Articles Tagged ‘ZAG’
This week we let the boss out on a day trip to Istanbul’s Sabiha Gökçen Airport to cover the inaugural flight by Qatar Airways from Doha. Inevitably, he managed to get out onto the airfield to share in the ‘Arch of Triumph’ moment.
The EU’s latest recruit is Croatia, becoming the 28th member on 1 July after nearly a 10-year wait. Despite five years of recession and over one in five being unemployed in the country, there is still optimism for growth across the country’s main airports. anna.aero delves deep into the reasons for this increased demand.
As Croatia readies up for the EU accession, its flag carrier prepares for a busy summer with six new routes in the pipeline, as it struggles to recover financially.
British Airways returns to Leeds Bradford after over three decades; adds short-haul services to Rotterdam and Zagreb
British Airways launches flights from London Heathrow to Leeds Bradford.
SkyWork launches services on the route from Bern to Zagreb in Croatia.
Croatia’s summer traffic is booming in Dubrovnik, Pula, Split and Zadar; Zagreb welcomed Qatar Airways in May
Croatia may not yet be a part of the EU but it has seen rapid demand growth in recent years driven by Europe’s leading LCCs. But which carriers have grown their capacity most since the summer of 2010? And which country markets have seen the biggest growth in the last two years?
Vueling has launched 21 new routes from its bases across Spain and from Paris Orly.
Lufthansa expands in Berlin, launching 21 new routes from Berlin Tegel Airport.
Qatar Airways now flies to Zagreb Airport in Croatia from its Doha hub, via Budapest.
Croatia Airlines relaunches Zagreb to Athens.
In conversation with anna.aero, Zagreb Airport’s Tonci Peovic explained his high hopes that the Aéroports de Paris-led consortium behind Zagreb’s future will see low cost, national carrier and other-carrier all developing routes in harmony.
Qatar Airways set to overtake Emirates in terms of network spread; seven more destinations outlined for 2012
Qatar Airways may always have to operate in Emirates’ giant shadow, but in terms of destinations served the Doha-based carrier is apparently determined to beat its Dubai-based rival. Which seven new destinations has the airline announced this week and which major carriers already operate services to these airports?