Articles Tagged ‘Tunis’
Royal Air Maroc revolves around its international African network, which is down from 28 destinations YOY. Abidjan is its most-served city this week.
Montreal is Royal Air Maroc’s #2 North American destination, from the French Connection. We examine this important market and its connectivity.
Wizz Air begins Abu Dhabi; American Airlines to start Seattle – Shanghai; Air Albania to be fifth airline from Tirana to London; and much, much more.
With Tunis – Brussels starting on 1 July and Djerba – Brussels on 30 July, these routes mark Nouvelair’s first scheduled flights to the Belgian capital.
Tunis Airport continues its traffic rebuild as Turkish and Afriqiyah double capacity in the last year
Aviation is notoriously difficult to analyse and predict in the best of times, its study is clearly made worse during a global recession, and when the airport is the capital of country in a fledgling democracy still in the rebuild phase post-revolution, it becomes even more of a test. A review of activity at Tunis-Carthage […]
Tunisair sees traffic rebound 20% in 2012; plans long-haul flights to America, Canada and South Africa
After the ‘Arab Spring’ of early 2011, Tunisia’s national airline has seen passenger demand surge by 20% in 2012. The airline revealed to anna.aero that it plans new long-haul services to New York and Montreal when it receives its first A330s.
At least one German tour operator resumed holiday flights to Tunisia this week which is good news for the country’s critical tourism industry. But how has traffic developed in recent years and by how much did the UK market grow in 2010? Which new routes were started in 2010, and what’s happening at Enfidha?
Without an ‘open-skies’ agreement with Europe and without the same all-year-round sunshine as Egypt, Tunisia has struggled in recent years to maximise its tourism potential. Early indications are that 2007 wasn’t a great year either so why is a Turkish company building a new airport only 60 kilometres from Monastir? And why are there hardly any LCCs in the market?