Articles Tagged ‘LCY’
As BA CityFlyer announces Belfast City from flybe’s end which saw London – Belfast City seats cut by 24%, we look at the development of Belfast – London.
With a new schedule of twice-per-weekday, the service will still allow day trips in both directions. Yet, market has almost yearly declines in traffic.
Today’s key airline route news from the ongoing COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak.
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.
In this weeks edition of new routes launched this week, a total of four new routes were launched including Air Antwerp’s commencement of operations between Antwerp and London City Airport.
Air Antwerp launches 16 weekly flights between Antwerp and London City Airport.
LOT Polish Airlines starts new Vilnius to London City link – also adds latest domestic route from Krakow.
anna.aero joins LOT Polish Airlines, Lithuanian Airports and London City to celebrate carrier’s new link from Vilnius at The Shard
anna.aero joined Lithuanian Airports, London City Airport and LOT Polish Airlines at The Shard on Thursday 25 April to toast the carrier’s soon-to-launch route between the UK airport and Vilnius. With UK-Lithuania traffic growing 13% in 2018, the route comes at a time when demand between the countries is at an all-time high.
LOT Polish Airlines introduces a 12 times weekly service from Budapest to London City.
The 2019 Arch of Triumph competition has entered its third week and it’s a hat-trick of wins for Asian airports! This is the first week of the 2019 competition in which the anna.aero judges have received entries from Europe and North America, but it wasn’t enough to stop another Asian airport taking home the crown.
British Airways commences an 18 times weekly service between London City and Munich.
Data reveals 43,500+ passengers want Münster/Osnabrück to London link; historical numbers shows route can support 70,000+ annual PAX
Skyscanner data reveals that during the past 12 months, over 43,500 people have searched for a direct flight between Münster/Osnabrück and London. As a historically proven route which handled up to 73,000 passengers per year, could an airline see the potential of opening up this much needed market again?