Articles Tagged ‘CPT’
Cape Town Airport experiences strong growth since 2014; increase in international seats outpaces domestic demand
Cape Town Airport handled 10.7 million passengers in 2017, representing a 6.1% increase compared to 2016 and a significant 24% rise since 2014. Nick Preston takes a look at the factors driving this growth and identifies the airport’s main network trends over the past 10 years, including its largest airline operators, and top domestic and […]
Kenya Airways grows traffic 71% in 10 years to 4.46 million annual passengers; load factor back above 70%; confirms New York JFK launch
Kenya Airways’ announcement of non-stop flights to New York JFK is one of the most significant route developments in its history. With the news, anna.aero has looked at how the carrier has development in recent history, with numbers showing that the carrier has been busy enhancing its passenger numbers.
South African airports showing 4.0% traffic growth for Q1, Q2 and Q3; MEB3 and Turkish Airlines traffic up 66% since 2012; Alitalia to arrive
South Africa’s leading airports are highlighting a 4.0% increase in traffic for the first nine months of 2017, however it would appear that one of its biggest long-haul markets is feeling the wrath of Gulf competition. We take a closer look behind connecting traffic trends, and how airports are performing so far in 2017.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, we have route launch news from TAV-operated Ankara Airport and ASUR-operated Huatulco Airport, as well as an award win for Sydney Airport. Strewth!
German goldrush! Cologne Bonn Airport wins Cake of the Week W17/18 Part II; Frankfurt Airport takes Arch of Triumph W17/18 Part II
With 39% and 44% of the votes over the last seven days, Cologne Bonn and Frankfurt airports have triumphed in Part II of the W17/18 public votes, beating 14 and 12 airports respectively from around the world. We also have photos of last week’s winners of the Cake of the Week and Arch of Triumph […]
London Southend Airport wins Cake of the Week W17/18 public vote Part I; pick your winner from the 13 cakes in Part II
With London Southend winning last week’s Part I for the cake it made for Flybe’s three new routes, it is now time for Part II of the W17/18 public vote. With another 13 entries this week, which will be your choice for Cake of the Week??
Eurowings links seven of its German and Austrian bases with destinations in Croatia, Morocco, South Africa, Spain and the UK.
Cologne Bonn-Belgrade is “Skyscanner Unserved Route of the Week” with over 20,000 searches; Eurowings’ 11th CEE route??
Skyscanner’s Travel Insight software has shown that in the last 12 months over 20,000 potential travellers searched on the leading flight comparison site for flights between Cologne Bonn and Belgrade ‒ but the route is unserved!? Eurowings flies to 10 destinations in Central and Eastern Europe from the German airport, but the Serbian capital is presently […]
South African Airways continues to cut capacity as future remains uncertain; SA Airlink sees double-digit growth as SA Express shrinks
South African Airways in FY2016 carried 6.92 million passengers with an average load factor of 74%. However, South Africa’s national carrier is in turmoil at the moment with regards to its future. We look to see how the carrier has adjusted its network in recent years to maintain its operation so far.
Cemair links Hoedspruit to Johannesburg and Cape Town – routes already flown by SA Express.
For one of this week’s 14 entrants to the Arch of Triumph competition it could mean basking in airport marketing glory for eternity (or at least until the next route launch). See which airport, drawn from five different world regions, has secured these exclusive bragging rights this week.
SA Airlink begins a six times weekly service between Cape Town and Victoria Falls.