The next issue of The ANKER Report (#52) will be published on Monday 16 December 2019 (for downloads scroll down).
#51: Almost 250 new W19 European routes launched and analysed / Wizz Air and Ryanair driving CEE growth / IAG-Air Europa deal analysed
EATS: European Airport Traffic Statistics for 2019 - updated regularly
#50: Ryanair & easyJet in W19 / SAS in Stockholm / Rome Fiumicino / Loganair / Iceland-US / UK and Spanish trends / 16 new routes analysed
#49: European capacity up 4% this winter as Wizz Air and Turkey lead way / Tirana / Adria Airways & Ljubljana / Marseille / UK-Russia
#48: Norwegian long-haul winter cuts / Aigle Azur & XL Airways France gone / Thomas Cook & Condor / Krakow / Pegasus / (U)LCC pax growth figures
#47: UK international traffic in June / Aeroflot at SVO / Toulouse / French regional airports / almost 40 new routes analysed
#45/46: Summer holiday hotspots in Europe 2019 / airBaltic in Riga / Milan Linate / Thomas Cook Airlines / Swedish aviation tax / 70 new routes analysed
#44: Vueling at 15: over 30m annual passengers / Geneva / Croatia Airlines / Europe-Vietnam / almost 100 new European routes analysed
#43: Eurowings rapid growth analysed / SWISS in Zurich / Lisbon / Europe-Mexico / France / Italy / almost 80 new European routes analysed
#42: Aeroflot beats Turkish Airlines for network growth at hub / Ryanair in Malta / Air Serbia / flybmi’s routes / over 170 new European routes analysed
#41: Alitalia lagging Ryanair and easyJet on international capacity from Italy / Finnair / Europe-China / Cagliari / over 80 new European routes analysed
#40: Europe-US growth slows in 2019 / TUI Airways / Antalya / Luxair / Swedish Aviation Tax / Europe-Israel / 90 new European routes analysed
#39: Ryanair passes BA to be #1 UK international carrier in S19 / Aegean Airlines / A380 in Europe / 150 new European routes analysed
#38: Moscow SVO and Vienna set for double-digit growth in S19 / 350 new European routes from 43 airlines / SAS in Oslo / Volotea
Pure analysis of airline services to, from and within Europe, looking at individual routes, airports, country markets, regions and more.
Stands for Airline Network Knowledge Expertise & Research ... and it happens to be my name as well!
Produced by Ralph Anker, formerly Founding Editor and Chief Analyst of anna.aero and network planner at easyJet and Go. Over 30 years experience in aviation including more than a decade of teaching at Cranfield University and guest speaking at major aviation conferences.