Articles Tagged ‘Thomson Airways’

Boeing restarts 787 deliveries, now two units behind Airbus

Boeing restarts 787 deliveries, now two units behind Airbus

Following several months of flying ban, Boeing was quick to resume deliveries of 787s, seven of which were dispatched to worldwide customers in May.

Aalborg Airport turns 75; Athens, Menorca, Palma de Mallorca and Riga show their cakes; Volotea and Ryanair celebrate passenger landmarks

Aalborg Airport turns 75; Athens, Menorca, Palma de Mallorca and Riga show their cakes; Volotea and Ryanair celebrate passenger landmarks

In this week’s Network Planning Community News anna.aero brings you wonderful celebratory cakes from Menorca, Mallorca, Riga and Athens, as well as reports from all over Europe, including that from Aalborg Airport’s 75th anniversary celebration.

East Midlands Airport rebuilds after end of bmibaby; Ryanair still #1, but flybe and Monarch Airlines establish bases

East Midlands Airport rebuilds after end of bmibaby; Ryanair still #1, but flybe and Monarch Airlines establish bases

Located in the heart of England, East Midlands Airport has had more than its fair share of airline comings and goings in recent years. But last year’s closure of bmibaby has resulted in almost 30 new services launching in less than a year, though Ryanair remains the dominant carrier with almost half of all seats.


Thomson Airways takes up services from London Gatwick to Jerez

Thomson Airways takes up services from London Gatwick to Jerez

Thomson Airways launches seasonal flights from London Gatwick Airport to Jerez Airport in southern Spain.

Leak of the Week: Thomson to launch ten routes from six UK airports next summer

Leak of the Week: Thomson to launch ten routes from six UK airports next summer

Leak of the Week: anna.aero reveals which UK airports are going to benefit from new leisure services next year and investigates whether charter passengers are still valuable to the UK’s airports, particularly when it comes to spending cash in their shops, despite decades of decline resulting from LCC encroachment.

Pula Airport: 50% of annual traffic concentrated in two months; seat capacity up 15% this summer

Pula Airport: 50% of annual traffic concentrated in two months; seat capacity up 15% this summer

As Croatia readies up for accession to the European Union, all of the country’s airports expect a busy summer. But as half of Pula Airport’s traffic concentrates in two months only, it needs to work harder on attracting year-round services.


Birmingham welcomes return of Berlin flights thanks to Lufthansa; Monarch to start five leisure routes next summer

Birmingham welcomes return of Berlin flights thanks to Lufthansa; Monarch to start five leisure routes next summer

Birmingham Airport in the UK has seen a dramatic change in its mix of airlines during the last decade, with once dominant British Airways no longer on the scene. Which carriers filled the gap left by the departing flag-carrier and what is particularly impressive about Emirates’ double-daily service to Dubai?

Manchester persuades Ryanair to open base, and then recruits its Director of New Route Development!

Manchester persuades Ryanair to open base, and then recruits its Director of New Route Development!

The UK’s busiest airport outside of London has had an up-and-down last 10 years. easyJet has been growing fast since 2008 and Ryanair is about to open a base with 20 new routes. But which are the leading airlines, and which LCC is returning this winter after a four year absence? And which other carriers […]

New routes launched during the last week<br/> (Wednesday 3 – Monday 8 November)

New routes launched during the last week
(Wednesday 3 – Monday 8 November)

WINTER SEASON PART II: 80 new routes!!! This week features full analysis of the big batch of new routes that launched in the last week. Which European capital city got four new routes with four different airlines? Great parties featured included British Airways’ London Gatwick to Cancun and RwandAir’s Kigali to Mombasa and Dubai.