Articles Tagged ‘CGK’
Bahrain Airport-Jakarta is “Skyscanner Unserved Route of the Week” with 90,000 searches; anna.aero recommends Gulf Air
Skyscanner’s Travel Insight software has uncovered that in the last year 90,000 potential passengers searched for flights between Bahrain and Jakarta ‒ but the route is unserved! While Gulf Air already serves Bangkok and Manila in Southeast Asia, Indonesia remains a network white spot.
Thai Lion Air resumes Bangkok to Jakarta service. Competes with Indonesia AirAsia.
Garuda Indonesia reporting modest international growth; only 11 country markets currently served outside of Indonesia
Garuda Indonesia has seen rapid growth domestically and from its in-house LCC Citilink. We reveal how quickly the airlines have grown since 2010, the airline’s busiest airports and which are its biggest international markets.
Vote for the best Cake of the Week – choose the best from the 41 baked beauties from the start of S16
Boy oh boy! Have we got a baked bonanza for you. Due to our Easter vacation, we have the first two weeks of S16 rolled into one giant Cake of the Week public vote competition. It’s your airport’s chance for gastronomic route development glory…so mobilise your fans and followers to get voting now!!
Garuda Indonesia now links Jakarta with London Heathrow five times weekly.
Xiamen Airlines connects Hangzhou with Jakarta and Xiamen with Cebu.
Royal Jordanian starts link to Turkish capital of Ankara, as well as relaunching services to Indonesia’s capital city.
anna.aero meets with Garuda Indonesia’s GM for the UK & Ireland, Jubi Prasetyo, at World Travel Market to discuss the carrier’s Gatwick service
During this year’s World Travel Market exhibition at London’s ExCeL Centre, anna.aero’s Jonathan Ford caught up with Garuda Indonesia’s Jubi Prasetyo, to discuss the success of the carrier’s London Gatwick service which has now been operating for 13 months, and how he hopes that the route will become non-stop in 2016.
Batik Air joins ultra-competitive market in linking Jakarta with Singapore.
Asia’s Top 15 airlines drop almost 300 routes in last 12 months but start over 550; AirAsia only one not to drop any routes
We examine Asia’s top 15 airlines and airports to see which have seen the most services dropped and launched in the last 12 months. China’s airlines are expanding rapidly (no surprise), but only one of the top 15 airlines has not dropped any routes.
Indonesia AirAsia adds links to Singapore Changi Airport and Kota Kinabalu Airport.
Oman Air adds another Asian destination this week, with Jakarta joining the network, following the addition of Manila last week.