Articles Tagged ‘ADD’
Windhoek to Johannesburg is Namibia’s number one route; Munich newest connection; Ethiopian Airlines, KLM and Qatar Airways to serve
Home to 2.1 million people, Namibia is a nation which is celebrating 26 years of independence from South Africa. During the past year seat capacity to the African nation is down 5.9%, with one carrier no longer serving. anna.aero takes a closer look into Namibia’s route map, showcases the country’s aviation developments of the last […]
Ethiopian Airlines begins thrice-weekly Addis Ababa – Lomé – New York Newark service – already serves Los Angeles and Washington Dulles.
New airline route announcements and fascinating facts and figures we came across this week (2016 – week 3)
In our newest feature we reveal what exciting route news and statistical trivia our data elves have come across during the last week while reading their e-mails (that’s short for elf-mail) and preparing this week’s stories.
Ethiopian Airlines commences a thrice-weekly link to Durban from Addis Ababa – a route it last operated in March 1998.
The firefighters at Delhi Airport now have not one but two Arch of Triumph certificates on the station walls, both won in 2015 – and happy they are about it too. Find out which one of 11 global airports has won one of the last Arch of Triumph titles of 2015.
Air China starts new links to Ethiopia, South Africa and Sri Lanka.
Ethiopian Airlines commences services to Manila from Addis Ababa while also starting services to Goma from the Ethiopian capital.
This week’s winner sees this European hub take home its second ‘Arch of Triumph’ title, having previously won last year securing fourth spot overall in the process. Find out where it is placed in this year’s competition and just how it rated against the other nine airports entering this week.
Ethiopian Airlines begins services from its Addis Ababa hub to Cape Town and Gaborone – both operated with 737-800s.
Ethiopian Airlines launches flights between Addis Ababa and Dublin continuing on to Los Angeles, using the airline’s 787-8s.
The relationship between Asia and Africa has grown considerably in recent years as both regions are becoming more actively engaged economically. As air services have become extremely significant for the development of the two regions, anna.aero takes a closer look at the trends between Asia and Africa.
Ethiopian Airlines now links Addis Ababa to Tokyo Narita via Hong Kong with thrice-weekly flights, using its 787-8s.