Articles Tagged ‘ZIA’
Amongst this week’s new airline routes launched, FlyArystan adds its first international service to Moscow, and Jetstar adds Seoul from Gold Coast.
FlyArystan adds Zhukovsky route; all four Moscow airports now served from Tirana.
Since 2009, seats at Moscow’s airports grew from 52 to 120 million. In the past five years, they’ve grown by 28 million. Sheremetyevo was mainly responsible.
Kazakhstan’s first LCC, FlyArystan, has begun its first international route. FlyArystan’s the first LCC in Central Asia and has 40% lower costs than parent.
Melbourne Airport joins Sydney, Brisbane and Gold Coast to become Australia’s fourth-ever winner of the Arch of Triumph competition. Four airports from Europe battle it out for inaugural flight marketing glory this week.
Ural Airlines launches the delayed service to Rome Fiumicino.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, WestJet announces that it is to begin direct flights to Denver from Calgary, while Bourgas Airport in Bulgaria welcomes its two-millionth passenger of the year so far. More news also from Moscow Zhukovsky and Shenzhen airports.
Ural Airlines adds the Georgian capital of Tbilisi to its route network from the Russian capital airport.
Three airports from three separate continents have sent in entries for this week’s battle to claim the Arch of Triumph crown. But has either Cebu, Moscow Zhukovsky or Toronto Pearson done enough to break into the top 10 leaderboard?
Pegas Fly begins a three times weekly service between the capitals of Russia and Azerbaijan.
SunExpress start services to Austria, Germany and Russia.
Its an intense week of FTWA competition this week, with three airports scoring high enough to secure a slot on the 2017 Arch of Triumph leader board. But only the best has made it on there…find out here who has beaten 13 other airports from around the world this week.