Articles Tagged ‘WMI’

Vote for the best Cake of the Week Part 2 - entries including Alitalia Prague to Milan Linate Ringo look-alike

Vote for the best Cake of the Week Part 2 – entries including Alitalia Prague to Milan Linate Ringo look-alike

Valencia Airport won the Cake of the Week Vote S14 Part 1 for Lufthansa’s Valencia to Frankfurt cake with a convincing win over the favourite – a Malta-London Gatwick cake for British Airways. There are 24 more cakes to choose from this week including an Alitalia Prague to Milan Linate cake which bears a striking […]

Poland’s airports break 25m for first time in 2013; Warsaw Chopin hits 10m mark

Poland’s airports break 25m for first time in 2013; Warsaw Chopin hits 10m mark

After last week’s Austrian market analysis, this week anna.aero takes a closer look at developments in Poland — interestingly both markets are about the same size with 25 million passengers. In Austria, the country’s main airport still dominates, but the story is different in Poland, where regional airports have prospered.

European airport traffic up just over 3% in 2013

European airport traffic up just over 3% in 2013

We have analysed our traffic and trends database for over 300 European airports to determine which were the fastest-growing airports in 2013, and also to see the growth (or otherwise) in passenger numbers across 43 countries in Europe (plus Morocco).


Ethiopian celebrates 55 years in Frankfurt; Modlin welcomes one millionth passenger; Brussels Airlines lands in Alicante

Ethiopian celebrates 55 years in Frankfurt; Modlin welcomes one millionth passenger; Brussels Airlines lands in Alicante

This week’s Network Planning Community News are dominated by the massive cake baked in Frankfurt to celebrate Ethiopian’s anniversary, but we also have news from Poland and Spain.

Aberdeen wins Cake prize; Sydney sports Route award; Darwin finds cake photos; Hainan marks five-year connection; Air Lituanica gets a new plane; Yunnan holds first conference; and Ryanair confirms its return to Modlin

Aberdeen wins Cake prize; Sydney sports Route award; Darwin finds cake photos; Hainan marks five-year connection; Air Lituanica gets a new plane; Yunnan holds first conference; and Ryanair confirms its return to Modlin

A busy week for Network Planning Community News, including some award winners showing-off their certificates, more cake and event photos from our peers from around the world.

Leak of the Week: Wizz Air to link Warsaw and Gdansk to Tel Aviv; Polish routes to Dubai World Central also planned

Leak of the Week: Wizz Air to link Warsaw and Gdansk to Tel Aviv; Polish routes to Dubai World Central also planned

Its back! anna.aero again brings you the latest route development rumours, and it is Wizz Air’s increasingly eastwards looking expansion plans that go back under the network planning microscope.


Wizz Air shrinking in Poland and Czech Republic, growing in Hungary, Macedonia, Romania, Serbia and Ukraine

Wizz Air shrinking in Poland and Czech Republic, growing in Hungary, Macedonia, Romania, Serbia and Ukraine

Wizz Air’s capacity is up 9% this summer, but 25 routes have left the network completely to help make room for over 60 new ones. A further 26 routes have relocated to nearby airports. Most of Wizz Air’s network growth is coming from markets where Ryanair does not have much of a presence, if any, […]

Düsseldorf Airport, Malta Airport, Warsaw Airport share big Euro ANNIE award for airline growth; Turkish airports also win big

Düsseldorf Airport, Malta Airport, Warsaw Airport share big Euro ANNIE award for airline growth; Turkish airports also win big

There’s no voting for these awards, it all boils down to cold, hard facts and figures. Yes, the Euro ANNIEs are back for their fourth annual outing, and there are some fascinating winners. Nine awards, 11 winners (we can explain), spread across eight different countries.

Brussels Charleroi passes the six-million threshold; Ryanair is the growth engine

Brussels Charleroi passes the six-million threshold; Ryanair is the growth engine

Charging an average of 20 euros less per passenger than its neighbours Brussels Airport and Liege airports, Brussels South Charleroi is an established low-cost facility. As the airport celebrates its seventh year of double-digit growth, is there life beyond Ryanair?


Movember at WestJet; Wizz Air carries 50 million passengers in eight years; Tiger Airways Australia turns five; Vilnius Airport welcomes its two millionth passenger; SCAT Air arrives in Kiev Boryspil

Movember at WestJet; Wizz Air carries 50 million passengers in eight years; Tiger Airways Australia turns five; Vilnius Airport welcomes its two millionth passenger; SCAT Air arrives in Kiev Boryspil

In this week’s portion of community news, we report from Vilnius, Warsaw Modlin, Kiev and sunny Australia. But most importantly, we showcase the spectacular moustache-growing effort from WestJet’s Chris Avery.

Ryanair launches 20 new routes, mostly to Eastern Europe

Ryanair launches 20 new routes, mostly to Eastern Europe

Ryanair now flies 20 new routes; adds five services to Vilnius.

Ryanair continues its Warsaw Modlin offensive with three more UK routes

Ryanair continues its Warsaw Modlin offensive with three more UK routes

Ryanair adds flights from Bristol, East Midlands and Glasgow Prestwick to its Warsaw Modlin offering.