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As we got back from World Routes in Berlin, we were faced with a long list of new routes to report on. The last week offers an entire 43 new services, ranging from a South African domestic route that now offers low-cost competition, a US transcontinental service that no longer is a US Airways monopoly, a Spanish LCC launching a French domestic route and three new routes from India to Sri Lanka.
12 new routes were launched in the last week, but which low-cost airline launched five of them as it received its first regional aircraft? Which European airline now serves the capitals of both Spain and Jordan? And which US LCC continues expanding its west coast network?
22 new routes saw the light of day in the last week. Two countries’ airports saw the most launches – the United States and the United Arab Emirates. The latter is due to flydubai’s expansion with five routes, but to which market?
It has been a busy week with 28 new routes launching across the world. China stands out for having had the most new routes – both international and domestic services, but Las Vegas in the US and Poznan in Poland are the airports that have seen the most new routes launch.
In the last five weeks, 14 new routes have launched in the Americas. Spirit Airlines’ arrival at Chicago O’Hare and Oakland did not go unnoticed, but which were the two Chinese airlines that launched new routes to the US? And which Caribbean capital attracted two new services from Latin American capital cities? See our richly illustrated summary report.
For a week with ‘only’ 16 new routes launched across the world, there have been a number of high-profile new routes this week – and a fantastic selection of pictures to go with the analysis! But which Asian carrier launched its fourth route to the US? Which Middle Eastern capital is now connected with Shanghai? And which small European capital now has routes to the capitals of two of its neighbour countries? Don’t forget to download the spreadsheet with the full overview of the routes (see button in the website’s left-hand column).
12 routes were launched by 10 airlines in the last week, with Chinese airlines standing for four of the routes. But which European airline entered a major duopoly city pair market? Which is the most recent airline to begin serving Iraq? And which US city got its fifth route with United?
More than half of the 21 new routes launched in the last week are domestic services, however, in countries as varied as the US, Tanzania and the Philippines. But which low-cost airline launches a new international route with an almost identical schedule as the incumbent competitor? And which US LCC is taking on the majors on key trunk routes?
August continues to be a slow month for launching new routes. The last week generated only eight new services, but which Latin American low-cost airline connected two capital cities? Which US state for the first time got a regular connection with Mainland China? And which European capital got a new route from Turkey?
Is this the quietest week of the year for new route launches? Just six have been tracked by anna.aero this week including domestic routes in Russia and Senegal, a new route to Havana from El Salvador, and yet another new route from Turkish Airlines.
Hawaiian Airlines’ new route from Honolulu to Osaka/Kansai and Caribbean Airlines’ Port of Spain to Orlando both won an anna.aero Route of the Week in July, although in a blow to the American continent’s baking industry, none of the 13 new air services took a Cake of the Week prize.
18 new routes launched in the last week, but which start-up low-cost airline launched its second route? Which US airline launched a route with five daily frequencies? And which US band happened to travel on the first flight of a new European route?