Articles Tagged ‘IBZ’
TAP Air Portugal will now serve 12 airports in Spain, including three in the Canaries, as its Africa network – with 9% of seats – sees two new routes.
As Corendon announces two new bases, with 15 new routes from Düsseldorf, we look at what it’ll introduce and the scheduling of its two based aircraft.
Ryanair opens 99 new routes and inaugurates bases at London Southend and Bordeaux.
Ryanair launches 41 new routes between 31 March and 1 April – Tetouan is newest airport to join network.
Vueling will offer 3.59 million seats on flights serving Paris Orly in 2018, a 3.8% increase on 2017. Since beginning flights to the French capital’s secondary hub in 2009, it has consistently grown its annual capacity proposition from the airport. Nick Preston examines recent developments in the LCC’s Orly network.
LEVEL launches eight routes from Vienna to destinations in Croatia, Cyprus, France, Italy and Spain.
Air France begins operations from three French airports to seasonal destinations.
Jet2.com’s biggest base Manchester analysed; capacity set to grow 19% this year to 1.57 million one-way seats; Turkish market growing fast
With over 50,000 one-way seats during its peak weeks, Manchester Airport has worked its way to become Jet2.com’s biggest base – nearly double the size of the LCC’s next largest hub at Leeds Bradford. Marc Watkins analyses this +40-destination operation to reveal the areas of its recent growth, as well as its biggest routes and […]
easyJet starts new services from bases in France, Germany, Italy, Switzerland and the UK.
LEVEL announces its intention to start 14 routes from Vienna Airport – with six to start later this month. Marc Watkins takes a look at the airline rankings at the Austrian capital city airport and the competition on the routes it has announced so far.
Ernest launches services from seven different Italian airports – includes first flights to Romania and Spain.
easyJet vs. Ryanair in the UK; low-level route duplication at shared hubs, Spanish sun routes see most competition
On 13 June Ryanair announced its plans to open a base at London Southend with three aircraft operating 13 routes from April 2019. Southend is already a base for easyJet. Nick Preston decided to take a look at how the two low-cost heavyweights compete at the eight UK airports they both already consider home.