Articles Tagged ‘Serbia’
Windrose began Kyiv Boryspil to Belgrade on 11 December, effectively replacing Air Serbia. Come S21, THREE airlines may operate the route.
Air Serbia on 16 July began Belgrade – Oslo, with three airlines on Oslo-area from the Serbian capital.
Wizz Air and Ryanair are the biggest and fastest-growing airlines in Central Europe; Poland-UK remains biggest country pair
We define a new region of 17 countries across Central and Eastern Europe and analyse which are the biggest and fastest-growing in 2016. Plus we reveal the top 15 airlines (and how fast they are growing) and busiest country pairs.
We have analysed our traffic and trends database for over 300 European airports to determine which were the fastest-growing airports in 2014, and also to see the growth (or otherwise) in passenger numbers across 43 countries in Europe.
A re-invigorated Air Serbia (formerly JAT Airways) will be at the vanguard of traffic development in its home market of Serbia thanks to its partnership with Etihad Airways. anna.aero investigates how the Serbian market has changed and what the future holds.
In spite of the financial difficulties facing Serbia’s national carrier Jat Airways, the airline is set to grow this year with capacity increases and further new routes. But how did the airline perform last year? In which markets will the carrier be growing the most? And what is happening with the privatisation attempts?
Wizz Air opens Belgrade base; single A320 now operates 23 weekly departures to nine destinations including Rome
Yes, apparently a base can consist of just a single aircraft, at least according to Wizz Air. But which new routes has it added from Belgrade this week and what competition does it face, directly and indirectly? How is demand developing in Belgrade and what other new routes are starting there this summer?
Wizz Air’s 11 new routes will generate an additional 25 weekly rotations next summer. So how many airports does Wizz Air now operate from? And which are its busiest airports this winter? Curiously, the busiest is not even in Central Europe.
Relaxation of EU visa rules sees Serbia’s Belgrade Nikola Tesla airport attract 10 new airlines in just six months
Last week Belgrade won a Euro Annie from us. How has traffic developed in recent years and which are the leading airlines serving the airport? Which are the leading country markets? And don’t forget the aviation museum!
Want some airport (and airline) awards that are based on transparent analysis of numerical data? You got it. Will it throw up some unusual winners? You bet.
Delta targets US Airways at LaGuardia; Oman offers more Pakistan; CPH has ‘six’ appeal for Cimber; Alitalia swings axe at Malpensa; Ryanair/Wizz Air grow in CEE
More analysis of the latest route development announcements; this week from Europe, the Middle East and North America. Also featuring some analysis of Ryanair’s new base at Kaunas, Wizz Air’s new Serbian and Romanian routes and a swopping of LCCs at Friedrichshafen.
Fresh from hosting this year’s Eurovision Song Contest traffic through Serbia’s main airport at Belgrade has grown 25% in two years. National carrier JAT is also growing steadily. How wide-ranging is its network and which two European LCCs have managed to get into this non-EU country?