Articles Tagged ‘KLM’
KLM and Qantas both ended 747 passenger operations on 29 March, having started in the same year. We look their 747 routes and capacity development.
With large search volume, big existing local market (plus many connections), good growth, and above-average fare, Amsterdam – Ho Chi Minh City makes sense.
KLM serves 16 UK airports with 67 daily flights. 2.2m connect, especially to Western Europe. Germany is the top country, but London – Lagos and London – Accra are top city-pairs.
It was a head-to-head this time round with Clark International up against Edinburgh Airport. Although the KLM service wasn’t *technically* a new route, as a nice 100th birthday present for the airline we made an exception…
In this week’s network planning community newsletter: Africa World Airlines announces a codeshare with Brussels Airlines; Air Transat brings A321LR to Gatwick; KLM celebrates 100 years; Uzbekistan Airways connects Munich with Tashkent; Birmingham Airport adds Austrian Airlines; Melbourne Airport announces new Asiana and Jetstar routes; Air Astana launches A321LR operations to Moscow; Cabo Verde Airlines announces […]
KLM is to start a three-weekly Austin service from S20. Presently, Austin has three non-stop services to Europe, with 387,000 non-stop seats available. Based on KLM’s timings, it’s estimated that 32 online destinations will be reachable over Amsterdam. These 32, plus Amsterdam, saw 205,000 passengers from Austin in 2018, up 51,000 over 2014.
We have a total of four fantastic entries in this week’s Arch of Triumph; three from Europe and one from South America.
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.
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.
We have had water arch salutes from five contenders this week with three US-originating routes dominating.
KLM launched a nonstop transatlantic service between Amsterdam to Las Vegas on 06 June.
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.