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Volaris sets new passenger record in July; may consider expansion at Mexico City after Mexicana’s collapse
How rapidly has Volaris grown since it launched in March 2006? What domestic market share does it now have in Mexico? Which are its busiest airports? And which US airports does it serve? How many routes does it already operate from Mexico City?
Indonesia’s Mandala goes international to Singapore, Hong Kong and Macau; fleet of eight A320s to become 38 by 2014
Mandala Airlines has a well known airline investor guiding its future path. But what is its current network and just how much competition does it face on its busiest domestic and international routes?
WestJet resumes growth as international network grows; Calgary being caught by Toronto as biggest base
Canada’s second airline is growing rapidly once more after a brief pause in 2009. How has the airline’s average sector length changed and how much international flying does it do in winter? How big a threat is Air Canada on domestic routes?
Saudi Arabia’s Sama ceases services; 70% of network was allocated to international flights to eight cities
The battle between Saudi Arabia’s two LCCs appears to have been won by Nas Air. Rival Sama ceased operations this week. How big was its fleet and which cities did it serve recently and in the past? And what did it need a Jetstream for?
Cirrus Airlines operates German niche business routes; only scheduled carrier serving Hof-Plauen and Mannheim
Cirrus Airlines provides capacity for Lufthansa but also operates a range of niche routes in its own right. Most are to German-speaking countries but it also offers regular flights between Frankfurt and Moldova. Why?
Air Arabia now serves 44 destinations in 22 countries from Sharjah, including 13 in India and Athens in Europe
Air Arabia may be creating new bases in Morocco, Egypt and Jordan but what’s happening at its home base? How many new routes has it started this year and what frequencies does it operate on each route?
Belavia now serving 32 destinations from Minsk; Stockholm and Tehran latest additions to growing network
The national airline of Belarus has launched seven new routes in just over a year. How diverse it its fleet and which routes have been dropped? What share of Minsk airport traffic does the carrier account for?
Spring Airlines becomes first private-owned airline to start international service with Shanghai-Tokyo/ Ibaraki
Recently celebrating its fifth birthday, China’s Spring Airlines has ambitious plans to grow. We take a detailed look at the carrier’s network and compare the networks at the two big Shanghai airports.
Alitalia maintains Air One brand as ‘smart carrier’ to attack easyJet at Milan Malpensa; five A320s serve 14 destinations
Anyone who thought the Air One brand would disappear after the merger with Alitalia appears to be mistaken. It is alive and well and being used to help Alitalia fight for a presence at Milan Malpensa? But will it last?
United’s 120 destinations from Denver; six newest routes all operated by SkyWest; London only European service
Unlike several other major US hubs, United’s at Denver has seen network expansion although overall capacity has been reduced. How much competition does the carrier face on its busiest routes from Frontier and Southwest?
Seville is latest Ryanair base in Spain; network will expand from current 18 destinations to 29 this winter
Seville benefits from Ryanair’s decision to move capacity out of the UK and Ireland. Two based aircraft will help the airline increase its network to 29 destinations this winter. When did Ryanair first serve Seville and how has its traffic grown there?
Italian LCC Wind Jet still heavily focussed on domestic market; just 20% of scheduled flights are international
Based in Sicily this LCC has been around for seven years yet still has just 12 Airbus aircraft in its fleet. So which are its busiest airports and routes and which unusual international destinations does it serve?