Articles Tagged ‘Wizz Air’

New routes launched during the last week
(Saturday 13 December – Friday 19 December)

nl121208-farwatch120.jpgA very busy week as many airlines launched new routes aimed at the winter leisure market, whether it be skiing in Europe or sunshine in the US. We tracked almost 50 new routes that started this week operated by 24 different airlines including: airBaltic, Arik Air, British Airways, Copa, easyJet, Emirates, jetBlue, Ryanair, SAS, Singapore Airlines, TACA, Transavia.com, Turkish Airlines, WestJet and Wizz Air.

New routes launched during the last week:
Saturday 13 September – Friday 19 September

Article Thumbnail: News in BriefNews, photos and analysis of new routes started this week. Among the new routes, Aeroflot has brought back its daily service between Moscow Sheremetyevo and Khabarovsk, Allegiant Air has introduced a twice-weekly flight from Las Vegas to Casper, Jet Airways has added four new destinations on its route map: Pune, Visakhapatnam, Goa and Muscat. Wizz Air has moved its service from Sofia to Barcelona, serving Girona and Cimber air has launched four daily flights between Copenhagen and Aarhus.

Wizz Air and Ryanair dominate Polish LCC landscape; Centralwings to end scheduled flights this month

Article Thumbnail: Lead StoryLOT’s decision to scrap scheduled services operated by its LCC Centralwings will have an impact on the fast-growing UK-Poland market. But how many other LCCs operate to Poland? And which are the biggest country markets for LCCs?


New routes launched during the last week
(Saturday 26 July – Friday 1 August 2008)

New routes launched during the last week (Saturday 26 July - Friday 1 August 2008):News, commentary and photos on routes launched this week by Blue Air, Etihad, Ryanair, Volareweb and Wizz Air.

New routes launched during the last week
(Saturday 19 July – Friday 25 July 2008)

Image: New routes launched during the last weekNews, commentary and photos on routes launched this week by Ryanair, Volareweb and Wizz Air.

Bulgaria’s airports maintain double-digit growth; Wizz Air doubling Sofia-based fleet

Logo: country featurePassenger numbers at Bulgaria’s three main international airports have almost trebled since 2000. While Sofia has good year-round traffic Bourgas and Varna are extremely seasonal. What role are LCCs playing and what is Wizz Air doing with its second Sofia-based A320?


New routes launched during the last week
(Saturday 5 July – Friday 11 July 2008)

Global new routes round-up (Saturday 5 July - Friday 11 July 2008)News, commentary and photos on routes launched this week by Air One, Delta Connection (SkyWest), Flybe, United Express (Skywest) and Wizz Air.

Ukraine traffic is booming as Wizz Air looks to introduce low cost services

Ukraine traffic is booming as Wizz Air looks to introduce low cost servicesTraffic has quadrupled at Ukrainian airports in the last seven years and Kiev’s Borispol airport grew by over 20% in 2007. Now Wizz Air wants to introduce low-cost services in the country. Who will be its main competitors and which country markets are currently most popular?

Milan Bergamo to Bucharest Baneasa: Blue Air, MyAir.com and Wizz Air battle it out

Milan Bergamo to Bucharest Baneasa: Blue Air, MyAir.com and Wizz Air battle it outAmazingly there are three LCCs competing head-to-head on this route connecting two secondary airports. Blue Air, MyAir.com and Wizz Air each operate between four and six weekly flights. Who is cheapest for flights booked now for travel in the next fortnight? What happens on days when all three carriers operate? We reveal all!


Wizz Air not chicken in entering Kiev market with one aircraft

Wizz Air not chicken in entering Kiev market with one aircraftEU-based Wizz Air is setting up a subsidiary in the Ukraine and starting seven domestic routes in July. How has it managed to achieve this with just one aircraft? How hard will the aircraft be worked and what competition will it face on the routes it has chosen?

Poland: EU membership brings huge increase in airport passengers

Article Thumbnail: Country FocusOf all the recent countries to join the EU, Poland had by far the biggest population. With liberalisation LCCs have rushed in and growth at Poland’s airports in the last three years has been exceptional. Which airports have grown fastest? What share does Warsaw now have of total traffic? Which carriers are the largest at each of the regional airports?

Romania experiences EU membership benefits

Article Thumbnail: Country FocusThe EU’s joint newest member (with Bulgaria) is witnessing dramatic growth in air travel. How dominant is Bucharest among Romanian airports? Which are the key domestic carriers? Which two countries account for 40% of international traffic? How is Tarom coping against international competition? How is Romania’s own LCC developing?