Articles Tagged ‘BKK’
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.
Thai Airways ‘smiles’ its way to network growth; Singapore and China markets grow as domestic routes get trimmed
Two years, six months and one week (give or take a day or two) ago, Thai Airways launched its last service to Sapporo Chitose in Japan. Since then the Thai national carrier has used its LCC, Thai Smile Airways, to power its network growth. Our data elves delve into the airline’s network secrets.
Jeju Air now connects Daegu with Bangkok with twice-weekly flights.
Tehran Imam Khomeini Airport reports 23% capacity growth in 10 years; Germania arrives from Berlin Schönefeld and Düsseldorf
The main gateway to the largest city in Western Asia and to the capital of Iran, Tehran Imam Khomeini Airport (IKA) consolidated its annual capacity in recent years, offering around 2.9 million seats in 2014 (a new record high). With a total of 25 carriers flying to 46 destinations in 30 countries, anna.aero takes a […]
Home to an estimated population of 51 million, who like to describe their home country’s economic success as “Miracle on the Han River”, South Korea is served by 14 commercial airports. With the two airports serving Seoul commanding 63% of the total traffic, anna.aero investigates the airlines operating in this fast growing market and reveals […]
Tianjin Airlines connects Tianjin with Bangkok Suvarnabhumi in Thailand, competing with Okay Airways.
Despite being the smallest entity of the pan-Australasian Jetstar LCC behemoth, Jetstar Pacific Airlines has had a frantic February, launching four new domestic routes already this month. anna.aero gets its magnifying glass out to discover the carrier’s main nuclei of activity in the fast-growing Vietnamese market.
Xiamen Airlines links Hangzhou and Bangkok, and Xiamen and Manila.
Okay Airways also starts three new routes between China and Thailand.
Shenzhen Airlines links Fuzhou to Bangkok with thrice-weekly 737-800 flights.
Shenzhen Airlines introduces new routes to Taipei and Bangkok.
Founded on 22 January 1993 to take over the regional airline Braathens in western Norway, Norwegian has expanded considerably, becoming the third largest low-cost carrier in Europe (after Ryanair and easyJet). As the LCC is currently serving a total of 84 airports in 31 countries, anna.aero looks at Norwegian’s recent developments.