Articles Tagged ‘LGW’
Air Albania will join Albawings, British Airways, easyJet, and Wizz Air from Tirana to London, with four London airports served.
Luxair announces four summer-seasonal services; airBaltic jets to Gatwick and Dublin from Vilnius; and Eastern Airways surfs into Newquay.
Following the end of Ryanair, with 193,000 passengers, Nuremberg now has BA to Gatwick for seven weeks a year. With strong leakage & indirect passengers, there’s a P2P market of ~400,000.
airBaltic has announced its return to London Gatwick and Dublin from Vilnius after nearly a decade. Vilnius will now have service from five London airports.
As British Airways says it may no longer serve Gatwick, we see that 82% of its routes from the airport have head-to-head competition.
TUI Airways marks UK return to Sharm el Sheikh from London Gatwick, after four-year restriction is lifted.
Norwegian has six million Europe – US seats and Gatwick is key. From Gatwick, NYC, Tampa, Seattle, Austin, and LA perform well by fare/mile; others don’t.
Bucharest-London is served by five airlines from five London airports. Yet London-Romania (excl. Bucharest) is now a larger market.
UK – Australia has 2.2 million passengers, 38% of all Europe – Australia. Strong growth by Qatar Airways, but hindered by Eithad and Malaysia Airlines.
Jazeera Airways connects London Gatwick with Kuwait International.
Jazeera Airways starts Kuwait to London daily on the 27th October, a market of 394,000 P2P passengers and a CAGR of 7% since 2015.
anna.aero’s Assistant Editor James Davis recently sat down with airBaltic CEO, Martin Gauss to learn about the network implications of becoming an all-A220 airline, and the news of a possible non-Baltic base. We also take a quick look at the carrier’s top unserved markets.