Articles Tagged ‘Italian airports’
Naples Airport seeing double-digit international growth; easyJet leads way but Air Arabia Maroc, Finnair and SWISS all new carriers in 2015
Italy’s eighth busiest airport is on track to pass six million passengers in 2015. We look at traffic growth during the last 20 years, the airport’s seasonality profile, most popular routes in 2014 and biggest airlines in 2015.
Western Europe’s main air travel markets growing solidly in 2014 after difficult 2013; Ireland and Norway impacted most by Easter shift
Passenger numbers have been growing steadily if unspectacularly at airports in most Western European countries, even in Italy and Spain which had such a tough time in 2013.
Despite gaining access to Milan Linate last March, using its specially-painted aircraft, easyJet is a loser in the battle for the Italian domestic market. anna.aero takes a look at the dynamics in a near-60 million annual passenger market.
Italian airport passenger numbers down 3.3% in first half of 2013; international routes show 1% growth
June 2013 saw Italian airports report their first combined year-on-year increase in passenger numbers since July 2012. We reveal which airports are growing fastest, and how each of the country’s leading airports is performing. Plus analysis of the Italian domestic market in which Volotea is growing quickly.
Comiso Airport is the new kid on the block in the Sicilian airport market as Ryanair starts the first of three planned routes. If three is a crowd, what does that make four airports competing for Sicily’s air travel demand?
Ryanair, Verona’s second biggest carrier, withdraws 11 routes with immediate effect; Meridiana fly Volotea respond
Ryanair has abandoned the Verona market at short notice after a disagreement with the airport authority. Which routes will be lost and which have already been taken up by other carriers (or soon will be)? Find out what both parties had to say on the matter.
Milan Malpensa sees Air One and easyJet expand networks after Lufthansa Italia’s closure last October
Italy’s second busiest airport has seen plenty of changes in the last 15 years. When did traffic peak at the airport, which are the leading airlines and country markets, and which airlines have been busy launching new routes in the last 12 months. And which destinations does Alitalia still serve?
Bologna’s traffic has boomed since Ryanair established a base in 2009, but which other airlines serve the northern Italian airport? Which is the airport’s biggest country market, and which market is growing the fastest? And which are the four new airlines to have launched flights to the airport in the last year?
Airport traffic data for June suggests that passenger demand picked up compared with May in four of the five leading European country markets (and we don’t know about Italy yet because we haven’t got any data). But which countries saw the biggest improvement in June?
Sicily’s Palermo Airport grew by 14% in 2011; Ryanair ranks second after Alitalia; Volotea latest new airline
The airport serving Sicily’s capital grew by 14% last year, but why the sudden increase? By how much does domestic traffic dominate the airport traffic? Just how few are the network carriers serving Palermo? And why is the Spanish market growing so fast?
Venice Airport welcomes over 50 new services in 2012; Volotea leads way followed by Air One and easyJet
After a traffic boost last summer due to the temporary closure (for repairs) of nearby Treviso airport, Venice is now welcoming over 50 new services in its own right this summer. But how has traffic developed over the last decade, and which airlines are starting which services this summer?
Italy’s Parma airport (not Spain’s Palma airport) has announced a new partnership with a small Italian airline, which plans to base three aircraft at the airport. Who currently operates to Parma, how has traffic developed in the last couple of years and what aircraft does Air Vallée currently operate?