ACI-NA JUMPSTART 2024

ACI-NA’s 2024 JumpStart Conference will take place in Washington DC from May 20 – 22, bringing together decision makers from the world’s leading airlines and over 200 airports to grow air services and expand global economic growth. The premier three-day air service development conference is hosted by Washington Dulles International Airport in partnership with Destination […]

April 11, 2024 | Air Service Community News

JetBlue has removed 25 airports since 2019, with eight leaving in 2024

All airlines remove airports from their network, whether because of underperformance, a negotiating stance over fees/charges, competition, an inability to expand, better opportunities with its limited resources, and more. JetBlue is no exception, and not just because of its continuing troubles. These include the end of the Northeast Alliance with American, calling off its proposed […]

Leading airlines on intercontinental long-haul routes from Europe revealed

Europe is blessed with many non-stop flights to Africa, Asia, the Middle East, North and South America. Most of these are, not surprisingly, long-haul flights (defined here as those over 4,000 kilometres). This analysis of Cirium schedules data focuses on these intercontinental, long-haul routes and how this summer compares with last summer (August 2024 versus […]

New routes, frequency growth and the arrival of new airlines on the cards for Münster/Osnabrück in 2024

In the picturesque northwest of Germany close to the Dutch border, Münster/Osnabrück Airport (FMO) has emerged as a standout success in the country’s aviation sector in 2023, which is still navigating the challenges in the aftermath of the Covid-19 global health emergency. With its strategic location and a commitment to innovation, FMO matched pre-pandemic passenger […]

14 NEW ROUTES

According to our diligent research over the course of 2023, Air Service One estimates that airlines last year launched over 1,400 new routes involving at least one European airport. This is over 20% down compared with 2022 when we identified over 1,800 new European routes. Again, it should be noted that following Russia’s invasion of […]

January 19, 2024 | Airlines, Europe, News & Analysis, Top Story

US-EUROPE

Some 56 airports in Europe will have scheduled non-stop flights to the US in 2024, based on Cirium schedules information. This is the case whether they are year-round or seasonal. But what of Europe’s busiest airports without US service? Some airports have never had them, while others have lost them. Some are surprising but others […]

Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport is making headlines with its innovative and sustainable strides in the aviation industry. In the spirit of passenger-focused excellence, the airport has embarked on a transformative journey, creating an experience that is enjoyable and eco-conscious. Dublin Airport has taken a bold step forward with the launch of “Dublin Town To Go,” a checkout-free […]

November 8, 2023 | Air Service Community News

Juraj Toth

The largest city and economic centre of eastern Slovakia, Košice is the country’s second most populous city. Air Service One caught up with Juraj Toth, the airport’s Aviation & Business Development Manager, to talk about the recovery, carriers and network, and future development. Hopes for a record passenger volume this year Košice handed approximately 517,000 […]

November 2, 2023 | Airports, Europe, News & Analysis, Top Story

JFK-CDG

Paris CDG was crowned the overall winner of the Routes Awards 2023, while also winning the over 20 million passengers airport award. Many congratulations! The airport says it added 71 ‘new’ routes and 23 ‘new’ destinations last year, a phenomenal achievement. According to data collected by Air Service One, CDG had 6.52 million passengers in […]

Sun Country, Avianca, Viva Aerobus

Oakland is a busy airport serving the highly populous and vibrant San Francisco Bay area. It welcomed nearly 7.5 million passengers in the first eight months of 2023, according to the airport’s own statistics. While that was down by about 16% versus the same period in 2019, it was up by only 3% versus 2022 because […]