Articles Tagged ‘Rotterdam’

Rotterdam The Hague Airport growing fast in Q1 thanks to Transavia.com; Lufthansa to launch Munich flights from October

Rotterdam The Hague Airport growing fast in Q1 thanks to Transavia.com; Lufthansa to launch Munich flights from October

Passenger numbers are up 20% so far this year at the third busiest airport in the Netherlands thanks to Transavia.com. But which destinations does the airline serve in winter only, in summer only, and year-round? Which other carriers operate at the airport and which niche carriers briefly operated flights to Hamburg and Keflavik recently?

Transavia.com adds six new European ‘city’ destinations; Dutch regional airports see significant growth

Transavia.com adds six new European ‘city’ destinations; Dutch regional airports see significant growth

KLM-owned Transavia.com is focusing on Dutch regional growth this year after abandoning its Copenhagen base. Which new destinations has it added for 2011 and which routes have been moved from Amsterdam to Rotterdam? What competition will it face on its new Amsterdam routes?

Dutch airports recover as departure tax is abolished; traffic up 4.7% in 2010; Eindhoven and Maastricht up over 20%

Dutch airports recover as departure tax is abolished; traffic up 4.7% in 2010; Eindhoven and Maastricht up over 20%

While neighbours Germany have introduced an air travel tax in 2011, the Dutch abolished theirs back in 2009 and reaped the benefits in 2010. This year could be even better. Which are the leading country markets from the Netherlands and what share do KLM and its partners have of the Dutch market?


Transavia.com re-focuses on Netherlands after Danish dalliance; six new destinations starting next summer

Transavia.com re-focuses on Netherlands after Danish dalliance; six new destinations starting next summer

Copenhagen didn’t work out for Transavia.com so it’s focussing on new Dutch routes for 2011. Which new destinations are being added and what competition will be faced? And which major European market has the airline pulled out of after seven years?

Have cake and eaten it? Has abolition of departure tax helped KLM and Amsterdam?

Country AnalysisAnalysis of Amsterdam’s traffic figures show what impact the demise of the departure tax has had – or does it? What’s happening at the other Dutch airports and which are the leading country markets?

Transavia.com develops Copenhagen base as Dutch market falters; Innsbruck winter niche

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Profitable for the last 10 years KLM’s wholly-owned subsidiary Transavia.com has had to set up a foreign base to maintain growth. At which Austrian airport is it the second busiest carrier in winter?