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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.
Routes Silk Road Report Back: Papers please!

Routes Silk Road Report Back: Papers please!

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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Wednesday, 27 April 2011 15:12

Swiss schedules

Swiss regional airline SkyWork is rolling out a network expansion – Richard Maslen speaks with its CEO, Tomislav Lang.

Published in Airlines
Wednesday, 27 April 2011 14:29

Big three

The three major Gulf carriers have announced a huge number of new routes and capacity increases into Europe for 2011. Adam Coulter finds out what is behind these moves.

Published in Airlines
Wednesday, 27 April 2011 14:05

Going off the rails?

High-speed rail projects are being prioritised across Europe – Chris Beanland looks at the effect they have on air traffic.

Published in More features
Wednesday, 27 April 2011 12:52

A320neo gathers momentum

The A320neo has attracted a record order from India’s low-cost IndiGo. Ian Putzger examines the argument for the new aircraft.

Published in Airlines
Wednesday, 27 April 2011 12:29

Opening time

Two new airports are due to open in Poland in the next two years. Tony Griffiths takes a closer look at the country’s air services market and where the opportunities lie.

Published in Tourism & Destinations
Wednesday, 27 April 2011 12:03

Expansion phase

Javier Suárez, Vueling’s senior manager network planning, talks to Routes News about the airline’s network strategy.

Published in Airlines
Wednesday, 27 April 2011 11:02

Sunny days ahead

Cagliari Airport has managed to achieve double-digit traffic growth despite the slowdown in Europe. Vincenzo Mareddu, spoke to Lucy Siebert about the success of its air service development strategy.

Published in Airport profiles
Wednesday, 27 April 2011 10:28

Authentic Italy

Alex Coxon discovers that Sardinia’s focus on its burgeoning adventure and food and wine tourism sectors is proving a hit with airlines and visitors alike.

Published in Tourism & Destinations
Wednesday, 27 April 2011 10:06

Airport one2one: Simon Miller

Name: Simon Miller  


Company: Berlin Airports


Designation: Senior consultant, airline marketing


Home town: Berlin, Germany

Published in Airport one2one
Wednesday, 27 April 2011 09:43

Airline one2one: Michael Klee

Name: Michael Klee

Company: Germanwings


Designation: Senior vice president commercial and network


Home town: Cologne, Germany

Published in Airline one2one
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