Articles Tagged ‘PBM’
Trans Guyana Airways launched services between Ogle and Pengel on 01 September.
Copa Airlines launches a twice weekly service between Panama City and Paramaribo.
Heathrow is connected to fewer Latin American destinations than all of the other major European hubs. That’s the conclusion we make in our latest market analysis leading up to the anna.aero-RABA Heathrow HubLAB Conference in London on 12 June. In all there are 41 airports and 25 country markets across Latin America with links to […]
TUI Netherlands becomes the third carrier to link Amsterdam with the capital of Suriname.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Czech Airlines heralds 80 years of flights between Prague and Moscow Sheremetyevo, British Airways toasts 70 years of operations between London and Hamburg, while Aeroflot celebrates 10 years at Hannover. More news also from Suriname Airlines at Paramaribo and Wizz Air in Katowice.
Suriname, the smallest country in South America, has air links to seven country markets. This summer Paramaribo, the capital, welcomed GOL which became the sixth airline to serve the country. Overall for S15, capacity is down just 1.3%, however only Suriname Airlines and KLM are reporting growth. anna.aero looks further into Suriname’s route connectivity, and […]
With the Asian region winning the last FTWA competition we held two weeks ago, it has again entered a fine arch this week to try and increase its chances of overall victory in 2015. Nonetheless entries from North America, South America and Europe have also been entered this week meaning that this is no one […]
GOL launches its latest route from Belem in the form of a twice-weekly service to Paramaribo – a sector facing direct competition from Surinam Airways.
Surinam Airways connects Paramaribo with Orlando Sanford via Georgetown.
Insel Air connects Aruba and Paramaribo in Surinam with twice-weekly MD-83 flights.
Dutch Antilles Express connects Curacao and Paramaribo in Suriname.
Surinam Airways now flies from Paramaribo via Georgetown in Guyana to Miami, Florida in the United States.