Articles Tagged ‘Moscow’
Belarus’ Belavia is not an airline that’s often discussed, but it’s doing interesting things – and it has grown rapidly.
Aeroflot’s North America network had over 1 million seats last year. We examine its development and look in particular at Miami’s connections, with Miami having above-avg SLF + the highest local fare.
UTAir is to operate twice-weekly to Split from 2 June, supplementing Aeroflot’s daily service from Moscow Sheremetyevo.
With 7th freedoms to 30 European countries, St Petersburg’s tourism will grow.
Since 2009, seats at Moscow’s airports grew from 52 to 120 million. In the past five years, they’ve grown by 28 million. Sheremetyevo was mainly responsible.
Kazakhstan’s first LCC, FlyArystan, has begun its first international route. FlyArystan’s the first LCC in Central Asia and has 40% lower costs than parent.
Moscow Sheremetyevo to hit 40 million in 2017; eight new airlines this year; anna.aero meets with airport’s Head of Foreign Airlines
Moscow Sheremetyevo is Russia’s busiest airport, handling 34.05 million passengers in 2016, with 40 million expected by the end of this year. anna.aero’s Jonathan Ford travelled to the Russian capital to find out more about Sheremetyevo’s growth from its Head of Foreign Airlines Division, Alexander Nikonov.
Germans heading for Antalya and Brits heading for the Mediterranean have lots of choice of carriers during the summer but a Russian domestic route has the most airlines competing for passengers this summer. We reveal all.
easyJet has launched its historic London Gatwick Airport-Moscow Domodedovo route. This is our on-site report from the launch from Gatwick and Moscow featuring a special anna.aero route launch cake – and a detailed anna.aero analysis of the London-Moscow air travel market which has seen passenger numbers double in the last decade.
easyJet and Norwegian are announcing big developments from spring 2013 at London Gatwick Airport. But what is the effect of easyJet being awarded the Moscow route over Virgin Atlantic? And what makes Norwegian’s new London base different from its other bases outside the Nordic region?
The Czech-Russian bilateral is about to be liberalised, but what are the developments leading to this decision? How has the Prague-Moscow route developed? And which airports have received traffic spill?
Transaero has been named a designated carrier to Italy and France as the Russian bilateral with the two EU countries have liberalised in the last few months. But how has the network of Russia’s second-biggest international airline developed as it continues to grow fast? How does it rank in the domestic market? Which Moscow airports […]