The Brazilian airline company successfully pioneered the low-cost and low-fare model in Brazil, popularizing air transport
In May 2010, Air Berlin, Germany’s second-largest airline company, welcomed 2,905,322 passengers on board, i.e. an increase of 1.8 percent (May 2009: 2,853,716 passengers, including those traveling on the acquired TUIfly routes).
Latvian airline airBaltic carried overall 296,754 passengers in July 2009 (from Riga and Vilnius), representing 5% more than in the same month in 2008, when airBaltic transported 283,555 passengers. In July of this year, the number of passengers at the base of airBaltic in Riga has increased by 31% compared to the same period last […]
In the past year travellers in Iberia’s exclusive intercontinental Business Plus savoured more than 230,000 bottles from Spain’s most favoured wine-growing regions, 172,000 reds and 60,000 whites.
Aegean Airlines reports a significant rise in passenger traffic for 2008. More specifically, passenger traffic rose by 14% to 6 million passengers carried on 57,635 flights. At the same time, passengers per flight rose to 104 from 96 in 2007 period.
Milestone Reached on Sunday as passengers returned from year-end holidays; 85% occupancy on domestic and international flights
In 2008, Air Berlin welcomed a total of 28,559,220 passengers on board, i.e. one percent more than in the previous year (2007: 28,272,967).
Significantly improved capacity utilization
The world’s longest-range commercial jetliner, the Boeing [NYSE: BA] 777-200LR Worldliner (Longer Range), marks its first year in revenue service this month.
bmi, Heathrow’s second biggest airline, continues to put in place contingencies to enable the airline to carry any passengers that are caught up in the industrial action and disruption to BA services next week.
Over the January – November end period, Czech Airlines (ČSA) carried 5.1 million passengers.
Cathay Pacific is to help passengers recreate their in-flight meals at home with the launch of the airline’s first cookery book.