Articles Tagged ‘SAW’
One of Europe’s fastest growing airports has a great new terminal. How is demand split between domestic and international flights and how do the three major Turkish carriers compare? Which European and Middle Eastern LCCs serve the airport?
Turkish airports will handle over 80 million passengers this year and most (but not all) are growing. But is it domestic or international traffic that is driving the growth? How dominant are Istanbul’s two airports?
A big anna.aero welcome to Air Kiribati making their first appearance in our news section. We also have details of new routes (and celebratory pictures) started this week in Canada, Colombia, the Dominican Republic, Egypt, Estonia, Finland, Germany, India, Latvia, Malaysia, Mexico, the Netherlands, Puerto Rico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Spain, Sudan, Turkey, the UAE, the UK, and the USA.
As unique monthly visits to anna.aero pass 35,000, Istanbul’s Sabiha Gökcen became the 80th airport to join TheRouteShop.com advertising 11 routes, taking the total available air services in the shop to an auspicious 666.
What’s this? A country where air travel demand has been growing throughout 2009? Yes, it’s true and we show you which are the fastest growing airports in Turkey and which new international routes have been started.
The owners of Istanbul-based Pegasus are now also the largest shareholder in airberlin. But what routes does Pegasus serve around Europe? How extensive is its domestic network and what are its frequencies on the busiest routes?
Just two airports handled 55% of Turkey’s 74 million airport passengers last year. Which ones? Seasonality is extreme at some airports. Which airports has Turkish Airlines recently added to its network and which airline legends are helping to guide Pegasus Airlines to a brighter future?
A brief lull this week before we have over 50 new routes starting next week. However, BA started a new route to India, easyJet launched four new routes including a domestic French route, and Transavia (a Dutch airline) started a whopping eight new routes from Copenhagen (in Denmark). Ah, the joys of EU liberalisation. Plus new routes from Mexicana, SriLankan and TUIfly.com. Ryanair took the week off but will be back with a bang next week!