Weekly New Route Awards | anna.aero
Czech Airlines makes Gothenburg its latest destination from Prague, served with six weekly flights using its ATR 72s.
Air Armenia begins twice-weekly service between Yerevan and Frankfurt with A320s.
It’s been a long time coming, but anna.aero’s ‘home airport’ of London Gatwick has finally won its first ever ‘Arch of Triumph’ weekly certificate. This week, four global airports, including another London airport, slug it out for the honours.
Emirates’ new Oslo 777-300 service joins existing Scandinavian flights to Copenhagen and Stockholm Arlanda. Brussels also linked to Dubai mega hub.
Alaska Airlines launches two new routes from Seattle-Tacoma, WA to Baltimore/Washington, MD and to Detroit, MI with daily flights, using 737-800s and 737-900s respectively.
Possibly the best winner’s photograph that anna.aero has received in the FTWA competition so far — Tokyo Narita’s firefighters pose proudly in all their cosmic gear along with their ‘Arch of Triumph’ winner’s certificate from last week.
Cebu Pacific Air grows long-haul routes with new Kuwait and Sydney services; already dominates Philippine domestic market
Cebu Pacific Air is extending its network reach to Australia and Kuwait. We reveal how rapidly the airline has grown in recent years and which are the airline’s biggest routes as measured by ASKs
bmi regional now connects Kalmar to Berlin Tegel and Gothenburg with six weekly and five weekly flights respectively, using its ERJ 135s.
Last month, this week’s winner – a major Asian airport – won its first weekly ‘Arch of Triumph’ title with this FTWA — the third lowest winning score of the year (22.8). This week it has scored over 10 more points to secure victory. But did the Japanese airport make it onto the overall leader board?
Air China connects Chengdu with new airport at Hongyuan using A319s.
YANAIR now connects Kiev Zhulyany to Tbilisi with twice-weekly operations, using its Saab 340s. Competes against Air Caucasus.
Frontier Airlines adds five routes from Washington Dulles, VA to Atlanta, GA, Charlotte Douglas, NC, Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN, Orlando, FL and Tampa, FL, using A320s and competing with Delta Air Lines, United Airlines and US Airways.