The last few days have been big ones for route launches in Europe with a number of airports announcing new services.
Lufthansa announced plans to station five Airbus A380 widebody aircraft at its Munich hub in the summer of next year.
Dublin Airport is now one Europe’s leading airports for both direct connectivity and hub connectivity, according to a major new aviation study.
Charlotte Douglas International Airport expects to record a slight dip in passenger traffic in 2016, but believes that a 7% rise in travellers beginning their journey at the North Carolina gateway and a rising route network ensure that it was still a good year.
No, you are not looking at the latest Abba tribute band, but some enthusiastic locals celebrating the news that Shannon Airport will get a new service to Stockholm next year.
Sea-Tac, the US's fastest growing large airport for the last two years, has announced that China's Xiamen Airlines will launch direct services between Seattle and Xiamen in September.
Cork Airport is calling on the support of the travelling public to help it get a potentially game-changing new non-stop services to Boston and New York.
Manchester Airport today passed a major milestone – handling 23 million passengers in a 12-month period for the first time in its 77-year history.
Philadelphia International Airport is one of the most affordable airports in the US, according to a new report.