Articles Tagged ‘London Gatwick’
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.
22 November: Cornwall Airport Newquay announced that it had secured the return of a long sought-after link to London Heathrow. Flybe will commence flights on 31 March 2019. Reconnecting the UK regions was a vital argument in getting Parliamentary approval for Heathrow Expansion last summer.
London Gatwick invests £1.15 billion – and saves some to back anna.aero in Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100
As Your London Airport Gatwick announced last week that it will invest £1.15 billion over the next five years, it also reserved a sizeable pile of cash to sponsor anna.aero’s “TeamBron” entry in the RideLondon-Surrey 100, the 100-mile cycle race following the 2012 Olympic course.
anna.aero joins WestJet in celebrating first flight from London Gatwick to St. John’s in Newfoundland
Regardless of paying for his own flight, anna.aero’s very own Canadaphile Ralph Anker still flew on WestJet’s first 737-700 service from London Gatwick to St. John’s, along with 47 other passengers.
British Airways expands London Gatwick Airport network without significant increase in flights; New York and Lima highlights for S16
Once upon a time British Airways was the leading carrier at London Gatwick. Now it is less than half the size of easyJet there, but it is growing again and has added a dozen new routes in the last two years. We take a closer look at the leading routes (by ASKs) and country markets […]
Aurigny to replace ATRs on Guernsey-London Gatwick route with Embraer jet from next March, as flybe departs market
Guernsey-based Aurigny is planning to replace its turboprops on the key London Gatwick route with an Embraer jet from next summer. We take a look at how the airline has evolved in recent years, the rest of the airline’s network, and what competition it faces in its home market.
In 2005, there was little to choose between the size of easyJet’s London bases at Gatwick, Luton and Stansted. Eight years later, Gatwick has over 60% of the airline’s flights, with Stansted at less than 13%. Last week’s new “growth framework agreement” between Stansted and easyJet is designed to reverse the airline’s gradual decline at […]
Norwegian may have doubled the size of its route network from London Gatwick by basing its first aircraft there, but the new non-Nordic services (primarily to Spain) represent less than one-fifth of the airline’s operations there.
anna.aero had the opportunity to spend 30 seconds with Heathrow Airport’s Executive Commercial Director Fidel Lopez as well as CCO, Guy Stephenson from competing hub London Gatwick – just 55km across town. Both want more runway capacity for their respective airports, but seemingly only one will get it.
easyJet’s biggest base at London Gatwick has 50 aircraft and almost 100 routes; Spain remains #1 market in summer
How has easyJet managed to become the biggest carrier at the world’s busiest single runway airport? How many routes has it started each year from London Gatwick, and which markets is it no longer serving? Which are the leading country markets and how has capacity changed since last summer?
Monarch embraces Italy (Milan, Rome, Venice, Verona) as total passenger numbers rise 2.4% to 6 million in 2011
UK hybrid carrier Monarch is increasing its scheduled network while reducing charter capacity. This summer it is launching flights to seven new destinations across Europe, but how important is the Spanish market? Which is its busiest UK base and which destinations receive the mostly weekly flights this summer?
The upcoming Easter weekend is a popular time to get away. Now that the UK’s record warm March has given way to a freezing April there is likely to be a surge of interest in getting away this weekend. But how much are the two biggest LCCs in the UK charging from their biggest bases? […]