Articles Tagged ‘POZ’
Prague Airport celebrates receiving its second-ever Arch of Triumph certificate – both for new long-haul services into the Czech capital. Find out which one of the five competing airports this week will join them in FTWA glory.
Wizz Air starts flights from Kiev Zhulyany to Copenhagen, Frankfurt Hahn, Lublin, Nuremberg and Poznan.
Ryanair is pushing eastward launching four new services from Kiev Boryspil and seven more from Lviv. We take a look at how the arrival of Europe’s biggest airline will shake-up the Ukrainian market and try to gauge just how scared the incumbents are.
Ryanair opens up 13 new routes including those from its latest base in Corfu.
Poland’s airports grew by 12% in 2015; S16 seat capacity is up 11% as LOT Polish Airlines launches fightback against Ryanair and Wizz Air
While Warsaw’s two airports account for 45% of Polish airport traffic, three carriers account for 70% of scheduled seats. We reveal how Poland’s airports have developed since the country joined the EU and which airlines are growing fastest in S16.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Birmingham Airport welcomes the arrival of A380 services while Blue Air bases a second aircraft at Larnaca. More news from Wizz Air, Norwegian, Ryanair, Jet2.com, Emirates, Virgin Atlantic Airways and Austrian Airlines.
Ryanair is busy joining up the dots between its hubs this week, including linking the Irish and Greek capital cities.
Wizz Air commences five services including its first based operations from Debrecen in Hungary and its third route to Birmingham.
Ryanair will open its 75th base next summer, at Corfu Airport in Greece. We look at the history of the airline’s operations at the airport including which routes it has dropped. Plus a look at the airport’s extreme seasonality profile.
Wizz Air begins services on eight new airport pairs – only one will face direct competition.
Wizz Air starts new routes from Budapest, Gdansk, Poznan, Timisoara and Warsaw Chopin, using its A320s and competing on three airport pairs.
A very densely populated country, the Netherlands is served by five commercial airports providing scheduled airline services, out of which Amsterdam commands 93% of total weekly capacity. In the first eight months of 2014, passenger numbers are up 4.6% when compared to 2012. anna.aero takes a closer look at the trends in demand at Dutch […]