Articles Tagged ‘NUE’
Ryanair’s 50 new routes include opening of Zadar base, seven new routes from Girona, and six new routes from Trapani.
Germany’s biggest airports all grew in 2012; regional airports mostly lost traffic; over 120 new routes in 2013
Germany’s relatively robust economy could still only support a 1% growth in total airport passengers in 2012, while domestic demand dipped by almost 4%. But anna.aero has identified over 120 new services starting from the country’s airports in 2013. See which airlines are banking on the German economy for generating new revenues this summer.
CityJet shows off RotW award; PIA grows in Leeds Bradford; AirAsia passengers witness first female in-flight proposal
In this week’s portion of network planning community news, anna.aero reports from CityJet HQ, where a Route of the Week certificate was spotted. Further news include Transaero, Pakistan International Airlines and Aeroflot.
London City shows their CotW certificate; Thai AirAsia turns nine; Leeds Bradford and British Airways celebrate the Chinese New Year; Erbil named the best emerging markets airport
In this week’s portion of network planning community news we report from London City, Leeds Bradford and Erbil.
Oompah Oompah: Nuremberg Airport’s network will receive a bit of oomph this year with the arrival of two new links to London, one from Ryanair (daily to Stansted) and the other from CityJet (double daily to London City), launched this week.
Air France CityJet launches Nuremberg as second German destination from London City.
German airport traffic growth driven by long-haul; Dortmund gains from Wizz Air, Nuremberg loses due to airberlin
Overall traffic is up at German airports, but the domestic market is down. Which airports are having a particularly worrying start to 2012 and which not-supposed-to-still-be-open airport is doing rather well? How have the top 10 German airports performed over the last five years?
Vueling has launched 21 new routes from its bases across Spain and from Paris Orly.
Astra Airlines launches services from Thessaloniki to Munich and Nuremberg.
Germany’s second biggest airline continues to add niche routes from Saarbrücken and Stuttgart, despite overall network reduction.
Pegasus Airlines expanded its network between Turkey and Germany, launching a route between Istanbul and Nürnberg.
Although ‘only’ 30 routes launched in the last week, we have a comprehensive selection of great photos from celebrations all across the world – including lots of cakes! But which two landmark jetBlue routes are among them? And don’t forget the downloadable spreadsheet to keep track of all the routes!