Articles Tagged ‘Stockholm’
As London Stansted begins its winter 21/22 flight programme this week, the airport’s biggest airline Ryanair has launched three routes to Scandinavia: daily services to both Stockholm and Helsinki, and twice-weekly services to Tampere.
Ryanair revealed on 6 May that it will base two 737-800s at Stockholm Arlanda from the start of the W21/22 season. While it has announced 21 routes, an analysis of the initial schedule shows that 49% of flying will be done on away-based aircraft, with room for more frequencies to be added.
With SkyUp to begin Łódź to Kyiv and Lviv – two of the Polish airport’s most-leaked markets – we chat with Łódź to find out where else is in the list.
As Wizz Air announces 23 new routes, we look at what and where. Five of these routes involve St Petersburg, thanks to that city’s new e-visas and seventh freedoms.
As Wizz Air announces yet more routes, meaning nearly 100 in the past few weeks, we see where and what.
30-Second Interview – Bernard Lavelle, Aviation Business Development Director, London Southend Airport
anna.aero’s Chief Analyst Nick Preston paid a visit to London Southend last week to see it welcome its latest carrier, Air Malta. While on site, there was also an opportunity to discuss the airport’s plans for future growth and network expansion with its Aviation Business Development Director, Bernard Lavelle.
Scandinavian Airlines targets long-haul growth in 2016; many new US services confirmed; Gothenburg Airport is fastest-growing presence
SAS survived a near-death experience in 2012 and is once again profitable. We look at how the Star Alliance carrier has grown capacity at its three major hubs in the last few years and what seasonality issues it faces.
Nordic airports reporting solid growth in 2010-11; Keflavik, Gothenburg and Malmö all up more than 20% in May
Since last April’s volcanic incident, the major Nordic airports have (nearly) all reported solid, uninterrupted growth. But which airports reported the best year-on-year growth in May, and how did the region’s capital airports fare in 2010 compared with 2009 and 2008?
Now Europe’s third-busiest genuine LCC Norwegian’s second biggest base (after Oslo) is in Stockholm. What is the history of the airline’s operation there and which new routes had it added this week? Which eight routes account for over three-quarters of its flights there and what competition does it face?
The capitals of Germany and Sweden are now connected by five different airlines. How do one-way fares for the next eight weeks compare and what “extras” do passengers have to pay for? Can you guess the ranking of the carriers in terms of average ‘basic’ fare? Probably, but exactly how wide is the range of […]
Proving that some intra-European country markets are still anything but mature, we take a look at developments during the last year between Sweden and Lithuania. Which carriers have started, stopped and in some cases re-started services between these two northern European countries?
This week’s 30-second interview is with new Swedavia CEO Torborg Chetkovich. What route opportunities does she see at Sweden’s two largest airports, Stockholm-Arlanda and Gothenburg Landvetter? And how key are the regional airports to the new Swedavia strategy?