TAROM

For a flag carrier, Romania’s TAROM is a particularly small one. According to Planespotters.net, it has just 18 aircraft, although only 12 are active when writing. It has six ATR 72s, four A318s, four 737-700s and four 737-800s. Examining Cirium schedules information shows that TAROM has an average of just 101 seats per departure in […]

Alice Spring adds Perth service for improved global connectivity

The Darwin-based regional carrier Airnorth introduced operations between Perth and Alice Springs on Monday March 25. The 1,980-kiilometre service will be maintained 3-weekly, on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, with the 76-seat E170 aircraft. Airnorth becomes the only airline connecting to two Australian cities. Flight TL361 departs Perth at 08:15 local time, arriving in Alice Springs […]

JetBlue JFK-CDG

New York JFK is famous for being by far the USA’s largest international gateway, for having the most foreign airlines, and for being the number one airport serving the nation’s largest population. Not helped by JetBlue’s ongoing woes and American’s cuts, the latest Cirium schedules data shows that JFK is the USA’s sixth-busiest airport in […]

Eurowings launch at Memmingen

Located about 110 kilometres from central Munich, Memmingen is known as a secondary airport for ULCC giants Ryanair and Wizz Air. However, its biggest claim to fame is that it is Germany’s fastest-growing airport. It welcomed 2.82 passengers in 2023, up significantly versus 2019. Memmingen ended 2023 as Germany’s 10th busiest airport. Ryanair and Wizz […]

Milan Bergamo Airport surpasses 15 million passengers and expands global connectivity

Milan Bergamo Airport has put together its largest summer network with a notable fifteen new routes being launched by seven different airlines spanning Europe and Africa. Along with strong growth in the number of flights on existing routes, Milan Bergamo Airport expects scheduled capacity to increase 8.4% year-on-year to a record 12.5 million seats during […]

AirAsia PER-CGK

Southeast Asia is a critical part of Australia’s international network. This is not just for onward connectivity to Europe, including the famous ‘kangaroo route’. Crucially, it is also for holidays for Australians, especially in Bali and Thailand, along with the growing diaspora from Southeast Asian countries, students (particularly from Vietnam and the Philippines) and more. […]

Air Service One Weekly News Round Up March 22

It was another fairly quiet week for new route launches in Europe and North America. Air Service One identified just 18 new routes across the two regions. These were [date of first flight, weekly frequency]: Advanced Air launched two intra-California routes from Crescent City to Oakland [17/3, daily] and Hawthorne[17/3, 2-weekly] using Dornier 328 Jets. […]

DL ATL-EDI

Edinburgh ended 2023 with about 14.4 million passengers, making it the UK’s sixth-busiest airport. While traffic was -2.3% below that of 2019, it was much better recovered than UK airports generally (-8.4%). Edinburgh has gained nine airlines since 2021 Examining Cirium schedules data shows that the Scottish capital has welcomed the following carriers since 2021, […]

AIlevon Pacific

Themes of the Week ·     Another market return for Delta in DTW… FWA is back! ·     Our next Airport Roundtable will be April 15-17 and hosted by SDF. American, Alaska, Southwest, and Sun Country have already confirmed their attendance, and you can find more information and register here. Capacity Update Alaska decreased its October through […]