Articles Tagged ‘Stuttgart’
Eurowings to expand operations to northern Sweden with new direct routes to Stuttgart from Kiruna and Luleå
German low-cost carrier Eurowings sees even more opportunities in the Swedish market and for the first time is expanding its range of destinations to include northern Sweden, with a new route to Stuttgart from both Kiruna and Luleå.
Budapest Airport reopened connections with one of Germany’s largest cities on 17 May 2021, welcoming the return of Eurowings’ link to Stuttgart and winning anna.aero’s prestigious Route of the Week prize.
Romania’s Blue Air has revealed 12 routes from Cluj-Napoca. Five will have direct competition, five indirect, and two none.
Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen will have 1,591 departures in mid-Oct; Doha new #1 route. We investigate SAW’s network + chat with its Aviation Marketing Director.
Despite coronavirus, Lübeck Air took to the skies on 17 August. This is the first time since 2016 that Lübeck Airport has had scheduled service; its role is now very different than before.
Voyage Air to begin 8 routes to Austria, Germany, and Poland, including filling the void left by Germania to Bremen and Münster. We look at what it plans.
AnadoluJet replaced Turkish Airlines on seven routes on 11 June with more later that week.
As new tour operator PristinaJET plans Germany and Switzerland routes, we look at its plans in a country dominated by tour operators.
Lauda introduces new European services from Düsseldorf, Stuttgart and Vienna.
Lufthansa transfers six Stuttgart routes (including London Heathrow) from Contact Air/LH CityLine to germanwings
Lufthansa’s evolving use of germanwings for network development has started with the transfer of all international services from Stuttgart from Lufthansa to its low-cost subsidiary. But what does this mean for Contact Air? How has germanwings’ presence in Stuttgart developed since 2003?
germanwings launches Italian offensive with nine new routes from Cologne/Bonn, Stuttgart and Hannover in 2011
While the Brits love to get away to France, the Germans prefer Italy. Lufthansa’s LCC announces nine new routes for next summer but who are the leading airlines in the market? And just how small is Alitalia’s share of traffic?
German air travel tax will result in further fall in domestic demand; Lufthansa and airberlin dominate main routes
Unlike France and the UK, Germany’s domestic air travel network is not focussed on one large city. But how have the top 10 domestic routes evolved during the last decade? Which is the only monopoly route and the only one served by a proper LCC?