Articles Tagged ‘Romania’
Ryanair gaining on British Airways as leading international airline from UK airports; Vueling more than doubles UK capacity in 2016
International seat capacity is up almost 10% from UK airports in 2016. We reveal the leading airlines and country markets and how much they have grown (or not) compared with 2015.
Wizz Air and Ryanair are the biggest and fastest-growing airlines in Central Europe; Poland-UK remains biggest country pair
We define a new region of 17 countries across Central and Eastern Europe and analyse which are the biggest and fastest-growing in 2016. Plus we reveal the top 15 airlines (and how fast they are growing) and busiest country pairs.
Ryanair going after Wizz Air; four newest bases in Bucharest, Vilnius, Sofia and Prague; Poland remains biggest overlapping market
Coincidence? Ryanair’s four most recent base announcements are all airports at which Wizz Air also has a base. We examine in more detail the growing competition between the two ULCCs across Central and Eastern Europe.
easyJet re-enters UK-Romania market with flights from London Gatwick Airport to Bucharest Otopeni Airport
The UK-Romania market has grown steadily every year since Romania joined the EU in 2007. Blue Air and Wizz Air have stimulated demand with low-cost flights, but now easyJet has re-entered the market it briefly served in 2007/08. We look to see who is operating which services between the two countries, and why capacity will […]
Romania’s Blue Air now serving 18 destinations from Bucharest Otopeni Airport; faces competition on 15 of them
Blue Air’s fleet of six 737s operate a total of 27 routes this summer, spread across three Romanian airports. A massive 43% of flights are operated to and from airports in Italy, with Spain the next biggest market. We examine the airline’s network in detail to see what competition it faces.
Romania’s capital now has all commercial flights operating from a single airport, which also has a lovely new departures terminal. We show how traffic has evolved in recent years and how Wizz Air is already bigger than TAROM at the airport by one measure. Plus we reveal which carriers have added which destinations during the […]
Wizz Air shrinking in Poland and Czech Republic, growing in Hungary, Macedonia, Romania, Serbia and Ukraine
Wizz Air’s capacity is up 9% this summer, but 25 routes have left the network completely to help make room for over 60 new ones. A further 26 routes have relocated to nearby airports. Most of Wizz Air’s network growth is coming from markets where Ryanair does not have much of a presence, if any, […]
Wizz Air still #1 LCC in most of its ‘home’ markets; fighting hard with Ryanair for leadership in Hungary and Poland
Wizz Air’s fleet will reach 40 aircraft this summer but how are they distributed across the airline’s 15 bases? Which country markets are the most popular from the bases and how much competition does the airline face from easyJet and Ryanair in its ‘home’ markets?
A year ago, we reported on how Romania’s low-cost carrier was reducing its route network. But how has Blue Air’s development continued? And what grand plans does it and its parent company have for Bucharest’s low-cost airline market within only two years?
Wizz Air now challenging Tarom as biggest airline in Romania; new routes from Targu Mures started this week
Across Wizz Air’s pan-Central European network of bases Romania is now the airline’s second biggest country market after Poland. How many routes does it operate from each of its four Romanian airports? Which are the leading country markets for Wizz Air from Romania?
Wizz Air’s fourth Romanian base will get one new route in March followed by seven more in mid-June. How has the airport’s traffic developed in recent years and which routes did Wizz Air previously operate from the airport? Which other carriers are also present?
Wizz Air’s 11 new routes will generate an additional 25 weekly rotations next summer. So how many airports does Wizz Air now operate from? And which are its busiest airports this winter? Curiously, the busiest is not even in Central Europe.