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Johannesburg sees international traffic pass eight million in 2011; Cape Town adds non-stops to Paris and Zurich
South Africa’s airport traffic grew in 2011, but did it set a new record? How has international traffic developed following the hosting of the FIFA World Cup in 2010? Which airlines have started new scheduled services in Johannesburg and Cape Town during 2011?
Central European airport traffic up 180% in 10 years; Budapest and Warsaw still trying to catch Prague
Central Europe’s three big airports at Budapest, Prague and Warsaw have all been in the news this year, but how do their growth rates compare if we look at the period 1998-2011? How have other capital city airports in Central Europe developed in recent years? Which airport has seen an eight-fold increase in traffic thanks to which airline?
January 2012 goes down in history as the busiest beginning to a year since anna.aero started monitoring aircraft deliveries in 2008. But which aircraft manufacturer leads and by how many units? Which European budget airlines have grown their fleets? Which airline treated itself to an all-business A330? And which aircraft became a legend?
America’s top 20 airports grew by 2.5% in 2011; Miami fastest-growing as Houston Bush drops from 7th to 10th
Our look at America’s 20 busiest airports in 2011 reveals which grew fastest (Miami) and which saw a drop in passenger numbers (Chicago O’Hare and Houston Bush). Which two airports swopped places among the top 20 despite both reporting growth?
Brazil’s airports reported double-digit growth for a third straight year, but are there signs that growth is slowing? How big is Azul’s share of the domestic market now and how many airports handled over three million passengers last year? And which foreign organisations have been selected to help build new airport terminals?
Europe’s flag carriers had a fairly decent 2011 in terms of passenger growth. But which geographic markets performed best and worst? Which airlines grew fastest in terms of passengers and ASKs? And which carriers improved their load factors the most? Which four carriers managed to achieve greater than 80% load factors for the whole year?
Turkey’s airports report traffic growth of 14.2% in 2011; Turkish Airlines’ passengers up 12%, Pegasus up 32%
Turkey’s air transport market is going from strength to strength. Airport traffic is booming and its two major airlines are both reporting double-digit growth. But which two airports have swopped places in the top 12 rankings? And which airlines have already announced what new routes to and from Turkey this summer?
A year of hallmarks for Boeing, but Airbus still wins the delivery race; both celebrate ’7000′ milestones
Airbus has out-delivered Boeing every year since 2003 and the trend continued in 2011. But what’s the new monthly best for A380 production? Which airline received the 7000th 737 ever built? And why could Airbus have taken most of December off?
All the leading US carriers have now reported traffic data for December. Which airlines are still growing? How do the GUS4 carriers compare by geographic region? Which airlines saw the biggest change in its December load factor and how many airlines had fuller aircraft in December than in November?
Data for November shows few major changes at US airlines. US Airways was the only GUS4 airline to grow its RPMs versus a year ago, but how quickly are the likes of Alaska Airlines and Hawaiian Airlines growing? How do load factors compare with a year ago? And how do they compare with a month ago?
UK international traffic up 5% in 2011; Spain up by over two million passengers, Estonian market grows by 150%
UK airports have had a difficult year but international traffic is up 5%. Which markets have seen the biggest volume increase (and decrease) and which major markets have seen the highest growth in 2011? And who is responsible for the UK – Estonian market more than doubling this year?
Ahead of next week’s anna.aero report from an on-site visit to the Boeing factory hosted by airberlin, we take a look at the October deliveries for the American aircraft manufacturer and its European competitor Airbus. While Airbus – again – has delivered more aircraft altogether, Boing delivered a record number of widebody aircraft.