Articles Tagged ‘Kos’
Ryanair reveals Treviso as its next base with 18 routes coming for 45 in S21. Treviso is the ULCC’s 28th largest airport and biggest remaining non-base.
19 of Jet2’s 29 summer routes will have direct competition when they begin, with the carrier’s entry at Bristol partly from Thomas Cook’s end.
Almost every European airport experienced passenger traffic going backward in September 2020. Kos didn’t. We look at its network.
Lufthansa will begin 13 summer-seasonal routes from FRA. Six are to Greece; Lufthansa will now have 11 routes to the country from its top airport in S21.
Qingdao Airlines launches direct flights between Zhanjiang and Sihanoukville.
Cambodia Airways commences service to Siem Reap and Sihanoukville.
Europe goes three weeks without a win – no entries either! North America takes back-to-back victories
This week’s winning airport has had an unprecedented year, not because of some significant slugs of air service development, but because it has added the Arch of Triumph as the cherry on the top of those achievements. Find out which of five global airports will have something extra to celebrate this week.
AirAsia commences one domestic and two regional sectors.
Cambodia reports double-digit passenger growth for sixth straight year; Thailand overtakes Vietnam to be leading country market
We reveal how Cambodia’s two main airports have developed their traffic since 2000, examine their seasonality profiles and rank the top country destinations and airlines serving the market. Plus, what’s coming up in 2016.
Perth Airport poses with its Arch of Triumph certificate; another Oz airport makes last ditch effort for 2015 title
Talk about leaving it late. We’re in the last month of the 2015 Arch of Triumph competition and some airports are going the whole hog to break up the party at the top of the leader board. Find out whether any of this week’s five entries – none from Europe again ‒ have done enough […]
Lucky Air becomes first Chinese airline to serve Sihanoukville from Kunming.
Greece’s tourism airports doing reasonably well this summer helped by over 80 new services from Europe’s LCCs
Tourism is critical to the ailing Greek economy so what do passenger figures for July for the country’s airports tell us about the industry? How seasonal is demand, which airports are shrinking, which are growing, and which of Europe’s LCCs have been particularly busy launching new services?