Articles Tagged ‘TLL’
Baltic region will soon welcome airBaltic’s new Bombardier CS300 aircraft; Nordica is new name for Estonia’s newest carrier
The airports of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania combined handled around 11.5 million passengers in 2015. We reveal their growth since 1999 and which are the leading airlines and country markets, plus what’s coming in 2016.
Taking place in the Lithuanian capital between 13 and 15 March, CONNECT 2016 is expected to attract over 50 airlines and 150 airports. As always, anna.aero will be there to produce its world famous conference magazines, and Chief Analyst Ralph Anker will also be leading a series of panel discussions, as well as giving his expertise overview […]
Nordic Aviation commences a weekly F100 service between the Estonian capital and the German hub – a route recently served by the now defunct Estonian Air.
easyjet adds Glasgow and Tallinn to its Milan Malpensa base.
While on a recent visit to Riga, anna.aero’s Jonathan Ford met with airBaltic’s VP of Corporate Communications, Janis Vanags, to discuss the carrier’s current and future strategies, especially in the light of the recent closures of Estonian Air last month, and Air Lituanica at the start of S15.
Estonian Air network now (mostly) flown by Nordic Aviation Group using Adria Airways AOC; SAS and airBaltic sense opportunities
Estonian Air accounted for around one-third of scheduled seat capacity at Tallinn Airport in 2014. We look at which carriers have taken up which routes and which airlines are helping to create a new national airline.
SAS re-starts flights to the capital of Estonia after more than seven years.
In 2014, over 3.8 million passengers passed through the three commercial airports of Lithuania, a record for the country, yet it also witnessed one of the slowest growth rates of recent years. anna.aero investigates why growth has slowed down in Lithuania, and looks to see how the airline network has changed over the past 12 […]
The latest victim of a dynamic and unstable airline industry is Air Lituanica, which has ceased operations on 22 May. The first beneficiary of the airline’s demise is airBaltic, which has taken over four of Air Lituanica’s 10 ex-routes. anna.aero evaluates Air Lituanica’s network before it shut down operations.
airBaltic now links Tallinn to Berlin Tegel and Vienna, as well as Dortmund and Frankfurt to Heringsdorf, using its Q400s.
Estonian Air commences twice-weekly flights from Tallinn to Milan Malpensa, using its CRJ 900s.
airBaltic starts new services from Tallinn to Paris CDG and from Vilnius to Amsterdam, using its 737-500s and 737-300s. Competes against Air Lituanica on the sector to the Dutch capital.