Articles Tagged ‘LED’
Founded on 5 March 1996, when the local Aeroflot division was nationalised and renamed, Belavia is now offering services to a total of 38 destinations in 28 countries within Europe, the Middle East and Africa. With the carrier having received its first 737-800 in January, anna.aero looks at Belavia’s top routes and country markets for […]
Sochi/Adler Airport’s passenger figures are far from downhill and should speed skate close to the three million mark this year. anna.aero takes an ice dance through the Russian airport’s statistics to discover its gold medal winning airlines and routes this winter.
Gateway to one of the 11 host cities during the 2018 FIFA World Cup, Samara Airport handled over two million passengers last year. With a total of 20 airlines operating from the gateway to Samarskaya Oblast, anna.aero investigates the airport’s recent activity and reveals how dominant Aeroflot is this summer.
TAP Portugal adds eight routes from Lisbon to Asturias, Belgrade, Bogota, Gothenburg, Hannover, Nantes, St Petersburg and Tallinn. Competes against transavia.com France on the French service.
Included in this week’s bumper offering of 21 FTWAs are five from airports welcoming TAP Portugal, plus two, four tender FTWAs. It is also includes the first ever effort from one of the world’s most significant airports – London Heathrow – which might be an airport global leader, but how will it match up in […]
Moskovia starts its first two routes from Astrakhan, the Russian city at the mouth of the Volga River.
Following in the considerable footsteps of easyJet and Wizz Air, Ryanair has been granted access to the Russian market from March 2014.
Polet Airlines starts flying from St Petersburg to Vilnius.
Transaero Airlines launches four routes to Dubai; adds Bukhara from Moscow Vnukovo.
Ak Bars Aero starts flights from Moscow Domodedovo Airport, Kazan Airport, St Petersburg Airport Naberevnye Chelny Airport and Ekaterinburg Airport in Russia
SWISS doubles size of Geneva network this winter to 20 routes, but number of flights virtually unchanged
SWISS long ago fell behind easyJet to be only the second busiest airline in Geneva, but this winter sees a major network expansion. We reveal how this is achieved without an increase in the total number of flights, and look at the competition the carrier will face on its new routes.
SWISS commences flights from Geneva Airport to St Petersburg Airport.