Articles Tagged ‘LCY’
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?
LOT Polish Airlines adds new connections from Warsaw Chopin to London City and Turin.
Flybe introduces a new route from Newcastle to London City.
“Airbus Airports-Devoted Conference” at ACI Oslo reveals many new route possibilities with latest types
Airbus held its first-ever ‘Airports-Devoted Conference’ at ACI Airport Exchange in Oslo last week, focusing on: “New possibilities for airports by Airbus”. Speakers included Aer Lingus and airBaltic, plus senior management from Munich, London City, Geneva, Rome, Oslo and Istanbul New Airport. anna.aero was Official Airbus Media Partner.
Tulcea County Council announces the launch of a tender for Tulcea Airport as it seeks to connect the region’s only gateway to Milan, Madrid, Barcelona, London, Franfurt and Paris. Airlines are invited to request the official and technical documentation starting from 3 December 2018.
Munich Airport CEO and London City Airport Aviation Director join Airbus’ Airport-Devoted Conference, ACI Oslo
Michael Kerkloh, CEO of Munich Airport, and Peter Downes, Aviation Director, London City Airport, have joined the line-up at Airbus’ airport-devoted conference: “New possibilities for airports by Airbus”, taking place on 28 November 2018 at ACI Airport Exchange, hosted by Avinor Oslo Airport.
Aer Lingus begins services from Cork to Lisbon and from Dublin to London City.
Luxembourg sees 19% leap in passengers in 2017; 72 destinations served in S18, Porto is busiest route
Luxembourg Airport handled 3.58 million passengers in 2017, a 19% increase on the previous year. It has seen its traffic double since 2011. Nick Preston examines Luxembourg’s key network trends over the past 10 years, including the leading airlines, routes and country markets.
London’s airports handle 44 million more passengers than in 2010; four of the top five airlines don’t serve Heathrow
London’s Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted, Luton, City and Southend airports hosted over 171.06 million passengers last year, up from 127.17 million in 2010. Jonathan Ford highlights which airports are reporting the biggest net gain in passengers, the top destinations, plus the growth patterns of its leading airlines.