Articles Tagged ‘Innsbruck’
Transavia has launched services between Brussels Airport and Innsbruck, offering two weekly flights to the winter sports hotspot that combines nature and culture and winning anna.aero’s prestigious Route of the Week prize.
Luxair announces four summer-seasonal services; airBaltic jets to Gatwick and Dublin from Vilnius; and Eastern Airways surfs into Newquay.
Luxair will begin Bordeaux, Innsbruck, Marseille, and Salzburg in the next month, along with previously announced Manchester.
Vienna passes 20 million mark and increases its share of Austrian traffic to over 81% despite new government tax
As Austria gears up for the winter ski season, how well have its airports performed in 2011? Which two airline groups account for three-quarters of all scheduled seat capacity this winter, and which airlines have added new services from Vienna since the beginning of the year?
Unexpected heavy snow across many parts of Europe may have made potential passengers think twice about booking an expensive skiing holiday, but which airports and airlines have added most new scheduled services aimed at snow-lovers?
New winter ski routes from Russia, Scandinavia and UK; Copenhagen to Geneva attracts three new airlines
The start of the European ski season is imminent so we take a look at which airlines have started new routes to the major airports serving the ski market. And which UK LCC has resorted to poetry to entice passengers?
Profitable for the last 10 years KLM’s wholly-owned subsidiary Transavia.com has had to set up a foreign base to maintain growth. At which Austrian airport is it the second busiest carrier in winter?
One of Europe’s great ski destinations is also home to one of Europe’s greatest cultural cities. Vienna dominates the Austrian aviation landscape though five smaller regional airport generate nearly five million passengers per year. LCCs are growing their market share and SkyEurope is making a determined effort to take on Austrian.