Articles Tagged ‘Spain’

FIGUS analysis - the leading international destinations from airports in France, Italy, Germany, UK and Spain revealed

FIGUS analysis – the leading international destinations from airports in France, Italy, Germany, UK and Spain revealed

Amsterdam is the leading international destination from UK airports, but which are the top 12 international destinations from airports in France, Germany, Italy and Spain? We’ve crunched the numbers, and can reveal which country markets have a clear winner, and which are much closer. Not surprisingly, London and Paris airports make several appearances.

Ryanair biggest airline in Hungary, Lithuania, Spain and Slovakia; close second in Belgium, Ireland and Italy

Ryanair biggest airline in Hungary, Lithuania, Spain and Slovakia; close second in Belgium, Ireland and Italy

Arguably Europe’s most European airlines with aircraft and crews based in 12 different countries, Ryanair is also the leading airline in several unexpected markets. In which country markets is it #1 and what share of the total market does it have? In which EU country does it have more than 50% of the market?

Spanish airport traffic down 5% in 2012 H1; Ryanair now clear #1 airline with Jet2.com growing fastest in June

Spanish airport traffic down 5% in 2012 H1; Ryanair now clear #1 airline with Jet2.com growing fastest in June

The collapse of Spanair at the beginning of the year has clearly had an impact on Spanish airport traffic, but which of the country’s mainland airports are performing best at present? How about the country’s island airports? Which are the top 10 airlines in 2012 and which routes has Jet2.com started to boost its traffic?


Why is easyJet closing its Madrid base?

Why is easyJet closing its Madrid base?

The announcement that easyJet plans to close its Madrid base (but still serve the airport from other bases) got anna.aero curious to see how the airline’s Madrid network has evolved and what competition it faces. We also spoke to Catherine Lynn, easyJet’s Group Commercial Director, on site in Madrid to find out more about the […]

¡Route Fiesta! Aena’s 1,022 “wanted” routes takes Route Shop inventory to 2,954

¡Route Fiesta! Aena’s 1,022 “wanted” routes takes Route Shop inventory to 2,954

¡Route Fiesta! Every Aena airport – 42 across mainland Spain, the islands, and North African territories – now has a listing in anna.aero’s Route Shop, bringing 1,022 Spanish routes to the online route marketing superstore which now has 2,955 routes advertised by 217 airports with a further 23 airports from around the world on backlog.

Spanair collapse good for the routes of Vueling, Air Europa and Iberia, bad for Star Alliance

Spanair collapse good for the routes of Vueling, Air Europa and Iberia, bad for Star Alliance

Spanair’s much publicised bankruptcy has left Star Alliance without a Spanish carrier, but which member now has the biggest Spanish presence? Which airlines competed on Spanair’s top routes? And which route announcements had Spanair’s main competitor already made that targeted the weak airline?


Santander, Spain's fastest-growing airport, breaks the million mark; traffic up 21% thanks to Ryanair's 38% growth

Santander, Spain’s fastest-growing airport, breaks the million mark; traffic up 21% thanks to Ryanair’s 38% growth

The name may be synonymous with banking these days but how has Santander’s airport traffic varied in the last decade? Which new routes have been started since 2010 and which were the leading routes in terms of passenger numbers in 2011?

UK international traffic up 5% in 2011; Spain up by over two million passengers, Estonian market grows by 150%

UK international traffic up 5% in 2011; Spain up by over two million passengers, Estonian market grows by 150%

UK airports have had a difficult year but international traffic is up 5%. Which markets have seen the biggest volume increase (and decrease) and which major markets have seen the highest growth in 2011? And who is responsible for the UK – Estonian market more than doubling this year?

Spain's airport growth driven by international traffic; Russia replaces Morocco in top 15 with almost 50% growth

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?


Spain, USA and Ireland lead way in May for biggest volume growth from UK airports; Egypt and Tunisia still struggling

Spain, USA and Ireland lead way in May for biggest volume growth from UK airports; Egypt and Tunisia still struggling

International traffic from UK airports actually grew by almost 8% in May. But which country markets have seen the biggest year-on-year growth in traffic volume? How much are Egypt and Tunisia still struggling to recover tourist demand, and which European country has seen traffic almost treble?

Eco-tax impacts German routes as Spain’s summer markets get off to strong start; Ryanair now clear #1 with 42% growth

Eco-tax impacts German routes as Spain’s summer markets get off to strong start; Ryanair now clear #1 with 42% growth

Using May data from AENA we take a closer look at the trends in the Spanish market. Which airlines, airports and country markets are growing, and which are shrinking? How quickly is Vueling catching Iberia and which airport’s traffic is down 40% year-on-year?

Ryanair makes Lanzarote its latest base; achieved 81% load factor in 2010; now serving 30 destinations this summer

Ryanair makes Lanzarote its latest base; achieved 81% load factor in 2010; now serving 30 destinations this summer

After 15 months of serving the Canary Island of Lanzarote, Ryanair is making it a base and adding 12 new routes this summer. How many passengers did it carry there in 2010 and what milestone should it reach in May? Which is the only destination to be served daily and what competition is there?