Articles Tagged ‘LBC’
Lübeck Airport celebrated the first Lübeck Air flight to Salzburg on 3 July 2021 with a luxurious pure chocolate tarte, full of pralines. The new route connects two cities and regions with touristic treasures from the Alps to the Baltic Sea and Mozart to marzipan.
Despite coronavirus, Lübeck Air took to the skies on 17 August. This is the first time since 2016 that Lübeck Airport has had scheduled service; its role is now very different than before.
During a hectic schedule for both airports at the recent Routes Europe in Belfast, the route development teams of Hamburg and Marseille airports used some downtime for an ‘airport to airport’ meeting – rather than the more typical ‘airport to airline’ ones. Could this city pair be Europe’s most mouth-watering new route opportunity?
Wizz Air begins services on 14 new routes – welcomes Bratislava, Kaunas and Palanga to its network.
Hamburg is base #80 for Ryanair; seven new routes in six countries with two based aircraft starting in November
First Nuremberg and now Hamburg. Ryanair is sending a clear message that Germany is a target market next winter. We reveal what competition the carrier will face on its new routes and the history of Ryanair in the region.
Wizz Air begins services from Ohrid to Basel – with another three routes being launching from Skopje.
Wizz Air now links Riga to Liverpool, Lübeck and Stavanger, as well as Vilnius to Belfast International, Frankfurt Hahn and Malmö using its A320s.
Stockholm Arlanda celebrates Cake prize; Milan Malpensa shows off Route award; Birmingham charity cycle ride; Peach welcomes passenger #3m, and; a trio of news stories from the world of Ryanair
Another bumper issue of Network Planning Community News, yet again boasting some of last week’s anna.aero award winners, passenger milestones being recorded, deals getting signed and other newsworthy events from our peers from around the world.
Ryanair launches 45 new routes across Europe; opens new bases in Chania and Kraków.
Ryanair’s 50 new routes include opening of Zadar base, seven new routes from Girona, and six new routes from Trapani.
Last week Ryanair blamed Budapest Airport’s “increased charges” for deep 40% capacity cuts involving axing 10 routes and withdrawing two based aircraft. On closer examination anna.aero found indicators that the main reason seems to have been ‘good’ old-fashioned under-performance.
Ryanair launches new routes from Budapest Airport as the low-cost airline establishes a base at the airport after Malev’s recent demise.