Articles Tagged ‘Odessa’
Belarus’ Belavia is not an airline that’s often discussed, but it’s doing interesting things – and it has grown rapidly.
With 15 new routes from Germany and Ukraine, we look at the where, what, and why of Ryanair’s plans.
Odessa leads Ukrainian traffic recovery; new terminal set to open in 2016 when passenger levels will once again pass one million mark
Having seen traffic quadruple between 2003 and 2013, Odessa International Airport suffered a 20% drop in 2014. But this year the airport is leading the country’s recovery in air passenger demand and welcomed back Austrian Airlines.
Ukraine’s airports and airlines set for record thanks to Euro 2012; Kiev Borispol Airport grew by 20% in 2011!
They may have just been knocked out of Euro 2012 but Ukraine’s airports and airlines are undoubtedly benefiting from the event. Last year was a great one for Ukraine but which airlines have already started new routes in 2012 and which new local airline has started domestic flights?
AeroSvit has launched 20 new routes this year including 12 from Kiev; reports record passenger numbers in August
AEA member AeroSvit started the year slowly, but is now setting passenger records. Which new routes has it added this year and which countries in Europe does it notably not serve? And which recently launched aircraft type does it operate?
Ukraine’s rapid growth faltered in 2009; Kiev leads recovery in 2010 as Aerosvit and Ukraine International add new routes
Ukraine’s airport traffic had been growing rapidly in recent years, but 2009 saw traffic fall by 15%. How dominant is Kiev, and which carriers have started new routes since the beginning of 2009? And what sporting event will boost traffic in 2012?
Ukraine International Airlines upgrades all-Boeing fleet; new routes from Kiev to Geneva and Tel Aviv starting soon
UIA and AeroSvit are battling to be the leading airline in Ukraine. Who’s winning? Where does UIA fly to (and how often) and which are its newest routes? Which aircraft have been added to the fleet recently?