Articles Tagged ‘DXB’
EC Air enters the UAE market with Dubai service from Brazzaville, utilising its 757-200s.
Europe won last week’s ‘Arch of Triumph’ with the UK’s first ever win, find out this week if the region can pull away from Asia in the battle at the top of the table.
Emirates starts daily flights on 10 March from Dubai to Boston using 777-200LRs.
Benefiting from an emerging economic climate, seat capacity in the Philippines has grown rapidly since we last looked at this market two years ago, offering over 41 million one-way seats in 2013. anna.aero investigates the biggest carriers operating in this dynamic market and reveals which airports are going to grow this summer.
Air Lituanica shows-off Route of Week certificate; Barcelona Airport’s Emirates A380; Cork Airport goes digital to enhance passenger experience; and Alitalia opens ticketing office in Abu Dhabi
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Air Lituanica shows-off their Route of the Week certificate and Cork Airport launches its mobile application and Google indoor maps of terminal. We also have news from Abu Dhabi Airport as Alitalia opens a new ticketing office and Emirates’ first A380 arrival at Barcelona Airport.
The network expansion of the MEB3 carriers continues in 2014. We look back over the last decade to see how their range of destinations has grown in five geographic regions. Plus a summary of which new destinations are being added this year. But when it comes to seats and ASKs, Emirates is greater than Qatar […]
flydubai makes Hofuf its 11th network point in Saudi Arabia, and the third new route to the Middle Eastern country in the last year.
Emirates makes Taipei Taoyuan its 121st direct destination from its Dubai mega hub with the launch of daily flights
Last week’s winners of the ‘Arch of Triumph’ racked up the biggest score of the competition so far. Quite rightly the fire crews at Dubai Al Maktoum are proud of one of the first awards that the fledgling airport has received.
Aircraft size is growing at Europe’s busiest airports; Heathrow passes 200-seat mark, but ranks only 27th in world
Runway capacity is an issue at many of Europe’s busiest airports. We analyse aircraft size data for the last decade and reveal which of Europe’s top 20 airports have seen the biggest growth in average aircraft size. We also reveal which two European airports beat Heathrow’s figure and which airports lead the global rankings.
Emirates joins sister airline flydubai to become airline #5 serving Kiev and Dubai, and #4 flying into Boryspil.
Emirates launches flights from its Dubai hub to Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan.