Articles Tagged ‘Ural Airlines’
Budapest Airport welcomes return of Ural Airlines with inaugural connection to Ekaterinburg Koltsovo
From the first week of September, Ural Airlines will return to Budapest Airport with the gateway’s inaugural connection to Ekaterinburg Koltsovo, in addition to the re-opening of links to Zhukovsky city, southeast of central Moscow. Both destinations will be served weekly, using the airline’s fleet of two-class A320s.
Moscow Domodedovo had more passengers in September than Norway and almost twice as many as Switzerland. We examine its network.
Zhukovsky is a “simple, inexpensive” airport; we chat with management about future routes – helped by not being a Moscow airport for bilaterals.
Three airports battled it out for Week 21 Fire Truck Water Arch glory, with entries from across Europe. The competition intensified with new aircraft, new routes and a variety of Fire Truck Water Arch salutes. But there was one clear winner, which deservedly received the Arch of Triumph prize this week.
Ural Airlines launched flights between Montpelier to Moscow Domodevo.
Ural Airlines adds four more weekly services into Italian airport.
“Cake, we all like a bit of cake don’t we? I know I do. I love a bit of cake. I do. I just like cake.” Not our words, but the words of Marjorie Dawes, a character from noughties British sitcom Little Britain. We couldn’t have put it any better ourselves Marjorie – and here […]
Over 500 new routes scheduled to launch in first three weeks of S18; Ryanair tops table with 66, US sees most new services by country
After a long and in some places cold winter, the start of the northern hemisphere’s summer season is upon us. Nick Preston takes a look at the schedules for the first three weeks of S18, which reveal that 125 airlines will begin more than 500 new routes across 97 countries during this period.
Ural Airlines becomes Moscow airport’s newest partner with three routes.
Warsaw Chopin H1 2017 traffic up 25%; LOT Polish Airlines seeing double-digit growth in seat capacity; Ural Airlines newest carrier
Warsaw Chopin is currently witnessing a phenomenal level of growth, with the airport for the first six months of this year handling 6.98 million passengers. anna.aero investigates how traffic has accelerated in recent years, and which routes are performing best from the Polish capital’s main airport.
Uzbekistan capacity stabilises in 2017 after three years of cuts; national carrier and main hub airport experience marginal growth
Uzbekistan is one of 11 members of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS). Seat capacity on services to, from and within the central Asian country has varied over the last decade, with strong growth followed by three consecutive years of cuts from 2014 to 2016. Capacity trends for Uzbekistan’s largest airlines, airports and country markets […]
Melbourne Airport joins Sydney, Brisbane and Gold Coast to become Australia’s fourth-ever winner of the Arch of Triumph competition. Four airports from Europe battle it out for inaugural flight marketing glory this week.