Operations

Pau – a gem in south west France

Pau-Pyrénées Airport is located at the heart of the most dynamic economic centre in the south west of France, with employment rates and GDP per capita higher than the national average. It is also a city rich in heritage sites and attractions for leisure travellers, and the airport looking on capitalise on these opportunities to secure additional direct air services.+

Airports in the news - Winter 2014

Airports in the news – Winter 2014

A snapshot of stories from around Europe

Groundbreaking new analysis on air connectivity reveals EU falling behind

Groundbreaking new analysis on air connectivity reveals EU falling behind

Over the past two decades, connectivity has become the word most synonymous with economic growth. Alongside the virtual connectivity afforded by the internet and the digital revolution, aviation is the unsurpassed enabler that connects people, places and products in the real world. All of which means that trade, tourism, foreign investment and increased connectivity are all closely related to the level of air connectivity. Elliott Bailey reports.

Kerry Airport focused on building long-term sustainable routes

Kerry Airport focused on building long-term sustainable routes

Kerry is Ireland’s most visited tourist region outside Dublin. Its main source of traffic is largely inbound dominated, with its main markets being tourism-focused, and these factors determine its route development strategy, as Carol O’Donoghue, Route Development & Marketing Manager, Kerry Airport, explained to Ross Falconer.

Award-winning Shannon celebrates double-digit growth

Award-winning Shannon celebrates double-digit growth

Shannon Airport began a new era on 1 January 2013, when it officially became an independent entity. It has not looked back, with successes including double-digit traffic growth in the first six months of 2014 and award-winning route marketing efforts.