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Dublin - Sharm El Shake

Egypt is Europe’s fastest-growing large African market. There are three million departing seats this winter, according to Cirium schedules information data, 33% more than in W19 and the highest winter capacity yet. It is a continuation of a record-breaking summer. Six Egypt airports have 10,000+ Europe seats, four of which have seen big growth: Hurghada: […]

November 24, 2022 | Airports, Europe, News & Analysis, Top Story

MAD - SCU

Cuba has welcomed its latest route from Europe. On 11 November, Spain’s charter carrier Iberojet introduced a weekly operation from Madrid to Santiago de Cuba, the country’s second city. It joins Cubana on the 7,120-kilometre route. Six Cuban airports have European flights Six airports in Cuba have flights to Europe this winter, down from eight […]

November 23, 2022 | Airlines, Airports, News & Analysis

ORY - ESB

Air Service One has collected October passenger figures for almost 250 airports across Europe, including the vast majority of major airports. These can be found in our free to download EATS (European Airport Traffic Statistics) file on the Air Service One homepage. We have identified all major airports reporting over one million passengers in October […]

CFE - FEZ

Morocco has more European seats than any other African nation, heavily influenced by open skies with the EU, (U)LCC growth, the geographic proximity, Moroccan diaspora and growing tourism. If all country-to-continent markets are analysed, Morocco-Europe ranks 54th this winter, based on Cirium schedules information data. It has nearly as many winter seats as the UK […]

DUS - DSS

This winter, 49 African countries have non-stop or one-stop flights to European airports, based on Cirium schedules data information. When non-sub-Saharan states are removed, South Africa has more Europe capacity than any other. In seventh place is Senegal, with 651,000 two-way Europe seats, more than Nigeria. Senegal’s European capacity has risen by 10% versus W19, […]

MEL - DOH

In 2019 Melbourne Airport welcomed 37.1 million passengers, making it Australia’s second busiest airport after Sydney, which handled 44.4 million passengers. Rounding out the country’s top five airports were Brisbane (24.0 million), Perth (12.5 million) and Adelaide (8.5 million). Melbourne’s traffic mix was roughly 70% domestic (25.8 million) and 30% international (11.3 million). The airport […]

November 14, 2022 | Airports, News & Analysis