Articles Tagged ‘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.
Ryanair reaches Lisbon Airport; easyJet and Norwegian also add new routes in 2013 as passenger numbers grow by almost 4%
Lisbon Airport may still be dominated by TAP Portugal, but all four of Europe’s leading LCCs now serve the Portuguese capital, with Ryanair arriving for the first time last week. We examine how the airport’s traffic has grown in recent years, its seasonality profile and which airlines have already announced plans to start new services […]
Not content with announcing a new 10-year deal at London Stansted, its biggest base, Ryanair has revealed plans to finally start serving Lisbon, its third airport in Portugal. We look at what indirect competition it will face on the four routes announced so far, and how seasonal its operations at Faro and Porto are.
Following from a personal invitation to travel to Lisbon together with the airline’s CEO Carolyn McCall for the opening of the low-cost carrier’s new base in the Portuguese capital, anna.aero reports from the celebrations.
easyJet opens base in Lisbon; network grows by five to 21 destinations with TAP Portugal competing directly on 14
easyJet’s first base in Portugal opened last week (with two aircraft) and heralded the launch of five new routes, but to which destinations? How much did easyJet grow traffic in Lisbon last year? How quickly has its network at the airport grown and on which routes will it face competition with local flag-carrier TAP Portugal?
Exclusive interview with easyJet CEO Carolyn McCall; key opportunities in Switzerland, France and Italy
At the Lisbon base launch, the anna.aero fan and easyJet CEO Carolyn McCall set aside time to speak exclusively to anna.aero about the new base and the airline’s overall network plans.
Emirates hopes to generate significant long-haul traffic out of Lisbon starting in July. But which were the airport’s leading non-European country markets in 2011 and how fast are they growing? What’s currently the best option for passengers wanting to travel between Portugal and Asia?
The problems of the Portuguese economy do not appear to be impacting air traffic as much as has happened in Greece and Ireland. How are its three busiest airports performing this year? Which destinations has TAP added this year, and what other significant routes have been launched in the last year across the country?
A game of two halves; easyJet looking to score big during summer to offset winter losses; Gatwick tops growth list
easyJet is having a self-confessed tricky winter so needs a good summer to sustain profits. So where has it shifted capacity compared to last summer? Which countries (and airports) are benefiting most, which new destinations have been added and which routes will not be continuing this summer?
Portugal’s flag-carrier announced six new European destinations last week. Four of them filled major gaps in the airline’s network. But which three major European air travel destinations does the airline still not serve (although it has in the past)?
easyJet picks Portugal for 20th base; in 2011 Lisbon will become first new base since Lyon and Paris CDG in 2008
easyJet’s new CEO got to announce a new base this week even though it won’t open for over a year. Which destinations does easyJet already serve from Lisbon, when did they start and what competition does it face?