Articles Tagged ‘Luxair’
Last week saw Budapest Airport re-establish more than 25 routes, and witness the return of another five carriers, as the Hungarian gateway welcomes the recovery of travel and air traffic. Boosting Budapest’s links to further major European cities, Aegean Airlines, airBaltic, Brussels Airlines, easyJet, and Luxair, have all returned to the airport’s runway.
With 77 destinations and 108 routes serving 21 countries, summer services from Bordeaux are gradually opening up and offering opportunities for travellers from south-west France. At present, 20 airlines have announced flights from Bordeaux Airport for the summer season.
Budapest Airport celebrates the arrival of its latest new airline partner, Luxair. The flag carrier launched a twice-weekly service between Luxembourg and Hungary’s capital city today.
Wizz Air begins Abu Dhabi; American Airlines to start Seattle – Shanghai; Air Albania to be fifth airline from Tirana to London; and much, much more.
Luxair begins its twice-weekly, summer-seasonal Montpellier Méditerranée service.
Sun Country begins Baltimore from Minneapolis; Air Serbia adds Belgrade – Oslo, the third airline to Oslo-area; Wizz Air to start 5 new routes from Larnaca; Australia’s Alliance to start Fokker services to the Sunny Coast; and more.
Luxair has announced Valencia from 20 July, with this the carrier’s sixth new route for this summer. It’ll be operated by Dash-8-400s with a long block time of 2h 30m.
Luxair announces four summer-seasonal services; airBaltic jets to Gatwick and Dublin from Vilnius; and Eastern Airways surfs into Newquay.
Luxair will begin Bordeaux, Innsbruck, Marseille, and Salzburg in the next month, along with previously announced Manchester.
Wizz Air began its first Budapest – Brussels flight on 1 June, while three airlines announce a raft of new routes, including Frontier from Philadelphia.
As Luxair puts Manchester on sale, marking its comeback since its 2007 end, we look at the development of this airport-pair.
Luxembourg sees 19% leap in passengers in 2017; 72 destinations served in S18, Porto is busiest route
Luxembourg Airport handled 3.58 million passengers in 2017, a 19% increase on the previous year. It has seen its traffic double since 2011. Nick Preston examines Luxembourg’s key network trends over the past 10 years, including the leading airlines, routes and country markets.