Operations

Europe-Asia long-haul capacity up 3% this summer as 16 airlines start major new services

Europe-Asia long-haul capacity up 3% this summer as 16 airlines start major new services

Analysis of Innovata / Diio Mi schedule data reveals that in the last 12 months a total of 16 airlines have started 25 major new long-haul services between an airport in Europe and an airport in Asia*. In total, year-on-year seat capacity (in October) between these two regions is up +3%, at a time when the economies of Europe are, on the whole, growing significantly less quickly than those in Asia. Despite this, 11 of the 16 airlines involved in starting new services are based in Europe.

Enhancing operations in real-time

Using dedicated tools to track operational performance and effectively manage resources is now a vital element of ensuring that airports satisfy the highest levels of safety and efficiency. Ryan Ghee reports.

Airports in the News

Our ‘Airports in the News’ map provides a snapshot of the latest news from around Europe. Ensure that ACI EUROPE is up to speed with the latest news at your airport by contacting us via communique@aci-europe.org or via our Twitter feed @ACI_EUROPE.

Arnaud Feist elected ACI EUROPE President

At the 23rd ACI EUROPE Annual Assembly, held in Istanbul in June, Arnaud Feist, CEO of Brussels Airport Company, was elected to lead ACI EUROPE as President. He succeeds Declan Collier, CEO of London City Airport, who stepped down from the role after two terms as President of ACI EUROPE.

Airside innovation beyond imagination

Amy Hanna spoke to airside safety’s most pioneering providers about the innovative technologies that are enhancing safety at airfields around the world – and the importance of implementing optimal safety solutions.