Articles Tagged ‘Lisbon’
Tokyo has 18 unserved routes with 40,000+ passengers. We examine them – which is strong by fare per kilometre? Vote to say which you think will happen!
TAP Air Portugal will now serve 12 airports in Spain, including three in the Canaries, as its Africa network – with 9% of seats – sees two new routes.
We explore the carrier’s Sao Paulo – Frankfurt service, which had ~233,000 passengers last year and nearly 60% connecting. Nagoya #1 O&D.
Transavia France has opened its new Montpellier Méditerranée base on 26 June, its fourth in France, and began its first three of 15 routes this summer.
As Wizz Air announces 23 new routes, we look at what and where. Five of these routes involve St Petersburg, thanks to that city’s new e-visas and seventh freedoms.
As Wizz Air reveals 21 new + resumed routes, we look at what and where – with core unserved routes now to be served. Despite coronavirus, anna.aero has reported on 88 new Wizz Air routes in 16 days (!).
As Wizz Air announces its next Ukraine base, Lviv, with significant stimulation expected, we look at its network from this increasingly important country.
TAP Air Portugal to start Lisbon to Agadir, Cancun, and Cape Town, and Ponta Delgada to Toronto. We look at the numbers and details behind these routes.
HiSky will initially operate six routes, including London and Paris. All but one route will see two to three competitors, including Wizz Air on four.
TAP Air Portugal has Brazil – Italy, Portugal, and France as key country-pairs; Funchal and Porto deliver ~one million over Lisbon.
LAM Mozambique Airlines is to begin service from Maputo to Lisbon, supplementing TAP Air Portugal’s three-weekly service. 99,000 passengers flew Mozambique – Portugal in the past year, not a large volume. At the same time, the pro rata airfare to Lisbon is not high. It seems like a politically motivated decision.
Less than two months after starting flights to the Portuguese capital, Ryanair has announced that Lisbon will become a full-blown base starting in April, with the addition of four new routes. Initially just a single 737-800 will be based there helping the airline to grab a 6% share of the airport’s weekly seat capacity.