Articles Tagged ‘SPU’
London Gatwick and Brussels airports show-off Cake awards for Norwegian and Thomas Cook Airlines Belgium respectively
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Porto Santo Airport celebrates with cakes the arrivals of Iberia Express from Madrid and Santiago de Compostela, as well as Germania from Düsseldorf. Furthermore, the Portuguese airport also celebrates the 50th anniversary of its airport peer at Funchal.
SAS adds 19 seasonal routes from Aalborg, Bergen, Billund, Copenhagen, Gothenburg, Kristiansand, Oslo Gardermoen and Stavanger. Faces competition on six airport pairs from Norwegian and TUIfly Nordic.
Thomas Cook Airlines Belgium added three new routes from Brussels to Ajaccio and Bastia in France and Split in Croatia with weekly and twice-weekly flights respectively.
easyJet started flights from three of its bases – Belfast International, Geneva and Hamburg – to sunshine destinations in UK, France, Spain and Croatia.
easyJet launches six routes from five different bases – but will they make any money?
Estonian Air begins weekly seasonal flights from Tallinn to Split in Croatia, utilising its CRJ 900s.
Air Méditerranée adds new routes to Agadir, Ibiza, Malaga, Palma de Mallorca and Split.
germanwings begins flights to Bari, Rome, Split and Thessaloniki from various German bases.
Last week, easyjet announced a mix of 10 new business and leisure routes from base #23, Hamburg Airport. Find out whether anna.aero’s route predictions in September matched those revealed last week by the airline.
The EU’s latest recruit is Croatia, becoming the 28th member on 1 July after nearly a 10-year wait. Despite five years of recession and over one in five being unemployed in the country, there is still optimism for growth across the country’s main airports. anna.aero delves deep into the reasons for this increased demand.
SAS resumes services from Stockholm Arlanda Airport to Madrid Airport.
Croatia Airlines launches twice-weekly flights from Split Airport in Croatia to Belgrade Airport in Serbia.