Articles Tagged ‘London Stansted’
Air Albania will join Albawings, British Airways, easyJet, and Wizz Air from Tirana to London, with four London airports served.
AnadoluJet replaced Turkish Airlines on seven routes on 11 June with more later that week.
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.
98% of London Stansted capacity is short-haul. But within one year, both Emirates and Air India began service. Long-haul is the focus. Where’s next?
Air India launches a three-times-weekly connection between London Stansted and Amritsar, the only non-stop service to the Indian city from London.
London-Krakow has grown significantly in the past year from three airlines following each other in launching Luton. As a result, city-pair capacity has almost doubled – with more coming. Who, if any, will blink first?
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.
After last week’s announcement in Dublin, Ryanair has revealed 12 new routes for London Stansted, though four of them had previously been announced. The airline returns to Osijek in Croatia, while several airports see a doubling of Ryanair destinations. Increases in frequency on 17 other routes will see Ryanair adding 20 daily flights from its […]
This week anna.aero talked separately with both the Ryanair CEO, Michael O’Leary and the CFO and Deputy CEO, Howard Millar. We also did our own thorough analysis of Ryanair’s shifts in capacity to see which airports have been dropped and added (+21) in the last 12 months.
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 […]
UK airport traffic up less than 1% in the last 12 months; Aberdeen growing at 10%; London Southend up and running
The UK still handles more airport passengers each year than any other European country, but which airports have done well in the last 12 months and which have seen passenger numbers fall? We compare growth rates region by region.
London’s third busiest airport (and the UK’s fourth) is still growing its range of destinations even as passenger numbers continue to fall. Just how dominant is Ryanair at Stansted these days and when did easyJet last launch a new route from the airport?