Articles Tagged ‘Norwegian’
As European airlines look to rebuild their networks and stimulate traffic, anna.aero looks at the largest markets in Northern Europe which were underserved by pan-European based low-cost airlines from the south of the continent pre-pandemic, with leisure being the market that is expected to rebound the quickest.
Norwegian won’t resume long-haul operations and will instead focus on its core. We explore financial performance and top routes, airports, and countries.
Copenhagen – Bilbao is unserved with 22,000 pax, 18% YOY growth, 485,000+ searches, + a good avg fare. We look at who could operate it + likely performance.
Despite tough times, we explore Europe’s top-20 most profitable markets last year. The UK’s quarantine undermines the recovery of the #1 most profitable market, UK – Spain.
In 2010, Boeing’s 737 Classics had 268 million seats globally. Last year, they had 44 million. We look at the evolution of the type and top airlines and routes for each series.
As Norwegian says it’ll run out of cash in mid-May, the carrier reveals New Norwegian, its survival plan. We see what it’ll do.
Norwegian has six million Europe – US seats and Gatwick is key. From Gatwick, NYC, Tampa, Seattle, Austin, and LA perform well by fare/mile; others don’t.
With Argentina’s economic situation and significant domestic capacity growth, it hasn’t been easy. This acquisition will help with stability.
431 routes within Europe have 20,000+ passengers connecting. 95 of these have 50%+ passengers flying indirectly with a median 27,000 per route.
Yesterday, American announced it’ll restart a daily Boston-London/Heathrow. This follows Delta’s Boston-Gatwick announcement in August. London-Boston has seen strong traffic growth following fare declines from Norwegian. With market share reductions and JetBlue coming, London-Boston is a melting pot of intrigue.
Norwegian launches operations from its new Billund base to Faro and Ponta Delgada in the Azores.
Norwegian launches a three times weekly link between Madrid and Boston.