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A total of 14 air services were launched by 12 airlines during the course of last week, including Etihad Regional landing at Pristina from Zurich, Southwest Airlines expanding its international network with new flights to Nassau and Cancun as well as SpiceJet adding a second route to Nepal, with Bagdogra-Kathmandu service.
A total of 22 air services were launched by 12 airlines during the course of last week, including HK Express adding a new service to Busan from its Hong Kong base, Southwest Airlines expanding with five new airport pairs as well as fastjet’s sixth route from Dar es Salaam, this time to Harare.
A total of 32 new routes were launched by 23 airlines during the course of last week, including two start-ups — Georgia’s Flyvista which is linking Tbilisi and Tehran and Spring Airlines Japan’s Tokyo Narita base launch — as well as VivaColombia’s first international services to Panama City/Balboa.
A total of 32 air services were launched by 19 airlines during the course of last week, including VietJetAir’s latest domestic route from Da Nang to Can Tho, Fly Africa launching its first operations from Johannesburg to Victoria Falls as well as flynas’ second route to London Gatwick, this time from Riyadh.
A total of 27 air services were launched by 17 airlines during the course of last week, including Peach Aviation adding its second sector to Fukuoka — from Okinawa, start-up La Compagnie commencing first flights from Paris CDG to New York Newark as well as GOL expanding its presence at Sao Paulo Viracopos with routes to Rio de Janeiro Santos, Santo Domingo and Miami.
A total of 28 air services were launched by 18 airlines during the course of last week, including Copa Airlines expanding its presence at Panama City with routes to Fort Lauderdale and Georgetown, Iraqi Airways linking Erbil to London Gatwick and Berlin Tegel as well as Azerbaijan Airlines entering the Swiss market with Geneva service from Baku.
A total of 124 air services were launched by 55 airlines during the course of last week, including AirAsia X making Xi’an its fifth Chinese destination, TAP Portugal expanding its presence at Lisbon with eight new routes as well as Qatar Airways linking two oneworld hubs — Doha and Dallas/Fort Worth.
A total of 91 air services were launched by 45 airlines during the course of last week, including SAS strengthening its European network with 12 new routes, Air Madagascar starting weekly flights from Marseille to Moroni and Nosy Be as well as China Eastern Airlines adding its second Canadian destination with Toronto Pearson operations.
A total of 97 air services were launched by 41 airlines during the course of last week, including Wizz Air adding 10 new links (with three of them having been commenced from its new Riga base), Qatar Airways touching down at Tokyo Haneda as well as MIAT Mongolian Airlines beginning its second route to Germany with Frankfurt services.
A total of 98 air services were launched by 47 airlines during the course of last week, including Air China linking the Chinese and the US capitals, the start-up Dobrolet adding services between Moscow Sheremetyevo and Simferopol despite the Ukrainian crisis as well as Alaska Airlines strengthening its domestic network with six new routes.
A total of 115 routes were started by 46 airlines over the last seven days, including new long-haul service from United Airlines and US Airways, Air China’s latest European route from Shanghai and the start of Flybe’s new services from London Southend.
A total of 111 routes were started by 52 airlines over the last seven days, including two new Indian routes from flydubai, which recently celebrated its fifth birthday, Delta Air Lines’ new daily Seattle-Tacoma to Seoul service, and bagpipes in Edinburgh for Qatar Airways’ launch.