Articles Tagged ‘SSH’
With Cardiff becoming the fourth base for Wizz Air UK but with competition on all routes, we examine why it’s happening. There’s a clear opportunity.
TUI Airways marks UK return to Sharm el Sheikh from London Gatwick, after four-year restriction is lifted.
The UK ban to Sharm El Sheikh has been lifted. In 2015, 15 UK airports had service to Sharm, carrying nearly 1.2m passengers.
Hurghada traffic up 65% during Q1 2018, however market still down on 2015; 59% of international travellers flying on charter services
Hurghada is one of the leading airports in Egypt, particularly given its location close to the popular resorts that adorn the Red Sea coast. A market which has suffered in recent years, Jonathan Ford investigates the resurgence of the airport, and which markets are bouncing back the quickest.
Air Cairo begins flights between the Egyptian holiday resort and Italy’s third largest city.
Germania returns to Sharm El Sheikh after a four-and-a-half-year break – also launches Fuerteventura.
London Luton is easyJet’s fastest growing London airport; five new routes for 2017; some flights still cheaper than a pair of jeans
London Luton is the home of easyJet, starting operations with two leased 737-200s operating services initially to Edinburgh and Glasgow in 1995. Today Luton is the airline’s second largest London operation after London Gatwick. We take a closer look at the carrier’s development from its home airport, plus how its network has changed going into […]
Nile Air begins its first domestic routes from Cairo to Hurghada and Sharm El Sheikh – also links Egyptian capital to Al Ain in UAE.
easyJet makes the Egyptian hot-spot its 40th Milan Malpensa route as it becomes its third North African service from the Italian city.
British Airways enters the Egyptian market from London Gatwick, with its first route to the North African country from the UK airport.
Thomson Airways planning over 20 new routes for S16; growing 787 fleet serving new long-haul markets; Croatia growing, Tunisia on hold
The UK’s third biggest airline carried over 10 million passengers in 2014. We look at the airline’s evolution and which are its busiest bases and most popular destinations. Plus a look at what’s coming in 2016.
Despite Turkish Airlines being the best connected airline to the African continent in terms of destinations served, when it comes to Egypt the carrier places second to Qatar Airways in relation to seat capacity. anna.aero looks into the connectivity contest between Turkish and the MEB3 carriers in Egypt, as well as looking to see which […]