Articles Tagged ‘SAS’
Patrick Fennell discusses the impact of Covid-19 on Xfly, how it’s responding, and tips for proactively dealing with future black swan events.
Following Norwegian’s end, SAS will operate Oslo – Lakslev non-stop from 17 April, the first time it has done so in 17 years.
airBaltic, Austrian and SAS will temporarily suspend all operations; combined 1.1 million weekly seats.
Today’s key airline route changes from the ongoing COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak.
Check out network planning news as it happens on our Instagram daily digests! In this week’s new airline routes launched, Taiwanese start-up Starlux Airlines commences operations, SAS begins A350 operations, VietJet adds Denpasar flights from Hanoi, and Xiamen Airlines launches Fuzhou to Fukuoka flights.
SAS Scandinavian Airlines inaugurates A350 services between Copenhagen and Chicago on 28 January.
Check out network planning news as it happens on our Instagram daily digests! In this week’s new airline routes launched, SAS relaunches Copenhagen – Los Angeles, and Tampa International wins cake of the week.
SAS Scandinavian Airlines returns to Los Angeles; significant opportunity as rival Norwegian cuts back transatlantic network.
431 routes within Europe have 20,000+ passengers connecting. 95 of these have 50%+ passengers flying indirectly with a median 27,000 per route.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, SAS announces the first flights from the new Scandinavian Mountains Airport and a Stavanger-Manchester service, Virgin Atlantic accepts delivery of its first A350 and announces 2020 schedule, easyJet announces Glasgow to Birmingham flights, Air Sial signs a deal for three A320s, Air Antwerp commences operations to London City Airport from […]
We had a total of six entries and a brand new airline for this week’s arch of triumph, with each contender becoming ever more competitive in a bid to win our coveted award. And now, onto the scores…
A total of 16 new routes were launched by some 13 airlines, including Wizz Air launching an additional three new routes to Baden and Castellon.