The next issue of The ANKER Report (#68) will be published on Monday 17 May 2021 (for downloads scroll down).
#67 (Apr 21): North American analysis added / Pegasus / Croatia / Alaska Airlines / Turin / Avelo / Flair / 91 new European routes / 100 new US routes
NERD: New European Routes Database - over 1,000 new European routes launched since 20 May 2020 (updated 3 May 2021)
EATS: European Airport Traffic Statistics for 2021 for over 400 airports (updated 3 May 2021)
#66 (Mar 21): Russia and Turkey lead the way in Q1 / global passenger trends / Ryanair in UK / S7 Airlines / MEB3 to Europe / Lodz / 31 new routes
#65 (Feb 21): Top 5 routes for Europe’s top 30 airlines / Amsterdam / UK traffic trends / Sarajevo / Europe-Nigeria / Treviso / Makhachkala / 19 new routes
#64 (Jan 21): Latest European traffic trends / Ryanair in Italy / Montenegro / Europe-South Africa / Alta / Granada / Rennes / over 60 new routes analysed
#63 (Dec 20): Global demand trends / Pobeda / Wizz Air in November / Greece domestic / Ryanair BVA base / Turkish Airlines at SAW / 39 new routes
#62 (Nov 20): Airline airport ATC data reveals struggles / Berlin / Norwegian domestic market / UK-Canary Islands / Europe-Pakistan / over 80 new routes
#61 (Oct 20): Government restrictions hamper recovery / Italian domestic market / Russia / Palma de Mallorca / BA 747 farewell / Heathrow domestic
#60 (Sep 20): European recovery stalls in September / leading domestic airlines / Norwegian at Oslo / Minsk / Flybe’s UK routes taken up / St. Petersburg
#59 (Jul 20): Over 450 new European routes launched this summer / easyJet at LGW / Wizz Air in S20 / Montpellier / Volotea / SunExpress / Europe-US
#58 (Jun 20): July capacity surge / Vueling in Barcelona / Paris Orly / Ryanair in July / Cyprus / Eurowings in DUS / Dubrovnik / Shannon / Stavanger
#57 (May 20): Learning to fly (again) or free falling / BA at Gatwick / Romania / Wizz Air at Luton / Sub 500-kilometre market / Graz / Kharkiv / Szczecin
#56 (Apr 20): C-19 wipes out 95% of April traffic / Alitalia rescued / Eurocontrol statistics / Leipzig / Norwich / Trieste / over 350 planned new routes
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.