Articles Tagged ‘Oslo’
We are delighted to announce our new partnership with RDC Aviation, with the first article showing that Norwegian will save €4,780 per B787-8 turnaround.
Following Norwegian’s end, SAS will operate Oslo – Lakslev non-stop from 17 April, the first time it has done so in 17 years.
Airbus Airport-Devoted Conference, ACI Oslo: Aer Lingus to explain how “A321LR unlocks new city pairs”
Aer Lingus’ Lander Dominguez, Director of Fleet Assets, is the latest to join the Airbus’ airport-devoted conference: “New possibilities for airports by Airbus,” at ACI Airport Exchange, hosted by Avinor Oslo Airport. The airline’s “North Atlantic Hub at Dublin” plans are vitally relevant to both North American and European airports.
30-Second Interview – Bernard Lavelle, Aviation Business Development Director, London Southend Airport
anna.aero’s Chief Analyst Nick Preston paid a visit to London Southend last week to see it welcome its latest carrier, Air Malta. While on site, there was also an opportunity to discuss the airport’s plans for future growth and network expansion with its Aviation Business Development Director, Bernard Lavelle.
Norway traffic down 0.5 million; Oslo Gardermoen commands 47% of passengers as Ryanair is granted slots at country’s biggest airport
It was recently revealed by various sources that Ryanair had been granted four daily slots at Oslo Gardermoen for a thrice-daily service to London Stansted and a daily operation to Vilnius. Norway’s largest airport recorded a rise in traffic over the past 12 months of 1.6%, one of only a few airports in the nation to report […]
Scandinavian Airlines targets long-haul growth in 2016; many new US services confirmed; Gothenburg Airport is fastest-growing presence
SAS survived a near-death experience in 2012 and is once again profitable. We look at how the Star Alliance carrier has grown capacity at its three major hubs in the last few years and what seasonality issues it faces.
Norwegian closing the gap on SAS; new long-haul flights increase pressure on Scandinavia’s biggest airline
Less than a year ago SAS’ future was in doubt. Despite its precarious financial position, very few routes were axed, and plenty have been added. But Norwegian is growing fast and competing on all of SAS’ major routes. We reveal at which major airports Norwegian is now bigger than SAS.
Norway’s airports grew by 10% in 2011; Norwegian and SAS dominate international routes but Ryanair growing fast
Norway appears to have suffered less economically than many other European countries in the last few years, as reflected by the country’s airport passenger statistics. But which country markets have grown fastest during the last three years and which airlines are driving that growth?
SAS expands summer service to Spanish beaches and Croatia; ASKs up 10% despite 2% reduction in flights
Analysis of schedule data reveals that SAS appears to have re-discovered Spanish beach destinations and Croatia. The airline’s average sector length is up 8.5% this summer as ASKs increase 10% despite 2% fewer flights? Which regional Norwegian airports have seen significant ASK growth this summer?
Oslo is fortunate to be served by three airports, but how have Norwegian and Ryanair grown services from the two secondary airports in recent seasons? How has traffic grown at all three Oslo airports in 2011?
Norwegian has announced 34 new routes starting next summer from nine Nordic airports. But which non-Nordic airport will benefit most? And why is anna.aero’s Deputy Editor particularly pleased?
Nordic airports reporting solid growth in 2010-11; Keflavik, Gothenburg and Malmö all up more than 20% in May
Since last April’s volcanic incident, the major Nordic airports have (nearly) all reported solid, uninterrupted growth. But which airports reported the best year-on-year growth in May, and how did the region’s capital airports fare in 2010 compared with 2009 and 2008?