Articles Tagged ‘VKO’
Ukraine breaks into the top 10 during Week 40 of the Arch of Triumph competition as airports prepare for a wealth of winter launches
When referring to anna.aero’s New Routes Database, over 430 routes are scheduled to launch around the world over the next two weeks, meaning that airport firefighters across the globe are surely preparing those tenders for route baptism action. However, which Ukrainian airport has clinched victory in the last week of competition in S17 and climbed […]
Pobeda adds Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden to its existing Cologne Bonn and Memmingen routes.
Sometimes we receive FTWAs from some of the most unlikely places…and the Southeast Asian nation of Laos is definitely in this category. Not only was that a shock, but it also beat all six other competitors from around the world this week.
Azimuth Airline, Russia’s newest carrier, commenced operations on 21 September.
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.
SCAT Airlines launches the Moscow airport’s first connection to Kazakhstan.
UTair begins daily flights to Vienna and Berlin Tegel from Moscow Vnukovo.
Having won just once in the first eight weeks of the 2017 competition, Europe has scooped the title for the last seven weeks on the bounce. Despite these impressive stats, have the average scores so far this year been better or worse than the previous years of competition? Find out here.
Pobeda adds Gazipaşa-Alanya services to its Moscow Vnukovo network.
AZALJet connects Ganja and Qabala to Russian capital.
Ellinair adds Christmas flights for W16/17; will serve 15 destinations in Russia next summer; currently ranked #4 at home base in Thessaloniki
Launched in 2014, Ellinair operates a seasonal fleet primarily on domestic routes and to destinations in Russia. We reveal the airline’s rate of growth and leading routes in 2016. Plus a look ahead at what’s coming next for the Greek carrier.
As we were all flouncing around in Chengdu last week at World Routes, we have a double whammy of FTWAs this week, with a massive 19 airports from around the world battling it out for airport marketing glory.