Articles Tagged ‘PMO’
easyJet begins 30 weekly flights across 13 new routes. Pula is new destination.
Iberia links three Spanish cities with Carcassonne and Perpignan in France, as well as Palermo in Italy.
SWISS adds flights from Geneva to seven European destinations including the airline’s second route to Dublin.
easyJet adds 10 routes to its expanding network from bases at Geneva, London Stansted, Newcastle, Porto, and Rome Fiumicino.
Vancouver Airport receives Cake of the Week award for Air France’s arrival; Lisbon Airport adds colour to Wizz Air water arch welcome
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Amsterdam Airport celebrates with a massive clog-shaped cake the opening of easyJet’s base, while SAS touches down at Budapest Airport from Stockholm Arlanda. More news from Lisbon and Delhi airports.
Ryanair commences 18 European routes during the second week of the summer season using its 737-800s. Directly competes on six of the new additions.
Volotea operating almost 150 routes this summer as capacity grows 30%; Athens is biggest of 14 new airports added to network in last year.
Europe’s equivalent of Allegiant Air likes to keep a low industry profile. But we reveal the airline’s busiest airports and routes this summer, and which new airports have been added to the airline’s all-717 operated network.
The primary gateway to the capital city of the Italian region of Tuscany, Florence Airport handled 2.3 million passengers last year (a new record high). With a total of 12 airlines flying to 16 non-stop destinations, anna.aero takes a closer look at the airport’s recent activity and reveals how dominant Air France is this January.
Alitalia’s decision to close Air One results in loss of 15 routes from Italian airports; opportunities created for other carriers
Alitalia’s on-going evolution has seen it close its “Smart Carrier” Air One at the end of the summer 2014 season. We look at the 50-plus routes it operated this summer in more detail and reveal which routes are still looking for replacement carriers.
Part of Lufthansa Group, Brussels Airlines continued its growth last year, as it handled close to six million passengers. As the airline is now serving over 60 destinations in 30 countries within Europe, North Africa, North America and the Middle East, anna.aero reveals Brussels Airlines’ recent developments and its top 12 routes for this September.
Vueling begins 13 new routes and 45 weekly flights from four bases, including six from Rome Fiumicino.
Air One begins Russian and German flights from three different regional Italian airports.