Articles Tagged ‘Nordica’
Nordica begins a daily connection between Groningen and Munich – adds to existing Copenhagen route.
“Cake, we all like a bit of cake don’t we? I know I do. I love a bit of cake. I do. I just like cake.” Not our words, but the words of Marjorie Dawes, a character from noughties British sitcom Little Britain. We couldn’t have put it any better ourselves Marjorie – and here […]
For one of the 27 airports involved in this week’s Arch of Triumph public vote it will be a great start to the summer season, because within seven days one airport will have a new certificate adorning the fire station walls, and the fire crews will be the toast of the airport. Let battle commence!!
Tbilisi Airport on track to hit three million passengers in 2017, a 42% increase on last year’s total; destination of CONNECT 2018
Handling 2.25 million passengers in 2016, Tbilisi Airport is on a roll this year, with traffic expected to reach the three million barrier. anna.aero’s Assistant Editor Jonathan Ford went to Georgia to discover more about the airport’s past, plus its plans for the future, including being the destination for CONNECT 2018.
Prague Airport celebrates receiving its second-ever Arch of Triumph certificate – both for new long-haul services into the Czech capital. Find out which one of the five competing airports this week will join them in FTWA glory.
Nordica now links Tallinn to Gothenburg with six weekly flights – already operates to Stockholm Arlanda.
Nordica begins flights between Tallinn and Hamburg, a route it will operate three times weekly.
Nine airports battle it out for this week’s Arch of Triumph trophy, including a coloured FTWA from one airport. Was it in honour of the inaugural airline or merely to the city’s football team? Also Europe passes the 100-mark in terms of the number of entries so far this year.
Nordica begins flights between Tallinn and St. Petersburg – direct competition from RusLine imminent.
Tallinn-Malaga is “Skyscanner Unserved Route of the Week” ‒ nearly 155,000 searches; Ryanair’s next Nordic newcomer?
Skyscanner’s Travel Insight software has shown that in the past 12 months nearly 155,000 potential travellers searched on the leading flight comparison site for flights between Tallinn and Malaga ‒ but the route is unserved!? Both Ryanair and Norwegian have the market credentials to make this work, but who will get there first?
The newly-opened Spanish airport of Castellon, which nestles between Barcelona and Valencia airports, has already scooped its first award – the anna.aero Arch of Triumph. Find out which global airport follows this trailblazer this week.
Nordica begins an 11 times weekly service between Copenhagen and Groningen – latter airport’s only hub connection.