Articles Tagged ‘DXB’
Transaero Airlines starts flights from Moscow Vnukovo Airport in Russia to Dubai Airport in UAE
flydubai adds two new destinations in Russia and one in Ukraine. Krasnodar, Odessa and Volgograd all served twice-weekly with 737-800s.
flydubai now serves both Kiev Borispol Airport and Kiev Zhulyany Airport from Dubai Airport.
Emirates becomes second MEB3 carrier to serve Sweden as it launches flights from Dubai Airport to Stockholm Arlanda Airport.
Mahan Air starts twice-weekly flights from Mashhad Airport to Dubai Airport using A310s.
Malaysia Airlines re-launched its service from Kuala Lumpur Airport to Dubai Airport with daily frequency
The Gulf’s MEB3 airlines continue to grow their global networks, with Qatar Airways closing the gap on Emirates in terms of destinations served non-stop. But Etihad Airways actually grew fastest, in the last 12 months, in terms of additional weekly departures from its hub. Download our free spreadsheet comparing the three carriers’ global networks.
flydubai inaugurates services from Dubai Airport to Madinah Airport in Saudi Arabia.
Passenger numbers up 2.6% on international flights from UK airports in 2013H1; Poland and UAE markets growing fast
International air travel from the UK grew faster in the first half of 2013 than in the previous year. We look at individual country markets, and reveal which have grown fastest, and which have been shrinking. Plus we analyse which routes have helped stimulate the Polish and UAE markets.
Despite being at 99% capacity and with little sign of any additional runway capacity any time soon, London Heathrow is still the world’s busiest airport if measured by ASKs. We look to see which other airports make the Top 15 in this slightly unusual way of looking at airports.
Emirates launches Tokyo Haneda Airport as its third destination in Japan from Dubai Airport.
With 26 serving airlines other than national carrier Oman Air, clearly there is more to Muscat International Airport than being just the home-based carrier’s hub. Doubling in size in five years, a new 12 million annual passenger terminal will open next year to cater for its continued rapid growth.