Articles Tagged ‘GRZ’
Salvador Bahia in Brazil won last week’s Arch of Triumph award for the impressive aqua performance that it laid on for Copa Airlines’ inaugural flight from Panama City. See which airport this week has attempted to match the results of Salvador Bahia and tried to break into the top 10 FTWA leaderboard.
easyJet adds three lines from Basel and 10 from Tegel – also marks return of Norway to route map.
Laudamotion starts 32 new routes with Berlin Tegel, Palma de Mallorca and Vienna being its main focus cities.
Eurowings starts flights from 11 different Austrian and German airports.
Nine airports battle it out for this week’s Arch of Triumph trophy, including a coloured FTWA from one airport. Was it in honour of the inaugural airline or merely to the city’s football team? Also Europe passes the 100-mark in terms of the number of entries so far this year.
KLM begins daily flights from Amsterdam to the Polish, Austrian and Portuguese cities.
2015 Arch of Triumph Champions, and last year’s runner-up, Birmingham Airport certainly knows the ingredients of cooking-up a winning FTWA. Find our which of this week’s six entries from around the world have discovered some of the UK airport’s recipe for success.
Tampa Airport has expanded its domination of new route marketing, having regularly provided anna.aero with Cake of the Week winners, it has now stretched its reach into the world of FTWAs. Four airports from around the globe aim to emulate the Floridian airport’s achievements this week.
bmi regional starts-up its Birmingham operations with a twice-weekly Graz service.
bmi regional appears to be finally finding its niche in the European market, operating routes for large corporations and complementing those by finding city pairs with high levels of business traffic to sustain its regional jet fleet. We investigate the slowdown in the airline’s route turnover and where its operations are focused.
Vienna’s passenger share of monthly traffic in Austria ranges between 73% and 88% due to ski demand; Linz and Klagenfurt declining fast
In 2015 over 27 million passengers travelled through the six largest airports in Austria, with Vienna welcoming a little over 83% of the nation’s passengers. However, the ski tourism industry in Austria greatly influences the passenger share throughout the year from the country’s capital. We take a closer look at Austria’s seasonality as a destination, […]
NIKI growing in Croatia and Portugal in S16; operates 20 A320-series aircraft with Palma de Mallorca and Abu Dhabi top routes by ASKs
With 11% of seat capacity at Vienna, NIKI is the second biggest carrier in the Austrian capital after Austrian Airlines, and will serve 52 destinations this summer. We reveal what route changes have happened since last summer.