Articles Tagged ‘NRN’

New routes launched during the last week
(Saturday 19 – Friday 25 September):

Route NewsThis week’s new routes involved airports in China, Czech Republic, Denmark, Germany, Hungary, Italy, New Zealand, the Philippines, Poland, Romania, Singapore, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Taiwan, Thailand, the UK and the USA. But who wins our prestigious weekly awards?

German airport traffic down 7.9% in 2009 H1; Lübeck, Memmingen and Weeze buck trend

Article ThumbOnly three of Germany’s top 20 airports have reported growth this year. How have Lufthansa’s two hubs at Frankfurt and Munich performed? And which new airport is heading for top 20 status? unveils European airport traffic database for 2009; Switzerland defies the odds

Article Thumbnail: Market TrendsYes, we’re doing it again. After the positive feedback to our traffic database for 2008 we get 2009 started with traffic figures for most major airports in Europe. Which airports are still growing (and which aren’t) and which countries are struggling most so far this year?

Weeze tops European airport growth table for 2008; Ryanair now has six based aircraft

Article Thumbnail: Airport FocusAlthough located in Germany Weeze Airport now attracts more Dutch passengers than Germans. Ryanair now offers over 30 destinations but which are the most popular routes? And which had the highest load factors in November?

German airports report traffic drop in August; Weeze’s traffic doubles thanks to Ryanair

Article Thumbnail: Market TrendsAs recently as May Germany’s airports were growing by 5% versus last year. Not any more. Traffic was down in August by just over 1%. What does this mean for year-to-date traffic growth and which major airports were still growing in August?

Ryanair increases Weeze network from six to 21 routes in less than a year; up to 33 by end of 2008

Logo: Market Trends EURyanair’s operations at Weeze (not too far from Dűsseldorf) have expanded quickly in the last year. We take a look at monthly load factors by route since the beginning of 2007. Which routes have performed best and which new route is struggling badly?

Weeze tops German airport growth table;
five of top 20 airports see passenger numbers fall in 2008

Weeze tops German airport growth table; five of top 20 airports see passenger numbers fall in 2008While consolidation is still occurring among the country’s airlines, airport traffic has been up around 5% this year. Some airports are reporting impressive growth but a few previous stars have seen a downturn in demand. The fastest growing ‘major’ airport may also come as a surprise.