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With 14 additional services in anna.aero’s New Route Database for 2013 already, Chicago O’Hare expects to see a significant return to passenger growth this year.
Poland’s second largest city and main tourist attraction, Kraków attracted a record nine million visitors in 2012. anna.aero examines the impact of this influx on Kraków Balice, the country’s largest regional airport, in the wake of major infrastructure development.
Vietnam’s busiest airport, Ho Chi Minh City, welcomed two routes last week – one each international and domestic. While Vietnam Airlines still dominates, VietJet Air has grown to become the second force domestically. But as VietJet Air embarks upon international expansion, China – the largest country market from the airport – might soon grow even bigger.
Bristol boys Shaun Browne and Jason Westcott “work very hard to match the right airline to the right route.” Find out the secrets to their on-going success.
Indonesia’s third-busiest airport, Surabaya, handled more than 15 million passengers in 2012 of which over 90% travelled domestically. In fact, it is the country’s largest airport without a direct link to Europe.
Sweet success: New routes will drive expected 8% growth this year.
Beijing Capital Airport took three Asian ANNIES last year, and continued to grow throughout 2012, further diminishing the distance to take over on Atlanta as the world’s busiest airport. anna.aero examines the world’s second largest airport.
Oompah Oompah: Nuremberg Airport’s network will receive a bit of oomph this year with the arrival of two new links to London, one from Ryanair (daily to Stansted) and the other from CityJet (double daily to London City), launched this week.
Charging an average of 20 euros less per passenger than its neighbours Brussels Airport and Liege airports, Brussels South Charleroi is an established low-cost facility. As the airport celebrates its seventh year of double-digit growth, is there life beyond Ryanair?
Based low-cost airline Air Arabia provides 80% of Sharjah Airport’s capacity, including the recently launched Sialkot service. Flights to India command 30% of weekly capacity from the UAE’s third largest city.
Riyadh: International traffic more than doubles in a decade; new services from Shaheen Air and SpiceJet
Two new airlines – Shaheen Air and SpiceJet – were already welcomed to Riyadh Airport in 2013, adding four new routes to the airport’s offering. But with international traffic more than doubling up in size since 2002, the airport is now entering yet another decade of growth. New destinations for 2013 include Rome with Alitalia.
Winter-only flights and no domestic services (until next week) Grenoble-Isère Airport is almost a unique type of airport in France, if not Europe. It also dominated by UK airlines rather than French ones, with flights from nine UK airports and four British carriers.