Articles Tagged ‘UIO’

Lisbon takes annual Arch of Triumph honours for second time

Lisbon takes annual Arch of Triumph honours for second time

As the final collection of entries are assessed for the 2018 Arch of Triumph competition, we reveal which airport was crowned the annual winner. We received 434 entries in 2018 and competition was fierce but the successful airport is a returning champion. Read on to find out more!

GOL generates new Ecuadorian connection

GOL generates new Ecuadorian connection

GOL launches its first flights to Quito from Sao Paulo Guarulhos – launches two other seasonal routes. 

Heathrow Expansion – 41 unserved major Latin American routes

Heathrow Expansion – 41 unserved major Latin American routes

Heathrow is connected to fewer Latin American destinations than all of the other major European hubs. That’s the conclusion we make in our latest market analysis leading up to the anna.aero-RABA Heathrow HubLAB Conference in London on 12 June. In all there are 41 airports and 25 country markets across Latin America with links to […]


anna.aero World Tour 2018 starts at Routes Americas in Quito; CONNECT next week

anna.aero World Tour 2018 starts at Routes Americas in Quito; CONNECT next week

Who ventured out on the numerous city tours? Which fabulous location was used for the Welcome Reception? Who won the Routes Americas 2018 Marketing Awards? To find out the answers to all these questions, as well as the latest network development news from the conference in Quito, read our show daily magazines here. Next week the […]

Ecuador's aviation market has shrunk 27% since 2013, reaching a decade low last year; Condor and Spirit Airlines planning to shake things up

Ecuador’s aviation market has shrunk 27% since 2013, reaching a decade low last year; Condor and Spirit Airlines planning to shake things up

Ecuador, the nation some 800 delegates will be flying into over the next two weeks to attend Routes Americas in Quito, saw its seat capacity drop 9.8% between 2016 and 2017, a fourth consecutive year of cuts. Jonathan Ford highlights who’s cut back the most and informs what to look out for in 2018. 

Quito Airport celebrates its first Arch of Triumph win

Quito Airport celebrates its first Arch of Triumph win

Ecuador is currently the centre of the airport marketing world, hosting Routes Americas next month in Quito, but more significantly scooping its first Arch of Triumph win. Two more airports battle it out this week for undying glory.


Arch of Triumph 2018 launched – the sixth year of the global airport new route marketing competition

Arch of Triumph 2018 launched – the sixth year of the global airport new route marketing competition

The 2018 Arch of Triumph – our sixth year of competition – is underway. With North America breaking the European hold on this illustrious airport marketing award by taking last year’s title, can another global region take the crown in 2018? With five entries from two regions this week, namely Europe and South America, see […]

Quito gains new Madrid and Frankfurt links; traffic dropped 9.4% in 2016 to 4.9 million passengers; host city of Routes Americas 2018

Quito gains new Madrid and Frankfurt links; traffic dropped 9.4% in 2016 to 4.9 million passengers; host city of Routes Americas 2018

Quito will play host to some 800 delegates in mid-February for the 11th annual Routes Americas conference. The capital of Ecuador is on a high at the moment with a second Madrid connection thanks to Air Europa, while Condor will add Frankfurt from Q3 2018. However, the ventures come after several years of decline.

Air Europa enters Ecuadorian capital

Air Europa enters Ecuadorian capital

Air Europa starts its 15th service to Central and South America.


tame shrinking in Ecuador as government looks for investors; 15 aircraft serve New York, Florida, Colombia, Peru and the Galapagos Islands

tame shrinking in Ecuador as government looks for investors; 15 aircraft serve New York, Florida, Colombia, Peru and the Galapagos Islands

The national carrier of Ecuador, tame, has been cutting capacity in recent years. Last year’s major earthquake in the country resulted in further cuts. We reveal its closest rivals in Ecuador, its current fleet and the top 12 routes by seats.

tame links Quito to New York

tame links Quito to New York

tame moves its link to New York JFK from Guayaquil to Quito. 

Aerolineas Argentinas adds South American trio

Aerolineas Argentinas adds South American trio

Aerolineas Argentinas begins flights from its two Buenos Aires hubs to Belo Horizonte, Quito and Guayaquil.