Articles Tagged ‘TBS’
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, WestJet announces that it is to begin direct flights to Denver from Calgary, while Bourgas Airport in Bulgaria welcomes its two-millionth passenger of the year so far. More news also from Moscow Zhukovsky and Shenzhen airports.
Ural Airlines adds the Georgian capital of Tbilisi to its route network from the Russian capital airport.
While the whole of Europe is either already on holiday or just about to go, we thought it would be good time to reveal the winners of the last of our three annual competitions – the Euro ANNIES. With winning airports in Bulgaria, France, Germany, Iceland, Russia, Spain, Turkey and the UK there is a […]
Cluj-Napoca won three Arch of Triumph weekly titles in 2016 – two from anna.aero’s judges and one in the public vote – yet it has taken it until nearly July to get a win on the board this year. Find out which one of the 11 global airports has discovered the blueprint to the Romanian airport’s success.
Gulf Air adds Tbilisi to its west-bound network.
El Al faces growing competition in Tel Aviv; JFK is biggest route and US busiest market with Miami route resuming in November
Israel’s flag carrier El Al accounts for one third of traffic at the country’s main airport. We look at the growing competition in Tel Aviv, the airline’s recent network expansion and its fastest-growing country markets.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Bristol Airport celebrates its 60th anniversary with easyJet providing the UK airport with a special honour, while Glasgow Airport parties with Air Transat as it celebrates 25 years of flying to the UK city. More news also from S7 Airlines.
Ural Airlines starts new links to Israel and Georgia from Moscow and Sochi.
Georgia traffic grows by 25% in 2016 as Batumi, Kutaisi and Tbilisi handle 2.75m pax; Turkish Airlines bigger than Georgian Airways
Nestled strategically between Russia and Turkey, Georgia has three main airports all of which grew by more than 20% in 2016. We reveal the rate at which traffic has grown in the last decade and which are the leading airlines and country markets.
London Stansted wins Part I ‒ Vote for the best Cake of the Week Part II – choose the winner from 16 culinary creations at the start of W16/17
Narrowly beating the baseball stadium created in Tampa, London Stansted secured the Cake of the Week Public Vote Part I for its Atlasglobal route launch cake. 16 more entries have been received week, as more airports look to take Part II – yummy!
Pobeda adds four routes to its network, three domestic from St. Petersburg and one international from Rostov-on-Don.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Air Arabia Maroc celebrates its five-year anniversary of flights between Cologne Bonn and Nador, while Nile Air is welcomed at Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen from Cairo. Finally Leeds Bradford and Newcastle airports welcome S17 expansion from Ryanair, while Georgian Airways commences charter flights between Tbilisi and Dammam.