Articles Tagged ‘London City’
anna.aero’s TeamBron, sponsored by London City Airport in support of the bone marrow transplant charity Anthony Nolan, gained a third place finish in the 11,000-participant event which took place in the waters and Docklands surrounding the airport last weekend.
British Airways now serves over 20 destinations from London City; Venice and Aberdeen added this month
British Airways is gradually building up its network from downtown London City airport. Which destinations has it added in the last 18 months and which route has it dropped? How important is the domestic market and what share does BA have of the airport’s total traffic?
Riga Airport welcomes its seven millionth transit passenger since 1991; United celebrates 15 years in Birmingham; London City handles its one millionth aircraft movement
Latvia celebrated its independence over 20 years ago, but how many transfer passengers passed through Riga Airport since then? Which airline performed the one millionth movement ever at London City Airport? And why did Marilyn Monroe visit Birmingham?
British Airways adds Scandinavian routes from London City; now serves 14 destinations with all-Embraer fleet
British Airways may be synonymous with London Heathrow, but its London City network continues to evolve. Which destinations has it added (and dropped) in the last two years and how many passengers travelled on the airline’s A318 service to New York JFK in its first year of operation?
Baboo drops E-Jets, Athens and London City; will operate eight routes this winter with two Q400s, four against easyJet
This winter Baboo has cut back to just two aircraft, but which routes is it still operating? What competition does it face and which other routes are no longer served? Which airlines does it still codeshare with on what routes?
The London – Stockholm market has not grown during the last decade but BA’s latest decision marks the third new service between the two cities in the space of 15 months. Apart from BA, Ryanair and SAS, who else serves the market?
London City Airport kindly sponsored the anna.aero publisher in the London Triathlon in aid of the Anthony Nolan Trust. The whole event – now the world’s largest mass-participation Olympic triathlon – took place in the superb convention, business and leisure facilities surrounding London’s fastest growing airport. Read here how LCY helped Hogan pass his $70,000 […]
Deauville anticipates growth in visiting tourists flying in with CityJet’s new service from London City Airport
We were on board last week’s familiarisation flight from London City to Deauville and enjoyed a guided tour of the seaside resort town in Normandy. But which other destinations are served as charter routes from the airport?
Afghanistan and Iraq get new services from flydubai and Etihad; CityJet’s seasonal French routes; RwandAir gets bigger jets to grow network
This week’s focus is on the Middle East where two fast-growing carriers have decided to venture into markets many carriers have chosen to ignore. And what is CityJet attempting that even Ryanair failed to do?
The Swiss regional is already six-years-old and starting three new routes this week. How comprehensive is its Geneva-based network and which routes have proven unworthy of further support?
British Airways doubled route network at London City in 2008; now #1 airline with New York A318 service starting later this year
London City airport passed the three million passenger mark in 2008 thanks in part to BA’s expansion. Which new routes did it add and which has it dropped as it looks to create a significant niche operation at the airport?
UK airports mostly showing only modest growth: London City, Doncaster/Sheffield and Bournemouth bucking trend
In the week that the UK CAA published a report on recent trends in UK air travel demand, we take a closer look at monthly growth rates at the UK’s 23 busiest airports in 2007. We identify three star performers among the relatively lacklustre overall market. Which airports will have a better 2008? We highlight some trends.