Europe/MEA

Airbnb delivers stimulation effect to hotel industry like low-fare airlines in aviation sector

In a twist on the way tourism boards promote their places, Sweden has this week listed the entire country on Airbnb, the online marketplace and

Blue Air expands its pan-European network strategy with Liverpool base

According to data from OAG, Romanian LCC Blue Air’s total seat numbers will grow by 64% year-on-year in the summer 2017 schedule – faster than

Europe’s legacy airline groups upbeat on unit revenue despite wider Q1 losses

Europe’s big three legacy airline groups collectively reported a wider net loss in 1Q2017 compared with the same period a year earlier. However, this deterioration

Virtual reality flying from London City in airport digitalisation breakthrough

London City Airport is to introduce the UK’s first digital air traffic control tower in a pioneering step for European aviation. As it celebrates its

Ryanair trials transfers in Rome as non-aligned network provides timely success margin

Ryanair has selected Rome’s Fiumicino Airport as the launch platform for connecting flights offering passengers one-stop connectivity across an initial network of ten routes. Passengers

Rumoured European transatlantic electronics ban could have $1 billion impact on industry

The past days have seen much speculation and increasing media coverage over a possible extension by the United States of America of the current ban

easyJet looks to larger jets as half-year losses rise

A firm commitment to add Airbus A321neo jets into its fleet from summer 2018 will see easyJet become the latest global low-cost carrier commit to

Air France’s low-cost boost will initially be based around A321 and A340 flying

Air France hopes its new low-cost business will enable it to better compete in attracting a new market of passengers in the millennial’s segment, an

After an unprecedented network cut, THY appears to be on the growth path once again

In the winter 2016/2017 schedule the Turkish Airlines (THY) Group implemented an unprecedented year-on-year cut in capacity. According to data from OAG, its total seat

Europe’s airlines opens their eyes to digital innovation as they start to see the light

Many of Europe’s leading airline groups are acknowledging the importance of establishing dedicated incubator and/or accelerator programmes to innovate in digital technology. Last month IAG

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