Air Service one Denmark Focus

Denmark’s aviation sector is poised for a complete recovery this summer following the pandemic, with the Nordic state to exceed its pre-Covid capacity during the second and third quarters, by 0.4%. As the 17th-largest market in Europe based on available seats, Denmark’s main hub of Copenhagen is buzzing with optimism after securing a number of […]

Athens focus

Long gone are the days of the economic and financial crises that gripped Greece 15 years ago, having had a significant impact on the country’s aviation and tourism sectors. Greece has rebounded strongly since and has emerged from the coronavirus pandemic as one of the strongest aviation markets in Europe. Athens International Airport (AIA) has […]

Tirana Air Service with Wizz Air

Albania has emerged as Europe’s fastest growing aviation market with passenger numbers at its gateway in the capital of Tirana more than doubling compared to the pre-pandemic 2019. The country’s thriving tourism industry, a new airport operator and an ensuing battle between ULCC juggernauts, have secured the country’s position as star performer in the European […]

October 23, 2023 | Airlines, Airports, Europe, News & Analysis

European Trends 2023

European airlines and airports have struck a cautious tone about travel demand this winter season (29 October 2023 – 30 March 2024) amid uncertainty in the wider economy, geopolitics and supply chain issues causing operational headaches. Analysis of capacity data provided by airlines to Cirium shows that Europe has 383.3 million available seats in Q4, […]

October 9, 2023 | Airlines, Airports, Europe, News & Analysis

AIlevon Pacific

Themes of the Week United reduced China capacity significantly through December OGG capacity cuts continued this week with Southwest reducing capacity Delta upgauged regional markets in MSP and SLC Frontier extended their schedule Red Way is going away Porter is saying bonjour to Florida   Multiple Property Study and Why Airlines Love Them! Ailevon Pacific […]