Articles Tagged ‘Vueling’
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Laudamotion opens its latest base in Palma de Mallorca, Allegiant announces services to St Petersburg-Clearwater, Vueling celebrated carrying its 15th Million Passenger from Bilbao, Ethiopian wins fifth-freedom flights, Japan Airlines celebrated its first A350-900 aircraft, Brisbane airport announces direct flights to USA for 2020, and Airbus and Boeing […]
Airbus signs up as main title sponsor for the Budapest Airport-anna.aero Runway Run for fifth year running!
Budapest Airport and anna.aero are massively honoured, and delighted to announce, that Airbus has stepped up as the main title sponsor for the air transport industry’s leading 10km charity race for a fifth year running. This year’s race will be Saturday 31 August 2019 on Budapest Airport’s Runway 13R-31L.
Aarhus steals the show in Arch of Triumph Part I voting; Choose now from 30 arches and select your favourite Arch of Triumph – S19 Part II
Aarhus Airport stole the show in S19 Part I of the Arch of Triumph Public Vote, securing 71% of all ballots. With a further 30 entries in Part II of the S19 season launch voting, take a peruse through the global salutes and choose your favourite today. Vote now!
Having operated a successful series of flights over the festive period, Milan Bergamo can confirm that Vueling is to return for the Easter break with ad-hoc flights from Barcelona. With Barcelona being one of Milan Bergamo’s most popular routes, the flights add more opportunity to the pivotal airport pair.
Vueling introduces a four times weekly service between Amsterdam and Vienna.
Vueling will offer 3.59 million seats on flights serving Paris Orly in 2018, a 3.8% increase on 2017. Since beginning flights to the French capital’s secondary hub in 2009, it has consistently grown its annual capacity proposition from the airport. Nick Preston examines recent developments in the LCC’s Orly network.
‘The Magnificent Seven’ network planning high flyers react to individual nominations for this year’s World Routes Marketing Awards
Having spoken to the airports nominated for this year’s World Routes Marketing Awards, anna.aero now talks to the individuals up for this year’s prize. Read about the nominees, who represent Adelaide, Amsterdam, Avinor, Billund, London Stansted and New Orleans airports, plus Vueling.
Aer Lingus is crowned ‘The Fastest Airline in the World’ at the Budapest Airport-anna.aero Runway Run 6.0
Aer Lingus has regained the title of being the world’s fastest airline at this year’s Budapest Airport-anna.aero Runway Run, having last won the award two years ago. See which other winners were announced on the day and check out the pictures from this year’s record-breaking event.
UK-France capacity returns to pre-credit crunch levels in 2017; easyJet is leading carrier, Paris CDG tops airport table
There were 15.37 million two-way seats on offer between the UK and France in 2017, a 4.4% increase on the previous year. The European country pair has now enjoyed four consecutive years of growth. Nick Preston examines this mature market’s leading trends, including the top airlines, airports and routes.
LCC capacity in Europe set for half a billion seats in 2018; nine nations already at 50% market share; European share forecast for 50% in 2027
European low-cost seats are forecast to cross the half a billion barrier in 2018. Jonathan Ford takes a deeper look into the development of the model across Europe, including its market share of all seats, and which country markets have seen the greatest stimulation over the past decade.
This week, in the second instalment of our regional review for S18, we look at Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Nick Preston takes a look at the region’s busiest country markets, airlines and routes for a typical peak week in summer and offers a comparison of this year’s schedules with those of S17.
There were 17.38 million two-way seats available between the UK and Italy in 2017, a 5.0% increase over the previous year. The Anglo-Italian market has now enjoyed four consecutive years of capacity growth. Nick Preston takes a look at recent trends in terms of its leading airlines, airports and routes.