SkyAlps

SkyAlps is an Italian regional airline (IATA code: BQ). According to Planespotters.net, it has 11 Dash 8-Q400s. Seven aircraft are operational, all with a Maltese registration. The remaining four aircraft, which have Slovakian registrations, are parked in Slovakia ahead of delivery. SkyAlps’ Q400s are a good choice of aircraft for different reasons, including speed, range […]

Eurowings Milan Bergamo to Hannover

Milan Bergamo Airport is expanding its German network this summer with a total of 46-weekly flights to eight destinations as Eurowings becoming the latest airline to add new service to Italy’s third-busiest airport. The LCC inaugurated 2-weeklly flights between Hannover and Milan Bergamo on 6 May, operating on Mondays and Fridays, increasing to 4-weekly on […]

The Irish capital is Europe’s 13th busiest airport in S24 by available departing seats, according to Cirium schedules information. It has just over 13 million, up slightly on S23 and 5% above S19. Dublin has 180 non-stop destinations this summer. While its network is down compared to last summer, it is nonetheless significant. Dublin has […]

TRS Munich

Nearly 50 Norwegian airports handle scheduled passenger flights, many serving small communities inaccessible or at least challenging to reach with another transport mode. The country’s third-busiest airport is Trondheim. According to Avinor, it had just over four million passengers last year, about 6% more than in 2022 but still down by 9% versus the record […]

Norwegian OSL-SKP

Norwegian has undergone considerable changes in the past few years. Among many other things, it withdrew all its Boeing 787s, leaving a narrowbody-only fleet. It ended long-haul flying, focusing instead on its core short-haul Nordics markets. It closed many different AOCs and units, including Norwegian Air Argentina. Most recently, it acquired the regional Norwegian carrier […]

Amsterdam Schiphol Airport

Transavia is the second-largest airline serving the Netherlands by available seats this summer. It operates from Amsterdam, Eindhoven and Rotterdam. Since 2022, the Dutch LCC, which focuses on leisure and VFR markets, has also operated from Belgium’s capital, Brussels. (This article does not examine Transavia France.) Transavia has 13% of the Netherlands’ total capacity, increased […]

MLA - VIE

Situated between Sicily and Libya, Malta remains a very popular destination, especially for inbound tourism. According to the airport’s own data, the airport welcomed about 7.8 million passengers in 2023, well and truly above the 2019 level. The arrival of Tunisair Express in 2020, Air France in 2021 and Eurowings in 2023 all contributed. However, […]

Located in southern Poland, Kraków welcomed a record 9.4 million passengers in 2023, cementing its position as the country’s second-busiest airport. Famed for being a big inbound tourist market and the country’s Poland’s second most populous city, Kraków gained an additional million passengers versus 2019. Eight airlines were added in two years Analysing Cirium schedules […]