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Routes News 2014 Issue 5

Routes News 2014 Issue 5

Routes News reflects on busy times for the aviation industry and looks forward to World Routes in Chicago. The issue also includes ACI's Angela Gittens, and interview with Ferrovial's Jorge Gil…
Ryanair adds nine new routes to Dublin winter schedule

Ryanair adds nine new routes to Dublin winter schedule

Low-cost carrier Ryanair has launched a new three-daily Dublin-Brussels Zaventem route as part of an extended Dublin winter 2014 schedule.
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In an engaging and often humorous session, at Routes Silk Road, international travel journalist, John Bell, chaired a discussion on how governments influence tourism.   
Qantas upgrades services to the Americas

Qantas upgrades services to the Americas

Qantas has boosted its schedule to the US and will now offer passengers from Sydney the choice of morning, afternoon and early evening flights, as well as new three-times-weekly evening services from Melbourne…
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Routes News 2012 Issue 3

Interviewed: Turkish Airlines’ Temel Kotil & the EC’s Siim Kallas
Features: Euro 2012 roundup and cruise liners
Special reports: Slot reform & LCCs
Destination report: New York
Plus: Highlights from Routes Asia

Published in Magazine
Wednesday, 29 April 2009 15:36

View from the top: Ulrich Schulte-Strathaus

 

The Association of European Airlines’ secretary general, Ulrich Schulte-Strathaus, shares his views.

Published in View from the top
Wednesday, 29 April 2009 15:36

Redrawing the map

 

Europe’s airline and airport map is undergoing a radical transformation thanks to the rise of the mega-carrier, writes Lars Draagen.

Published in Airlines
Wednesday, 29 April 2009 15:36

The European majors

 

James Halstead looks at the recent consolidation activity taking place within the big European airline groupings.

Published in Airlines
Wednesday, 29 April 2009 15:36

Healthy Helsinki

 

New health and wellness facilities at Finland’s main gateway will set it apart from other European hubs, writes Alex Coxon.

Published in More features
Wednesday, 29 April 2009 15:36

Decline and fall

 

Alitalia’s downsizing offers its rivals in Italy huge opportunities to expand, writes Oliver Clark.

Published in Airlines
Wednesday, 29 April 2009 15:36

Cultural capital

 

Chris Beanland travels to Turkey to find out why it is tipped to be one of 2009’s top performing destinations.

Published in Tourism & Destinations
Wednesday, 29 April 2009 15:36

Frozen assets

 

Jessica Twentyman reports on what Iceland’s dramatic financial implosion means for Keflavik Airport.

Published in Airport profiles
Wednesday, 29 April 2009 15:36

India calling

 

Lucy Siebert caught up with Ryanair’s Bernard Berger as he prepared for new challenges in India’s airport industry.

Published in Airlines
Wednesday, 29 April 2009 15:36

Wild thing

 

Located on the doorstep of a world famous game park, South Africa’s most unique airport is on the hunt for more flights. Lucy Siebert reports.

Published in Tourism & Destinations
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