Articles Tagged ‘DPS’
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.
Xiamen Airlines now links Xiamen and Denpasar with thrice-weekly flights.
Garuda Indonesia now serves Shanghai from Bali with thrice-weekly flights.
Townsville Airport goes international in 2015 with flights to Bali; flat year predicted by anna.aero’s data elves
Earlier this year Townsville Airport, Australia’s 11th largest, celebrated attracting its first international service to Denpasar in Indonesia – how long before it adds the word ‘international’ to its name? Find out who is the airport’s biggest carrier and whether service to state capital Brisbane is its biggest route.
With no more than five weeks of FTWAs left in this year’s competition, the world’s airports are throwing everything into breaking into the Arch of Triumph top 10. Find out whether any of this week’s five entries – none from Europe ‒ have done enough to make it.
Garuda Indonesia now connects Denpasar and Guangzhou with thrice-weekly flights.
Is that a new Slovakian boy band? Or just four jubilant Košice Airport firefighters with their second Arch of Triumph certificate this year? Six global airports slug it out to win big this week in this special edition feature.
Indonesia AirAsia Extra connects Denpasar in Bali with Sydney in Australia.
Jetstar Airways helps Townsville make history, launching the airport’s first ever international service to Denpasar in Bali.
Emirates launches daily services from Dubai to Denpasar, making it destination #146 for the MEB3 carrier.
Jetstar Airways now flies from Cairns to Denpasar, from Gold Coast to Perth, as well as from Melbourne to Wellington using its A320s.
Indonesia AirAsia Extra connects Bali and Melbourne, competing with three other airlines.