Air Service one Denmark Focus

Denmark’s aviation sector is poised for a complete recovery this summer following the pandemic, with the Nordic state to exceed its pre-Covid capacity during the second and third quarters, by 0.4%. As the 17th-largest market in Europe based on available seats, Denmark’s main hub of Copenhagen is buzzing with optimism after securing a number of […]

Athens focus

Long gone are the days of the economic and financial crises that gripped Greece 15 years ago, having had a significant impact on the country’s aviation and tourism sectors. Greece has rebounded strongly since and has emerged from the coronavirus pandemic as one of the strongest aviation markets in Europe. Athens International Airport (AIA) has […]

United Airlines Palma launch

The tourist mecca of Palma de Mallorca welcomed 31.1 million passengers last year, meaning it was comfortably Spain’s third-busiest airport. Traffic was nearly 5% higher than in 2019, double the recovery of the country generally. Gaining its first transatlantic service – United Airlines from Newark – in 2022 helped. Palma was Europe’s 15th busiest airport […]


Transavia France on Friday 5 April inaugurated operations between Montpellier and Istanbul IST, becoming the French airport’s furthermost destination. The 2,045-kilometre service will be maintained 2-weekly, on Mondays and Fridays, with the 737-800 aircraft. Transavia France faces no competition between the two cities. What they said Nicolas Henin, Chief Commercial Officer at Transavia France, said: […]

April 18, 2024 | Latest Route News +

Montpellier airport

Montpellier–Méditerranée Airport (MPL), located in Southern France, halfway between Provence and Catalonia, is set for a vibrant and busy summer season featuring new routes and expanded capacity amidst a challenging and competitive environment. The airport ended 2023 with a total of 1,747,000 travellers, reaching just over 90% of its 2019 pre-pandemic passenger levels. The solid […]