Weekly New Route Awards | anna.aero
interCaribbean Airways links Montego Bay with Kingston. Competes with Caribbean Airlines on the 140-kilometre route.
transavia.com starts two routes from Amsterdam and another one from Eindhoven with thrice-weekly flights, using a mixed fleet of its 737-700s and 737-800s.
Last week, Bucharest Airport blasted its way to victory in the second public vote for the ‘Arch of Triumph’ when it welcomed Ryanair’s new four times weekly service from Dublin. Business as usual this week, with the so-called anna.aero ‘experts’ undertaking the scoring and FTWA critique.
Find out which airport left the competition drenched in the public vote for S14 week two ‘Arch of Triumph’
The second week of public voting for the ‘Arch of Triumph’ S14 week two ends in a landslide win. See which fire department blew the competition out of the water.
LinksAir begins flights to Belfast City and Isle of Man from Doncaster Sheffield.
flynas bolsters its fledgling long-haul, low-cost network with Karachi and London Gatwick services.
Qatar Airways began daily flights from Doha to Pennsylvania on 2 April using its long-range 777s.
Ryanair opens a new base in Athens and adds most new routes in Greece, Ireland, Italy and the UK.
Find out which airport was the winner of the world’s first ever FTWA vote; S14 Week two ‘Arch of Triumph’ vote inside
Early this year, anna.aero’s Editor Marc Watkins visited Budapest Airport and did some on-site Fire Truck Water Arch training for some of the airport’s fire crews. See inside whether his ‘Arch of Triumph’ theory was used in practice to deliver victory in the Week One S14 vote!!
The start of the S14 season sees a lot of the world’s airports going the extra mile in terms of new route marketing — and that means lots of fire truck water arches (FTWA). This week, we give you, the reader, the chance to select the best of the 21 FTWAs we have been sent.
Lufthansa joins Star Alliance partner at Haneda, adds daily Frankfurt-Valencia service with A320s.
All Nippon Airways adds seven new destinations across three continents from Tokyo Haneda Airport.