Articles Tagged ‘Toulouse’

Air France doubles international network from Toulouse with addition of two new German routes to Hamburg and Düsseldorf

Air France doubles international network from Toulouse with addition of two new German routes to Hamburg and Düsseldorf

Air France may be the biggest carrier at Toulouse Blagnac airport but it currently only operates two international routes (both to Italy). From November it will add two German routes. On which one will it face low-cost competition?

UK - Toulouse market bolstered by Bristol flights connecting Airbus centres; BA moves London flights back to Heathrow

UK – Toulouse market bolstered by Bristol flights connecting Airbus centres; BA moves London flights back to Heathrow

Traffic between the UK and Toulouse grew rapidly after 2001 as LCCs entered the market. But which routes have survived and which have failed? How has the Bristol route evolved?

Most French regional airports heavily reliant on foreign carriers for links to major EU cities

Most French regional airports heavily reliant on foreign carriers for links to major EU cities

Air France operates few international routes from French regional airports with a couple of notable exceptions. Which major EU cities can be reached non-stop from the six biggest French regional airports? Which airport will see several new services this summer?


Will Toulouse’s new Hall D attract more foreign airlines? Paris 50% of current demand

Article Thumbnail: Airport FocusToulouse has a new terminal to help it expand beyond six million passengers. How critical is the Paris route and what competition does Air France face on domestic flights? Which routes have been added and lost in the last two years?

Airbus helps push Toulouse Airport over 6 million milestone in 2007

Airbus helps push Toulouse Airport over 6 million milestone in 2007Best known in aviation circles as the home of Airbus, Toulouse-Blagnac Airport is the sixth busiest in France and passed the six million passenger mark for the first time in 2007. Routes to Paris account for half the traffic while international traffic represents just one-third. However, LCCs are helping to grow the international market faster than domestic flights.