Articles Tagged ‘Pobeda’
Slovakian traffic up 18% in 12 months; Poprad-Tatry fastest growing airport; Ryanair overtakes Travel Service Slovakia to become #1 carrier
Passenger traffic in Slovakia for 2015 surpassed two million passengers, a feat the country had not witnessed since 2009. However, despite overall traffic for the nation growing the capital, Bratislava, has still not recovered to the level of traffic it witnessed in 2008. anna.aero takes a closer look at traffic trends, and how the airline […]
This week’s winner has secured its first victory of 2016, but its fourth overall since the competition began in 2013 (a year it didn’t win in!). Discover the European airport’s FTWA secrets to success here.
Pobeda adds routes to Spain and Montenegro to its growing portfolio of European services.
Sending the anna.aero judges a selection of Arch of Triumph images is always going to work out well, as we always choose the best of the bunch for the competition. That’s what this week’s winner did. Now it can LUXuriate in its glory over the other six competing airports from around the world.
Pobeda starts its second German service, following last month’s introduction of Cologne Bonn operations.
Cologne Bonn’s Pobeda cake creation is celebrated at Routes Americas; Friedrichshafen delighted with Route of the Week win
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Wizz Air announces base #24 at Kutaisi Airport in Georgia while TAP Portugal announces services to Boston and New York JFK. More news also from Ryanair, Emirates, Atlas Atlantique Airlines, Jet2.com as well as Shannon and Las Vegas airports.
It’s Asia versus Europe this week as just two entries battle it out to become Week Six winner of the Arch of Triumph competition in 2016. Find out which of the dynamic FTWA duo has achieved the highest score and brought home the win for their airport.
Pobeda adds Cologne Bonn to existing international services to Bratislava and Milan/Bergamo.
Pobeda goes international serving Bratislava and Milan/Bergamo; Aeroflot’s LCC looking for other international destinations in 2016
Aeroflot’s in-house LCC started almost 50 new routes in 2015 including its first two outside of Russia. We reveal what share of the Moscow market the carrier has and which are its 15 biggest routes (by ASKs) from Moscow.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, QantasLink commences services from Sydney on a domestic route to Sunshine Coast, while Pobeda launches services to Bratislava. More news also from Rome Fiumicino, Warsaw Chopin, Riga, Melbourne (Florida) and Copenhagen airports.
Pobeda starts its first routes outside of the Russian domestic market, launching daily flights to Bratislava and Milan/Bergamo.
Will this FTWA for the Russian LCC Pobeda be good enough to break-up the party at the top of the leader board? Find out which one of 10 global airports has won the penultimate Arch of Triumph title of 2015.