Articles Tagged ‘KLM’
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 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 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
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
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
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.
anna.aero’s Chief Analyst Nick Preston recently visited Leeds Bradford Airport to meet its Aviation and Commercial Director John Cunliffe. The airport is aiming to increase passenger numbers by 25% over the next five years, and the discussion turned to targets for new routes and infrastructure development plans.
Peru prospers from continued growth with 12% more seats flown in 2018; Chile overtakes US to become leading international market
There were 31.30 million two-way seats available on all flights serving Peru in 2018, an impressive 12% increase on the previous year. Nick Preston examines the country’s air service network trends over the past 10 years and identifies its leading airports, airlines and international country markets.
Edmonton Airport set to record 7.8 million terminal passengers for 2018; ULCCs Flair Airlines and Swoop drive second consecutive year of growth
Edmonton Airport handled 7.38 million terminal passengers in 2017, returning to growth after two years of declining traffic. Figures for 2018 suggest that it was on target to exceed 7.80 million passengers by the end of December. Nick Preston takes a closer look at the Albertan airport’s network developments.
Hear from Singapore Airlines, Philippine Airlines, Cathay Pacific and more at FTE Asia EXPO 2018 – FREE for airlines and airports
Future Travel Experience Asia EXPO 2018, an anna.aero sister event, is taking place in Singapore from 13-14 November. With 1,750 aviation industry innovators expected at the free-to-attend passenger experience and business performance event, make sure to register for this great networking opportunity.
With the start of W18/19 now less than three weeks away, we decided to peer into the future to see which airlines will be ruling the roost this winter. Nick Preston identifies those carriers offering the most routes and which will operate from the most country markets and airports in a typical week during W18/19.
Swedish seats soar by 64% over past 10 years; foreign flights lead growth, Germany is top international destination in S18
There are 51.22 million two-way seats scheduled on flights serving Swedish airports in 2018, 2.7% more than last year. The Nordic nation has seen a 64% jump in available seats since 2009. Nick Preston takes a look at the main drivers of this growth, including Sweden’s leading airlines, airports and routes.