Articles Tagged ‘Glasgow’
Vueling has launched its inaugural service between Glasgow Airport and Paris Orly. The route is operated twice-weekly on Thursdays and Sundays, using an A321, initially until the end of March 2022. It will bring an additional capacity of 18,000 seats to Glasgow Airport.
A direct service to Glasgow has launched from Belfast City Airport with British Airways. Passengers on the inaugural flight were greeted by a bagpiper playing traditional Scottish music. British Airways currently operates a network of six destinations from Belfast City Airport.
As European airlines look to rebuild their networks and stimulate traffic, anna.aero looks at the largest markets in Northern Europe which were underserved by pan-European based low-cost airlines from the south of the continent pre-pandemic, with leisure being the market that is expected to rebound the quickest.
easyJet will return to Newquay after a six-year absence, with Manchester currently down to have three operators this summer.
Melbourne is to have a larger international network than domestic. We look at what’s happening and key unserved US markets from the Florida airport.
In a wide-ranging interview with Jonathan Hinkles, Loganair MD, he told us that the carrier has “no ambition to have 60+ aircraft and looking like flybe.”
Loganair began Glasgow – Belfast City today (4 September), reconnecting the two airports following the end of flybe; an important market served once again.
Loganair has announced Glasgow – Belfast City, replacing flybe which had 185,000 seats last year. Edinburgh, Manchester, Birmingham all unserved from Belfast City; we look at them.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Icelandair celebrates 70 years of flying from Glasgow Airport, while Milan Bergamo celebrates one million passengers in August. More news also from Glasgow Airport, as well as from Newcastle Airport in Australia.
Transatlantic market grows by 6% in 2015; Delta Air Lines, British Airways, United Airlines and American Airlines lead way
Despite currency fluctuations the Europe to North America market looks in good shape this summer with capacity up and many new routes being launched among the almost 60 airlines serving the market.
Renationalising airports seems to be catching on in the UK. First Cardiff and now Glasgow Prestwick have returned to public ownership in 2013. We examine Prestwick’s traffic development in the last 20 years, and reveal what Ryanair, the airport’s only scheduled airline at present, has been doing to help traffic grow 9% in 2013.
Exeter-based Flybe is actually over 30 years old but has been constantly evolving. We examine its position in the UK domestic market, reveal which of its major bases are growing fastest this summer, and summarise which routes it has added and dropped in the last 12 months.