Weekly New Route Awards | anna.aero
Hawaiian Airlines initiates a five times weekly service between Honolulu and Boston.
Vote for your favourite Cake of the Week – S19 Part I – 25 fantastic route launch showstoppers to choose from!!
The S19 season was launched on 31 March, and anna.aero is letting the reader be the judge of the much anticipated anna.aero Cake of the Week competition. Having been inundated with 25 route launch masterpieces, take a look through and choose your favourite to make sure it secures the prestigious title!
Flybe launches its third and fourth routes to Europe’s busiest airport, advancing UK regional connectivity.
It’s has taken till just before the start of the S19 season, but Europe has finally earned its first weekly Arch of Triumph victory for the year. Not only has this feat been achieved, but the continent has flown straight to the top of the overall leaderboard in impressive style with a milestone route launch. See more here.
Loganair replaces bmi regional on key services – also launches new German link from Glasgow.
IndiGo launches its first flights to Europe with new service linking Delhi with Istanbul Atatürk.
In this week’s Arch of Triumph competition, four airports compete to be crowned the weekly winner. With two airports each from Europe and Asia, all of which greeted new low-cost services on single-aisle aircraft, it’s a hot battle to see which airport has taken the title given the similar characteristics of the routes.
Southwest Airlines launches flights between Oakland and Honolulu – adds another eight routes too.
Pobeda launches a three times weekly operation between Moscow Vnukovo and Ostend.
American Airlines adds flights to Augusta, Bakersfield, Gainesville, Harlingen and Yuma from the hub.
Alaska Airlines begins its first three routes from Everett Paine Field to Las Vegas, Phoenix and Portland.
The 2019 Arch of Triumph competition has entered its third week and it’s a hat-trick of wins for Asian airports! This is the first week of the 2019 competition in which the anna.aero judges have received entries from Europe and North America, but it wasn’t enough to stop another Asian airport taking home the crown.