Articles Tagged ‘Zagreb’
United Express begins two routes, Aer Lingus Regional’s final pieces of its Belfast City puzzle, Jazeera Airways becomes the only carrier to Dhaka, + more.
Windrose began Kiev Borispol – Zagreb on 4 October, the first time in three decades that the two have been linked non-stop.
TAP Air Portugal will now serve 12 airports in Spain, including three in the Canaries, as its Africa network – with 9% of seats – sees two new routes.
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?
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.
Delta ramps up Raleigh-Durham; CSA Czech Airlines prunes Prague and pulls out of UK; Ryanair’s ‘Best’ no longer acceptable; Zagreb announces expansion plans
Delta takes on Southwest from Raleigh-Durham, CSA Czech Airlines abandons UK market, Ryanair says farewell to Belfast and Zagreb looks at providing capacity for future growth.
Non-EU Croatia seeing growth from Europe’s major LCCs; easyJet, germanwings, Norwegian and Ryanair all expanding
Europe’s major LCCs are making in-roads into the Croatian market. Which are the country’s busiest airports and which have been growing fastest? Which are the leading country markets and are there any non-European services?
Zagreb Airport maintains double-digit growth for 4th straight year; Spanish services start this summer
Croatia’s busiest airport continues to show robust growth thanks to growth by its national airline. Germany is the leading country market and LCCs are represented by Germanwings and Wizz Air. Several new routes start this summer including two to Spain
Croatia Airlines recently celebrated 15 years of international air travel. Though not yet a member of the EU traffic is growing and its claim to be ‘The Mediterranean as it once was’ is attracting increasing visitor numbers, especially from Germany. Seasonality profiles differ significantly for Zagreb and the seaside resorts. We take a closer look.