Articles Tagged ‘KEF’
WOW Air begins its latest service from Reykjavik/Keflavik to Billund, a service facing direct competition from Icelandair.
WOW air adds services from Reykjavik/Keflavik, to Dublin, initially operating twice-weekly using the airline’s A320s.
Transatlantic market grows by 6% in 2015; Delta Air Lines, British Airways, United Airlines and American Airlines lead way
Despite currency fluctuations the Europe to North America market looks in good shape this summer with capacity up and many new routes being launched among the almost 60 airlines serving the market.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Newcastle Airport celebrates its Route of the Week award; Portland celebrates its Cake of the Week win; Flybe celebrates the launch of flights to Corsica; Leeds Bradford celebrates milestone with British Airways; Jet2.com adds more routes; Vueling celebrates in Seville; and more.
There were eight fire truck salute entries for the anna.aero “Arch of Triumph” in this week’s competition with Portland’s win closely followed by stunning performances by Memmingen and Newcastle.
Jet2.com’s expansion at Edinburgh for S16; awards for Bournemouth and Reykjavik/Keflavik and news from Amsterdam, Austin and Bristol
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Bournemouth Airport celebrates winning ‘Cake of the Week’ for the launch of services by Flybe, Air Canada lands in Austin from Toronto, Anadolujet lands in Adiyaman, Edinburgh unveils its new ‘Selfie’ centre piece, and Schiphol says a fond farewell to Jasper Spruit.
Icelandair makes Portland in Oregon its latest North American destination with twice-weekly flights.
Located south of the Columbia River in Multnomah County, Portland Airport is classified as the 29th busiest airport in the US, having handled around 16 million passengers in 2014. With Icelandair touching down for the first time at the airport on 19 May (attended by anna.aero’s Chief Analyst, Ralph Anker), we take a closer look […]
Icelandair makes Portland in Oregon its 10th US destination, and 14th in North America. anna.aero was there for the inaugural flight in both directions. See what a water arch salute looks like from inside a 757!
Budapest Airport, still the only airport in the world to benefit from on-site fire truck water arch training from one of anna.aero’s four esteemed judges, now has three ‘Arch of Triumph’ certificates on its fire station walls as a result. Seven airports from across the world battle it out for this week’s award.
WOW air adds a new transatlantic flight to the US with the addition of four weekly departures to Baltimore/Washington from Reykjavik/Keflavik, using its A320s.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, HK Express celebrates the first anniversary of its operations to Seoul Incheon, while Air Europa launches its first 787-8 service between Madrid and Miami. More news from Brussels, Stuttgart, Groningen, Moscow Sheremetyevo, Milan Malpensa, Pristina, Birmingham–Shuttlesworth, Routes Europe and Wizz Air.