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A relatively quiet week with 29 airlines launching 54 new routes, including Hawaiian Airlines adding its first service to China from Honolulu, Jetairfly expanding its presence in the French market with the launch of six new routes as well as Far Eastern Air Transport introducing two cross-strait routes from Taichung to Shijiazhuang and Taiyuan.
Week three of the summer season is a bit quieter with 29 airlines starting a total of 78 new routes. German, Spanish and French LCCs lead the way this week, Flybe grows in Birmingham, while flynas and Garuda Indonesia both have new long-haul services involving Jeddah.
Another extremely busy week, with 180 new routes having been launched by 43 carriers. While Ryanair is the #1 for most new services, accounting for a third of this week’s number, other highlights include Lufthansa commencing operations to Mexico City from Munich, Saudi Arabian Airlines adding Manchester to its network as well as United Airlines’ six new domestic links.
With the start of the summer season, 169 new routes from 67 airlines were launched across the world. For the first time germanwings is #1 for new routes in the first week of the season, but other LCCs have been busy commencing new services as well, including some great developments in Italy. In terms of new long-haul flights, highlights include Saudi Arabian Airlines’ link from Jeddah to Los Angeles, United Airlines’ resumption from San Francisco to Taipei Taoyuan as well as Japan Airlines’ Tokyo Haneda-London Heathrow route.
A relatively quiet week with six carriers launching 11 routes including AirAsia’s four new Malaysian domestic routes, ‘Ohana’s second inter-island service as well as UTair’s Moscow Vnukovo to Balaton, Hungary’s most important holiday resort.
A relatively quiet week with 16 airlines launching 17 new routes including AirAsia X’s new international link from Kuala Lumpur to Nagoya Chubu, IndiGo’s domestic service from Delhi to Dibrugarh as well as Air Lituanica making Tallinn its sixth route from Vilnius.
A relatively quiet week with 14 airlines launching 17 new routes including Aerolineas Argentinas’ new domestic service from Buenos Aires Aeroparque to Parana, easyJet making Milan Malpensa its seventh Tel Aviv connection as well as Arik Air’s new international link from Abuja to Dakar.
A busier week with 22 airlines launching 42 new routes including Cathay Pacific Airways’ new international link from Hong Kong to New York Newark, Delta Air Lines strengthening its US domestic presence with four new services as well as Ryanair launching nine routes in two days from the new Brussels base.
A relatively quiet week with 12 airlines launching 13 routes including JetBlue Airways adding its 84th destination – Port of Spain, Norwegian’s resumption from Málaga to Warsaw Chopin after four years and Vueling adding Dakar from Barcelona as part of its huge growth to Africa.
A busier week with 15 airlines launching 22 new routes including Allegiant Air’s four domestic services from Orlando Sanford and Punta Gorda, Malindo Air making Mumbai its fourth Indian destination and easyJet connecting London Luton to Venice just in time for Valentine’s Day.
A total of 20 routes were launched by 10 airlines in week #16 of the winter season. Highlights include four new routes from the start-up Malawi Airlines, Ryanair’s new venture to Rabat as well as Air North’s new domestic links to Yellowknife and Ottawa from Whitehorse.
A busier week with 23 airlines launching 26 new routes including Peach Aviation’s new domestic link from Osaka Kansai to Matsuyama, KLM’s resumption from Amsterdam to Santiago after 14 years and start-up Malawi Airlines launching its first service from Lilongwe to Harare operated via Blantyre.