Weekly New Route Awards | anna.aero
Etihad Airways begins a three times weekly service from its UAE capital hub to Baku.
Norwegian has now gone long-haul from Paris Orly by opening a connection to New York Newark.
The Middle East has become the fifth global region to scoop a weekly win in 2018, joining Asia, Australasia, North and South America. Find out which of the region’s global mega hubs has been the first to fly the Arch of Triumph winner’s flag.
Air Canada Rouge begins a three times weekly link between Montreal and the Arizona hub.
Air India begins twice-weekly service from Amritsar to Birmingham – its second route to the UK airport.
While we love to receive inside-aircraft FTWA images, the anna.aero judges are traditionalists and do prefer their water arches captured outside the inaugural aircraft. See how the external FTWA from this route launch performs against the other three entries from around the world we have received this week.
Norwegian launches the UK’s first low-cost long-haul service to Argentina.
Pobeda launches three cross-border routes and one domestic sector.
Week six of anna.aero’s Arch of Triumph competition welcomed entries from Argentina, Australia and Malaysia. Antipodean airports continued their strong start to the season, claiming a third victory, meaning they now account for half of all winning entries so far this year. Take a look to see why this winning run continued.
interCaribbean Airways introduces link from Tortola to St. Maarten.
Norwegian enters Eternal City to Bay Area market.
With Europe still in a deep freeze this winter when its comes to Arch of Triumph entries and also wins, the rest of the world’s airports are happily filling the first flight marketing void. Find out which one of three global entries takes home this week’s prize.