Articles Tagged ‘SBZ’
Sibiu Airport, located in the heart of Romania, talks to us about its incentive scheme to kickstart growth to pre-pandemic levels.
Wizz Air adds London Southend, the airline’s 12th UK city, with four new routes.
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.
Wizz Air continued its European expansion in S19 with the addition of three new routes.
At the fifth attempt, starting with its first entry back in 2014, Stuttgart Airport has finally won its first ever weekly win in the Arch of Triumph competition. Airports from Africa, Caribbean, Europe and South America battle it out for new route marketing glory this week.
With France claiming Germany’s crown as football World Cup champions on Sunday, the nation craved something to lift its collective spirits. Step-up some German airport firefighters to restore some well-needed national pride.
TAROM launches flights to Germany’s motor city from Sibiu and Timisoara.
Wizz Air adds routes from Katowice, Kiev Zhulyany and Sibiu – also launches flights to Tallinn.
It has been three years since we last looked at the Romanian country market – and boy haven’t things changed! Marc Watkins takes a look at the south-east European nation’s traffic development, its largest carriers and its most-important destination markets.
TAROM quickly losing market share in fast-growing Romania as Blue Air, Ryanair and Wizz Air all expand rapidly
The Romanian flag carrier started flying in 1954, but still has only a modest fleet of just over 20 aircraft. We reveal its development during the last decade, its share of the Romanian market and leading country markets.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Budapest Airport welcomes the arrival of SWISS’ CS100 while easyJet celebrates one million passengers between London Gatwick and Sofia. More news also from Budapest as well as Sydney, Bodrum, Dubai and Copenhagen airports.
Wizz Air opens its seventh Romania base at Sibiu adding links to Madrid, Memmingen, Milan/Bergamo and Nuremberg – also introduces Podgorica to its network.