Articles Tagged ‘ODS’
With its new AOC, Wizz Air Abu Dhabi has announced its first six routes, four with no direct competition. With two based A321s, it’s the start of big things for the new carrier.
With another 27 routes revealed, including eight from Bucharest, eight from Varna, and three from Odesa, we look at the carrier’s summer plans.
SkyUp Airlines commences services from Kharkiv to Odessa and Rimini.
13 airports do battle for Week 21 Arch of Triumph glory, with entries from Europe, plus North and South America. With an average score of 30.2 out of 40, it has certainly been a week of high-standard FTWAs. However, a past champion has clinched pole position for its sublime efforts in welcoming yet another transatlantic service. […]
YanAir begins twice-weekly service between Odessa and Krakow, its most westerly destination.
Ukraine International Airlines withstands external factors to up capacity by over 400% since 2008; Israel tops international market table
Ukraine International Airlines offered over 7.9 million seats across its network in 2017, an increase of 24% versus 2016. During the past decade, the carrier has moved to the top of the charts, becoming the leading airline in its home market, plus it has maintained growth for eight consecutive years despite challenging external factors. Nick […]
Czech Airlines begins services from the Czech Republic capital to Birmingham, Kazan, Odessa and Zagreb.
Litres of hard work and gallons of perspiration goes into a route launch – especially the Fire Truck Water Arch – which sees an unprecedented union between an airport’s operations and marketing departments. Make sure all of your airport’s endeavours are crowned with an Arch of Triumph certificate – get voting now!!
Air Moldova now links the Ukrainian city with a daily link to Chisinau using its E190s on the route.
Belavia commences a new daily service between the Belarusian and Ukrainian cities.
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 International Airlines adds seven new routes from Lviv, Odessa and Kiev Boryspil – including its first service to Amman.