Articles Tagged ‘CKG’
Stomachs in, chests out. Two European airports finest and bravest groups of firefighters – namely Athens and Aalborg (the first winning airports in either Greece or Denmark) ‒ proudly stand by their impressive kit to revel in ‘Arch of Triumph’ glory. Who will join them from this week’s eight tasty entries…
Hainan Airlines connects Chongqing and Rome Fiumicino twice-weekly.
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 […]
AirAsia X now links Kuala Lumpur and Chongqing with four weekly flights.
China’s ninth busiest airport handled over 25 million passengers in 2013 and has seen almost tenfold growth since 2000. Over 95% of flights are within China. We reveal the top 12 airlines and routes and which non-Chinese carriers serve the airport.
Still to join a global alliance, Hainan Airlines is China’s fifth biggest airline, in terms of weekly seats. Easy to believe, as the carrier moves closer to offering 750,000 weekly seats this August. anna.aero takes a look at all of its vital statistics.
Air China makes Chongqing the latest airport to serve Seoul non-stop, competing with Asiana Airlines.
Spring Airlines begins serving Osaka Kansai from Tianjin, Wuhan and Chongqing, using its A320s.
China Express Airlines add Liuzhou to its route network with the launch of two domestic routes using CRJ 900s.
Zhejiang Loong Airlines starts domestic flights from Hangzhou Airport in China with two A320s.
Sichuan Airlines introduces twice-weekly flights from Chongqing to Sydney using A330-200s, its second Australian service.
Last year’s winners of the inaugural ‘Arch of Triumph’ — Aena’s Tenerife Norte — show-off their victory certificate. The first week of the 2014 competition sees seven entries from five global regions.