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Copenhagen Routes Europe 2022

Like the rest of the aviation world, CPH has experienced some tough times in the past couple of years!  Thankfully, things are now looking increasingly positive! In S22 we are expecting to see around 83% of S19 seats on sale states Simon Nathan, Senior Manager Commercial Strategy, and Route Development. Our recovery is hand in […]

Brussels Airport

New airlines, new destinations and pent-up demand for travel will see Brussels Airport (BRU) return to its pre-pandemic form in 2022. From this summer, BRU will be connected to 185 destinations, via 60 passenger airlines. That’s just shy of the 200 destinations it served before Covid. Helping drive the revival is Air Belgium, which introduced […]


Strong Traffic performance During the very challenging second year of the pandemic in 2021, Athens International Airport handled over 12 million passengers exceeding the respective 2020 levels by 52.8%, but lagging behind by 51.7% compared to 2019. Traffic remained at low levels in the 1st half of the year, due to ongoing travel restrictions and […]

May 16, 2022 | Airports, Europe, News & Analysis

WestJet at ADR

Rome – the Eternal City – rises once again, with traffic at Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport (FCO) set to surpass pre-pandemic levels this summer. Improved intercontinental connectivity is helping fuel the revival. From June, Qantas will link continental Europe with Australia for the first time with a non-stop flight between Rome and Perth, continuing to Sydney. […]

Bordeaux Airport Logo

The summer season has got off to a flying start at Bordeaux Airport (BOD). Its latest flight schedule reveals 123 direct routes – including 13 new ones – which is an increase of more than 20% compared to 2021. “Among the novelties, our passengers will have the pleasure of discovering Florence, Zadar, Pisa, Trapani, Santiago […]

Corendon at Billund Airport

Billund Airport (BLL) has already clawed back traffic lost during the pandemic and expects to set a new record for passenger numbers this summer. The airport, which saw 3.7 million people pass through its terminals in 2019, hit an all-time passenger record for April 2022! “The West Danish sky is heavy with wanderlust and most households […]


The Mediterranean city is this year’s World Design and European Smart Tourism Capital! Miguel Angel Pérez, Brand & Markets Director at Visit Valencia, explains to Air Service One, why 2022 is the year of Valencia or as their new claim, why “Valencia is now”. Pérez explains “we had very tough recent years (as did every […]