Articles Tagged ‘KLM’
Leeds Bradford Airport celebrates Ryanair’s S14 Barcelona Girona; and the Chinese New Year with KLM’s connection to China
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, anna.aero reports from Leeds Bradford Airport, which celebrates the announcement of Ryanair’s new S14 route to Barcelona Girona and KLM’s connections to 18 Asian destinations as part of the Chinese New Year.
Chile’s seat capacity has grown by 10% in 2013, with the domestic sector outperforming the international one. With the flag carrier, LAN Airlines, rapidly expanding and commanding over 65% of weekly seats and flights, anna.aero takes a closer look at this fast-growing dynamic market.
Bahrain’s home carrier Gulf Air has completed its network consolidation and is returning to new route growth in 2014 — good news for the country market which has not only had to deal with the restructuring of its biggest airline, but also the loss of its second carrier, Bahrain Air, last year too.
Air France A380 at Cancun; Shannon’s capacity boost; Stansted’s new security area; celebrations at Bogotá, Leeds Bradford, Amsterdam, CityJet, Edinburgh, Kuala Lumpur and Berlin Tegel
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, anna.aero reports from Cancun Airport as it welcome its first A380 flight. We also have news from Bogotá, CityJet, Edinburgh, Leeds Bradford, London Stansted, Shannon, Amsterdam, Kuala Lumpur and Berlin Tegel.
KLM inaugurates services from its Amsterdam hub to Florence in northern Italy.
Netherlands — growing faster than France, Italy, Germany and Spain; Eindhoven set to break 3m in 2013
Europe’s ninth largest country market in terms of weekly seats available, the Netherlands has grown its weekly seats by 4.5% in the last 12 months (including transavia.com’s new Amsterdam to Turin link started on 10 October), just behind the continent’s average of 4.8%, but ahead of four out of five of the FIGUS nations – […]
The tenth annual World Low Cost Airlines Congress in London; the new germanwings; HOP! competes with high-speed rail; and the short-haul fishbowl
The tenth annual WLCAC, held at London Heathrow, saw interviews with germanwings CEO, Thomas Winkelmann; HOP!’s EVP Commercial, Helene Abraham; market share growth discussion panel with KLM, CityJet, germanwings and Copenhagen Airport; discussions on the European short-haul market and a ‘one year on’ talk from fastjet CCO, Richard Bodin.
Air France KLM, Norwegian, Volotea celebrate milestones; Singapore Changi and Granada airports pose with awards
In this week’s portion of Network Planning Community News, anna.aero reports from Granada & Changi Airports, Volotea welcomes their 250,000th passenger, Norwegian achieves a first in Denmark with its new 787, Leeds Bradford passes 3 million mark and Air France KLM launch photo exhibition in Moscow.
KLM – possibly Europe’s “most stable” airline; just four routes dropped and five started in last 12 months
KLM is not only one of the world’s oldest airlines, but also one of the least active, at least when it comes to network changes. We examine which routes have the highest weekly seat capacity, which routes have been started and stopped in the last 12 months, and which Scandinavian and Asian country markets are […]
Christchurch first to greet new Prince; Moscow Sheremetyevo celebrates with KLM; Interjet takes its first Sukhoi Superjet 100
In this week’s portion of Network Planning Community News, anna.aero reports from Christchurch, who welcomed the arrival of the third in-line to England’s throne, Moscow Sheremetyevo, where KLM celebrated 55 years of service, and from Toluca, where Interjet’s first Sukhoi Superjet 100 landed on Tuesday.
Taipei Taoyuan Airport ready to break 30m annual passengers in 2013; new flights to Indonesia, Thailand and Malaysia spearhead growth
Once the home to the world’s tallest building, Taipei 101, the city is having to console itself with having a fast growing international airport instead, with Taipei Taoyuan International Airport delivering double digit passenger increases in two of the last three years. anna.aero finds out just how high it can go.
Denmark will be hosting Eurovision 2014 after Emmelie de Forest won the 2013 contest in Malmö at the weekend. The influx of foreign visitors expected for the 39-country, Europe-wide song contest may well be the additional traffic boost that sees Denmark’s airports top 30 million annual passengers for the first time next year.