Articles Tagged ‘Greece’
Aegean Airlines is to start 33 additional routes next summer, with 2021 to be one of its best-ever years for non-Athens capacity across Europe.
Almost every European airport experienced passenger traffic going backward in September 2020. Kos didn’t. We look at its network.
Lufthansa will begin 13 summer-seasonal routes from FRA. Six are to Greece; Lufthansa will now have 11 routes to the country from its top airport in S21.
Despite tough times, we explore Europe’s top-20 most profitable markets last year. The UK’s quarantine undermines the recovery of the #1 most profitable market, UK – Spain.
Wizz Air started Budapest – Mykonos on 4 August, with all eight of the ULCC’s Greek airports now linked to the Hungarian capital.
Volotea has put on sale 41 new routes, with all but one domestic. Almost all start in early July, and 66% will have direct competition.
As Wizz Air discloses 14 more new routes from July, on top of 12 announced in the past week, we look into what it plans and why.
The EU suspended the ‘80% rule’ on 1 April from the current exceptional circumstances. With 88 level three EU airports in S20, we look at what’s happening.
Jet2 will serve Kalamata and Mytilene from Birmingham. With big growth planned, Birmingham is to be the carrier’s #2 airport this year, from #4.
The final new route numbers are in for 2018! anna.aero has been busy studying its New Routes Database to highlight the most newsworthy network statistics from last year. We reveal the top airlines, country markets and airports for new routes in 2018, and a take a look ahead to see what is coming in 2019.
Swedish seats soar by 64% over past 10 years; foreign flights lead growth, Germany is top international destination in S18
There are 51.22 million two-way seats scheduled on flights serving Swedish airports in 2018, 2.7% more than last year. The Nordic nation has seen a 64% jump in available seats since 2009. Nick Preston takes a look at the main drivers of this growth, including Sweden’s leading airlines, airports and routes.
Russia rules European capacity growth in 2017; FLAPI airports all see traffic increase, Amsterdam fastest growing last year
Russia led a group of 20 select European nations with a 16% year-on-year increase in departing seat capacity in 2017. Nick Preston examines other European traffic trends, including growth rates at the continent’s five largest hub airports, with Amsterdam seeing the biggest increase in passengers last year.