Have a play around EZY's investor presentations: they are a wealth of information and knowledge across all aspects of its business. For example, it seeks to be the #1 or #2 airline at all the primary airports its serves as detailed on slides 22 and 23 here: http://corporate.easyjet.com/~/media/Files...Jump to post
It's interesting how each airline has more or less taken over one airport: [email protected], [email protected], [email protected], [email protected] and [email protected]. BA is far bigger at LCY than Flybe... As I've already pointed out and clearly remarked upon in my post earlier in this thread! BACF 35 destinat...Jump to post
Have a look here: https://www.london-luton.co.uk/corporat ... statistics
Not broken down by airline but easy to piece together from pax.
Blerg wrote:I tried looking online but I couldn't find a link with the number of frequencies being added to these destinations. Does anyone know where I can find them?
I know London has quite a few of those flights but mostly in summer for beach destinations in Greece or Cyprus. Are those new flights year-round? Landing in Ukraine or Moldova at 4 AM in the middle of the winter must be a nice experience :) The overwhelming number of pax on those will be Ukrainians...Jump to post
EZY is very large at LTN, so it's not really fair to say it is a W6 airport.
BA CF is also the dominant airline at LCY.
Typically, those with lower incomes who still need or want to travel will trade down, so ULCCs - and LCCs - are in a pretty good position.Jump to post
Almost 1 million intl tourists visited Western Australia in the 12 months to June 2018. Of these, the UK was the largest single market with around 160,000. The US had 8%, so almost 80,000 visitors. But it is exceptionally easier and more economic to fly via somewhere (especially SYD, MEL, or BNE). S...Jump to post
8herveg wrote:[email protected] wrote:Undoubtedly far fewer tourists
Is Tobago the notoriously more tourist/beachy island then? (Asking as I genuinely don’t know).
BA fly to both so thought VS would.
FatCat wrote:I don't see how Krakow-Catania could possibly work, but ok...
airzona11 wrote:That is so many planes, so many seats, mind-boggling. A321s great CASM LCC planes, but that is still such an exponential rise in ASMs.
They're also improving utilization of their aircrafts. Aircrafts that arrive in LHR/MXP/OSL on overnight flights from ADD and due to spend all day before returning back to ADD in the evening will now return back to ADD via ASM during the daytime. The new flights routed to LHR/MXP/OSL via ASM during...Jump to post
They already do lots of connections so would for this too.Jump to post
a350lover wrote:Ryanair will launch Bilbao from Luton as well next S19. That'll be the return of FR to Bilbao, a strong legacy-airline airport in North Spain. Stansted is quite crowded, and Luton, as others said, is not anymore the quite horrible place it used to be.
Are you not aware of the £180 million that's recently been spent on expanding LTN's infrastructure? Nope, hence the question. What is being expanded, the terminal or the parking positions as well? A lot has been going on at LTN airport over the last five years and it's more or less totally transfor...Jump to post
http://www.ruv.is/frett/wow-aflysir-flugi-a-thrja-afangastadi-i-vetur Announced today: WOW air dropping Stockholm, Edinburgh and San Francisco on Nov. 5th. According to their PR spin this is due to late A330neo... Believe what you want. SFO is the only A330 destination of those 3. And India flight ...Jump to post
StTim wrote:Yes the subsidy by local authorities offered to Ryanair to use their airport are obscene
Shame to see the base close but pleased to see they haven't abandoned the airport, didn't think the Luton route would be going anywhere anyway, it's way too popular. I really like Wizz Air, it's incredibly cheap and even more so when you're in the discount club, baggage rules are quite relaxed, the...Jump to post
Had a tour and presentation there last year!Jump to post
I loved my HSR trip from Shanghai to Beijing! Would happily try a long distance one from Hong Kong.Jump to post
78,340 flew LHR-DXB-BWN and back in 2017, whether they comtinued on or not.Source: CAAJump to post
DXB is number 18 per their methodology.Jump to post
I can also see them grow somewhat on destinations that have pretty liberal bilaterals with the EU like they're currently doing in Israel and Jordan. They also got limited presence in Turkey already and I can see them grow there somewhat. Egypt could be their next destination, or maybe Cape Verde. A...Jump to post
I realise my comment may not be that welcome to Exeter airport fans but it does strike me as Ryanair getting near to the bottom of the barrel. Whilst I don't want to derail this thread I wonder what this says about the ability of Ryanair to grow much further. I should point out that my parents have...Jump to post
I don't have the numbers, and I didn't mean to say there was no O/D demand. What I was trying to say was that the O/D demand is so much less than the connecting demand that locals have to deal with inconvenient schedules. And yes, when I was talking about inconvenient times for local connections. I...Jump to post
Just to further the point. The banks at the ME3 are around 2AM to show how little O/D demand is. It works out that a lot of the time, people flying locally just have to deal with getting to the airport at 1AM because so much more of the demand is sixth freedom flying. Even works that way for some c...Jump to post
Ew no thanks, I’ll fly a real airline . Ok, I’m in a mood today as Mrs VS. is in surgery so I will bite. What by your standards constitutes a real airline? Essentially all airlines are the same, they all take you from A to B 99% of the time (cue B6 OTP complaints) , you pick the flight time you wan...Jump to post
MaverickM11 wrote:ShinyAndChrome wrote:If he's interested in something with a stable and sustainable ROI, he shouldn't have been looking at getting into the domestic Indian market in the first place.
AAB worrying about an airline making money is a bit rich
Mainly b/c Ethiopian gov't never meddled in the affair of ET, and never use ET as a "job program" or give out management jobs based on "who you know" (i.e. nepotism) rather than actual qualification, all these with ET 100% own by the gov't of Ethiopia. That all sounds great, but...Jump to post
If I had to guess, nobody from Japan wants to go to Africa? I mean it's no secret that they aren't fond of us people of darker persuasion. Unfortunately, that's been my experience as well. Anecdotal, but more common than a lot of people might like to admit; there's no surprise if it reflects in the...Jump to post
Obviously not Japanese airlines, but I think it should be remembered that African airlines serve Japan, e.g. Egyptian nonstop CAI-NRT and Ethiopian ADD-ICN-NRT.
Japanese airlines undoubtedly also have much higher costs than MS/ET, so further challenging the case for them.
Probably because, as remains to this day, its core markets are high frequency services to/from Oslo. For example, BGO-OSL about 14 daily, TRD-OSL about 12 daily, and SVG about 11 daily (all rounded). Shuttle tends to denote high frequency operations.Jump to post
FRA has a metro area of almost 6 million people. More than this, "about 38 million people live within a radius of 200 kilometers. Frankfurt’s catchment area is therefore more populous than that of London, Paris, Amsterdam, or Madrid." And with attractive promotional and average fares, peop...Jump to post