Articles Tagged ‘CAN’
Air Madagascar links Antananarivo to Guangzhou with weekly flight – operates via St Denis de la Reunion.
Jetstar Pacific Airlines links Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City to Guangzhou.
Hainan Airlines starts first route to New Zealand linking Shenzhen and Auckland.
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.
Oman Air starts four times weekly flights to currently its only destination in China – Guangzhou.
China Southern Airlines launches three times weekly flights to both destinations.
Capacity between China and Canada up 44% in 12 months; market welcomes six new airport pairs; Beijing Capital Airlines newest carrier
Seat capacity between China and Canada has boomed during the past year, and that is evident with the market growing 44% in 12 months. A total of six new non-stop routes have been added to the country pair in the last year, while six of the seven existing connections between the two nations have seen double-digit […]
Although it is not the capital city, Siem Reap is the busiest airport in Cambodia – for the time being at least – serving as the gateway to the Angkor ruins – the country’s major tourism hot-spot. We take a look at the airport’s biggest airlines (and how they are growing) and its most important […]
Delta Air Lines is largest of SkyTeam’s 20 members with 25% of seats; Guangzhou joins Atlanta and Paris CDG in top three hubs
SkyTeam has 20 airline members which cover a network of over 1,000 airports in 177 countries across 3,700+ routes. We take a closer look at the size of all the carriers, the alliance’s top airports, as well as its top 12 routes in relation to ASKs and seats.
Singapore, Schiphol and JFK top the international hubs in Asia, Europe and North America; Miami shows biggest improvement
New York JFK is the fifth busiest airport in North America, but when it comes to international capacity amongst the region’s top 10, it has the highest share of weekly seats. Find out where the world’s biggest airports rank when international and domestic capacity is evaluated at each.
Nanjing Airport set to pass 20 million mark in 2016; only long-haul routes are Frankfurt, Los Angeles and Sydney; China Eastern #1 carrier
China’s 12th busiest airport grew by almost 18% in 2015 and has reported traffic growth of 17% in the first half of 2016. We reveal the airport’s historic growth, the leading airlines and just how much competition there is on the airport’s busiest domestic routes.