Air Canada Montreal-

Air Canada is the fifth largest operator between North America and Europe in August 2023. According to Cirium schedules data, it has 304 weekly departing flights, surpassed only by United, Delta, American and British Airways. If lower-cost subsidiary Air Canada Rouge – which no longer operates long-haul – is included, Europe frequencies remain down by […]

Oslo - USA

Some 22 European countries have non-stop flights to the US in Q2 (April-June) of this year, according to Cirium schedules information data. Four of these are Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden in the Nordics. They collectively have 402,000 of the 12.1 million one-way seats – just 3%. Denmark ranks 12th out of the 22, Finland […]

SAS Flags

An airline undergoing much transformation, SAS is Europe’s eighth largest operator by flights in 1H 2023, based on Cirium schedules information. It is the leading airline serving Sweden and Denmark but is inevitably second to mainly domestic operator Widerøe in Norway. This regional carrier is synonymous with Dash 8s and short, multi-stop domestic services in […]

Norwegian at 20

Last week, on 1 September 2022, Norwegian celebrated its 20th anniversary as a scheduled airline. In those 20 years it has carried over 300 million passengers, developed and abandoned a long-haul, low-cost network from various European airports, set up operations in Argentina and come close to collapse as a result of COVID. However, latest traffic […]

September 9, 2022 | Airlines, Europe, News & Analysis, Top Story

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 […]

May 17, 2022 | Airports, Europe, News & Analysis

Copenhagen Team

Last time we met, things were looking extremely rosy — Denmark had removed all Covid restrictions and traffic was on the up. Everything was looking, well, if not quite golden, then at least silvery. And then Omicron hit. “It was a very unfortunate setback — everyone was concerned that we could be back to square one,” […]

February 22, 2022 | Airports, Europe, News & Analysis

Simon Nathan Copenhagen

“Here at Copenhagen, we saw a strong return of traffic over the summer, and this has continued to develop, suggesting that there’s a whole market rebound going on,” says Simon Nathan, Copenhagen’s Senior Manager, Commercial Strategy and Route Development. “We are now seeing good indications of this trend continuing over Christmas and into the back […]

November 16, 2021 | Airports, Europe