Discover the latest airline traffic figures. We’ve analyzed global traffic streams and present the world’s busiest airline routes in September — International, domestic, and regional.
Once again, we took a look at the busiest airlines routes. Therefore, we analyzed the busiest international and regional airline routes in August 2021!
Here’s the latest benchmark of the top Latin American airlines. Based on 2021 data, we’ve analyzed the number of flights, punctuality & cancellations of Latin America’s biggest airlines: Aeromexico, Avianca, Azul, GOL, LATAM, and Volaris.
Here’s the latest European Low-Cost Airline Benchmark. Based on data from 2021, we’ve analyzed the number of flights, punctuality & cancellations of Europe’s four major low-cost airlines in 2021: Ryanair, easyJet, Wizz Air, and Vueling.
Today’s airline operations analysis brings you the latest performance facts about Ryanair, Alitalia, easyJet, and Virgin Atlantic! Also, discover everything about the carriers’ flight volume, punctuality, and cancellations. Daily Airline Analysis – 6th August – Ryanair, Alitlia, easyJet, and Virgin Atlantic For today’s issue of the “Daily Airline Analysis,” we’ve selected four airlines that showed […]
With today’s “Daily Airline Analysis,” we’ve analyzed Air France, KLM, Wizz Air, and Vueling. Again, we looked at the airlines’ performance in the actual month, provide historical performance data and forecasts! Daily Airline Analysis – 4th August – Air France, Vueling, Wizz Air & Vueling With today’s edition of the “Daily Airline Analysis,” we present […]
Based on the latest data from 2021, we’ve analyzed the number of flights, punctuality & cancellations of four major Middle East airlines in 2021: Emirates, Etihad Airways, Qatar Airways, and Saudi Arabian Airlines.
Based on the latest data from 2021, we’ve analyzed the number of flights, punctuality & cancellations of European airlines in 2021: Air France, British Airways, Iberia, KLM, Lufthansa, and Turkish Airlines.
For most airlines, 2020 was the most devastating year with unbelievable losses. However, a few airlines managed to close the pandemic year with profits. Here are four airlines that made a profit in 2020 and how they achieved it!
As one of the world’s first airlines, China Southern exceeded pre-COVID passenger numbers on the monthly comparison. We took a closer look at China Southern’s latest traffic performance.
In the first three months of 2021, Europe’s share of the world’s airline traffic halved. At the same time, Asia’s traffic has grown to almost 50% of the global traffic.