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Situated in north-west Romania, close to the border with Hungary, Oradea International Airport handled over 220,00 passengers in 2018, its busiest year to date. However, passenger numbers fell to just 96,000 in 2019 as Ryanair, which had started serving the airport in March 2017, suspended services on four routes in October 2018. In addition, Blue […]

July 8, 2021 | Latest Route News +

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Lübeck Airport (IATA code LBC) in northern Germany lies eight kilometres south of the city of Lübeck and around 55 kilometres north-east of Hamburg. Back in the early 2000s the airport was used by Ryanair and then Wizz Air as an alternative for serving Hamburg, Europe’s biggest city that is not a capital. Between 2003 […]

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Brussels South Charleroi Airport celebrated the arrival of its 10th airline on Tuesday 29 June, when Eurowings began a weekly service from Pristina in Kosovo using an A319 (registration D-ABHN). The Belgian airport has been synonymous for many years with Ryanair, as the Irish carrier made Charleroi a base as long ago as 2001. Since […]

July 2, 2021 | Latest Route News +

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On Monday 28 June, Air Dolomiti began 3-weekly (Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays) service between Munich and Cuneo. The 530-kilometre route will be flown by E195s belonging to the Lufthansa Group subsidiary. Located in north-west Italy, Cuneo Airport lies around 20 kilometres north of the city of Cuneo and around 60 kilometres south of the major […]

HEL new routes W21

Ryanair announced on Wednesday 23 June that it would start regular services to Helsinki starting this winter from eight of its bases. The Finnish capital has not previously featured in the Irish ULCC’s list of destinations, though its Austrian subsidiary Laudamotion operated flights briefly from Vienna last summer. The airport will not be a base, […]

June 24, 2021 | Airlines, Airports, Europe, Top Story

Copenhagen Airport Love

Simon Nathan, Senior Manager, Commercial Strategy and Route Development at Copenhagen Airport (CPH), updates Air Service One on the airport’s route development strategy and how it is working with its airline partners to help stimulate travel demand. This may sound strange for a Route Development department, but a lot of routes we had been working […]

June 15, 2021 | Airports, Europe