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Aeromar has 0.1% of US-Mexico traffic with three routes to Texas; 18 domestic routes account for less than 2% of market
Aeromar has been operating in Mexico for more than a quarter of a century as a niche, ‘executive’ airline. With a fleet of mostly ATRs it operates primarily on short-haul flights from Mexico City. We look at the airline’s busiest routes and its international activities.
A wholly-owned subsidiary of Lufthansa Group, Brussels Airlines continued its growth last year, as it handled close to six million passengers. As the airline is now serving over 60 destinations in 30 countries within Europe, North Africa, North America and the Middle East, anna.aero reveals Brussels Airlines’ recent developments and its top 12 routes for this September.
Despite the fact that a number of new routes have been launched by Delta Air Lines from Atlanta in the last 12 months, the total number of weekly departures operated by the carrier has remained unchanged this September. anna.aero undertakes an in-depth analysis of exactly what are the top 12 routes flown by the SkyTeam member from its biggest operational base.
Cebu Pacific Air grows long-haul routes with new Kuwait and Sydney services; already dominates Philippine domestic market
Cebu Pacific Air is extending its network reach to Australia and Kuwait. We reveal how rapidly the airline has grown in recent years and which are the airline’s biggest routes as measured by ASKs
Africa’s third largest carrier according to weekly seat capacity, Ethiopian Airlines has been growing without interruption in recent years, handling 5.2 million passengers in FY2013. As the Star Alliance member is now serving a total of 79 destinations across the globe, anna.aero reveals Ethiopian Airlines’ recent development and its top 12 routes for this September.
bmi regional expands in Scandinavia; Aberdeen and Bristol are biggest bases but 20% of passengers now on non-scheduled services
bmi regional is continuing to find new niche markets for its small regional jet fleet. This week saw the start of operations at Kalmar in Sweden. We reveal the airline’s busiest airports, monthly passengers and load factors, and what routes have been started and dropped in the last 12 months.
Luxembourg’s flag carrier, Luxair has been growing remarkably in recent years, recording over 1.5 million passengers in 2013 (a new record high). As the airline is now serving 18 countries in Europe and North Africa, anna.aero reveals Luxair’s recent network developments and its top 12 routes for this August.
Lucky Air is China’s fastest-growing airline; over five million passengers expected this year for Hainan Airlines subsidiary
Lucky Air, based at China’s seventh busiest airport (Kunming) is expecting passenger numbers to grow by almost 15% this year. We reveal the airline’s biggest airports and which new routes the airline has launched in the last 12 months.
SpiceJet is still growing but is reducing the size of its network. More flights on fewer routes may help improve yields. We reveal which seven airports have been dropped from the airline’s network and which routes have been suspended.
Poland’s eurolot expands rapidly in 2014; enters Belgium, France, Finland, Italy, Austria and Czech Republic
A wholly owned subsidiary of LOT Polish Airlines, eurolot has been growing impressively in 2014, serving a total of 23 airports this summer. With Gdansk being the carrier’s busiest airport by weekly departures, anna.aero takes a closer look at eurolot’s network and reveals which new services were added so far in 2014.
Still to join a global alliance, Hainan Airlines is China’s fifth biggest airline, in terms of weekly seats. Easy to believe, as the carrier moves closer to offering 750,000 weekly seats this August. anna.aero takes a look at all of its vital statistics.
Air New Zealand on course to break 13.5m passengers; Singapore Airlines tie-up will see Auckland-Singapore route re-instatement
Having just received the last tick in the box for its strategic partnership with fellow Star Alliance carrier Singapore Airlines, Air New Zealand will not only gain access to the mainline carrier’s network, but also its SilkAir subsidiary. Having also just received its first 787-9, the New Zealand flag carrier is seemingly on track for a bright future, so anna.aero decided to review its current network.