Articles Tagged ‘Thomsonfly’
Doncaster Sheffield Airport celebrates 10 years of flights; passenger numbers up 30% in Q1 as Wizz Air grows and Aer Lingus arrives
This UK airport, known as Robin Hood Airport, handled over one million passengers in 2007. Since then demand has slipped, but more recently grew by 5% in 2014. Thomson Airways and Wizz Air are the busiest airlines at the airport with high seasonality.
UK charter destinations evolve as airlines consolidate or collapse; Thomsonfly/First Choice, Thomas Cook grab 70% of market
As LCCs have targeted Spain where have UK charter airlines turned to find new, less competitive markets? Charter traffic to mainland Spain has halved since 2001 but some markets are booming. Which ones?
Thomsonfly is yet another airline that mixes scheduled and charter services. In 2005 it set up a base at the UK’s newest airport at the former RAF Finningley. Which routes have succeeded and which have been consigned to the dustbin of history? What role do medium-haul ‘charter’ destinations now play at the airport?
The British may not win many medals in skiing competitions but they do love to hit the slopes at this time of year. We look at six UK airlines and what they’re charging for flights on Saturday 29 December. Ryanair is not the cheapest, so who is? And how many flights does easyJet operate from London airports to Geneva?
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