Articles Tagged ‘Vienna’
431 routes within Europe have 20,000+ passengers connecting. 95 of these have 50%+ passengers flying indirectly with a median 27,000 per route.
Vienna Airport welcomes Eurowings base and easyJet expansion; UK market sees 40% growth with eight new services in last 12 months
The Austrian capital has seen traffic growth of 44% since 2005 and set a new record in 2015 with almost 23 million passengers. We look at the leading airlines and country markets and what’s new for 2016.
Eurowings set to take on NIKI at Vienna; anna.aero predicts focus on Spanish routes for two based A320s
Eurowings is set to become a pan-European low cost carrier with the announcement that Vienna in Austria will become its first non-German base later this year. We speculate on which routes the two A320s may be placed.
Lufthansa’s troubled child Austrian Airlines reports falling passenger numbers, but the decline is part of planned capacity reduction. In which markets is the airline shrinking and where does it take the opportunity to grow? What changes is the new management doing to the airline’s fleet? And how is this affecting the strategic focus on Eastern […]
Lufthansa is getting serious about sorting out Austrian. But what changes are planned for the airline’s summer schedule compared with last summer? Which country markets are growing and which are shrinking? And which destinations have been dropped from Vienna in recent years?
Vienna passes 20 million mark and increases its share of Austrian traffic to over 81% despite new government tax
As Austria gears up for the winter ski season, how well have its airports performed in 2011? Which two airline groups account for three-quarters of all scheduled seat capacity this winter, and which airlines have added new services from Vienna since the beginning of the year?
airberlin’s A330 to Q400 network analysed (basically the focus remains on price-sensitive Med leisure markets)
airberlin’s CEO unexpectedly resigned last week after another disappointing set of financial figures. The airline’s network strategy remains confused and possibly too diverse. We analyse the network by geographic segment, airport, and weekly frequency, as well as summarising the routes heading for the door marked ‘exit’.
Portugal’s flag-carrier announced six new European destinations last week. Four of them filled major gaps in the airline’s network. But which three major European air travel destinations does the airline still not serve (although it has in the past)?
Capacity growth at 22 of top 25 European country markets this winter; Greek and Irish stats reflect economic woes
Our annual review of European winter capacity shows that European capacity is up around 6% this winter, the UK is only just ahead of Germany, Lufthansa is holding off Ryanair and only one of the top 15 airports is reporting a decline.
Over 150 new routes get summer 2010 season underway; Ryanair launches two new bases; Cathay Pacific, China Airlines, China Eastern, Kingfisher and Singapore Airlines add new Europe-Asia links
Yes, summer’s here apparently. The world’s airlines celebrate with over 150 new routes and we have a free, downloadable, sortable, spreadsheet for you to analyse at your leisure. Which airports get the most new weekly flights?
Veteran German fails to take pole: early summer capacity up 4.6% in Europe; LCCs make up for flag carrier downsizing
We’ve looked at capacity developments across Europe this summer by airport, country and airline. Who’s growing and who’s still shrinking, and by how much? We’ve got three graphs that summarise a huge amount of information.
Vienna sees NIKI expand as Austrian looks to cut unit costs and swop focus from east to west; mapjet launching soon
Vienna has seen many services come and go in the last two years. What happened to SkyEurope’s traffic and how quickly is NIKI growing? Which carriers were new in 2009 and which start-up hopes to launch Frankfurt services?