Articles Tagged ‘Paris’
In the week that Budapest Airport has hung out the banners and welcomed the resumption of European services, the Hungarian gateway has also seen a change of management as Chris Dinsdale becomes the new CEO.
Wizz Air is to open its second base in Bosnia and Herzegovina at Sarajevo. No routes have direct competition and its first aircraft is now fully allocated.
SKY express’ first A320neo has now entered service domestically as the carrier reveals FOUR international routes. We take a look at what’ll be happening.
As Ryanair launches its Beauvais base, we examine the carrier’s network and estimated financial performance at the airport.
Guadeloupe is offering up to 90% discounts to fly to paradise, with the island also having the region’s highest GDP, helping with outbound demand too.
As Air France and KLM focus more than ever on the core, Transavia France will become a much more important unit in the group.
Over eight in ten Air France flights are at Paris next week, with CDG having 143 of the carrier’s 173 international routes. Where’s top?
On 10 June, ASL Airlines France began Paris CDG – Pau Pyrénées. We look at why.
New York to Paris seats grew by 15% in 2020, cementing its position as the #2 city-pair from the USA to Europe. French Bee and Corsair coming this year.
HiSky will initially operate six routes, including London and Paris. All but one route will see two to three competitors, including Wizz Air on four.
Air Senegal will add eight international cities in W19, including in Europe. Sensibly, it redesigned its schedules to enable two-way connections over Dakar.
Paris traffic climbed 2.8% during H1 2018; 19.56 million more passengers than in 2009; Norwegian becoming a major player
Paris is served by Beauvais, CDG and Orly airports, with the three processing 105.16 million passengers in 2017, up 23% versus 2009. Jonathan Ford highlights which airports are reporting the biggest net gain in passengers, the top destinations, plus the growth patterns of the French capital’s leading airlines.