow
London’s Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted, Luton, City and Southend airports hosted over 171.06 million passengers last year, up from 127.17 million in 2010. Jonathan Ford highlights which airports are reporting the biggest net gain in passengers, the top destinations, plus the growth patterns of its leading airlines.