Articles Tagged ‘BKK’
Turkmenistan Airlines’ Ashgabat-Turkmenabat is #1 route; Dubai is fastest growing destination; Bangkok-Moscow most popular connection
Turkmenistan Airlines has in the past 12 months increased its overall seat capacity by 1.6%. anna.aero takes a closer look into the airline’s developments (or lack of) during the past year, and investigates the carrier’s most popular connections via its Ashgabat hub.
Birmingham-Bangkok is Skyscanner “Unserved Route of the Week” – 420,000 searches is “biggest opportunity yet”
In our biggest unserved opportunity yet, Skyscanner’s Travel Insight software reveals that, in 2015, 420,000 potential travellers wanted to fly between Birmingham and Bangkok – but the route remains unserved. A new route would be ideal for nearby Leicester, whose Thai-owned football club has just won the English Premier League.
London Heathrow, Bangkok and Kuwait leading generators of connecting traffic at MEB3 hubs in Abu Dhabi, Doha and Dubai
We reveal the leading generators of connecting traffic at the three home bases of Emirates, Etihad Airways and Qatar Airways. Plus a look at traffic growth across these three airports since 2007, and what this all has to do with London’s next runway debate.
Myanmar National Airlines connects Yangon with Bangkok. Competes with four other carriers.
Chongqing Airlines connects Chongqing with Bangkok. Competes with Thai Airways.
At the fifth attempt, Montpellier Airport finally basks in the warm glow of its first ever Arch of Triumph win. Find out which of this week’s six entries – all from Asia or Australasia – has done the business this week and secured legend status for their airport.
THAI Smile links Bangkok and Siem Reap with 10 weekly flights.
China Eastern Airlines introduced direct flights between Wenzhou and Bangkok.
Taiwanese LCC V Air was one of seven new airlines welcomed to Japan’s eighth busiest airport – Nagoya – in the last 12 months. The Japanese airport also boosted its network by 11 new destinations – all of them Chinese. anna.aero negotiates through Nagoya’s year-on-year net gains in terms of airlines and routes.
China Eastern Airlines grows Bangkok and Rome networks.
China Southern Airlines now serves 16 airport pairs between China and Thailand.
SpiceJet now connects Chennai and Bangkok with six times weekly flights.