Articles Tagged ‘PFO’
Lufthansa will begin 13 summer-seasonal routes from FRA. Six are to Greece; Lufthansa will now have 11 routes to the country from its top airport in S21.
Ryanair begins two new routes from Prague; Air Dolomiti launches Verona – Düsseldorf; Wizz Air jets into Mykonos from Budapest; and more.
Ryanair has begun both Prague to Kosice and Paphos, with the carrier’s Prague seats increasing very strongly.
As Ryanair announces it is to Paphos to Eindhoven, Gdansk, and Prague, and Prague to Kosice, we look at the details.
Ryanair starts numerous routes in W19, with highlights including flights from Malta to Paphos, Santiago de Compostela and Trieste.
Ryanair launches 41 new routes between 31 March and 1 April – Tetouan is newest airport to join network.
Cypriot passenger numbers up 7.6% for first part of 2019; 10.94 million handled in 2018; Larnaca hits eight million barrier
Larnaca and Paphos airports handled 10.94 million passengers in 2018, with this having grown from a total of 7.0 million in 2010. Jonathan Ford looks at the recent developments occurring on the Mediterranean isle, including seasonality changes as it become a more year-round destination, plus its top markets.
Ryanair launches 45 more routes – only five face direct competition from other carriers.
Ryanair launches services on 60 airport pairs – 13 already served by other carriers.
30-Second Interview – Paul Winfield, Director of Aviation Development and Marketing, Liverpool Airport
A few weeks ago anna.aero’s Assistant Editor Jonathan Ford sat down for a chat with Liverpool Airport’s Director of Aviation Development and Marketing Paul Winfield. In the meeting the two discussed recent route launches and upcoming announcements, plus the airport’s strategy for the coming years.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, LEVEL launches its first operations to Canada, while East Midlands Airport welcomes UK Aviation Minister Baroness Sugg. More news also from Oman Air which introduces 787 services to Manchester, plus Leeds Bradford, Bristol and Hermes airports.
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 […]