In case you missed it: July's most read on Routesonline

An update on the operations of the Airbus A380 and the key routes in the sights of Eindhoven all feature in this month's most-read stories.

What were Routesonline visitors reading in July? 

In a new feature, we've collated what our users across the globe were reading last month across our features, news and Airlineroute channels.

Top five news stories:

Where does the Airbus A380 fly? Q2 2017 network update
An update on the operations of the Airbus A380 including the network size of each operator and the top destinations served

Interview: Eindhoven's Dean Boljuncic outlines hub connection ambitions
The key routes in the sights of Eindhoven - the largest airport without direct flights to a European hub

Interview: Cork's Niall MacCarthy discusses Norwegian's transatlantic routes and future network strategy
The impact of the the new Boston/Providence route, future route targets and more

Ras-al Khaimah gaining momentum after “one of the greatest turnarounds in regional aviation history”
A look at how the airport has turned its fortunes around

Spain’s long-haul summer season heats up
How low-cost long-haul is boosting Spain's capacity

Top five Airlineroute stories

Hong Kong Airlines proposes A350 Los Angeles launch in Dec 2017
British Airways W17 London Heathrow long-haul changes as of 21JUL17
United schedules additional 777-300ER routes in Sep/Oct 2017
Qatar Airways schedules new routes launch in Aug 2017
British Airways ends 2 short-haul London Heathrow service in W17

Most-read by region

Europe - Interview: Eindhoven's Dean Boljuncic outlines hub connection ambitions
Asia - Ras-al Khaimah gaining momentum after “one of the greatest turnarounds in regional aviation history”
Americas - First North American operator acquires A321LR
Africa - How South African aviation could turn the tables
Oceania - Qantas continues Japanese expansion

Nearly 500 percent traffic growth on Routesonline!

Routes is where the global aviation community comes together face-to-face through our market-leading events, and increasingly through our news on Routesonline.com.

Since June 2015 our website traffic has grown by an incredible 486 percent and we're now the world's second-largest aviation news website*.  And we're still growing with another 19.1 percent increase year-on-year in June 2017.

*source Alexa.com traffic rank of 67,205. Competitors include centreforaviation.com (217,522), anna.aero (198,617) and flightglobal.com (39,657)

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