Articles Tagged ‘Milan’
Air Senegal began Dakar to Milan Malpensa on 17 February, with the route growing to five-weekly later this year.
Air Senegal to begin Dakar – Lyon, with P2P demand of 40,000. This comes shortly after Milan was announced. We see where could be next in Europe.
Senior management at SEA Milan Airports, Milan Bergamo, and Italy’s tourism agency talk with us about how they’re preparing for these two massive events + more.
Wizz Air CEO suggests more UK bases and a bigger focus on Italy as he insists “we must come out of the crisis as a stronger airline.”
With six new Wizz Air routes from Doncaster and two from Milan Malpensa, we examine what is happening. There’s a clear reason for its new domestic routes.
With new bases at Milan Malpensa, Larnaca, and Tirana, we look at Wizz Air’s 55 new routes. Almost half have direct competition, with big easyJet fight.
431 routes within Europe have 20,000+ passengers connecting. 95 of these have 50%+ passengers flying indirectly with a median 27,000 per route.
All Nippon is to serve Milan Malpensa from Tokyo Haneda in S20, with Tokyo the number-one Asian destination from the Milan airport.
Ryanair is to serve Armenia, its 40th country, with four routes. Will Armenia be the next Georgia for LCCs?
Milan Malpensa witnesses Q1 2017 traffic jump 11%; 2016 traffic grew 4.7%; easyJet’s largest continental base with 29% of airport capacity
Milan Malpensa is one of Europe’s leading airports and the second largest in Italy, with it welcoming 19.3 million passengers in 2016. Last week anna.aero’s roving reporter Jonathan Ford visited the Italian airport to learn more about its impressive success, and why recent growth figures are more important than those in previous years.
Milan Linate still handling close to 10 million annual passengers; Alitalia has 55% of seats and monopoly on busiest route to Rome
Milan’s third busiest airport is the closest to downtown. Flights are capped at Milan Linate so growth has been negligible in recent years. We look at the leading airlines and routes, seasonality and the pattern of daily operations. Plus we reveal which routes Alitalia has dropped in the last 18 months.
Milan/Bergamo is Ryanair’s biggest base in mainland Europe and third biggest overall; over 70 destinations served across 25 countries
First served in 2002, Milan/Bergamo became a Ryanair base in 2003 and has since offered flights to almost 120 destinations. We look at growth rates in the leading country markets and which will be Ryanair’s next new destinations.