Articles Tagged ‘Turkey’

Growth in Turkish market driven by domestic demand; SAW sees rapid growth everywhere

Article Thumbnail: Market TrendsWhat’s this? A country where air travel demand has been growing throughout 2009? Yes, it’s true and we show you which are the fastest growing airports in Turkey and which new international routes have been started.

Pegasus Airlines wings its way to mainland Europe with increasing scheduled services

Article Thumbnail: Airline AnalysisThe owners of Istanbul-based Pegasus are now also the largest shareholder in airberlin. But what routes does Pegasus serve around Europe? How extensive is its domestic network and what are its frequencies on the busiest routes?

Early summer capacity down by 4.8% in Europe; Norwegian in pole position for growth

Article Thumbnail: Lead StoryThis weekend sees the start of the summer season and our analysis reveals that airlines at European airports are offering around 5% fewer seats compared with a year ago. We look at the leading airports, airlines and country markets and see which are growing fastest (if at all) and which are in decline (and by how much).


Turkey’s airport traffic grew by 6% in 2008 fuelled by rapid expansion of Turkish Airlines

Article Thumbnail: Country FocusJust two airports handled 55% of Turkey’s 74 million airport passengers last year. Which ones? Seasonality is extreme at some airports. Which airports has Turkish Airlines recently added to its network and which airline legends are helping to guide Pegasus Airlines to a brighter future?

European winter capacity down by 2.3%; UK and Spain struggling, Turkey booming

Article Thumbnail: Lead StoryWe take a detailed look at how capacity this winter has changed for Europe’s biggest airports, countries and airlines. Which of the top airports are still seeing growth? What’s happening in Central Europe (not what you might expect) and which airlines are still adding capacity?

Turkish Airlines still growing at 15%; Baghdad and Birmingham new for this winter

Article Thumbnail: Base AnalysisA lack of EU membership has not stopped Turkey’s national airline from growing profitably at 15% per annum in recent years. This year it has already received 11 new aircraft from Airbus and Boeing. But which new routes has it started and how seasonal is demand?


Turkey: Tourism growth stimulates demand without EU membership

Turkey: Tourism growth stimulates demand without EU membershipTurkey’s major airports have experienced impressive growth in recent years even without the aid of LCCs. The national airline has been profitable despite recording growth of 15-20% for the last three years. How much of its traffic is domestic and how many routes did it add in 2006? And do Brits and Germans really have different preferences for tourism resorts?