Articles Tagged ‘KLM’

Salvador stuns with spectacular night-time arch

Salvador stuns with spectacular night-time arch

We have a total of four fantastic entries in this week’s Arch of Triumph; three from Europe and one from South America.

KLM turns 100

KLM turns 100

In this week’s Network Planning Community News, KLM turns 100, Finavia celebrates the launch of two new connections, Salvador Bahia sees services to Sao Paulo and Aracaju, S7 Airlines welcomes its 100th aircraft, Norwegian suspends Las Vegas route, and Carlisle Airport opens for business.

New airline routes launched (04 June – 10 June 2019)

New airline routes launched (04 June – 10 June 2019)

In this week’s edition, a total of 29 new routes were launched by some 21 airlines, including KLM’s new nonstop service between Amsterdam and Las Vegas- the first direct connection between Holland and the US state of Nevada.


Vegas McCarran comes up trumps for KLM

Vegas McCarran comes up trumps for KLM

 We have had water arch salutes from five contenders this week with three US-originating routes dominating.

KLM parties its way into Las Vegas from Amsterdam

KLM parties its way into Las Vegas from Amsterdam

KLM launched a nonstop transatlantic service between Amsterdam to Las Vegas on 06 June.

Europe claims latest victory in Arch of Triumph competition

Europe claims latest victory in Arch of Triumph competition

In this week’s Arch of Triumph competition, eight airports from across Europe and North America compete to be crowned the latest weekly victor in this competition. Take a look to see which European airport has helped keep the momentum alive for the continent which is still the reigning champion.


KLM clicks its clogs to Wroclaw

KLM clicks its clogs to Wroclaw

KLM begins a daily service between Amsterdam and its fourth Polish destination.

Wroclaw traffic jumps 17% in 2018 to over three million; welcomes 14% rise in passengers during Q1 2019; ULCCs dominate capacity

Wroclaw traffic jumps 17% in 2018 to over three million; welcomes 14% rise in passengers during Q1 2019; ULCCs dominate capacity

Wroclaw Airport handled 3.35 million passengers in 2018, a rise of 145% versus the levels encountered 10 years ago. anna.aero’s Assistant Editor Mohammad Bhimani looks at the airport’s recent traffic developments and new routes which have contributed to its successful growth over the last decade.

KLM begins Boston – its 10th US service

KLM begins Boston – its 10th US service

KLM begins a three times weekly service between Amsterdam and Boston – Las Vegas up next. 


Turkish Airlines overtakes Lufthansa to become Europe's leading flag carrier; Gibraltar fastest-growing country market in Q2 2019

Turkish Airlines overtakes Lufthansa to become Europe’s leading flag carrier; Gibraltar fastest-growing country market in Q2 2019

With S19 starting this weekend, anna.aero has looked at Europe’s fastest-growing airlines and country markets during Q2 2019 to see who the big winners are. The main story is that Turkish Airlines has overtaken Lufthansa to become the continent’s leading flag carrier, with it now the third largest airline after Ryanair and easyJet.

Ethiopian Airlines set to serve more country markets than MEB3 in S19, Ryanair still tops route table

Ethiopian Airlines set to serve more country markets than MEB3 in S19, Ryanair still tops route table

The start of the S19 season is fast approaching, so it is high time to take a look at how the world’s schedules are shaping up. Nick Preston reveals which airlines will operate the most airport pairs, serve the largest number of country markets and fly from the most airports in a typical week during […]

European flag carriers react to transatlantic low-cost penetration, with average economy point-to-point fares falling 9.1% in 2018

European flag carriers react to transatlantic low-cost penetration, with average economy point-to-point fares falling 9.1% in 2018

In anna.aero’s latest partnership with aviation performance data experts RDC, we look at Europe’s biggest flag carriers across the Atlantic and see how they are adjusting fares in order to compete with the growing market of LCCs to North America, with data showing that the latter group’s fares are, in fact, going up.