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In the run up to World Routes, Vueling announced that it will add a second route from Birmingham Airport – the UK’s third largest airport outside London, and the UK’s seventh largest overall – a three times weekly A321 service from Paris Orly, beginning on 3 November. “This is a great new route for Birmingham. […]

October 10, 2021 | Airports, Europe, News & Analysis

Billund World Routes

A post Covid-19 demand boom is happening in Billund. No, it’s not for plastic bricks from the nearby LEGOLAND resort, its coming from the city’s airport – the second largest in Denmark, handling 3.7 million passengers in 2019. “This year SWISS and Vueling have both started operations from Billund for the first time,” enthuses an […]

October 9, 2021 | Airports, Europe, News & Analysis


The traffic recovery is firmly on track in Athens, proving the resilience and attractiveness of the local market. “We are lucky to have experienced a fast and strong traffic recovery this summer, with 60% of 2019 passenger traffic returning,” explains Leonidas Raftopoulos, Senior Developer, Airline Development at Athens Airport. The airport handled over five million […]

KGS launch Liverpool

“We have service to several leisure orientated destinations in Europe. However, we still see significant levels of leakage to other UK airports,” comments Jonny Ford, Aviation Development Manager, Liverpool John Lennon Airport. “One example is Tenerife, where despite having two carriers serving the market, it is only capturing 15% of the primary catchment demand for […]

Italy welcomed almost 193 million passengers through its airports in 2019, making it Europe’s sixth busiest country for air traffic demand after the UK (300m), Spain (275m), Germany (248m), Turkey (209m) and France (201m). Last year traffic fell by 73% to just under 53m with pre-pandemic traffic in January and February accounting for 44% of […]

October 5, 2021 | Airlines, Airports, Europe, News & Analysis

World Routes 2021

With millions of jobs and national economies dependent on a strong restart of the air transport sector, World Routes will bring together decision-makers from airlines, airports, and tourism authorities in Milan this week (10-12 October) to rebuild global air connectivity. Now in its 26th year, World Routes has made a real impact on the world’s […]