Articles Tagged ‘Hamburg’
With another 27 routes revealed, including eight from Bucharest, eight from Varna, and three from Odesa, we look at the carrier’s summer plans.
As Wizz Air reveals 21 new + resumed routes, we look at what and where – with core unserved routes now to be served. Despite coronavirus, anna.aero has reported on 88 new Wizz Air routes in 16 days (!).
As Wizz Air announces yet more routes, meaning nearly 100 in the past few weeks, we see where and what.
As Wizz Air announces its next Ukraine base, Lviv, with significant stimulation expected, we look at its network from this increasingly important country.
airBaltic will base a third A220-300 at Vilnius and begin Dubrovnik, Gothenburg, Hamburg, Rijeka and Zurich from Vilnius. None will have direct competition.
Hamburg is base #80 for Ryanair; seven new routes in six countries with two based aircraft starting in November
First Nuremberg and now Hamburg. Ryanair is sending a clear message that Germany is a target market next winter. We reveal what competition the carrier will face on its new routes and the history of Ryanair in the region.
German domestic air travel demand up almost 9% in May; airberlin helps Frankfurt – Hamburg grow 23% in 2010
German domestic air traffic grew by just 2% in 2010, and the ranking of the top 10 domestic airport-pairs remained unchanged. But which six saw growth and which saw traffic fall? Which German airport has seen domestic traffic fall by over 20% this year and which new domestic routes have been started?
100-year-old Hamburg Airport seems to defeat the effect of the German eco-tax as Lufthansa announces capacity growth. But how will the airline even increase capacity without the need to change its network? And to where has it already announced capacity growth?
Air France doubles international network from Toulouse with addition of two new German routes to Hamburg and Düsseldorf
Air France may be the biggest carrier at Toulouse Blagnac airport but it currently only operates two international routes (both to Italy). From November it will add two German routes. On which one will it face low-cost competition?
German air travel tax will result in further fall in domestic demand; Lufthansa and airberlin dominate main routes
Unlike France and the UK, Germany’s domestic air travel network is not focussed on one large city. But how have the top 10 domestic routes evolved during the last decade? Which is the only monopoly route and the only one served by a proper LCC?
German airport traffic up in November and December; Memmingen and Weeze both grow over 50% thanks to LCCs
Passenger numbers at Germany’s biggest airports were down 4.6% in 2009 but several smaller airports reported impressive growth thanks to LCCs. And which airports have grown slowest over the last 15 years?
Lufthansa’s in-house LCC is celebrating its seventh birthday with several new routes. But how has the network developed season-by-season from each of its five bases? Which country markets lead the way this winter?