Articles Tagged ‘OSL’
Airbus airport-devoted conference, ACI Airport Exchange Oslo: Dufrenois, VP Sales, Head of A220 Sales, Qatar and A380 Market Development to keynote
Airbus is bringing a brand new, wholly airports-dedicated conference to ACI Airport Exchange hosted by Avinor Oslo Airport between 27-29 November 2018. “New possibilities for airports by Airbus” is devoted to how the manufacturer is helping airports prepare for the future, including a glimpse at the exciting new markets and routes made possible by Airbus […]
Wizz Air grows by 12% from Gdansk in 2018; seventh aircraft to be based from S19 with three new routes already confirmed for next year
Gdansk is Wizz Air’s fifth largest base, with 2.77 million seats being flown from the Polish airport in 2018. The airline’s schedules for next summer indicate that it will offer 33 routes from Gdansk, however more could be added. Jonathan Ford takes a close look at the ULCC’s recent Gdansk expansion.
‘The Magnificent Seven’ network planning high flyers react to individual nominations for this year’s World Routes Marketing Awards
Having spoken to the airports nominated for this year’s World Routes Marketing Awards, anna.aero now talks to the individuals up for this year’s prize. Read about the nominees, who represent Adelaide, Amsterdam, Avinor, Billund, London Stansted and New Orleans airports, plus Vueling.
Having heard from airports in the ‘under 4 million’ and ‘4-20 million’ category, this week anna.aero gets the views of the airports in contention for the ’20-50 million’ title. Read about what Athens, Brussels, Copenhagen, Dublin and Oslo Gardermoen airports have to say about their nominations.
Salvador Bahia in Brazil won last week’s Arch of Triumph award for the impressive aqua performance that it laid on for Copa Airlines’ inaugural flight from Panama City. See which airport this week has attempted to match the results of Salvador Bahia and tried to break into the top 10 FTWA leaderboard.
easyJet adds three lines from Basel and 10 from Tegel – also marks return of Norway to route map.
Jet2.com’s biggest base Manchester analysed; capacity set to grow 19% this year to 1.57 million one-way seats; Turkish market growing fast
With over 50,000 one-way seats during its peak weeks, Manchester Airport has worked its way to become Jet2.com’s biggest base – nearly double the size of the LCC’s next largest hub at Leeds Bradford. Marc Watkins analyses this +40-destination operation to reveal the areas of its recent growth, as well as its biggest routes and […]
Tampere Aviation Forum – a discussion on the challenges and development of regional airports due to intensifying competition
Last week, anna.aero’s Assistant Editor Jonathan Ford travelled to Finland for the Tampere Aviation Forum, an event hosted by Business Tampere. Take a closer look at the day’s events which included presentations from a number of parties discussing the challenges for regional airports as competition continues to grow.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, along with Billund, Brussels and Budapest winning big at the Routes Europe Marketing Awards 2018, the event baton is passed over from Bilbao to Hannover. More news also from Oslo Gardermoen which was highly commended in the over 20 million passenger category, Blue Islands, and Yangon, Hamburg, Belfast City […]
IAG considers bid for Norwegian; Gatwick would become bigger hub than Dublin; deal would strengthen market lead over Ryanair in Spain
International Airlines Group (IAG) has announced its interest in pursuing options for Norwegian. With this in mind, Jonathan Ford has looked to see where the LCC currently competes directly with IAG carriers, and how its network fits, plus strengthens, the IAG business model.
Hundreds of votes were made to decide which airport produced the best Arch of Triumph to herald the second week of new route launches of S18 ‒ with Cardiff Airport’s firefighters claiming this highly-prized accolade. With the public votes now over until the start of W18/19, the four anna.aero judges return to undertake their day […]
SAS stations one CRJ 900 in Aarhus – opens Munich, Oslo Gardermoen and Stockholm Arlanda routes.