Articles Tagged ‘SVG’
Aberdeen Airport grows by 8.4% in 2014; Flybe is top airline in terms of weekly seats; steals crown from BA
Fuelled by its catchment’s burgeoning energy sector, Aberdeen Airport, Routes Europe 2015 host this coming April, produced its best ever passenger results in 2014. anna.aero discovers which routes and airlines have been gushing growth at Scotland’s third largest airport.
SAS utilises PrivatAir’s metal for its latest premium transatlantic operations from Stavanger to Houston Intercontinental, a route served six times weekly.
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.
SAS expands its European offering with services from Stockholm Arlanda to Hamburg and from Stavanger to Edinburgh, using a mixed fleet of 717-200s, 737-700s and 737-800s.
Air France expands its international network with three new links from Paris CDG to Tokyo Haneda, Brasilia and Stavanger.
bmi regional starts four new services from Stavanger to Harstad/Narvik, Tromsø, Gothenburg and Kristiansund using its ERJ 145s.
While in a considerably better shape than airports in other European regions, Nordic airports have had their fair share of traffic drops in the last two years. But as most airports recover their traffic, Norwegian’s growth is slowly changing the dynamics within the region.
SAS launches seasonal flights from Bergen Airport, Copenhagen Airport, Gothenburg Airport, Oslo Airport, Stavanger Airport and Stockholm Arlanda Airport.
Norwegian inaugurates six new routes; adds second service to Sarajevo Airport.
DAT Dreamteam. These three people, husband and wife Kirsten (centre) and Jesper (right) Rungholm, who created the airline in 1989, along with MD, and now co-owner, Lars Høeg (left), have plotted a path for Danish Air Transport which has gradually seen it focus its scheduled activity on its home market of Denmark.
Largely sheltered from economic volatility by a flourishing oil industry in the area, Stavanger Airport fares better than most European airports. As the airport welcomes Wizz Air’s new service from Szczecin, anna.aero investigates its operation.
Wizz Air commences services from Gdansk to Ålesund; and operated its first ever flights from Szczecin in Poland, to Stavanger and Oslo Sandefjord.