Articles Tagged ‘ADL’
Regional Express adds new connections in its South Australia operation.
Australia domestic market growth still around 2%; international traffic up 7% with China (+23%) and Japan (+13%) driving passenger growth
While domestic traffic in Australia continues to grow quite slowly, international traffic is booming thanks in large part to the Chinese market. We track growth in the last 12 months in both markets and look at the busiest domestic routes and how much they are growing (or not).
Hainan Airlines heralds Asian ANNIES award win while Adelaide has its cake and eats it with Cake of the Week award
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Eastern Airways announces a new service between Belfast City and Newcastle, while Helsinki opens up the newest section of its terminal extension. More news also from Cornwall Airport Newquay, Southampton and Menorca airports.
For one of this week’s 14 entrants to the Arch of Triumph competition it could mean basking in airport marketing glory for eternity (or at least until the next route launch). See which airport, drawn from five different world regions, has secured these exclusive bragging rights this week.
Fiji Airways starts services to its fourth Australian destination.
Brisbane-Delhi is “Skyscanner Unserved Route of the Week” ‒ over 215,000 searches; Air India’s next Aussie adventure??
Skyscanner’s Travel Insight software has shown that in the last year nearly 215,000 potential travellers searched on the leading flight comparison site for flights between Brisbane and Delhi ‒ but the route is unserved!? Will Queensland’s capital be partnered-up with another city in the region to form another Air India triangular service like its initial operation to […]
Last year anna.aero launched a brand new cooperation – our Unserved Route of the Week feature – with leading flight comparison site Skyscanner. 12 months on, nine of our proposed new routes have now been adopted by airlines as diverse as Cobalt, Ryanair, Air Canada, Delta Air Lines and Fiji Airways.
After a couple of weeks break, the anna.aero team has got its suitcases and noise-cancelling headphones out again as Asia’s network planning ninjas arrive in Okinawa for the 15th Routes Asia conference. While we were there, we printed our Show Daily magazines full of all the tours, networking events and show news.
Hannover-Lisbon is “Skyscanner Unserved Route of the Week” ‒ 80,000 searches; anna.aero gets fourth adopted route success
Skyscanner’s Travel Insight software has shown that in the last year nearly 80,000 potential travellers searched on the leading flight comparison site for flights between Hannover and Lisbon ‒ but the route is unserved!? This week we celebrate our fourth new route success since this feature began a year ago, as Delta Air Lines makes an important announcement.
Katowice-Venice is “Skyscanner Unserved Route of the Week” with 23,000 annual searches; Nadi-Adelaide becomes our third success
Skyscanner’s Travel Insight software has revealed that in the last year 23,000 potential travellers searched the flight comparison site for flights between Katowice and Venice ‒ but the route is unserved!? Having achieved our third successful new route start-up just before Christmas (Nadi-Adelaide) will this potential new route get adopted by Wizz Air or easyJet?
World Routes 2019 host Adelaide heralds Route of the Week win for its first link to China; Tampa toasts its Cuban Cake of the Week success
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Delhi also celebrates with its Route of the Week award, given for Air India’s new connection to Madrid, while Flybe announces that it will start flying to London Heathrow from March. More news also from Stockholm Arlanda, Brussels, Östersund, Malaga, Brisbane and London Stansted airports.
If your airport has aspirations of winning this year’s Arch of Triumph competition, you had better get a move on, as there is just one week left of this year’s battle. Nine more airports from around the world have probably their last attempts to break onto the 2016 leader board – see how they do.