Articles Tagged ‘Istanbul’
THY to explain “largest airline on Earth” goal to anna.aero/ACI Abu Dhabi network planning conference
Orhan Sivrikaya, Chief Commercial Officer of Turkish Airlines is the latest recruit to our event – he will tell the Abu Dhabi conference how around 100 airports across Europe, the Middle East and Africa could benefit from new THY routes because of the unique geographical benefits of its rocketing Istanbul hub.
Italy again featured high in the airport prizes – Venice Marco Polo for the most new carriers, while Bari and Trapani both secured Traffic Growth Prizes. Moscow Domodedovo gained the Most New Routes, while Istanbul Atatürk and Schiphol share the valuable title for Most New Non-European Routes.
Pegasus expanding internationally with new routes to Romania and Iran; four new 737s delivered in April
Turkish LCC Pegasus is expanding rapidly, having already added seven new 737-800s to its fleet in 2011. How is its route network split between domestic and international services and which are the leading country markets it serves? Which new routes is it adding from Istanbul this summer?
Analysis of data at 300 European airports reveals winners and losers in 2010 by airport and country; demand up 4.8%
We analyse our updated, downloadable spreadsheet featuring traffic and trend data for 300 European airports. Which airports were among the fastest-growing two years running and which were the fastest-growing (and shrinking) country markets?
Turkish Airlines now #4 among Europe’s flag-carriers; over 20 destinations added from Istanbul in two years
Now operating more than 150 aircraft, Turkish Airlines is rapidly creating a major hub in Istanbul. How quickly is its transfer traffic growing and which are the airline’s leading country markets? And which sporting teams and stars is it sponsoring to help spread its ‘global’ message?
Barcelona El Prat now fastest growing of Europe’s major airports; Copenhagen and Rome also up more than 10%
With 10 months of data for 2010 we take a closer look at how Europe’s top 16 airports have performed year-on-year. Which is the only one not to have grown in any month so far this year? And which two airports just escaped this fate thanks to October growth?
Air Astana reveals plans to add five new routes this winter; Russia, Tajikistan, Turkey and Uzbekistan to benefit
Air Astana will soon be receiving some lovely new E190s and has announced some new routes on which they will operate. Three of the routes are from Almaty, the country’s former capital and growing hub for the airline.
Vueling now carrying 11 million passengers per annum; Barcelona now a proper hub; Ciudad Real new for winter
The ‘new’ Vueling operates a fleet of 37 A320s but how seasonal is demand? Which are the airline’s busiest country markets and what is unusual about its UK flights? Which new routes are being started this winter?
You want a country where air travel is booming? Then look no further than Turkey. Passenger numbers are up almost a quarter this year and all airports are growing. But which are growing fastest and which have been Turkish Airlines’ new destinations this year?
Want some airport (and airline) awards that are based on transparent analysis of numerical data? You got it. Will it throw up some unusual winners? You bet.
Turkmenistan’s all-Boeing fleet set to grow as Birmingham route outperforms London; Istanbul is top Ashgabat route
We like a challenge, and finding useful data on air transport in Turkmenistan comes into that category. How big is the national airline’s fleet and which routes does it operate? Who else operates flights to Ashgabat? And why is Birmingham such a popular route?
SunExpress: Booming Lufthansa/Turkish JV grew 32% in 2009! Will it grow by frequency or routes in 2010?
A rapidly growing carrier based in Turkey? Is it Turkish Airlines? Is it Pegasus? No it’s SunExpress. And the carrier plans to grow a further 25% this year. Which are its biggest Turkish bases?