Articles Tagged ‘Go!’

Ryanair enters London-Copenhagen market of 1.7 million annual passengers

Ryanair enters London-Copenhagen market of 1.7 million annual passengers

Ryanair will join fellow LCCs easyJet and Norwegian, along with British Airways and SAS, in serving the London-Copenhagen market in 2015. We reveal how demand has grown since 1996 and which carriers have been operating in the market.

Ryanair’s return to Prague Airport helps boost Czech Republic traffic; easyJet and Vueling make it six carriers serving Rome

Ryanair’s return to Prague Airport helps boost Czech Republic traffic; easyJet and Vueling make it six carriers serving Rome

Prague Airport dominates air traffic in the Czech Republic. Passenger numbers grew rapidly between 1995 and 2008, but since then things have developed more slowly as we reveal with our look at the leading routes and airlines serving the market.

Honolulu recorded 19.5 million passengers in 2013; ‘Ohana by Hawaiian launches first operations

Honolulu recorded 19.5 million passengers in 2013; ‘Ohana by Hawaiian launches first operations

Serving the most recent addition to the 50 US states, Honolulu Airport has consolidated its annual passenger performance after Aloha Airlines collapsed in 2008, achieving 19.5 million passengers last year. anna.aero takes a closer look at the airport’s recent progress and reveals how dominant Hawaiian Airlines is this March.


Mesa Airlines affected by changes to the network philosophy of US majors; Capacity cuts give better LFs

Mesa Airlines affected by changes to the network philosophy of US majors; Capacity cuts give better LFs

Mesa Airlines, one of the largest US regional airlines, has certainly been affected by the volatile economic conditions in the last decade. Just over a year after its emergence from Chapter 11, anna.aero examines the airline’s network.

Go-fly 10 years on: What happened to the routes and people behind Europe's then third biggest LCC?

Go-fly 10 years on: What happened to the routes and people behind Europe’s then third biggest LCC?

Remember Go? Ten years ago it was Europe’s third largest LCC with a fleet of 27 737s based at London Stansted, Bristol and East Midlands. Then easyJet decided to make an offer Go’s majority shareholder (3i) couldn’t refuse. So what became of Go’s route network and the senior management team that ran the airline?

easyJet picks Portugal for 20th base; in 2011 Lisbon will become first new base since Lyon and Paris CDG in 2008

easyJet picks Portugal for 20th base; in 2011 Lisbon will become first new base since Lyon and Paris CDG in 2008

easyJet’s new CEO got to announce a new base this week even though it won’t open for over a year. Which destinations does easyJet already serve from Lisbon, when did they start and what competition does it face?


London – Newcastle air traffic back to pre-9/11 levels; BA, easyJet and Flybe share market

Article Thumbnail: Route AnalysisEastern, Gill Air, Go and Jet2.com have all served this market in recent years but now there are just three airlines each using a different London airport. When did demand peak and how much has it fallen in recent years?

easyJet plans to withdraw from East Midlands; only Geneva and Venice lost as destinations*

Article Thumbnail: Airline AnalysiseasyJet has announced plans to close its East Midlands base but is being rather vague about when. We take a look at the history of the airline’s network at the airport and how competition has increased since 2002.

Not so Happy Hawaii* sees capacity drop by 30% after Aloha’s collapse

Article Thumbnail: Country FocusThe islands of Hawaii will see the biggest year-on-year capacity cut this winter of any US ‘state’ as a result of Aloha’s demise in March. But which are the leading airports and carriers operating on inter-island, mainland USA and international flights? We reveal all.