Articles Tagged ‘Gothenburg’
airBaltic will base a third A220-300 at Vilnius and begin Dubrovnik, Gothenburg, Hamburg, Rijeka and Zurich from Vilnius. None will have direct competition.
431 routes within Europe have 20,000+ passengers connecting. 95 of these have 50%+ passengers flying indirectly with a median 27,000 per route.
Ryanair has reached milestones at two Scandinavian airports and decided to celebrate with some lucky passengers.
Following on from the two on-site newspapers anna.aero produced in partnership with the 128th IATA Schedules Conference in Gothenburg, we have now produced our final online edition covering the last days of networking and new route announcements. If you didn’t make it to GOT, you can read all the issues here.
Gothenburg airports on track for best ever year; city prepares to welcome world’s airline schedulers to IATA conference
Gothenburg is one of Europe’s smaller cities to be served by two airports, but how have passenger numbers developed in recent years? Which are the biggest carriers at both airports and which are the busiest routes from Landvetter? Which routes should see significant growth in 2011?
Scandinavian LCC Norwegian grew by 31% last year (measured by ASKs), and is now developing a network from Sweden’s second busiest airport. Which routes will it be offering from mid-June, what frequencies will they operate at and what competition will they face? And how fast is Gothenburg airport growing right now?
This week’s 30-second interview is with new Swedavia CEO Torborg Chetkovich. What route opportunities does she see at Sweden’s two largest airports, Stockholm-Arlanda and Gothenburg Landvetter? And how key are the regional airports to the new Swedavia strategy?
The great anna.aero European domestic fare comparison; 30 routes in seven countries on seven city-pairs compared
We compare day return air fares for this week and next February across seven European countries and see if LCCs are really that much cheaper than legacy carriers. Which route has the cheapest fares and which airline is the most expensive?
When easyJet launched its latest destination, we just had to attend the celebrations – at both ends of the route! We have great pictures and video from the performance at London Gatwick as well as fantastic coverage of the multi-faceted event at Gothenburg Landvetter, which included the delicious Cake of the Week.
UK carriers (re)discover Gothenburg; BA and easyJet decide time is right to take on City Airline, Ryanair and SAS
The UK to Gothenburg market has been dominated by Ryanair, SAS and City Airline in recent years, but now both British Airways and easyJet plan to start new London routes before the end of 2010. Which UK regional airports are connected to the Swedish city?
City Airline adjusts network policy; JetBlue finally gets to serve Reagan; Nas Air ramps up international routes; Wizz Air raises Luton network to 20 routes
Sweden’s City Airline is under new ownership and tweaks its schedule while JetBlue reveals plans for Washington’s downtown airport. Nas Air is expanding across the Middle East while Wizz Air’s Luton ‘base’ gets bigger.
Gothenburg’s City Airline more than trebles fleet capacity; launches Mediterranean flights and expands regionally
anna.aero has met with City Airline’s CEO and got some insight into the airline’s aggressive expansion. Which aircraft has the airline opted for and why? What have the load factors been like so far? Why is the airline launching short domestic routes? And which is the airline’s new leading country market?