Weekly New Route Awards | anna.aero
Pegasus Airlines starts services to its 21st European capital city.
Etihad Airways makes Rome Fiumicino its second Italian destination and Perth its fourth point in Australia.
Until this week, Cambridge was the only airport to have won more than one ‘Arch of Triumph’ award so far in 2014. However this week another European airport has joined this elite club — find out which capital city airport it is inside.
Volaris expands presence at Denver, CO with weekly flights from Chihuahua, using its A320s.
From feast to famine. Having received a record-breaking 21 FTWAs last week, we are instantly brought down to earth with just a solitary effort for 23rd week of the ‘Arch of Triumph’ competition.
Flybe starts route #7 from London Southend, having started Antwerp and Caen last week.
Avianca resumes operations from Bogota to London Heathrow with four weekly flights, using its A330-200s.
Included in this week’s bumper offering of 21 FTWAs are five from airports welcoming TAP Portugal, plus two, four tender FTWAs. It is also includes the first ever effort from one of the world’s most significant airports – London Heathrow – which might be an airport global leader, but how will it match up in terms of providing a world-beating FTWA like that provided by last week’s winners Frankfurt Airport?
anna.aero baked a cake for the launch of all three Norwegian’s 787 operations from London Gatwick to New York JFK, Fort Lauderdale and Los Angeles.
China Eastern Airlines starts thrice-weekly service from Shanghai to Toronto competing with Air Canada.
Thomas Cook Airlines Belgium added three new routes from Brussels to Ajaccio and Bastia in France and Split in Croatia with weekly and twice-weekly flights respectively.
This week we have FTWAs from six airports around the world, including Toronto Pearson, Moscow Sheremetyevo and Manchester – find out here whether any of these big-hitting airports have the firefighters to match their global profile.