Articles Tagged ‘Russia’
St Petersburg’s 18% average growth 2009-12 puts pressure on infrastructure; new terminal to open this year
With double-digit growth over the last five years, St Petersburg Airport is bursting at the seams. A new terminal, due to open later this year, is the stepping stone for further growth, as anna.aero finds out from the airport’s operator – Fraport.
Novosibirsk Airport: International traffic doubles in just two years; Chinese and European routes wanted
With annual growth of 20% and international passengers doubling in numbers in just two years, Novosibirsk Tolmachevo Airport’s remote location seems to be benefiting its ongoing traffic development — anna.aero examines the airport’s success.
easyJet launches London-Moscow route as it joins FTSE 100
easyJet has launched its historic London Gatwick Airport-Moscow Domodedovo route. This is our on-site report from the launch from Gatwick and Moscow featuring a special anna.aero route launch cake – and a detailed anna.aero analysis of the London-Moscow air travel market which has seen passenger numbers double in the last decade.
Czech-Russian liberalisation an effect of booming Moscow-Prague traffic
The Czech-Russian bilateral is about to be liberalised, but what are the developments leading to this decision? How has the Prague-Moscow route developed? And which airports have received traffic spill?
Novosibirsk Tolmachevo Airport grows 22% in 2011; Turkish Airlines instantly biggest foreign airline
After Turkish Airlines’ launch of flights to Novosibirsk in Russia’s Siberia region, the Star Alliance airline is the airport’s biggest foreign carrier, but which is the by far leading international country market? How dominant is domestic travel and which city ranks second after Moscow?
Ural Airlines grows internationally; all-Airbus fleet next week
Russia’s sixth-largest airline is based in Ekaterinburg. It is currently growing its international network, but from which airports? Which are the airline’s largest markets? And what milestone for the airline takes place this coming weekend?
Spain’s airport growth driven by international traffic; Russia replaces Morocco in top 15 with almost 50% growth
Spanish domestic traffic has barely grown in 2011, but international traffic is up over 11%. What growth has there been in the largest individual country markets in the first three-quarters of 2011, and which smaller country markets are growing fastest? Just how badly have the Egyptian and Tunisian markets been affected?
Moscow’s largest airport Domodedovo continues rapid growth; SriLankan Airlines and Oman Air coming soon
At almost constant growth in the last decade, Moscow Domodedovo has become the biggest airport serving the megacity Moscow, but what is the division between domestic and international passengers? Which international market dominates? And which is the latest airline to begin serving the airport?
Analysis of data at 300 European airports reveals winners and losers in 2010 by airport and country; demand up 4.8%
We analyse our updated, downloadable spreadsheet featuring traffic and trend data for 300 European airports. Which airports were among the fastest-growing two years running and which were the fastest-growing (and shrinking) country markets?
BRICs and MORTAR: Building for growth in air transport
You’ve heard of the BRIC nations and their burgeoning economies, but we’ve found some more booming air transport markets and come up with the acronym MORTAR. Can you guess which countries are involved? What do they have in common? Air traffic growth of over 15% in 2010, that’s what.
Russia’s leading airports growing by 27% in 2010; hosting World Cup in 2018 will bring fresh challenges
World Cup success, WikiLeaks revelations, and EU criticism of its aviation industry; it’s not been a dull time for Russia recently. But how are its airlines and airports actually performing in 2010? How does it differ from 2009?
Capacity growth at 22 of top 25 European country markets this winter; Greek and Irish stats reflect economic woes
Our annual review of European winter capacity shows that European capacity is up around 6% this winter, the UK is only just ahead of Germany, Lufthansa is holding off Ryanair and only one of the top 15 airports is reporting a decline.