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With double-digit growth over the last year, Yangon Airport has overtaken Nay Pyi Taw, to become the second busiest airport in Myanmar. We take a closer look at the country’s primary international airport and reveal how dominant Thai Airways and the newcomer Golden Myanmar Airlines are.
Ryanair reaches Lisbon Airport; easyJet and Norwegian also add new routes in 2013 as passenger numbers grow by almost 4%
Lisbon Airport may still be dominated by TAP Portugal, but all four of Europe’s leading LCCs now serve the Portuguese capital, with Ryanair arriving for the first time last week. We examine how the airport’s traffic has grown in recent years, its seasonality profile and which airlines have already announced plans to start new services in 2014.
Renationalising airports seems to be catching on in the UK. First Cardiff and now Glasgow Prestwick have returned to public ownership in 2013. We examine Prestwick’s traffic development in the last 20 years, and reveal what Ryanair, the airport’s only scheduled airline at present, has been doing to help traffic grow 9% in 2013.
Growing congestion at Bangkok’s main airport made the city’s old airport rise from the ashes…turning it into a prosperous low-cost hub for the Thai capital.
Serving a highly attractive corner of Canada, Kelowna Airport managed to keep its traffic steady throughout the meager post-2008 years and is now back on the growth track. anna.aero new examines the impact of new regional and trans-border services that have landed in Kelowna in 2013.
Austin-Bergstrom International Airport to break 10-million mark; British Airways launching Heathrow flights in March
Austin in Texas is famous for its live music scene, and also hosts the US round of motor sports F1 championship. Passenger numbers are up 15% in the last three years, while Southwest has a 40% share of the passenger market. International services are growing as Aeromar adds flights to Mexico City this week, with BA’s non-stop flights to London launching in March.
Serving the thriving French region of Rhône-Alpes, Lyon Airport recently took the anna.aero Cake Prize for TWIN JET’s new route to Le Havre. But with the growth of HOP! and the arrival of the likes of Emirates, Lyon has more network surprises in store.
Wellington Airport predicted to have a record passenger year by anna.aero with an excellent SVID result to boot
Wellington; nicknamed Welly, Windy Welly and even Wellywood, is home to Wellington International Airport. Ranked as New Zealand’s #2 passenger airport, anna.aero investigates its SVID ranking and predicts a record passenger year by the end of 2013.
17 carriers to 29 destinations; Naha Airport grows with new flights to Sapporo; top 12 destinations remain mostly stable
Okinawa Naha Airport, with 94% of the weekly seats to domestic destinations, has lost United Airlines, yet gained Jin Air. Peach Aviation launches the latest new domestic route to Ishigaki, as it spearheads growth along with Jetstar Japan. The number of carriers and destinations has not changed, although flights and seats are growing; anna.aero finds out exactly what has changed.
Air Canada dominates Sydney Airport (Nova Scotia) with flights to Halifax Airport and Toronto Pearson Airport
Like London and Santiago, Sydney as a place name has airports with the same name located on different continents. This week anna.aero’s Chief Analyst found himself at Sydney Airport in Nova Scotia (Canada), and stopped to take a closer look, at the airport that is named after Canada’s first licensed pilot.
Eindhoven Airport gains from new Ryanair, transavia.com and Wizz Air routes; new terminal expansion and hotel help
Not many European airports have managed double-digit growth in each of the last three years, but Eindhoven in the Netherlands has. Three of Europe’s biggest LCCs account for almost all commercial flights, and we highlight which have been the latest network additions.
Mashhad Airport on course to break four million passengers in 2013; new flights to Al Najaf, Dubai and Sharjah
Mashhad in Iran has long been a centre for the production of Persian carpets and is one of the oldest centres of carpet weaving. The cultured city is served by Mashhad International Airport, which despite a traffic fall in 2011, is growing again and anna.aero predicts reaching a passenger milestone in 2013.