Articles Tagged ‘Lufthansa’
The beginning of the summer season sees a lot of the world’s airports organising new route celebrations – and that means lots of delicious new route cakes. On top of that, it also means a lot of Fire Truck Water Arches (FTWAs) which all vary. The execution of these airline celebrations is important to the […]
Lufthansa launches two new weekly services from Munich to Biarritz and Rijeka.
Hamilton wins Cake of the Week Part I; vote from 26 creations and select your favourite Cake of the Week – S19 Part II
With Hamilton Airport tasting success in Part I for the cake it commissioned for Norwegian’s first flight from Dublin, it is now time for S19 Part II of the Public Vote. With another 26 entries overt the past two weeks, which will be your choice for Cake of the Week? Vote now!!
Aarhus steals the show in Arch of Triumph Part I voting; Choose now from 30 arches and select your favourite Arch of Triumph – S19 Part II
Aarhus Airport stole the show in S19 Part I of the Arch of Triumph Public Vote, securing 71% of all ballots. With a further 30 entries in Part II of the S19 season launch voting, take a peruse through the global salutes and choose your favourite today. Vote now!
70,700+ want a direct flight from Hamburg to Tirana; data shows that 13,000 already fly indirectly a year between the two
Skyscanner data reveals that during the past 12 months, over 70,700 people searched for a direct flight between Hamburg and Tirana. A market which already delivers 13,000 indirect passengers per annum, which airline will take the plunge and make Hamburg the next non-stop German destination from Tirana?
Vote for your favourite Arch of Triumph – S19 Part I – take your pick from 36 entries across the globe!
Along with cake, anna.aero is allowing the readers of anna.aero to vote for their favourite Arch of Triumph during the first week of S19. With 36 entries to choose from, make sure you select and vote for your favourite water salute, an award that is very prestigious in the eyes of the airport fire chief’s […]
Lufthansa begins a daily service between Munich and Osaka Kansai using its A350-900s.
Turkish Airlines overtakes Lufthansa to become Europe’s leading flag carrier; Gibraltar fastest-growing country market in Q2 2019
With S19 starting this weekend, anna.aero has looked at Europe’s fastest-growing airlines and country markets during Q2 2019 to see who the big winners are. The main story is that Turkish Airlines has overtaken Lufthansa to become the continent’s leading flag carrier, with it now the third largest airline after Ryanair and easyJet.
Cypriot passenger numbers up 7.6% for first part of 2019; 10.94 million handled in 2018; Larnaca hits eight million barrier
Larnaca and Paphos airports handled 10.94 million passengers in 2018, with this having grown from a total of 7.0 million in 2010. Jonathan Ford looks at the recent developments occurring on the Mediterranean isle, including seasonality changes as it become a more year-round destination, plus its top markets.
Moscow Sheremetyevo is Europe’s fastest-growing long-haul hub in S19; Frankfurt, Heathrow cut, but BA retains lead
OAG Schedules Analyser data states that long-haul seat capacity from Russia’s biggest airport is set to grow by an impressive 26% in S19, while Heathrow and Frankfurt are reporting slight reductions. With long-haul capacity from Europe set to grow by 2.4% this summer, we reveal the winners and losers.
Ethiopian Airlines set to serve more country markets than MEB3 in S19, Ryanair still tops route table
The start of the S19 season is fast approaching, so it is high time to take a look at how the world’s schedules are shaping up. Nick Preston reveals which airlines will operate the most airport pairs, serve the largest number of country markets and fly from the most airports in a typical week during […]
European flag carriers react to transatlantic low-cost penetration, with average economy point-to-point fares falling 9.1% in 2018
In anna.aero’s latest partnership with aviation performance data experts RDC, we look at Europe’s biggest flag carriers across the Atlantic and see how they are adjusting fares in order to compete with the growing market of LCCs to North America, with data showing that the latter group’s fares are, in fact, going up.